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Betty Summers ( 1950-2016)

Betty Ruth Summers was born April 22, 1950 to J.W. Summers and Margaret Remley in Warren, Arkansas. Raised by Robert and Callie Remley, who she spoke of often and loved beyond words. Betty attended Bradley County High School where she was a majorette under the direction of Lee Mitchell. She moved to Pasadena to live with her Aunt Littie and uncle Willie Hines. At 16, Betty met Eddie Haywood and from that relationship came the birth of her son Dennis. Betty was one of the first students to attend Blair High School where there was an infant care program in place for teen mothers. At the age of 19 she graduated high school. At 22 she graduated from Pasadena City College with an Associate’s Degree in Liberal Arts. On September 4, 1969 Betty married Clarence Alexander. It was during those years of marriage that Betty really grew and expanded her outlook on her future. Evelyn Alexander, Betty’s mother-in-law was one of the most influential people in her life. “Mom”, as Betty referred to Evelyn, encouraged her to live life without regrets. Betty passed that way of thinking down. Divorced in 1978, Betty didn’t let it get her down; she sold the station wagon and bought a Datsun 240z. She got a new hairstyle and took a trip to Jamaica with her best friend Barbara. She returned a different woman. That was the beginning of her love affair with Reggae music. Betty joined Bethel Missionary Baptist Church in 1994 and for the second time in her life she fell in love with something other than her family. She fell in...

Barbara Ann Stewart (1931 – 2016)

Barbara Ann Stewart was born July 27, 1931, in El Paso, Texas. Her parents were Modern and Elizabeth Stewart. They moved to Los Angeles, CA. when she was four. She had ten brothers and sisters. Both of her parents, and many of her brothers and sisters have since passed away.  Joyce Feeney was the most recent sister she has lost. She married Richard Frias and had two children, boys, named Richard Frias and Ronald Frias. She later divorced and married Harold Sheets. Harold passed a few years ago. Barbara was raised in Los Angeles.  Not our Los Angeles, but the small town of Los Angeles of the 30s and 40s.  Where kids roamed free, taking the street car to places like Olvera St, Griffith Park and the beach.  She would roll down her street out across Olympic Blvd and never a car in sight.  When she wanted to go swimming, she would just hop the fence at the Ambassador Hotel and was never chased away.  From the very beginning she was a person of strong convictions; never took anything she didn’t have to and always did what was necessary, she was a fighter.  Let’s just say early on she had a disagreement with her teacher, left the classroom, walked down the street and enrolled herself in 3rd grade public school.  That was her, her entire life. Her hobby was shopping.  Every month, with 2 kids in tow, she would take the train from Fullerton to Los Angeles for the “month end” sales at all the downtown department stores. Many times, shopping was shared with her sister Joy. Later in...

Arrie M. Moore (1935 – 2016)

Arrie Moore was born on August 6, 1935 in Fitzpatrick, Alabama to the late Nathaniel Huffman and the late Alberta Henderson.  She was raised by her grandparents in a loving, Christian home and accepted the Lord into her heart at an early age. Her relationship with the Lord grew sweeter as time went on, and she looked forward to the day when she could see his great glory.   Arrie was actively involved in many Christian ministries over the course of her long, blessed life. She actively served in the Grace Community Church’s prayer room ministry and Sojourner ministry. She was also a discussion leader for Bible Study Fellowship for many years and discipled other women in their growing relationships with the Lord. Arrie was also a powerful prayer warrior and caregiver to her church’s sick and shut in population and inconspicuously visited and cared for others who needed someone to care for them.  She was also a member of the Scott United Methodist Church Evangelism committee and had a bleeding heart for perishing souls. Arrie taught her family and all of those around her to pray expectantly with faith as small as a mustard seed. She leaves a lasting legacy of family prayer, faith, and never-ending trust in God’s word. Arrie graduated from Elizabeth Merritt High School in Midway, Alabama in 1953.  In 1958 she attended Tuskegee Institute School of Nursing and obtained her B.S in nursing in 1958.  She soon became a registered nurse and was offered employment at the Veteran’s Administration Center in Los Angeles in 1958.  She became head of psychiatric nursing at the Los...

Christina Mae (Goldenberg) Wood (1923 – 2016)

Christina Mae (Goldenberg) Wood (1923 – 2016) Christina Mae (Goldenberg) Wood died peacefully on October 13, 2016 at age 93.  Tina is survived by her loving children Laurie (Carl) Rogers of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and Jim Wood of Arcadia, California; grandchildren Brian Rogers of Long Island City, New York, Nathan Rogers of Fairbanks, Alaska, and Jessica Rogers of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; great-grandchildren Forrest and Destin Rogers of Fairbanks, Alaska, and Natalya Rutherford of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; sisters June Scott of Spokane, Washington, and Georgie DZiadul, of Laguna Niguel, California; and many other family members and friends. Tina was preceded in death by her beloved husband of 38 years, James L. Wood, who died in 1986; and her first husband Harvey Davis, who died while serving our country in 1944. Tina said “the highlight of my life, other than raising my children, was being secretary to Ahmed Zewail at Cal Tech” who later received the Nobel Prize in Chemistry. Tina also enjoyed gardening, was a world traveler and a life-long volunteer for many organizations including the PTA, Girl Scouts, Santa Anita Church, and the Arcadia Police Department. A Memorial Service celebrating Christina’s life will be held on Saturday November 5, 2016 at 2:00 PM at the Santa Anita Church, 226 W. Colorado Blvd., Arcadia, California, 91007. –– For more information or to amend this tribute, email info@mtn-view.com or call (626) 794-7133.   Links for researching genealogy and family history: familysearch.org – Discover your place in history with Family Tree, an easy way to preserve your genealogy online. See what others have contributed, and share your family story. usgenweb.org – Free genealogy and family history online...

Linda Kay Bernal Granillo (1953 – 2016)

Linda Kay Bernal Granillo, 62, of Fontana, California passed away on Sunday, October 2, 2016 surrounded by her family. She is preceded in death by her father Ben Bernal and sister Olivia Nayola. She is survived by her husband of 42 years, Gilbert, son, Daniel, daughters, Celeste and Sarah, sister Sherry Guzman, mother Celia Bernal and many other family members and friends. Linda was an employee for Kaiser Permanente for the  last 29 years. She and her family are members of Living Waters Church in which they joined in 1987. She became a licensed minister in the ministry and was ordained as a Reverend in 2015 by World Harvest Fellowship Ministries, Inc. In her role with the Church, Linda was able to touch the lives of so many people through her work with the Church as well with her own God appointed ministry and is well respected and loved by all. The Spirit of the Lord God is upon Me, because the Lord has anointed Me to preach good tidings to the poor; He has sent Me to heal the brokenhearted, to proclaim liberty to the captives, and the opening of the prison to those who are bound; (Isaiah 61:1-NKJV) Services will be held on October 18, 2016 at Living Waters Church, 835 Hastings Ranch Drive, Pasadena, CA 91104 at 10:00 am and then the Committal/Burial will take place at Riverside National Cemetery, 22495 Van Buren Blvd, Riverside, CA 92518 promptly at 1:45...

JANE ASKEW LEE (1936 – 2016)

JANE ASKEW LEE May 22, 1936-September 12, 2016 Jane was the fourth child and only girl born to Beulah and Cecil Askew in Pasadena, California. Along with her three older brothers, she attended Longfellow, Marshall, and PCC. In 1955 she married Robert E. Lee Jr. After Bob returned from service in Germany, they continued living in Pasadena and had three children. Jane took an active role in her children’s education, and in addition to being a part time student, served on school committees and assisted in their classrooms. In 1969 Jane completed a business degree at Cal State, LA, and was employed as a commercial banker with Bank of America. After Bob’s death in 1982, Jane continued to have a successful career in banking, and in 1988 she left Pasadena and moved to Laguna Beach. Jane will always be remembered for her positive attitude and warm personality. She liked to travel and had a profound interest in learning the culture and customs of new places. No one was a stranger, and she met new friends wherever she went. Jane was an avid sports fan and she loved tennis, first as a player, and later as a spectator. She attended the US Open and Wimbledon, and for many years volunteered as an usher at the Dinah Shore Classic in La Quinta. She also enjoyed watching the Dodgers, the Angels, the Lakers, and any sport being played by one of her seven grandchildren. Jane’s parents, husband, and three brothers; Jim, Raymond, and Eddie, all preceded her in death. She is survived by her children, Debbie Betts, Larry Lee,  and Deanne Lee, and her grandchildren,...

Frank Ott (1929 – 2016)

Frank Michael Ott  of Pasadena, CA, died suddenly on August 11, 2016, at age 87.  He was born July 29, 1929, in Glendale and lived his entire life in the San Gabriel Valley.  A veteran of the Korean War, he benefitted from the GI Bill and attended UCLA, graduating with his Bachelor of Science, in Physics.  His 42-year career was spent at JPL working on reliable spacecraft communications, from the Mariner through the Cassini projects, and including the famously long-lived Voyager spacecraft. Are his fingerprints now traveling beyond the solar system?  Frank was a loving and brilliant man. He has spent many, many hours working on an earthquake hypothesis, that he hoped one day would truly predict earthquakes and ultimately save lives.  Pre-deceased by his wife of 39 years, Carolyn, and his son Robert, Frank is survived by his eldest son, Michael (Cindy), daughter-in-law, Cindi, daughter, Lynda (David Albright), grandchildren, Tyler and Hailey Ott, and Rachel, Jillian and Sheridan...

Megan Sterling (1981 – 2016)

Megan Corinne Sterling was born September 5th, 1981 in Arcadia, California.  She attended St. Rita’s school (Sierra Madre), followed by LaSalle High School (Pasadena) before heading to the University of California, Davis where she graduated in 2004 with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Managerial Economics with minors in Communications and International Relations.  She worked for several different companies after graduation, including Franklin Templeton Investments, the Sacramento River Cats and the Anaheim Ducks Hockey Club.  Megan was most passionate about her hobbies including yoga, spinning and running, participating in multiple races across the state.     “No worries” Meg, as her friends knew her, will be most remembered for her upbeat and positive attitude, her vibrant and infectious smile and her ability to lend a listening ear.  Megan passed away on August 5, 2016 and is survived by her mother, Cathie Sterling Kay, her uncle, Joseph Petticoffer, her brother, Chris Sterling (Carina) and her nephew, Gage Sterling.  Megan was preceded in death by her father, Douglas Sterling.  A memorial service for Megan is planned for Friday, September 9, 2016 at 11am in the Sunrise Chapel of Mountain View Mortuary.  In lieu of flowers please send donations to the Pasadena Humane...

Barbara Chapman (1926 – 2016)

Barbara Chapman (1926 – 2016) Barbara J. Chapman of Camarillo passed away at home on July 27, 2016 at the age of 89.  Barbara Chapman was born September 17, 1926 to Clarence and Marguerite James in Los Angeles, CA. She grew up in Pasadena, and attended Washington Junior High and Pasadena Junior College (now known as Pasadena City College). She graduated from Wilberforce University in Ohio in 1947 with a Bachelor of Science degree. In 1950 she married Kenneth Chapman, and to that union was born a daughter, Cheryl Denise.  Their marriage lasted only three years.  With the support of her family, Barbara began her career with Los Angeles County/USC Medical Center.  She worked there for over 40 years in the Radiology Department, and became the assistant to the department head.  Since LAC/USC was a teaching hospital, she oversaw the training schedule for the many aspiring radiologists as they began their internships.  Barbara maintained close friendships with “her doctors” for many years to come. She was a member of Iota Phi Lambda business sorority, Gamma Xi chapter, and had a close relationship with her sorority sisters.  Additionally, with the assistance of her brother Buddy James, she established the James Family Scholarship which the sorority awarded annually to a deserving young female high school graduate. Barbara’s passion was travel.  In that pursuit, she was always planning a trip to some faraway land, and particularly loved barging through England and France.  From Alaska to Morocco to the Panama Canal to Spain, Barbara’s globetrotting kept her busy! No matter where she traveled, she brought back a suitcase full of mementos as gifts for friends and family. After retirement Barbara relocated to Camarillo to live near her daughter, first living...

Charles Stephen O’Neill (1944-2016)

Charles Stephen O’Neill (“Steve”) passed away on July 27, 2016 in Los Angeles, California at the age of 72.  His passing was sudden and unexpected.  He lived life to the fullest until the very end.  He had an insatiable desire to learn and loved meeting new people.  He was kind, charismatic, fun loving, witty and had an amazing ability to connect with people from all walks of life.  He had a larger-than-life presence and will be greatly missed by family and friends. Steve was born in Indianapolis, Indiana and lived in Valparaiso, Indiana for most of his life.  He was a talented basketball player and played for Valparaiso High School and Purdue University.  After graduating from Purdue, he enlisted in the United States Army.  He was stationed in Heidelberg, Germany, where he met the love of his life, Elke Wanschura, his wife of 43 years.  After spending several years together in Germany, Steve and Elke moved to Valparaiso and married in 1973.  Steve joined his father, Dr. Martin J. O’Neill, in operating the Holiday Inn and Bridge-VU Theatre.  While Steve and Elke raised their children, they owned and operated several other businesses.  In addition, Steve also managed the O’Neill family farm for over 20 years.  Steve had many hobbies and interests, including fishing, falconry, beekeeping and raising game birds.  However, the thing he most enjoyed was spending time with his family and friends.  In 2012, Steve and Elke moved to Los Angeles, where they spent many happy hours hiking in the mountains and exploring California together. Steve is survived by his beloved wife Elke O’Neill; his five children Charles...

Elizabeth Sedat (1914-2016)

Elizabeth Susan Rusling Sedat (Betty) was born in San Diego, California on October 3, 1914, and passed away on July 15, 2016, completing a lifespan of 101 years, 9 months, and 12 days. Originally she was named Gladys Betty Moir being the daughter of Doris Collins and Henry Moir, but was later adopted by Cora Snider and William Rusling.  Betty attended Los Angeles schools through high school, and later graduated from Scripps College in Claremont, California in 1936 with honors. During Betty’s formative years the Rusling family were members of the Church of the Nazarene, and had a close association with the family of Phineas P. Bresee, one of the founders of that denomination. Indeed, she was a charter member of the Santa Monica, California Church of the Nazarene. Cora Rusling had been a missionary to Japan, and instilled in Betty a deep spiritual desire to serve on the mission field, especially teaching young people her passion—music.  Accordingly, in 1936 Betty went to Guatemala to teach music in a Nazarene school, the country where she met William Sedat, originally from Eastern Europe, who had recently arrived in Guatemala to start linguistic translation work among the Kekchi Maya. After a lengthy courtship, mostly by correspondence, Betty and William were married in Guatemala City on August 17, 1940. During the following years Betty not only typed the innumerable drafts of the Kekchi Maya New Testament that William was working on (dedicated in 1961), but also attended to the ever increasing demands of an expanding family, with first a set of twins (Jean and John) and later Nancy and then David. With...

Vonceseal Brent (1935 -2016)

          Vonceseal Brent  Sunrise                        SunsetFebruary 24, 1935       July 5, 2016 Viewing Services Friday, July 15th, 2016 5:00pm – 8:00pmMountain View Mortuary  2400 N Fair Oaks AveAltadena, CA 91001 Funeral ServiceSaturday July 16, 2016 12:00pmNew Hope Missionary Baptist Church Concluding at Mountain View CemeteryAltadena, CA ...
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