Monday, August 8, 2022

Richard Anthony Bernal


Friday, August 5, 2022

Jesse Chavez Jr.


Wednesday, August 3, 2022

Mark McKenzie Bonnell


Mark McKenzie Bonnell of Hemet, CA, age 63, a brilliant

fabricator and welder with an astonishing talent for mechanical

problem solving, died at his home in Hemet, CA, on June 4,

2022. Born to parents Hugh McKenzie Bonnell and Ellouise

Bonnell on January 6, 1959 in Riverside, CA, Mark grew up in

Southern California where he continued to live for most of his

adult life. He attended high school in Moreno Valley, CA, and

early on exhibited aptitude in a host of areas including music,

athletics, and technical problem solving. He also had a great

fondness for animals and loved his dogs "Schlock" and

"Dweezil" and his pet rat "the Weeper," names he chose himself

in his unique style. He is survived by his daughters Kristin

Krell, Sharon Klink, son Brian Krell, five grandchildren Luke,

Macen, Bonny, Ivan, and Iris, siblings Criss McKenzie Bonnell,

Munro McKenzie Bonnell, and Cherina McKenzie Guzman. He

will be missed by those he loved and those who loved him.

James Davidson Jr.


James Davidson Jr, age 64, resident of Hemet, CA, passed away at home on July 10, 2022. He was surrounded by his Life Partner Helen Treco and a few very close friends.  He was preceded in death by his parents, Adrienne and James Davidson. He resided in Riverside County since 1990.  He has left behind his children, James, Jazzmine, Grace and Sarah, along with Amanda and MMMM from a previous marriage, and sisters Janet and Julie.  

James was employed by The Gosch Auto Group in Temecula, where he was a Sales Manager for the past 21 years.  In his younger years, he was a Life Guard in Huntington Beach and a World traveled Fashion Model.  
James was a avid golfer and swimmer, he belonged to the Redhawk Men's club and golfed on Tuesdays.
A Celebration Of Life is being planned at Redhawk Golf Club in Temecula, where all friends can share in celebrating his Life.  James will have a private Sea Burial next month.
He surely will be missed, we had an outpouring of loving family and friends in the weeks prior to his passing which was so comforting and heartwarming.

Charles B. Wilson


 With a heavy heart we announce the passing of our beloved Husband, Father, Father in-law, Grandfather, Brother, Uncle and Friend:

Charles B. "Chuck" Wilson of Hemet, California.
 Chuck was age 89, he passed away Sunday night July 3rd at Manor Care in Hemet. He was born the 31st of May 1933 in Hartford Connecticut, the son of the late George and Beatrice Wilson of Glastonbury Connecticut. Chuck and Norma married and moved to Lake Chaffee in Ashford Connecticut where they started a family and where he was a Volunteer for the Fire Department. In 1976 the family moved to California, eventually retiring in the city of Hemet. Chuck spent most of his adult life as a printer, having worked at Quality Nameplate in Glastonbury and Star Nameplate in Vernon, Ca. Chuck was a Proud Veteran of the Korean War, having served in the United States Army. He was an avid hunter, fisherman, gardener, and loved to travel. He enjoyed playing poker at the clubhouse, and morning coffee with the Mountain view crew. Chuck leaves behind his loving wife Norma of 66 years, three beautiful children, Raymond and his wife Cindy Wilson of Owensville Missouri, Larry and his wife Denise Wilson of Tooele Utah, Wendy and her husband James Severson, four grandchildren, Amanda Villa of Las Vegas Nevada, Matthew Wilson stationed in Hawaii, Charles Wilson and Christopher Wilson both of Tooele Utah, plus four great grandchildren. Chuck also leaves a brother Edward and wife Ellen of Glastonbury Connecticut, and many nieces and nephews throughout the country. Chuck was predeceased by four brothers and a sister: George, James, Patrick, William and Patricia, all from Connecticut. He was also predeceased by his loving grandson Dustin Wilson.
Funeral services will be private at The Riverside National Cemetery.

Monday, August 1, 2022

Cassie Lynn Crha


 Cassie Lynn Crha, born 4/30/1984, passed away 7/21/2022. Lifelong Riverside

resident, her pride and joy was her daughter Abbylynn Allert. Cassie loved animals

and became a dog and cat groomer; she then became owner-operator of Cassie

Lynn’s Paw Spa Mobile dog and cat grooming, fulfilling her dream. Cassie is

survived by her loving parents Russell & April Crha; Daughter Abbylynn Allert;

sister Rachael Fallon; Fiance Ian Shaw.

Memorial service will be held at The Grove Community Church on August 8, at

10AM. Lunch reception immediately to follow. RSVP to April Crha –

Arrangements are entrusted to the care of Inland Memorial Inc. Online

condolences may be made at

Pearl Elizabeth Rebecca Ann Jepsen


Pearl Elizabeth Rebecca Ann (Doland) Jepsen, passed away peacefully in her sleep on Wednesday July 6, 2022 at the age of 88 years old.  Pearl was born on Sept. 24, 1933, in Huron, South Dakota to William George Doland and Helena Theresa Doland (Peterson). 

Pearl is survived by her sister Nancy Neuharth and her brother William Doland Jr. along with three of her four children, Debra Barnett, Patricia Jogminas and Gregory Jepsen, and her grandchildren Renee Clark, Jason Barnett, Frank James Jogminas, William Patrick Jogminas, Raymond Alvidrez and Ian Gregory Jepsen.  She is also survived by several great grandchildren.

Pearl enjoyed making ceramics during the 1970s and won fourth place for her deer set.  During the 1980 and 1990s she enjoyed collecting porcelain dolls and butterflies.  Butterflies always held a special place in her heart as her favorite grandmother always said she would return as a butterfly after her death.  To this day, butterflies seem to be attracted to her family.

Thursday, July 21, 2022

Roger Perez Sr

 June 8, 1964 to July 4, 2022    

Dan Goodloe Jr

February 28, 1956 to April 30, 2022  


Dan Herbert Goodloe Jr., 66 of Hemet, CA unexpectdly passed away to be with the Lord on April 30th, 2022 at his home.

Dan was born in Corona, CA on Feb 28th, 1956. He grew up in Riverside County and eventually moved to Sonoma County to be closer to his daughters. Dan built fences for many years in Riverside and Sonoma County. After he recovered from an injury he ended up landing his career with StateFarm in Rohnert Park, CA. Due to StateFarms migration he moved with the company to Bakersfield, CA where he eventually retired. Dan enjoyed spending time with his children, grandchildren, family and friends. He enjoyed reading his bible, bowling, kayaking, playing darts and fooseball. 

Dan is survived by his three children Jason (Kelsey) Woodell, Danielle Greene and Lindsay (Thomas) Ostrand. His seven grandchildren Coral, Leilani, Isabella, DaniLynn, Josie, Benjamin and Jeremiah. His sister Christeen and two brothers Richard and Robert and several nieces, nephews and cousins. 

Dan was preceeded in death by his parents Linda Greene and Dan Goodloe Sr. and his grandparents Richard and Christeen.

Isaiah 41:10
So do not fear, for I am with you; do not be dismayed, for I am your God. I will strengthen you and help you; I will uphold you with my righteous right hand.

As per Dan’s request no funeral or memorial service will be held.

Wednesday, July 20, 2022

Juan Lopez Flores

                                10/18/1934 -06/06/2022

Thursday, July 14, 2022

Patty June Matheis

                                   June 1, 1930 - July 1, 2022


Patty June Matheis, age 92, resident of Hemet, CA, died Friday, July 1st, 2022, at Pacifica

Senior Memory Care in Menifee, California. She was born June 1st, 1930, in LeRoy, KS. She

was the daughter of Shot George and Oleeta Corwin George. Patty attended Aliceville, KS grade school

and graduated from Westphalia high school. She then taught for one year at Avandale rural school.

Patty moved to Kansas City and worked Bell Telephone Company. While in Kansas City she met a service

man, Kenneth Dale Matheis. They married March 1st, 1953. They had two daughters: Peggy Ann and

Karla Irene. They settled in Redondo Beach, CA. Patty worked for TRW. She handled all the orders from

US Government contracts.

Patty retired in 1991 and lived in Prescot, AZ for five years before she moved to Hemet, CA where she

enjoyed life! In Hemet she lived in Panorama Village where she was very active at golfing, playing cards,

taking trips, and having fun with her friends at the Panorama clubhouse. Patty moved to Pacifica Care to

receive fulltime care in 2020.

The things Patty loved most: Elvis, cooking (baking pies), being with friends and family, collecting frogs,

crafts, golfing, playing cards, traveling, and worshipping God.

Survivors include her daughter Peggy Ann Barks and husband Morris; daughter Karla Irene McGrail and

fiancé Ed Clements; brother Bill George and wife Mary; granddaughter Amanda Barks; and

granddaughter Ashley McGrail. She was preceded in death by her parents Shot and Oleeta George; and

her sister and brother-in-law, Mona and Donald Stern.

The funeral will be held August 8th, 12:00 pm at Inland Memorial Chapel 120 N. Buena Vista St., Hemet,

CA 92543. Immediately following there will be a private internment service at Menifee Valley Cemetery.

Flowers may be sent from Elite Florist Hemet, (951) 766-5005.

Tuesday, July 12, 2022

Candice Silva Almgren


                                           March 5, 1948 – June 27, 2022 

Candice (Kandy) Silva Almgren 74 passed away on June 27, 202 at Kaiser Permanante Hospital, Riverside.

Kandy was born and raised in Lynwood by her loving parents Steve and Esther Silva, before spending most of her adult life in Woodcrest.

Kandy is survived by her daughter Peg Ashford and son in law Ron, her son Darrell Almgren and daughter in law Lorie, and grandchildren Taylor, Elizabeth, Alexander, Haylie and Chase.

Kandy had many friends who we know will miss her greatly.

Special thanks go to the staff at Kaiser and Kandy’s neighbors who offered so much help and care during her final months.


No service is planned at this time, in lieu of flowers please make a donation to the American Cancer Society in her name.

Monday, July 11, 2022

Florence Ann Conrad Davies

June 13,1932 -June 4, 2022

Florence Ann Conrod, was born into this world, June 13,1932, and peacefully went

to be with her Lord on June 4, 2022. Florence, was born to James & Frieda Conrod

and raised in Chicago, Illinois, She was the only daughter of four children. After

graduating from ugh School, Florence attended Northern Baptist Theological

Semimry. She met her husband, Richard Stanley Davies, in church at a youth

function, They were married, December 19,1952. They would have celebrated 70

years of marriage this December. Soon after they married, Richard was drafted into

the Army where he proudly served his country. Their first son, Daniel Andl-ew, was

born in Frankfurt, Germany. Arriving back in the United States, they had two more

sons, Donald Richard and Dave Philip.

Florence spent her early-married life as a housewife and a stay at home mom. The

Davies family were actively involved in their local church. Florence & Richard loved

to entertain and host church parties, some of which are still talked about today!

Most important to the Davies, was to ensure that their children became grounded

and had a firm foundation in God. After her children became adults, Florence being

excellent in math and figi.Ire.s; had a .st_Iccessful part time career in the Banking

Business, first, as a Teller and later as an Officer. She enjoyed her work and was

popular with her bosses and co-workers.

Florence always had a ready smile and enjoyed music, playing her organ, singing in

the church choir, swimming (which was a passion), line dancing, playing games with

family, shuffleboard, camping, bird watching-- especially hummingbirds and

cardinals. Her favorite pastime was spending time with her children, grandchildren

and great-grandchildren. The past two and one half years, Florence and Richard

have lived in The Village, Hemet, California.

F]orence will be missed by all who were blessed to know her. Florence is survived

by her husband, Richard, three sons, Daniel (Kathy), Donald (Barbara), Dave

(Barbara), one brother, Jim Conrod,13 grandchildren and 9 great-grandchildren,

and numerous nieces and nephews. Memorial donations honoring Florence can be

made to: Samczr!tan`'s Purse.

Linda E Camacho


 Linda Elaine Camacho age 68 passed away on June 9 th 2022, in

Montclair, CA at Home Peacefully with her Family

Linda E. Camacho is survived by her husband Danny Camacho

of 51 Years: Her Son Danny Camacho, Daughter Tanyia Tellez:

her Grandchildren Catreena and Danny Camacho, Faith and

Mireya Tellez and Her Great Granddaughter Nadia Camacho

Linda E. Camacho was born October 4, 1953, in Fontana CA, to

parents Gerald and Mary Smith. She Graduated from Ontario

High School in 1971. She lived in Montclair since 1987. Linda

loved her job being a merchandiser at Target where she worked

for more than 30 Years in Chino, CA She was great at her job

and made some everlasting friendships.

Linda was a Wonderful Wife and loving Mother she married

Danny Camacho in 1971 and the couple had 2 children

together, Danny and Tanyia.

Linda was a beautiful person that would always listen &; make

everyone feel special a woman who was deeply involved in Her

Family, Faith, and Marriage. For the majority of her life she

enjoyed spending time with her family making memories,

spending time in her Garden, where she loved seeing her Birds

and Butterflies.

Her family and friends will always remember her as a Loving,

strong, caring, sincere and beautiful person.

A funeral is scheduled from 9am-12pm on July 16, at Fleur De

Lis Chapel Address: 525 W. 18 th Street Upland CA, 91784

Flowers and donations can be sent to Fleur De Lis Chapel they

will only accept them the day of the service at 8:30 am

We truly appreciate all your love, well wishes and prayers

during this difficult time.

Thank you

Tuesday, July 5, 2022

Adelyn Powers

 January 15, 1941 - May 15, 2022

Kim Carney

                                    DECEMBER 3, 1961 - MAY 17, 2022

Kimberly “Kim” Marie Carney (Schneider) went to heaven on May 17, 2022 at the age of 60. Kim was born on Dec. 3, 1961. Survived by her children Robert, Eddie, & Caitlin. She loved her grandchildren Britney, Jacob, Odin, Liam, & Trent. She also loved her step-grandchildren as her own. Kim was a long-time resident of Norco where she was so proud of her home of 40+ years. She opened her doors to many people over & wished to keep it in the family. She was a very caring & giving person. Kim’s father & family in New Mexico loved her dearly, would often say she was the life of the party, & always had a smile on her face. May she reunite with her mother, always dance to the music, & watch over us as our angel above.


                                     AUGUST 31,1962 -MAY 4,  2022 

Thursday, June 30, 2022

Bruce Long Morningstar


Wednesday, June 29, 2022

Richard Salgado


L Bertha Bocanegra Guerrero

                                  October 11931 to June 07, 2022

 Services to be Held at
 Hermosa Gardens Cemetery Mission Chapel
 Wed July 6th from 10am-12pm with burial to follow.

Wednesday, June 22, 2022

Steven Forrest McKinley

September 20, 1957 to June 4, 2022

Theresa Ramirez

Theresa Ramirez from Riverside,CA went to heaven on June 2, 2022.  Theresa was born in Cheyenne and
is survived by her husband Octavio Ramirez,Jr., her children Victoria Tapia(Joey) of Riverside, CA, Edward Acton of Cheyenne, Priscilla Ramirez (Tony) of Riverside and Julius Ramirez of Riverside.  Her grandchildren Amelia, Angelina, Elijah, Logan, Melody, Madelyn, Josilyn, Berlyn and Andrew.

She was very beautiful soul with an eye for fashion, she was crafty, loved music, dancing, praying with and for others, has a special bond with God and all whom she has come across in this world .  Theresa was always positive, and never saw the negative in life. She loved her family and her 'Tav' unconditionally, created beautiful memories during her time here on earth.  She will be deeply missed!

Theresa was preceded in death by her son James Acton,Jr, her parents John and Priscilla Pino, and her brother Larry Pino.

Monday, June 6, 2022


01-19-1936 - 05-02-2022

Service at 10AM - 1PM

Inland Memorial 

900 Meridian St, Colton, CA 92324  

Thursday, June 2, 2022



                                                                   Sharilyn Rios
                                                    January 17, 1953-June 2, 2022

She was surrounded by her loved ones and went peacefully with a smile

on her face from one last humorous joke. She was born Jan. 17 th 1953 to William

Raymond Wynn and Arbuta(Mickey) Hale. She grew up in West Covina Ca. Where

she met and later married her husband, Gilbert Rios. She was a wonderful mother

to her 2 boys Michael Rios and Louis Rios. As well as their wives whom she

considered her daughters Tammy Rios and Karon Rios. She was a grandmother to

her 3 grandkids Destiny, Josh, and Michaela and a great grandmother to Emma,

Savanah, Alex, and Nikko. She is survived by her sister and brother-in-law Alice and

Herb Feinman and their kids as well as her brother and sister-in-law Bill and

Charlene Wynn and their children. She was loved by many and always made sure

that those around her were well taken care of and knew that they were loved in

return. There will be a celebration of her life at Boys Republic in Chino Hills 8/6/22

from 10am-6pm.

Feel free to contact her son Louis with any questions at

Tuesday, May 31, 2022

 Robert Perez Jr

March 7, 1963 - May 2, 2022

It is with a heavy heart we announce the passing of a much-loved son, brother, uncle, nephew,, cousin and friend.  Robert also known as "Conte", was one of a kind and truly will be missed.  Conte is survived by his mother Avelina Villa, father and stepmother Robert and Mary Perez, sister Lisa Villa, brothers Tom and Jerry Perez and many nieces and nephews.  he was preceded in death by his sister Michelle Villa, his brother Adrian Villa, grandmother Rosa Navarro and stepfather Oscar Villa.

Services will be on June 10th 2pm at San Salvador Church located at 169 West L Street, Colton CA 92324.  Reception will follow at American Legion Post 155 located at 1401 Veterans Way, Colton CA 92324.

Friday, May 27, 2022

Monday, May 23, 2022

Thursday, May 19, 2022

Wednesday, May 18, 2022

Tuesday, May 17, 2022

Sunday, May 15, 2022

Adelyn Dorothy Powers

 January 15, 1941-May 15, 2022

Adelyn Dorothy “Honey” Powers, age 81 of Hemet, Ca, passed away May 15, 2022 after spending her last few days surrounded by her loving family.

Adelyn was born in Altadena, Ca on January 15, 1941 to parents Adeline Dorothy Victor Dunbar and Franklin Oliver Dunbar.

Siblings Frank and Butch

Adelyn attended St. Hyacinths Academy and San Jacinto High school, graduating in 1958. She was married to Bob Dean Powers for 15 years having three children Kelly, Robert and Dana. Adelyn was a devoted and loving mother and grandmother. She was always their biggest fan and number one supporter.

In her own time she loved to play golf and tennis,along with supporting the Ramona pageant as a makeup artist and spanish dancer. Adelyn loved to care for, ride, show her horses. She shared her love of these hobbies with her kids and grandchildren.

In 1980 she became a full time caregiver to her son, a job that she carried out with great pride and skill for the rest of her life. She always believed that he could accomplish and overcome any obstacle he might encounter due to his injury, and she was always by his side to remind him so.

In 1984 she married Warren Ross. Together they took countless road trips spending endless hours together in their favorite places along the way from California to Montana. It was just the two of them until they got their best friend and companion, Sparky, a spoiled yellow lab whom they both loved dearly.

Adelyn is survived by daughter Kelly and husband Tom, son Robert, and daughter Dana and husband Jeff. Grandsons Justin and Travis, and granddaughters Tori and Tiffany. As well as great grand children Scarlet and Luke.

Predeceased by husband Warren Ross, brothers Frank and Butch Dunbar, and best friend Sparky.

No public service.

We Love You Forever and Ever, Amen.

In lieu of flowers, please send memorial donations to Davis Phinney Foundation for Parkinson's at


Thursday, May 12, 2022

 Maricella Cruz

02/08/1979 - 02/20/2022

 Layton E Galloway

November 10, 1947-May 12, 2022

 Josephina Rios Oliveros

Born: Jan 19,1936 in Colton CA

Died:  May 2, 2022 in San Bernardino CA

Josephina was married to the late Andres Z Oliveros who had seven children; Daniel, Jeanette, Andy, Eddie, Nancy, Tony and Mary.  She had 16 grandkids and 10 great grandkids.  She lived all her life in Colton CAA.  She is survived by 3 out of 8 siblings; Virginia, Nellie and Jerry.  

Rest in peace Mom.

 Veronica Lynn Ethington

11/30/1960 - 5/10/2022

 Josephine Connie Velasquez

January 1, 1955 - May 6, 2022

Monday, May 9, 2022

 Armando Frank Aldama Jr

September 28, 1971-May 9, 2022

Saturday, May 7, 2022

Friday, May 6, 2022

Wednesday, May 4, 2022

Daniel Sutherland

December 31, 1963-May 4, 2022

 Daniel Sutherland of Riverside passed away May 4th at the age of 58 after a heroic battle with colon cancer. Born in Santa Ana, to Terry and Ruth Sutherland, Dan grew up in Orange and graduated from Orange High School in 1982.   He married his wife Cheryl in 1987 and they moved to Riverside in 1989 where they raised two daughters and built a wonderful life together. Dan was so proud of his girls and loved his family above all else.

Dan lived life to the fullest. He enjoyed travel, golf, cars and music. He was a life long sports fan and especially enjoyed baseball, football, and hockey. His favorite teams included the Minnesota Vikings, New York Islanders and Oakland A’s and he was an avid collector of sports memorabilia. 

Dan was pre-deceased by his father Terry.  He is survived by his wife Cheryl , daughters Taylor and Jessica, sisters Linda Stephan (John) and Cheryl Herndon (Steve), mother Ruth Ann, several nieces and nephews, beloved dogs Coco and Mocha and a wealth of friends. He definitely left us much too soon and will be missed by many. 

Tuesday, May 3, 2022

Saturday, April 30, 2022

 Dan Herbert Goodloe Jr

February 28, 1922-April 30, 2022

Friday, April 29, 2022

 Daniel De Leon Acosta

February 19, 1951-April 29, 2022

 Keith Douglas Otterbeck

September 14, 1952-April 29, 2022

Robert Walter Patsky

May 25, 1935-April 29, 2022 

Tuesday, April 26, 2022

Monday, April 25, 2022

David Fouad Bedrous

October 18,1980-April 25, 2022

 David Fouad Bedrous, 41, of Menifee, California passed away on April 25, 2022.  He was born in Sioux City, Iowa on October 18,1980.  Services are being planned for a future date in Nebraska.

Sunday, April 24, 2022

Saturday, April 23, 2022

Joseph Laponis

December 24, 1932-April 23, 2022     

 Joseph Laponis, longtime Ontario, CA. resident and respected educator, passed away April 23rd, 2022 at home following a battle with cancer.

Born in 1932 in Detroit, the family relocated to Ontario in 1947. While attending Chaffey High School, Joseph met the love of his life, Billie Taylor, and later married in 1953 at St. George Catholic Church.

He started his career as a 5th grade teacher. He served 38 years as a school principal, first in the Ontario Montclair School District at Central, Hawthorne, and Mariposa schools. Later he joined the Alta Loma School District as principal at Alta Loma Elementary, and then became the first principal of Victoria Groves. After retiring, he spent the next 26 years as an adjunct professor supervising student teachers for Cal State San Bernardino, National University and the University of La Verne. 

Joseph is preceded in death by his wife of 66 years, Billie, who passed in 2019; parents Joseph and Anna Laponis; and sister, Therese Schoofs. He is survived by his brother James (Linda) Laponis of Santa Barbara; brother -in-law Richard Schoofs; son Michael (Ruby) Laponis of Rancho Cucamonga; son Daniel (Karen) Laponis of Ontario; son Steven Laponis of Ontario; seven grandsons and two great granddaughters.

A memorial service will take place at St. George Catholic Church in Ontario, Friday, May 20th at 10am. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made payable to: VNA Hospice & Palliative Care of Southern California, 2151 E. Convention Center Way, Suite #100, Ontario, CA. 91764

Friday, April 22, 2022

Robert N. Smith 

November 8, 1929 - April 22, 2022

Robert Neil Smith, “Smitty”, 92, passed away peacefully in his sleep in his home on April 22, 2022.  He was born on November 8, 1929 in Walkerville, Essex County, Ontario Canada  and is survived by his two grandsons, Michael & Steven Chanez.  Smitty’s wife of 33 years, Alice Antonia Lopez Smith, passed away in September of 2010.  The two met when they both worked for Pacific Bell Telephone Company where he was a lineman and she, an operator.  They moved from Santa Ana, CA to Riverside, CA in 1994 to be closer to their grandchildren.  Smitty served in the US Air Force and was awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross and Air Medal during his service in the Korean War.  He is proceeded in death by him parents, Robert Alexander Smith and Muriel Beatrice O’Neil Smith, and his siblings, Barbara Jean, John Paul, Christopher George and David Francis.  A Burial Service will be held on Friday, May 27, 2022 at Riverside National Cemetery at 10:30 am.  Though a quiet and gentle soul, “Pa” as the grandkids called him, will be missed by all who were a part of his life.

Wednesday, April 20, 2022

 Jesus A Sanabria Becerra
January 12th, 1947 - April 20th, 2022

Si vivimos, 
para el Senor vivimos;
y, si morimos, 
para el Senor morimos.
Asi pues, sea que vivamos
o que muramos, 
del Senor somos.
Romanos 14:8

 Refugio C Chagolla

February 7, 1937-April 20, 2022

Monday, April 18, 2022

        Edilia Lopez Gonzales

July 10, 1940 - April 18, 2022

Edilia L. Gonzales passed away peacefully on April 18th, 2022, at her home in Rialto, CA surrounded by her loved ones. She was 81 years old.  Edilia was born July 10th, 1940, to Rodolfo and Maria Luisa Lopez in Sonora, Mexico. She was the oldestof 6 children. Edilia emigrated from Mexico to the United States where she planted her roots and raised her family.  Edilia held various jobs during her lifetime but the most important of them was that of a mother to her 5children: Francisco (Manuel), Daniel, Samuel, Nicholas, and Adriana and a Nana to her many grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Family came first and was above all else to Edilia, a value she instilled in all those around her. The hole left by her absence is impossible to fill. Edilia will be remembered for her love of cooking, gardening, and talking on the telephone. Her nurturing and fiery personality will be missed dearly. Edilia was predeceased by her parents, Rodolfo and Maria Luisa, her brother, Humberto, her son, Daniel (Danny), and her husband, Nicolas. She is survived by her siblings, children, grandchildren, great-grandchildren, extended family, and friends.

Services will be held on May 5 th , 2022 at 11:00 am at Hermosa Gardens Cemetery in Colton, CA. 

Saturday, April 16, 2022

Guadalupe Dorado De Padilla

July 29, 1952-April 16, 2022 

 Agustina Lopez Orozco

September 1, 1931-April 16, 2022

Thursday, April 14, 2022

Beverly Ann Hill-Gordon

September 22, 1948-April 14, 2022

Wednesday, April 13, 2022

Sunday, April 10, 2022

Saturday, April 9, 2022

Jerry Lewis Hurtado

September 9, 1961-April 9, 2022

Jerry Lewis Hurtado, known as Ouie, was born in Hemet on September 9, 1961 and was raised on the Soboba Indian Reservation. Born into a large family, Jerry was the youngest son of eight children. He attended San Jacinto High School, where he was a star athlete in baseball and football and received many awards and write-ups in local newspapers.

Jerry was a hard worker, who held many jobs throughout his lifetime. His last place of employment was at the Soboba Casino for 24 years.

Ouie loved his family and his family loved him. We are all going to miss his laugh, his jokes and his phone calls. He was a sports lover and a huge fan of the Los Angeles Dodgers and L.A. Rams.

Jerry passed away on April 9, 2022 and was preceded in death by his parents Mary and Foster, his mother-in-law Barbara, brother Eugene, sisters Alberta and Helen, nephew Steven, and nieces Tiffany and Tamara.

He is survived by the love of his life, Christine. Together for more than 30 years, they married on March 27, 2004. Jerry is also survived by his son Drew and granddaughter Carolyn, stepchildren Raymond, Julia and Jermaine, brothers Foster “Tino,” Kenneth “Pogo,” and Gary, sister Christine, and father-in-law Marvin.

A Rosary service will be held on April 21 at 7 p.m. at Inland Memorial Harford Chapel, 120 N Buena Vista St. in Hemet. Viewing will be from 5 to 8 p.m.

On April 22, there will be a 10 a.m. Mass at St. Joseph Church on the Soboba Indian Reservation, followed by his burial at the Soboba Cemetery.

The family would like to thank everyone for their prayers at this time. It means so much.


Friday, April 8, 2022

Thursday, April 7, 2022

Margarita Lopez

April 11, 1959-April 7, 2022 

Oracion De Entrega a Jesus
San Ignacio de Loyola, 1491-1556

Toma, senor, y recibe toda mi libertad,
mi memoria, mi entendimiento 
y toda mi voluntad;
todo mi haber y mi poseer.
Tu me lo diste, a ti, Senor, Lo retorno;
todo es tuyo,,
dispon de ello segun tu voluntad.
Dame tu amor y gracia, 
que estos me bastan.

 Paul Pedro Castro Jr

December 9, 1971-April 7, 2022

Monday, April 4, 2022

Conrado Gabaldon Enano Jr

July 19, 1934-April 4, 2022 

Saturday, April 2, 2022

Ruby Sierra Ramirez

October 24, 1934 - April 2, 2022

October 24, 1934 - April 2, 2022: Ruby Sierra Ramirez was born October 24, 1934, to Pete and Margaret Sierra, preceded in death. Ruby peacefully passed away on April 2, 2022, surrounded by family and friends. Ruby was a loving wife, mother, grandmother, great grandmother, sister, and aunt. She will be deeply missed by family and friends.  Ruby is survived by her husband of 63 years Lauro (Larry) Ramirez, son Frank Ramirez, daughter Veronica Elder, and many grandchildren and great-grandchildren.

Funeral services for Ruby Sierra Ramirez will be held on April 28, 2022, at San Salvador Church, the rosary will be held at 10:30 am and mass at 11:00 am. 

The burial will follow at Hermosa Cemetery in Colton California. 

A reception will be held at the American Legion in Colton California San Salvador Church, 178 W K Street, Colton Ca 92324 Hermosa Cemetery, 900 N Meridian Ave, Colton, Ca 92324 

Friday, April 1, 2022

Elizabeth Montijo

August 11, 1952 - April 1, 2022

Elizabeth "Liz" Montijo-Flores, August 11th, 1952 - April 1st, 2022, Colton, California.  Liz passed away surrounded by her husband Bob and three daughters; Lisa, Rebecca and Antoinette.  Elizabeth was 69 years old, she resided in Colton, California.

Elizabeth's life would seem too short to many, but those of us who were blessed to be touched by her understand that her existence and the immprint she left on our hearts exceed the quantity of time that she stayed here with us.  Elizabeth was talented and generous in many aspects of her life.  SHe was a master at sewing, baking, arts and crafts and amazing in the kitchen.  Elizabeth was a bus driver and loved making things for her kids on the bus.  

Elizabeth is survived by her husband Robert "Bob" Flores, her children Lisa (Dennis)Moreno, Rebecca Montijo, ANtoinette Moreno, her grandchildren; Arthur Ramirez, Dennis Moreno, Anthony Ramirez, Michelle (Aaron) Badillo, Rochelle (Bryce) Vavra, Elysia Moreno, Gabbie Moreno, Michael (Pauline) Moreno, ALexis Luna, her great grandchildren Arthur Ramirez Jr, Jadey Ramirez, Jazsmine Ramirez, Kara Badillo, Elijah Badillo, Liam Vavra, Nolan Vavra, Little Michael Moreno and countless friends.  Elizabeth was preceded in death by her great granddaughter Korra Badillo.  

Service will be held on Friday April 22nd, 2022 at Hermosa Gardens Cemetery located at 900 N Meridian Ave in Colton California 92324 from 3:30pm to 6:30pm 

Thursday, March 31, 2022

Saturday, March 26, 2022

 Edward Wilkey Sr

August 7, 1937-March 26, 2022

Christy Melissa Baragar

Born September 3, 1979 Santa Fe Springs, CA

Passed March 26, 2022 Hemet, CA

Friday, March 25, 2022

Wednesday, March 23, 2022

Saturday, March 19, 2022

Janet L Deggendorf

January 6, 1936-March 19, 2022 

 Steve Manuel Adame

March 12, 1954-March 19,2022

Steve Manuel Adame

March 12, 1954 - March 19, 2022

On Saturday March 19th,2022 Steve "Sarkie" Manuel Adame lost his battle to cancer. Born on March 12,1954, he is survived by his wife Andrea Adame, his two sons Steve Manuel Jr and Alex Adame, his daughter Stephanie Lopez and 4 grandchildren Stevie, Savanna, Emilio and Joanna. Sisters Antonia Alvarado and Irene Arvizu.

He is proceeded in death by his mother Stella Fierro and sister Rosemary Sais.

Sarkie was a San Bernardino High school graduate and life long resident of San Bernardino.

He lived a humble life, very respectful , loving and caring to everyone he knew, the most non judgmental man in town. If you knew him you loved him, he had that kind of personality.

He enjoyed playing chess, listening to music, watching 49ers football and Dodgers baseball. He also loved spending time with his 4 legged best friend Augie. Sarkie  sure was a jokester. In every conversation there was definitely a joke to tell. Above all things he loved his kids and grandkids tremendously. His grandkids meant the world to him. He will be missed dearly.



Vincent Saucedo

December 17th, 1957 to March 19th, 2022

Our brother Vincent who is the eldest was a very private person, he never wanted to be noticed or receive Recognition for his many years at work for Noyes bakery as a baker. He loved all his nephews and nieces. He enjoyed going to the movies to watch the new premieres and listening to his favorite albums. He liked all Genre's.  When he wasn't at the movies his passion was gardening, he liked fruit trees and drought tolerant succulents. He loved to watch the Dodgers and the Rams. 

Vincent also loved his 6 white Chihuahua/terrier's dogs who were his everything and Vince was their everything. Gia, Faith, Crayon, Jason, Genesis, and of course Odette.

Even though he passed away from complications of diabetes he always tried to maintain proper nutrition and exercise, but the foot ulcers made it impossible. Which also interfered with his baking which he loved to do.

The siblings, nieces and nephews will miss their big brother and uncle very much but carry his memories and love in their heart. 

Friday, March 18, 2022

Thursday, March 17, 2022

 Martha Ethel Powers

Born March 21, 1927 Kentucky

Passed March 17, 2022 California

Wednesday, March 16, 2022

Tuesday, March 15, 2022

Monday, March 14, 2022

Saturday, March 12, 2022

Albert Anthony Placencia Jr

September 24, 1964-March 12, 2022 

Purificacion C. Raugust

January 1st, 1929-March 12th, 2022

Purificacion (Rita) C. Raugust passed away peacefully on March 12th, 2022 surrounded  by her family at home in Hemet, CA. She was 93 years old. She was born on January 1st, 1929.  The youngest child of Tarcela Mendoza and Bartholomew Caccam, she had 11 siblings. She was  raised in the Philippine Islands in a small town of Naguilian, La Union. She had many extended  family members living throughout the world. She survived the Japanese invasion and  occupation of the Philippines in World War II and she was the only one of her family to attend  college.  

She is survived by her husband of 60 years Robert Raugust Sr. She had 5 children and their  families: Jocelyn and Randy Bayless, Gina and Tom Cassidy, Cyndie and Bob Jones, Tarcela  Raugust (Flory) and Michelle and Robert Raugust Jr. She leaves her legacy with her 6  grandchildren: Garen and Trevor Bayless, Kaelin and Delaney Cassidy, and Benjamin and Jacob  Flory.  

Due to her husband’s naval career, the family moved between stations before finally settling  down in Oceanside, California where they lived for 32 years. Upon her husband’s retirement,  they moved to Hemet, California where they have resided since the year 2000.  

She had multiple passions and hobbies including gardening, cake decorating, flower arranging,  lawn and hardwood bowling, watching her favorite team, the San Diego Padres and travelling  across America and the world. Since retiring, they drove cross country covering almost all the  

states including Hawaii and a cruise in Alaska. They would often stop at different casinos  throughout the US to play nickel and dime slot machines, and her largest win was $3,000. She  also travelled to Europe with a niece, and loved the countryside of Germany, Austria and Switzerland. Her travels often included visiting extended family members across America and  Canada.  

Her husband Robert introduced her to bowling and that blossomed into a lifelong passion. Her  greatest triumph was achieving a high score of 220 in one of the tournaments. When she  entered her senior years, she transitioned to lawn bowling with the same competitiveness and 

skill. For 10 years, she competed in the Hemet-area Oldlympics and often took home gold  medals in the bowling and lawn bowling categories.  

She was a wonderful wife and mother and an exceptional grandmother. Often traveling to  different states to watch her grandchildren compete in their various sports and extracurricular  activities.  

Though she was short in stature, she was described as a force of nature. She always had a  wonderful smile and sparkle in her eyes. An impeccable dresser, she often got compliments  about looking younger than her stated age. She found joy and pride in her family. In her last year of life, she was asked how she felt about her journey, and she said that she had no regrets  with a life fulfilled and reminded us of her motto: “Stay active and be happy.” She will be sorely  missed.


Friday, March 11, 2022

 Henry Eugene Carrillo

May 22, 1947-March 11, 2022

                                                        Richard Dwayne Summitt

August 6th, 1955 ~ March 11th, 2022   

 Richard Dwayne Summitt, 66 of Rialto, CA. passed away Friday, March 11th, 2022 at 9:55 pm after a fight with lung issues.

Rick was born August 6th, 1955 to Bill and Pat Summitt in Oklahoma. After Rick graduated from Alta Loma High School, he went on to study computers. He then opened a successful furniture business, Two Way Furniture, then later a roofing company, Summitt Roofing. A short time after that he found his love for Fire Science. After graduating with a degree in Fire Science and Arson 1, 2, and 3 he started his career off strong, but it was cut short due to medical issues.

In 1981, Rick met Vonnie; they married and went on to have one child, William (Bill) Joseph Summitt. 

Rick’s hobbies were shooting pool, watching football and knowing all the statistics. 

Rick was predeceased by his father, Bill Summitt and his mother Patricia Padziora.

He is survived by his son, William (Bill) Summitt, brother, Ron Summitt, sister, Kathy Summitt and many other relatives and friends.

He will be missed by all. 


April 29th, 2022 at 11:00am

Our Lady of Lourdes Church

10191 Central Ave.

Montclair, CA. 91763

Final Resting Place will be at

Bellevue Memorial Park

1240 West G St.

Ontario, CA. 91762

If you are sending flowers please send them to Our Lady of Lourdes Church on April 29th before 11am.