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Castro Valley, CA  Funeral Homes

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Chapel of the Valley Mortuary
20359 Lake Chabot Road
Castro Valley , CA 94546
(510) 581-0900
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Druliner Lisette T DVM
2423 Grove Way
Castro Valley , CA 94546
(510) 581-6629
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Grove Way Veterinary Hospital
2423 Grove Way
Castro Valley , CA 94546
(510) 581-6629
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Harper Karen DVM
2423 Grove Way
Castro Valley , CA 94546
(510) 581-6629
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2423 Grove Way
Castro Valley , CA 94546
(510) 581-6629
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Major Harry Paul Feucht Jr., 88 - Patch.com

Fri, Feb 17, 2012
Throughout this period Harry remained active in crafting projects as small as a child’s wooden toy to full-sized houses. Harry taught wood shop for more than 30 years in Castro Valley. He retired in 1983, but remained busy on multiple projects involving his love of all things wood until his final days.Harry was very knowledgeable about wood and its history. His knowledge of the material and sensitive touch guided his hands and eyes as he created products from the practical to the artistic, in all sizes and designs.He once said, “Every piece of wood is different. It feels differently, it smells differently, and often what you do with that piece of wood is influenced strongly by the strength and grain of what you’re working with. Wood is alive.”Harry was also was a member of the National Guard Medical Services Corps, retiring in 1983 at the rank of Major. He moved his family to Coronado in 1985, where they remain.Harry joined the San Diego Fine Woodworkers Association (SDFWA) in 1985, and began another long phase as an avid hobbyist and part-time professional woodworker building furniture; doing remodeling and restoration work, and creating wooden toys, games, puzzles, and child-size furniture for youngsters and medical facilities.He especially enjoyed his long association with the craftsmen in the San Diego area through personal friendships and the SDFWA. Harry was very proud of his long time efforts to organize and support the annual Design in Wood Exhibition at the county fair, since it visually showcased the fine craftsmanship of locals and others across the country.Harry is survived by his former wife Jackie Donlyn Feucht of Coronado; sisters Barbara Randell of Indiana and Jean Lindburg of Florida; two sons, Harry VanEvery of Virginia and Ron Feucht of San Diego, and daughter Cheryl Woodhouse of Coronado.He is also survived by four grandchildren, Ian Coutts, Christopher VanEvery, and Nolan and Avery Woodhouse.Harry Feucht will be buried at sea with full military honors at a privat...

Love of jazz was Linn Hudson's bottom line

Thu, Jan 26, 2012
Jean Ellen Hudson of Memphis; five stepdaughters, Sharon Watson Fewell, Parris Watson Edwards and Leslie Watson, all of Cordova, Sylvia Watson of Castro Valley, Calif., and Audrey Watson Dekany of Reno, Nev.; 10 grandchildren and one great-grandchild. He was preceded in death by his first wife, Mary Virginia Evans Hudson. "He'll be missed by all the musicians who dubbed him 'the coolest accountant you'll ever meet,'" said John Hudson. The family requests that any memorials in memory of Linn Hudson be made to the Ronald McDonald House of Memphis or the St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. -- Henry Bailey: (901) 333-2012 ... (The Commercial Appeal)

Richard H. ‘Dick’ Maier

Sat, Sep 24, 2011
Margaret of Albany; daughter Laura Nova of Albany; sons Allen of Kennewick, Wash., and Rod of Sunnyvale, Calif; stepchildren Tom Rothengass of Vancouver, Wash., Tim Rothengass of Castro Valley, Calif., Tony Rothengass of Olympia, Wash., Mary Beth Rothengass Melero of Keizer and Robert Rothengass of Salem; brother Earl Maier of Bend; 10 grandchildren; two great-grandchildren with one more on the way. A memorial service will be at 3 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 25, at the Immanuel Lutheran Church, 154 Madison St. S.E. in Albany. Private interment will be in Willamette Memorial Park. Contributions may be made to the Samaritan Evergreen Hospice House project or Immanuel Lutheran Church, in care of Fisher Funeral Home, 306 Washington St. S.W., Albany, OR 97321 (www.fisherfuneralhome.com). (Albany Democrat-Herald)




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