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Corona Sunnyslope Cemetery
1125 Rimpau Avenue
Corona , CA 92879
(951) 736-0460
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Why the US failed vs. El Salvador - ESPN

Sun, Apr 1, 2012
U.S. U-23s would take a page out of the senior team's book. Trailing 2-1 at halftime, the Americans stormed back to take a 3-2 lead through the excellent Terrence Boyd and a headed goal from Joe Corona. And then Jaime Alas hit what can only be described as a speculative shot from distance that somehow eluded substitute goalkeeper Sean Johnson, and the U.S. went from living to fight on in the semis to being eliminated. Now it is Porter and the players who must live with the consequences. For Porter, the positive of coaxing the team into a 3-2 lead under nerve-racking circumstances will be forgotten. And in its place are a fistful of recriminations. Without question, there should be. Forget the calls to fire Porter. That is a threat with no teeth, since the U-23 head-coaching job is a part-time gig anyway. Porter will return to his post at the University of Akron, running one of the premier college programs in the country. That doesn't preclude questions from being asked, however. Rarely has as much time and money been invested in putting an Olympic qualifying side together, with monthly training camps being held since December. The U.S. couldn't blame its failure on the vagaries of CONCACAF's Olympic qualifying format, either, as the Americans failed to navigate far enough to even subject themselves to a winner-take-all semifinal. The fact that the tournament was taking place in the cozy comforts of the U.S., rather than more hostile environs such as Mexico, only adds to the embarrassment. Tweet, tweet Don't miss a moment of the latest soccer coverage from around the world. Follow us on Twitter and stay informed. Join » So what happened? With the benefit of hindsight, it appears that Porter built h...

Denise Nadel Dies at 70; Coronado Music Teacher, Yacht Club Member - Patch.com

Thu, Mar 22, 2012
Denise Nadel of Coronado—who taught piano, harp and guitar lessons at her piano conservatory for more than 40 years—died Feb. 29, according to an obituary in U-T San Diego. She was 70. “A member of the Music Teachers’ Association of California, she was actively teaching piano until the time of her death,” said her obituary. “Diana was an involved community volunteer, with particular emphasis on child abuse preven...

Major Harry Paul Feucht Jr., 88 - Patch.com

Fri, Feb 17, 2012
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 private gathering. In lieu of flowers, donations may be sent in his name to KPBS Public Broadcasting, 5200 Campanile Drive, San Diego, CA 92182. This obituary was created by Joe Ditler and LivingObituary.com.  ...

Knowledge of self and others - Seacoastonline.com

Wed, Dec 21, 2011
I read her obituary last week was that I never really knew her. Too late I learned that she had been educated in France and in Italy; that, as a teenager, she had traveled to Ethiopia to attend the coronation of Emperor Haile Selassie; that she had lived in Washington, San Diego, Philadelphia, Key West, and in Mystic before settling in York; that she had been married twice and outlived each of her husbands. Cynthia Raymond was a member also of numerous civic groups but not just a member, she was a founder of several significant groups in the Seacoast area. She helped found the International Women's Club of New England and the Guild of Strawberry Banke as well as the Energy Efficiency Committee. She was a generous contributor to York Hospital, too. Cynthia Raymond's passing and my belated awareness of her interesting life makes me wonder: what else (and who else) might I be missing? What does any of us really know about other people? What experiences, hopes and aspirations do they have? The philosophers are right: it is important to know yourself, but it is also important to know others. Not everyone has 98 years to live as Cynthia Raymond did, so everyone may not have as many opportunities to experience life, but each of us has opportunities every day to create our personal histories and to share our stories with others. We all have today to live and to listen; to know and to be known. Reader Reaction We reserve the right to remove any content at any time from this Community, including without limitation if it violates the Community Rules. We ask that you report content that you in good faith believe violates the above rules by clicking the Flag link next to the offending comment. New comments are only accepted for two weeks from the date of publication.

Read Birmingham newspapers dating back to the 1700s - Birmingham Mail

Wed, Nov 30, 2011
It chronicles the way world events affected the people of the Second City, including Daily Post reports from the frontline of the Battle of Waterloo in 1815, Queen Victoria’s coronation of 1838, and the first day of the 20th century, which devoted pages to the latest news from fighting in the Boer War in South Africa. Local news included a story about a cruise starting in the Midlands and heading to the Italian Riviera and a report that the Midland Railway sold more than £5 million worth of tickets in the previous six months. Cases in the city’s coroners’ court reported that two women died from “heavy drinking” and there was a fatal railway accident. More issues are being added to bring the collection up to the 1950s. The website will eventually offer a weal...

US spending, 'job creators,' port's potential, plaque thefts, health news - SignOnSanDiego.com

Sun, Oct 2, 2011
Some plaques are priceless, and at least owners would stand a chance of getting them back before they’re gone forever. -- Jerry Toci, Coronado A dispiriting display On the Sept. 20 Health section front: joint replacements, menopause cures, food for cancer victims and dealing with end of life issues? Who is the Health section editor, Debbie Downer? Man, I had to read the obituaries just to cheer myself up. -- Alex Kaseberg, San Diego ...

US spending, 'job creators,' port's potential, plaque thefts, health news - SignOnSanDiego.com

Thu, Sep 22, 2011
Some plaques are priceless, and at least owners would stand a chance of getting them back before they’re gone forever. -- Jerry Toci, Coronado A dispiriting display On the Sept. 20 Health section front: joint replacements, menopause cures, food for cancer victims and dealing with end of life issues? Who is the Health section editor, Debbie Downer? Man, I had to read the obituaries just to cheer myself up. -- Alex Kaseberg, San Diego ...

James A. 'Hobo' McCloskey - Adrian Daily Telegram

Tue, Sep 20, 2011
Roscoe. Jimmy loved life and will be dearly missed by his family and friends.Surviving besides his wife, Cynthia of Rollin, are their children, Canon Welch of Lansing, Criston (Anthony Corona) Welch of Adrian, Gabrielle Rife and granddaughter, Summer Sky Shoemaker of Kentucky; six brothers and sisters, Kenneth McCloskey of Cement City, Lynne Richards and Donna (Pete) Varga of Manitou Beach, Kim (Dean) Sayler of Adrian, Paul McCloskey of Onsted and Chris (Lisa) McCloskey of Tecumseh; and numerous other relatives and friends.He was preceded in death by his parents; sister, Sharon Young; brother-in-law, Ronald Richards; and great nephew, Brandon.  Funeral services for Jimmy will be at 6 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 14, 2011, at the Dunn Chapel, Brown-Van Hemert Funeral Home in Onsted, with Rev. Gilhouse officiating. Visitation...




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