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Davis Cemetery
820 Pole Line Road
Davis , CA 95618
(530) 756-7807
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116 D Street
Davis , CA 95616
(530) 758-5500
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Thomas E. Davis, railroader - Baltimore Sun

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Thomas E. Davis, a retired locomotive engineer and an outdoorsman, died June 15 of multiple sclerosis at Stella Maris in Timonium. He was 60. Thomas Edward Davis, the son of railroaders — his parents were ticket agents at Pennsylvania Station — was born in Baltimore and raised in Lutherville. He was a 1970 graduate of Dulaney High School and after attending the University of Maryland, Baltimore County for a...

Raynetta Mobley founded successful braiding salon 12 years ago -

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
I would send her way, and use her as an example of what you can accomplish with drive and ambition," said former Deputy Mayor Goliath Davis. • • • Ms. Mobley was born in Barwick, Ga., and moved to St. Petersburg with her family at age 5. She graduated from Gibbs High School, then worked at Allstate Insurance for 25 years. In the mid 1990s, she ran an African-American art gallery, then closed that in 2000 to open Simply Natural. "She started the shop when braiding salons were thriving," Woodard said. Friends thought of her as a counselor. A favorite expression: "Go for it, you can do it." She ran an African booth for the St. Petersburg International Folk Fair, was active in Unity Temple Church and spoke to community groups. Ms. Mobley kept a journal filled with inspiration, said Rosa Newton, her sister. When doctors diagnosed her with late-stage breast cancer in January, she stayed upbeat. As she weakened, even the prospect of death seemed to inspire her. "She would say, 'A lot of people are going to get healed from this,' " her sister said. When friends and family visited her in the hospital, Newton said, "She would end up comforting them." Ms. Mobley died June 6, in Hospice House Woodside. She was 61. Andrew Meacham can be reached at or (727) 892-2248.

Obit: Robert W. Jones - Dover Post

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Bobby was a member of Wesley united Methodist church where he taught Sunday school for many years. He is survived by his wife Cindy Jones 2 sons, Christopher and Brett Jones; his mother Mary Davis of Hartly;  brother George “Sonny” Davis, wife Lisa and daughter Kristi of Smyrna; and sister Barbara Miller, husband William and daughters Kim and Amy of Hartly, as well as many friends and relatives.Funeral services will be 11am, Thursday, June 28, at Torbert Funeral Chapel South, 1145 East Lebanon Rd., Dover. Friends may call 6-8pm Wednesday evening. Interment will be in Sharon Hills Memorial Park, Dover. In lieu of flowers the family suggests contributions be made in his memory to Wesley United Methodist Church, 209 S. State St., Dover, DE 19901. Letters of condolence may be sent and guestbook signed at

Fred H. Boatwright Jr. -- Lexington - The Times and Democrat

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Degree from S.C. State University. Surviving are 2 sisters, Patricia Mathias and Janel Smith, both of Lexington; brother-in-law, Wade Smith of Lexington; niece, Marla Snowden; stepbrother, L.B. Davis of Lexington; stepsister, Mary Hazelton; and great-nieces, Katie Chatten and Sarah Snowden. Mr. Boatwright was preceded in death by his sister and brother-in-law, Frankie and Carl Bethea; brother-in-law, Pete Mathias; his niece, Norma Mathias Chatten; and his nephew, Don Mathias. ...

Dustin Johnson shoots 66, wins Memphis in his 2nd event after back ... - Greenfield Daily Reporter

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
The wheels were coming off the train. Hung in there and made a good putt for double," Merrick said. "Hung in there, proud of myself." Davis Love III, the U.S. Ryder Cup captain, shot a 69 and tied for third with O'Hern (69), Campbell (68) and Ryan Palmer (66) at 273. McIlroy, who now heads to San Francisco and The Olympic Club to defend his U.S. Open title, had a 69 and tied three others at 274. Tour officials pushed tee times up more than three hours and sent players off both tees in threesomes to avoid thunderstorms predicted for Sunday afternoon. With so many bunched closely together at the TPC Southwind course, that set up a rollercoaster final round with as many as eight players having a piece of the lead during the day. Love, O'Hern and Merrick shared the lead overnight and had plenty of company before they teed off Sunday morning. McIlroy, Kevin Stadler and Campbell got quick birdies to join the group at 6 under, and Johnson made it a seven-way tie for the lead when he birdied his first hole. McIlroy had a two-stroke lead all to himself after four birdies through 11 holes and appeared headed to the win. But he finished with two bogeys then his first double bogey in two trips to Memphis on No. 18 after hooking his 3-wood off the tee just a bit too much. For a man who had missed three straight cuts coming to Memphis, McIlroy said he feels well prepared going into the U.S. Open after playing four straight rounds. "Looking forward to getting to San Francisco, and I can take a lot from this week into next week," McIlroy said. When O'Hern birdied Nos. 15 and 17, that set up a frenzied race to the finish with as many as four tied at 8 under in the final couple of holes. Johnson carded four birdies and a bogey in the round. He took control with his consecutive birdies, rejoining the lead pack at 8 under when he rolled in an 11-footer on the par-5 16th. Johnson then moved to the top of the leaderboard by himself at 9 under by hitting his second shot from 161 yards to 9 feet on the par-4 No. 17 before sinking the birdie putt. While Johnson waited, getting a play-by-play from analyst David Feherty, only O'Hern of Australia and Merrick had a chance to catch him, looking for their first career PGA titles. O'Hern hit his drive into the water, while Merrick hit his near the cart path and finished with his own par to match the best finish of his career. Divots: Johnson is the seventh player in his 20s to win on tour this year. ... This was the third time since 2005 that the winner of this event did not reach double digits under par. Jeff Maggert won at 9 under in 20...

Patience Abbe, Child Chronicler of Travels, Dies at 87

Sun, Apr 1, 2012
Laguna Beach, where their fame gradually expired. The last ember seemed to die, according to a story Ms. Abbe loved telling, at a beach party held for her on her 21st birthday. Bette Davis, who owned a place in Laguna, happened by. “Patience Abbe!” Davis exclaimed. “I always wondered what happened to you!” Ms. Abbe never mourned her lost fame, though she had always thought of herself as a writer, Ms. Abbe Moyer said. “She was a writer,” she said, adding that the idea for the first book had been hers and that the sensibility behind all the books was hers, too. Family members traded theories about why Ms. Abbe had been reluctant to pursue writing as an adult. Ms. Abbe Moyer’s view was that the coincidence of her early success and her parents’ breakup — and even the start of World War II — had become “all mixed up in her head” and soured her on writing. “She called it ‘the great synchronicity’ of disasters,” Ms. Abbe Moyer said. For many years, the only writing Ms. Abbe did was for a church bulletin of St. John’s Church in San Anselmo, Calif., where she was the secretary. Then, in the 1990s, she began working on a memoir. Her family was pleased. “We had never seen her write a word,” her daughter Ms. Rogé said. And what Ms. Abbe showed them, she added, was good. The acuteness, the unexpected turns of phrase and insight, she said, were a grown-up’s version of the “voice of ‘Around the World.’ ” Ms. Abbe finished the book three weeks before she died. Her family hopes to have it published. (New York Times)

Tiger Looks Like Tiger Again - Wall Street Journal (blog)

Sun, Apr 1, 2012
Things don’t get any easier now. This remains a super-motivated Wildcats team led by coach of great talent and a certain complicated charm and freshman forward Anthony Davis, the best player in college basketball. All that talent is not a guarantee of anything, of course. Those don’t exist at this time in the college hoops season. * * * The obituaries for Bert Sugar, who died over the weekend at the age of 74, will mostly credit him as a boxing writer and historian. And while Sugar—who was, for decades, instantly recognizable even to non-boxing fans for his broad-brimmed hats and well-chewed, never-lit cigar—did know and talk and write a great deal about the sport, he was also far more than a boxing writer. Sugar’s name graced over 100 books, most of which dealt with the sweet science, and he edited both Boxing Illustrated and the Ring. But he was first and foremost a personality, a sportswriter who was mostly a raconteur and wholly a character and, in most every way, a man from a more interesting age who nevertheless made himself at home in our more staid, brand-sensitive one. “When famous people men die we love to say, ‘There will never be another one like him,’ but in Bert Sugar’s case, I’m pretty sure it’s true. Because if Bert Sugar hadn’t invented himself, it would have been impossible for anyone else to invent him,” ESPN’s Wallace Matthews writes. “He may well have been the last of a breed, that typically New York wiseguy who possessed one priceless and seemingly vanishing skill: The ab...

Kathryn C. Ferguson

Sun, Apr 1, 2012
Kay moved to St. Thomas Orphanage in Great Falls at the age of 9 after her mother died in childbirth. Her sisters, Helen and Mary, also moved to St. Thomas Orphanage. Kay was a nanny for the Davis family while attending the College of Great Falls. She graduated in 1948 with a bachelor’s degree in English and history education. She taught at the Winkler School, Cut Bank, Great Falls and St. Leo’s School in Lewistown.On June 5, 1948, in Great Falls, Kay was united in marriage to Monte W. Ferguson. They both retired from teaching in 1986. He preceded her in death in June 2003. Kay... (Lewistown News-Argus)

Janet B. Davis

Sun, Mar 25, 2012
Janet B. Davis, 89, of Duluth, died on Saturday, March 24, 2012. Funeral service: 1 p.m. Tuesday, March 27, in Temple Israel, 1602 E. 2nd Street, Duluth. Interment will be in Tifferth Cemetery following the funeral. A full obituary will follow. Arrangements by Dougherty Funeral Home, Duluth, MN, (218) 727-3555. Tags: obituaries ... (Duluth News Tribune)

Jan Davis, longtime Duluth volunteer, dies

Sun, Mar 25, 2012
Jan Davis Jan Davis It wasn’t easy keeping up with Jan Davis. She always had places to be, people to see, things to do — and more often than not, that involved volunteering to make Duluth, where she lived her entire life, a better place. “She would always be running about 10 paces ahead of you,” said longtime friend Patty Shogren. “Nobody could keep up with her. … That’s how she was getting so mu... (Duluth News Tribune)

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