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Abbey Chapel of Lima Family Milpitas Fremont Mrtry
48800 Warm Springs Boulevard
Fremont , CA 94539
(510) 656-5565
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Berge Pappas Smith Chapel of the Angels
40842 Fremont Boulevard
Fremont , CA 94538
(510) 656-1226
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Cedar Lawn Cemetery
48800 Warm Springs Boulevard
Fremont , CA 94539
(408) 263-2868
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Chapel of the Roses Fremont Mortuary
1940 Peralta Boulevard
Fremont , CA 94536
(510) 797-1900
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Fremont Memorial Chapel Mortuary
3723 Peralta Boulevard
Fremont , CA 94536
(510) 793-8900
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Police Blotter - San Jose Mercury News

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Alden Street, 2:12 p.m. Tuesday Jewelry and computer speakers were taken during a residential burglary. FREMONT North Fremont, Tuesday Police caught a man napping in a person's yard and arrested him. According to police, the 23-year-old transient had been bothering residents at apartment complexes for some time, sleeping in their yards, entering their apartments and helping himself to food. The man is also believed responsible for a grand theft. FOSTER CITY 1065 E. Hillsdale Blvd., 7:17 a.m. Monday An unknown number of laptop computers were stolen overnight from ICon Professional Services. Widgeon Street, 2:01 p.m. Monday IRS notified a resident that someone had used his name on a tax return. Nimitz Lane, 6:33 p.m. Monday A 22-year-old man more intoxicated than the night before, according to his mother, was arrested in her backyard. Rock Harbor Lane, 10:34 a.m. Tuesday Police advised a man with a leashed pit bull claiming to be a police volunteer after he allegedly threatened to cite a female whose dog was running loose. Foster City Boulevard and Shell Drive, 11:25 a.m. Tuesday Police responded to a report of a "vicious" brown poodle at Foster City Dog Park, located the owner and the dog, talked with several parkgoers and observed playful dogs were only present. 1010 Metro Center Blvd., 6:49 p.m. Tuesday Two San Jose men who left Orchard Supply Hardware with stolen merchandise were in a vehicle when police pulled them over and arrested them. WOODSIDE Highway 280 and Woodside Road, 3:49 p.m. Monday Tools valued at $4,000 were stolen from a truck at Park and Ride. HALF MOON BAY 2100 block of Winged Foot Road, 8:46 p.m. Monday A male golfer who took responsibility for a broken second-floor window gave the homeowner an invalid phone number. LOS ALTOS 500 block of Distel Drive, 5:58 p.m. Monday A residential burglary was reported. Farm Hill Road, 10:47 p.m. Tuesday A residence was burglarized.

Police Blotter - San Jose Mercury News

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
LOS GATOS Garden Hill Way, Nob Hill Way and Ivy Hill Way, Wednesday morning Two vehicles were burglarized overnight and a bike was stolen. FREMONT Darwin Drive, early Thursday Property was taken during a residential burglary, including a Porsche Boxer convertible. ATHERTON Greenoaks Drive, 8:07 p.m. Monday Jewelry was reported missing from a residence following a party. Walsh Road, 9:36 p.m. Monday A dog who ran up a tree and would not come down received assistance from the fire department. 100 block of Patricia Drive, 10:56 p.m. Wednesday A person arriving home saw a person wearing black moving around inside the garage. CAMPBELL 500 block of West Hacienda Avenue, Wednesday A person learned that someone filed a tax return using their name and had received a refund. 700 block of Nido Drive, 8 a.m. Wednesday A 27-inch Samsung flat-screen television was taken from an unlocked recreation room. 500 block of East Latimer Avenue, Wednesday A white 2000 BMW 328 was stolen overnight. Campbell Avenue and La Pradera Drive, 7:11 p.m. Wednesday A 19-year-old driver who collided with a fence was arrested for driving under the influence. SAN MATEO 1500 block of Yew Street, 1:36 p.m. Tuesday A house was ransacked during a burglary. FOSTER CITY Pilgrim Drive, 3:50 p.m. Wednesday Three dead birds in a driveway appeared to have been placed in a triangle. BELMONT Continentals Way, 7:26 a.m. Wednesday A Toyota truck parked in a secured garage was stolen. Hastings Drive, 5:56 p.m. Wednesday A residence was burglarized between 7 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. REDWOOD CITY Main Street, 8:27 a.m. Wednesday A woman was seen trying to force open the door to a camper on a truck bed. St. Francisco Street, 9:48 a.m. Wednesday Because an aerial bucket being used by a neighbor to trim a tree was leaning over a person's property, the person asked police to cite the neighbor for trespassing. Vera Avenue, 6:31 p.m. Wednesday Young juveniles were reported to be creating a disturbance with their yelling and screaming. MILPITAS Lawton Drive, Tuesday Outgoing mail was stolen. Landess Avenue, Wednesday An assault occurred. East Calaveras Boulevard, Wednesday A vehicle was stolen. PRINCETON Capistrano Road, 9:13 p.m. Tuesday A 48-year-old female driver who pulled out in front of a patrol car, forcing the officer to brake abruptly, was arrested for driving while intoxicated. HALF MOON BAY 600 block of Highland Avenue, 9:20 p.m. Wednesday A person hiding in a backyard took off when spotted by the homeowner.

John Kingsnorth, former superintendent of Otsego Public Schools, dies of ... - Kalamazoo Gazette - MLive.com

Wed, Feb 8, 2012
Before coming Otsego, Kingsnorth headed Deerfield Public Schools, a small district in Lenawee County.  He also served as superintendent in Fremont from 2002 until his retirement in 2009.After his retirement, he stayed in Fremont and was an adjunct professor at Cornerstone University in Grand Rapids.He earned his bachelor's degree from Central Michigan University, his master's from Western Michigan and his doctorate from Michigan State University.He was a high school math teacher before moving into  school administration.Kingsnorth was a member of the First Baptist Church of Fremont, Fremont Chamber of Commerce, Sigma Chi Fraternity, Fellowship of Christian Athletes’ and Big Brothers, according to his obituary.He is survived by his wife of 37 years, Jackie (Elder) ...

Services for Oakland City Hall Gadfly Sanjiv Handa Planned for Saturday - The Bay Citizen (blog)

Thu, Jan 5, 2012
A cremation service for longtime Oakland City Hall reporter Sanjiv Handa, who died Tuesday at the age of 55, will be held in Fremont on Saturday, according to AC Transit Director Christian Peeples, who was Handa's landlord. Peeples, who said he has spoken to Handa's mother, said the service will be held at the Chapel of the Angels at 40842 Fremont Blvd., south of Grimmer Boulevard, at 11 a.m. on Saturday. Handa, who lived on Howe Street in Oakland, was found dead at the nearby home of a friend in the 3400 block of Richm...

Delbert Charles Klima - Oskaloosa news

Thu, Jan 5, 2012
Delbert Charles Klima, 80, of Oskaloosa and formerly of Fremont, died Friday, December 23, 2011, at the Hospice Serenity House in Oskaloosa. He was born Monday, March 23, 1931, the son of Ernest and Mary Kroul Klima in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. He graduated from the Solon High School with the class of 1950. Following high school, he attended a radio electronics school in Omaha, Nebraska, where he received his radio engineer certification. In 1952 he was draf...

The future according to 'The Great Swami' - The Beacon

Wed, Jan 4, 2012
III leads the Browns to victory in the Super Bowl over the St. Louis Rams.• March 2022 — ODOT announces that it will begin a major study on a major expansion of both Ohio 53 between Port Clinton and Fremont as well as Ohio 2 between Toledo and Port Clinton in response to the closing of the Ohio Turnpike, which was sold by the state of Ohio 8 years ago to Mangiovani Investments Company. County Commissioners Randy Drummond, Brenda Smith and Larry Hartlaub applaud the decision.• April 2022 — A record hatch of Asian Carp ultimately affirms that the invasive species that appeared in Lake Erie in 2018 has now officially eliminated all native species. While filming his fishing TV show, D’Arcy Egan is struck in the face by a flying carp and knocked off the boat where he is bitten by a Round Goby.• May 2022 — Ed Fitzgerald announces a key strategic partnership with several other business owners on Put-in-Bay to allow gambling on the island. However, the McCann family balks at the proposal, so the primary source of entertainment on the island will continue to be rock ’n’ roll. LONG LIVE ROCK ’N’ ROLL!!! Ageless entertainer Mike “Mad Dog” Adams also commented, but his comments were not printable!• June 2022 — The Miller Boat Line introduces a new high-speed ferry boat, the S.S. Billy Market! It goes from Catawba Point to the Lime Kiln Dock on Put-in-Bay in 3 minutes! To commemorate the maiden voyage, the Lime Kiln dock plays host to 50,000 aging Parrot Heads as Jimmy Buffet performs on the Island.• July 2022 — Lake Erie turns green from heavy phosphorus-laden algae blooms from Monroe to Cleveland. The bloom kills all of the Asian Carp in the Lake. The massive kill is blamed on asbestos contamination from the artificial reefs created in 2012 from the ruins of the old Waterworks Building in Port Clinton.• August 2022 — The Inter-Lake Yachting Association’s annual Sail Regatta at Put-in-Bay draws 357 yachts from all over the Great Lakes. The event has become the No. 1 sailing event in the world!!! For the eighth straight year, former Beacon Publisher John Schaffner wins first overall honors! Oak Harbor joins Genoa and Elmore as a highly desirable residential community fed by the huge expansion of the Materion operation and the expansion at Davis-Besse. Because of the population shift, the County Commissioners announce that they will move the county seat to Oak Harbor.• September 2022 — Eric and Kassie Anderson’s NASCAR team featuring local driver Alonzo Russo, wins the Sprint Cup in Homestead, Fla. Football season begins with the Port Clinton Lakers favored to win the Sandusky Bay Conference championship. However, they lose to Oak Harbor for the sixth straight season as the Rockets go on to the Championship.

Wednesday, Dec. 7, 2011 - Sault Ste. Marie Evening News

Wed, Dec 7, 2011
Sharon Peckham June is survived by her children; Alfred J. Marchant of Sault Ste. Marie; Tom (Evelyn) Marchant of Erie, Pa.; Robert (Wanda) Marchant of Sterling V.A.; Paul (Mary Beth) Marchant of Fremont; and Jean Marie (Joseph) Busceti of Long Island, N.Y.; fourteen grandchildren; and six great-grandchildren, brother, James Peckham of Traverse City, sisters, Mary Bramer of Texas, Inza Homan of Newaygo and Josephine Schmuckal of Kingsley. A Memorial Service will be held at a later date. Please visit June's webpage at www.lifestorynet.com to sign the online guest book and share a memory with her family.  Arrangements were made with the Life Story Funeral Home, 752 Munson Avenue, Traverse City, Mich.Death NoticePEPPLER SR., WILLIAM D., age 85 of Kincheloe, Mich. passed away Monday, Dec. 5, 2011 at War Memorial Hospital in Sault Ste. Marie. A memorial service will be held on Saturday, Dec. 10, 2011 at 1 p.m. at the Nordman-Christian Funeral Home in Cheboygan with visitation beginning at 11 a.m. A complete obituary will be published in Thursday's edition.

Wednesday, Dec. 7, 2011 - Sault Ste. Marie Evening News

Wed, Dec 7, 2011
Sharon Peckham June is survived by her children; Alfred J. Marchant of Sault Ste. Marie; Tom (Evelyn) Marchant of Erie, Pa.; Robert (Wanda) Marchant of Sterling V.A.; Paul (Mary Beth) Marchant of Fremont; and Jean Marie (Joseph) Busceti of Long Island, N.Y.; fourteen grandchildren; and six great-grandchildren, brother, James Peckham of Traverse City, sisters, Mary Bramer of Texas, Inza Homan of Newaygo and Josephine Schmuckal of Kingsley. A Memorial Service will be held at a later date. Please visit June's webpage at www.lifestorynet.com to sign the online guest book and share a memory with her family.  Arrangements were made with the Life Story Funeral Home, 752 Munson Avenue, Traverse City, Mich.Death NoticePEPPLER SR., WILLIAM D., age 85 of Kincheloe, Mich. passed away Monday, Dec. 5, 2011 at War Memorial Hospital in Sault Ste. Marie. A memorial service will be held on Saturday, Dec. 10, 2011 at 1 p.m. at the Nordman-Christian Funeral Home in Cheboygan with visitation beginning at 11 a.m. A complete obituary will be published in Thursday's edition.

OAK HARBOR -- The Oak Harbor Public Library houses the Local History and ... - Fremont News Messenger

Mon, Nov 28, 2011
Liske said. Those who can't find the information they need in Oak Harbor are encouraged to visit the Harris-Elmore Public Library or the Rutherford B. Hayes Presidential Center in Fremont. Visitors also will find scrapbooks and old obituaries, plus meeting notes from several Oak Harbor clubs -- including the garden club, the Grange, the Thimble Club, the businessmen's association, the arts council and the Country Culture Club. They also will find a small book on parliamentary law, dated 1922, and Robert's Rules of Order. Both were the property of the Literary and Social Club. "The Literary and Social Club was instrumental in starting the library in 1908," Liske said. Normally, the center does not house enough items to warrant special exhibits. An exception was made this summer, when items from the now-closed Rocky Ridge Elementary School were displayed in the reading room. "We had about eight or 10 poster boards and six or eight tables full of stuff," Liske said. The library board approves donations. There is no place to house large items, but smaller ones are welcome. "It can be as small as a token," Liske said. "Anything that says, 'Oak Harbor,' or anything that was made in Oak Harbor." He hopes more people will volunteer to guide visitors in the local history and museum center. "It needs to grow. It needs somebody more than me," Liske said.

Coming soon: 'Centerville: A Saga of Mid-America' - Centerville Daily Iowegian

Mon, Nov 28, 2011
Fremont.” John C. Fremont was the first presidential nominee for the Republican Party, which was founded in 1854 to stop slavery from moving into Kansas and Nebraska. Fremont carried Iowa, though he lost nationally.Fremont did not, however, carry Appanoose County. And the county did not go for Abraham Lincoln in his elections either. McMurry said this is not entirely surprising, given that 38 percent of the population were southerners.But there is one twist in this statistic: McMurry found that the movement for civil rights for African Americans in Centerville came from Civil War veterans when they returned from the war. During Lincoln’s second campaign, when these men were still at war, they voted overwhelmingly for Lincoln. For some reason, the absentee votes from the county’s Civil War soldiers were not included in the final tally. If they had been, Lincoln would have carried Appanoose County.ImmigrationThe 1920 census of Centerville lists 40 countries of national origin. McMurry was so convinced this was an extraordinary statistic that she called Ellis Island to discuss it with the chief archivist there. She said he informed her that this was nothing compared to Peoria, Ill., which is considered the benchmark for diversity at that time.But she followed up with a call to Peoria, where she was informed that the most diverse census there was not the 1920 one but rather the 1930 one, and that it showed 44 countries of origin, only four more than Centerville in 1920 despite the fact that Peoria was five times bigger at the time.“It’s not just northern European,” she said. “There were Turks here, and the Jews were from Poland and Russia, and there was a Chinese laundry on the Centerville Square.”The MafiaThe Mafia was very active in the county. There were even two reported sightings of Al Capone, McMurry said. This past October, she gave a haunted history tour that told the story of Fred Burke, the main gunman in the St. Valentine’s Day massacre, who changed his name, took out a marriage certificate in Appanoose County and got married here (though, she pointed out, he was already married).There were more illegal stills producing alcohol in Appanoose County than any other Iowa county, McMurry found, at least by the arrest rate. The average number of arrests for counties was 25, and it was 68 here. The stills produced an alcohol called grappi that sold in New York City for $40 a gallon.A high number of Mafia-related murders occurred here, with the bodies often dragged up onto the railroad tracks. One time, near the present-day post office, the Mafia blew up a house.The Ku Klux KlanIn response to the Mafia murders, the Ku Klux Klan put an ad in their newspaper asking Klan members to move to Centerville and take it back from the Mafia.They did so by taking over the local Democratic Party. In 1922, the party was having a meeting to choose representatives for the state convention. In walked between 30 and 40 people, enough to take over the meeting and elect their own representatives.McMurry said there are many good reasons that local people should be interested in the history of Centerville and Appanoose County. One is that the way their ancestors dealt with the Klan after that was heroic.“How the people in the town stood up to the KKK, it should be a Stephen Spielberg movie,” she said. “If they knew not just what these peop...




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