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2102 Bsns Center Drive
Irvine , CA
(714) 638-1112
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Erma G. Zwiefelhofer

Sun, Jan 22, 2012
She enjoyed spending time with them, attending their sporting events, working in her yard, watching birds, crocheting, reading and walking in Irvine Park. Survivors include: two daughters, Ardell (Bill) Kurtz, Sharon (Tim) Normand; two sons, Glen (Luann) Zwiefelhofer, Dale (Mary) Zwiefelhofer; nine grandchildren, Dawne (John) Ramharter, Laurie (Lee) Douglas, Julie (Rick) Eidal, Ryan (Renee) Normand, Kraig (Sara) Zwiefelhofer, Sara (DJ) Clark, Brady (Kathryn) Zwiefelhofer, Cody Zwiefelhofer, Jessalyn Zwiefelhofer; 12 great-grandchildren; a sister, Florence (Ed) Swatzina; a brother, Edward “Bud” (Ardis) Nazer; and many nieces, nephews and friends. She was preceded in death by: her parents; a son, Allen; a sister, Malinda “Linda” Buchholtz; and four brothers, Orville, Gordon, Ben and Gerald. A funeral service will be held at 6 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 24 at Pederson-Volker Funeral C... (The Chippewa Herald)

Montgomery fights on after cancer scare - FOXSports.com

Wed, Nov 16, 2011
Montgomery plans to be on the sideline Nov. 11 when the Bears, ranked 24th in The Associated Press preseason poll, open the season at home against UC Irvine. Montgomery could not help but wisecrack about how his players could not possibly be happy to see him back on the court. But Jorge Gutierrez, the Bears’ senior guard and leader who accompanied Montgomery to media day, said the coach revealed a new side of himself when he informed his players of his condition last week at a team meeting. “Now, we feel more connected,” Gutierrez said. “We didn’t have much of a connection outside of basketball (before). He opened up a little more, so that helps us relate to him more.” Cancer is no stranger to Montgomery. His parents — father Jack was Long Beach State’s first athletic director and played football at UCLA with Jackie Robinson — died of the disease. And Mike's wife, Sarah, was diagnosed with breast cancer in the late ‘90s. (She is fine now, he said.) But Montgomery shakes his head at the suggestion those experiences have somehow prepared him to cope with his circumstances. “I don’t know about that,” Montgomery said. “It’s pretty personal when it’s you.” 1 North Carolina (62) 1620 2 Kentucky 1501 3 Ohio State (1) 1482 4 Connecticut (2) 1433 5 Syracuse 1338 td align...

Leona P. Giedd

Tue, Nov 1, 2011
Leona P. Giedd, 91, of 756 Irvine St., Chippewa Falls, died Saturday, Oct. 29, 2011 at Chippewa Manor Nursing & Rehabilitation in Chippewa Falls. She was born Sept. 27, 1920 in Bismarck, N.D., to Louise (Koenig) and Fredrick Hochhalter. She was raised in North Dakota. Leona married Edwin E. Giedd on Oct. 6, 1940, in Bismarck. She was employed as a dietary supervisor at St. Alexus Hospital in Bismarck. She retired in Feb... (The Chippewa Herald)

Read any good personal letters lately? Me neither - The Associated Press

Thu, Oct 20, 2011
And while some people are open in what they email, "it's a very different kind of sharing." Said history professor Jeffrey Nathan Wasserstrom of the University of California, Irvine: "There are indeed many ways that a decline in letter-writing will affect future historians, as many people in my profession have certainly benefited from the insights that written missives provide into how people of the past thought and felt," "Personally, I don't get or send many letters, at least not carefully composed ones," he added. Wasserstrom still turns to them as a source for his research. "I expect to make a lot of use of letters written by people held hostage in Beijing in the summer of 1900 in my upcoming book on the Boxer Crisis." Historian Kerby Miller of the University of Missouri-Columbia said friends "who have done research on immigrants of the last 10 to 20 years say that the letters were used as late as the 1950s and '60s, being replaced by long-distance phone calls and emails." Any subject that relies on correspondence — culture, manners, husbands and wives, lovers, friends, brothers, historical business, political history — could suffer a loss with the decline in letter-writing, Miller said. Yet there could be some benefit, he said. "Many of us used to always feel guilty because we never wrote enough — remember all those letters from Mom and Dad? Well, if Mom and Dad have a computer it's much easier to dash off a note every day or so," he said. "So maybe all the consequences aren't going to be completely negative. Maybe a vast load of guilt will be lifted from the shoulders of the American people." James Grossman, executive director of the American Historical Association, said future historians will be turning to email, as journalists already are doing. "Email is different from letters, but it is comparable. It is more easily searchable," he said. "But we will have to learn how to use it." So the loss of the personal letter may be a threat, but at least some of its functions will live digitally. Still, it's hard to imagine poet Robert Browning imploring Elizabeth Barrett to be his BFF. Associated Press writer Stacy Anderson contributed to this report. U.S. Postal Service: http://www.usps.com/ Copyright © 2011 The Associated Press. All rights reserved.

Read any good personal letters lately? Me neither - The Associated Press

Thu, Oct 20, 2011
And while some people are open in what they email, "it's a very different kind of sharing." Said history professor Jeffrey Nathan Wasserstrom of the University of California, Irvine: "There are indeed many ways that a decline in letter-writing will affect future historians, as many people in my profession have certainly benefited from the insights that written missives provide into how people of the past thought and felt," "Personally, I don't get or send many letters, at least not carefully composed ones," he added. Wasserstrom still turns to them as a source for his research. "I expect to make a lot of use of letters written by people held hostage in Beijing in the summer of 1900 in my upcoming book on the Boxer Crisis." Historian Kerby Miller of the University of Missouri-Columbia said friends "who have done research on immigrants of the last 10 to 20 years say that the letters were used as late as the 1950s and '60s, being replaced by long-distance phone calls and emails." Any subject that relies on correspondence — culture, manners, husbands and wives, lovers, friends, brothers, historical business, political history — could suffer a loss with the decline in letter-writing, Miller said. Yet there could be some benefit, he said. "Many of us used to always feel guilty because we never wrote enough — remember all those letters from Mom and Dad? Well, if Mom and Dad have a computer it's much easier to dash off a note every day or so," he said. "So maybe all the consequences aren't going to be completely negative. Maybe a vast load of guilt will be lifted from the shoulders of the American people." James Grossman, executive director of the American Historical Association, said future historians will be turning to email, as journalists already are doing. "Email is different from letters, but it is comparable. It is more easily searchable," he said. "But we will have to learn how to use it." So the loss of the personal letter may be a threat, but at least some of its functions will live digitally. Still, it's hard to imagine poet Robert Browning imploring Elizabeth Barrett to be his BFF. Associated Press writer Stacy Anderson contributed to this report. U.S. Postal Service: http://www.usps.com/ Copyright © 2011 The Associated Press. All rights reserved.

Obits for Sept. 4

Mon, Sep 5, 2011
Friday at the East Hawaii Veterans Cemetery No. 2 in Hilo. Casual attire. Survived by wife, Sachie Fukuda of Hilo; sons, Todd Fukuda of Hilo, and Daryl (Catalina) Fukuda of Irvine, Calif.; daughter, Sharilyn (Rick) Wagatsuma of Mililani, Oahu; two grandchildren; numerous cousins. Arrangements by Dodo Mortuary. Reginald N. Iwasaki, 67, of Hilo, died Aug. 29 at Hilo Medical Center. Born in Hilo, he was a sales representative for Mauna Loa Macadamia Nut Co., member of the Aloha Airlines Golf Club and past president of Hilo Hooganji. Visitation 9-11 a.m. Saturday at Borthwick Hawaii Funeral Home. No flowers. Service at 11 a.m. Survived by wife, Priscilla K. Iwasaki of Hilo; sons Ross (Jennifer Remmers) Iwasaki of Keaau and Ryan Iwasaki of Waipahu; brothers Raymond (Mitzie) Iwasaki of Long Beach, Calif., Leighton (Meryl) Iwasaki and Myron (Thelma) Iwasaki of Hilo; four grandchildren; one aunt; nieces and nephews. Arrangements by Borthwick Hawaii Funeral Home. Lucio Tomas Collado, 80, of Honokaa died Aug. 14 at Hilo Medical Center. Born in Laoag City, Ilocos Norte, Philippines, he was a retired vegetable farmer for Hori Farms. Visitation 5-9 p.m. Friday at Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church, Honokaa. Prayer service at 7 p.m. Visitation again 8-10 a.m. Saturday at the church. Funeral Mass at 10 a.m. (Hawaii Tribune Herald)




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