Tuesday Mar 24 | via Daily Journal
Survivors include a sister, Sherry Ann Carter of Franklin; a brother, Billy Wilson Jr. of Moorpark, California; and two half sisters, Sherry Denise Helzer of Riverside, California, and Shanaree Reid of Las Vegas. Comment?
Monday Mar 23 | via Bethany Republican-Clipper
Thornton Ned Daily, loving husband, brother, father and grandfather, passed away peacefully after a very short illness on March 16, 2015. Comment?
Saturday Mar 21 | via Examiner.com
Special Warfare Operator 3rd Class Jason Kortz, 36, died Wednesday in a training exercise that went horribly wrong in Southern California. SWO 3 Kortz was based out of Coronado. Comment?
Thursday Mar 19 | via Times Herald-Record
Jason R. Walch Jr. of Pine Bush, NY, an 8th grade student at Crispell Middle School, and a lifelong resident of the area died March 17, 2015, at home. Comment?
Wednesday Mar 18 | via Peshtigo Times Wisconsin Community Newspaper
Larry Curran, 74, of Oconto Falls, passed away Tuesday afternoon, March 10 at home with his family present. Comment?
Tuesday Mar 17 | via St. Petersburg Times
Kimberly Hendrix often rode her bicycle through the streets of St. Petersburg, platinum hair blowing all around. The fashion designer was known around town for her bohemian princess energy, her sequins and ripped denim, her barefaced ease. Comment?
Friday Mar 13 | via Naugatuck Daily News
Desiree was born Feb. 3, 1983 in Riverside, Calif., a daughter of Dorothy L. Paiva and the late Alfred R. Paiva, Jr. Desiree loved her family with a passion and was an excellent mother to her son Jason. She had an enthusiastic love of life and loved cooking, watching the Food Network, music, dancing and off-roading. Comment?
Thursday Mar 12 | via Dayton Daily News
News Death Notice MOORE, Shirley A. 80, of Riverside, passed away on March 3, 2015. Born on July 7, 1934 in Dayton, Ohio. Comment?
Monday Mar 2 | via All About Jazz
The influential jazz producer, record company head and author Orrin Keepnews died today at his home in El Cerrito, California. He would have been 92 tomorrow. Comment?
Feb 26, 2015 | via Daily Pilot
The No. 22 is ever-present around the Orange Coast College baseball diamond. And, clearly, the inspiration wrought by the legacy of the Pirates ' former all-conference catcher Jourdan Watanabe, who died six years ago Thursday, remains alive and well. Comment?
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