Sacramento Obituaries

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  • 3 hrs ago | via RecordNET 

    Sally I. Morgan

    Sally served as past president of the Sacramento Camilla Festival and Ball. She was an active Candy Striper for St. Joseph's Hospital.


  • Wednesday Apr 22 | via NBC Bay Area 

    Wrong Way Driver, 4 Die in Crash: CHP

    Four people died in a multi-vehicle crash that has blocked multiple westbound lanes on Highway 50 in Sacramento, according to the California Highway Patrol. April 22, 2015.


  • Sunday Apr 19 | via KCRA-TV Sacramento 

    Event remembers boys killed in Lincoln-area ATV crash

    At Sacramento's Classic Tattoo Club on Sunday, it was a celebration of life for Jayden Seacrest and Blake Cronkhite, the two young boys who died after crashing their ATV into a pond near Lincoln last weekend. "We just feel that someone needs to step up and give them the opportunity to have some funds," organizer and store owner Lindsay Blackburn said.


  • Thursday Apr 16 | via Alaska Star 

    Kathleen Jane Hickey, 54

    Long time Eagle River resident, Kathleen Jane Hickey , 54, passed away on April 9, 2015 at Alaska Regional Hospital. Her daughter Alison and sister Patty were by her side, as she went to be with the Lord, after fighting a courageous and valiant battle with cancer.


  • Wednesday Apr 15 | via Visalia Times-Delta 

    Hart, Sharon Lucille

    Sharon Lucille Hart April 10, 2015 Orangevale, CA Of Orangevale, CA, born November 22, 1946, passed away peacefully in her home after a year-long battle with a brain tumor on April 10, 2015 at age 68. Born in Greenville, SC to Lucille Kimbrell and Thoyd Latham, she is survived by her loving children, Linda Roberts, Rebecca Eaton, and Jeannette Steed. She was the doting grandmother of 15 grandchildren and expecting her first two great grandchildren.


  • Wednesday Apr 15 | via Business Journal 

    Ed Goldman: Judy Seibold runs in memory of her fathe...

    Judy Seibold , a financial adviser for Merrill Lynch , began running in earnest after her father, Donald, died at 71 from leukemia. Most of the runs she undertakes benefit the local Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.


  • Tuesday Apr 14 | via The Virginian-Pilot 

    Use of stun guns eyed in officer-involved killings

    In this photo taken Thursday, Feb. 19, 2015, a presentation by Taser International on the use of their body camera systems is presented to members of various law enforcement agencies attending a conference hosted by Taser at the California Highway Patrol headquarters in Sacramento, Calif. Before a bystander's video led to his murder charge and firing, North Charleston Police Officer Michael Slager said he killed a fleeing suspect in a traffic stop after a struggle over his Taser.


  • Saturday Apr 11 | via 

    Eva Jean Sears

    Memorial services will be at 11 a.m. Tuesday in St Paul United Methodist Church with the Rev. Perry Hunsaker and the Rev.


  • Thursday Apr 9 | via 

    Musings of a Thursday afternoon in April

    Escaping from the news today, there was tennis to watch, or the first day of the Master's Golf Tournament. But if watching the inevitable winning of Serena - or the humiliation of Tiger left you with droopy eyelids - it really was time to step outdoors and enjoy this Spring weather - even with itchy eyes and sniffles as reminders of allergy season, too.


  • Thursday Apr 9 | via RecordNET 

    Frank Joseph Gwerder

    A third generation Walnut Grove farmer and cattleman, he was born in Sacramento on June 18, 1932 to Frank and Murrice Sheehan Gwerder. He grew up in Walnut Grove and graduated from Walnut Grove Elementary, Courtland High School and the University of California, Berkeley, where he was president of his fraternity, Delta Tau Delta.


  • Monday Apr 6 | via Fort Morgan Times 

    Memorial donations pour in for Richard Tibbetts

    One way that people remember loved ones who have died is by making donations in their memory to charities, organizations or causes that were important to the deceased. That fund has seen quite a bit of growth in recent months, both from investments and memorial donations being made, according to Heritage Foundation Treasurer Rob Carruth.


  • Monday Apr 6 | via The Bennington Banner 

    World's oldest person dies at age 116 in Arkansas

    The Williams Funeral Home confirms that Weaver died Monday at the Silver Oaks Health and Rehabilitation Center in Camden, about 100 miles southwest of Little Rock. Weaver became the oldest person in the world after the death of a 117-year-old Japanese woman last week, according to records kept by the Los Angeles-based Gerontology Research Group.


  • Monday Apr 6 | via Christianity Today 

    Morning Roundup 4/6/15

    Over the past 15 years of pastoral ministry, I have contemplated quitting at least 3 times. The first time was when I had to dedicate a tiny baby who had passed away after being born three months premature.


  • Thursday Apr 2 | via CBS Local 

    UOP Great, NFL Quarterback Eddie LeBaron Dies At Age 85

    CBS13 CBS13 is getting answers. See latest Sacramento, Stockton and Modesto news and weather from CBS13 News.


  • Thursday Apr 2 | via The Indianapolis Star 

    Flora Brown-Montgomery

    She was born to Reverend Lovie D. Brown and Maggie L. Brown in Indianapolis, Indiana.


  • Wednesday Apr 1 | via The Daily Republic 

    Charles Bell

    Charles joined our Lord on March 30, 2015, at the age of 78. Born in Sacramento, Calif., to Hilda and Samuel Bell, he was the seventh of 11 children. Charles attended Del Paso Heights Elementary and Grant Union High School and received his Bachelor's Degree from Sacramento State University.


  • Tuesday Mar 31 | via Burbank Leader 

    Burbank celebrates its trees

    Under an archway of green and white balloons in Burbank's Verdugo Park, in the shade of a few trees, city officials spoke of the benefits all trees provide - cool shade, certainly, but also clean air and natural beauty. City officials, staff and residents gathered Thursday to celebrate the city's Plant-a-Tree program, now in its 60th year, and mark National Arbor Day, which is officially April 24. The event, co-hosted by the city's Civic Pride Committee and the Parks and Recreation Department, included a tree-planting, a scavenger hunt and sapling giveaways.


  • Monday Mar 30 | via CBS Local 

    Cynthia Kelly, Gov. Jerry Brown's Older Sister, Dies...

    CBS13 CBS13 is getting answers. See latest Sacramento, Stockton and Modesto news and weather from CBS13 News.


  • Monday Mar 30 | via Dayton Daily News 

    HIRONAKA, Pete K.

    News Death Notice HIRONAKA, Pete K. Age 87, of Kettering, passed away on Wednesday, March 25, 2015. He was born in Sacramento, CA and was graduated in 1951 from Miami University in Oxford, OH.


  • Mar 26, 2015 | via Wahkiakum County Eagle 

    Julia E. Mackenzie

    Julia Ellen Mackenzie, 76, of Cathlamet , passed away Jan. 17, 2015, at St. John Medical Center. She was born July 24, 1938, in Sacramento, Calif ., to Charles Albert and Regina Beach, the third of 17 children.