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and Vivian Leaf of California; brother, Jason Whitworth of Fayetteville; and devoted friend and mentor, Chris Owens of Kelso. A celebration of his life will be scheduled at a later date. Higgins Funeral Home ... Church of Christ in Antioch. (Elk Valley Times)
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She leaves a brother, Daryll MacDonald (Elaine) of Olympia, Washington, and niece and nephew, Nicole and Scott MacDonald; and sister JoAnn Westerbeck (John) and niece Kirsten Westerbeck of Antioch, California. Other survivors include brother-in-law and ... (Missoulian)
Visitation noon-7 p.m. Monday, Keith D. Biglow Funeral Home, and service 11 a.m. Tuesday, Antioch Baptist Church. Fields, Lucille M., 98, retired Hillcrest Hospital nurse's aide, died Thursday in Choctaw. Services pending. Moore's Eastlawn. Geeter ... (Tulsa World)
Nicholas Welzenbach, Higgins Mortuary, Antioch, California. Matthew Simpson, Deegan Funeral Chapels, Ripon and Escalon, California. Two chapels. Bob Pollard, Lotz Funeral Home, Roanoke, Virginia. Scott Griffith, Oregon Lyons Funeral Homes, Waterbury ... (Seeking Alpha)
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