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The tough fight is over for Chino Hills High School basketball standout Nnamdi ... were expected to be one of the premier teams in Southern California again next season with Okongwu returning along with brothers Lonzo and LiAngelo Ball. (Daily Bulletin)
He and his family moved to California in January of 1953. He worked for McLanahan Dairies in Santa Maria, then around 1958 they moved to Torrance, Calif., where he worked for Quinn’s Dairies, and later for JMB Dairies in Chino, Calif. After retirement ... (Pauls Valley Daily Democrat)
He married Linda Jo Woodhurst in July of 1960. The family moved to Chino Valley, Ariz., in 1970 from California. Eugene and Linda moved to Oklahoma in 1992. Eugene's life experiences varied from grocery clerk to machinist (business owner), and truck driver ... (Chino Valley Review)
Donald is survived by his wife of 23 years Elaine Beck; sons Jason Beck (Patty) of Prescott, James Smith of Camp Verde and Donald Smith (Brenda) of Prescott Valley; daughters Nicole Lanter (Kelly) of Chino, CA and Amy Bruno (Cecil) of Camp Verde ... (cvbugle.com)
He attended 1st-12th grade in Blythe, California, graduating from Palo Verde High School in 1972. He married Sadie Dill in 1980 and had his only child, Matthew, in 1982. He lived in Blythe, Chino Valley, Ariz., Riverside, Calif., Dillon, Mont., Palm ... (Palo Verde Valley Times)
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