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He returned to Napa, California where his parents were living at that time, having moved from Eureka in late 1945. In January of 1947 he went to Napa Junior College for two years and after being hospitalized in the Veterans Hospital in Oakland for one year ... (Napa Valley Register)
He met Marion Swanson on the tennis court in the hills of Oakland, California, in August 1952. They were married on Dec. 20, 1952. Three sons were born, David in 1956, Paul, 1959 and Daniel, 1961. The family moved to Newport in 1965 where Jack began his ... (Corvallis Gazette-Times)
Cheryl Ann Nelson passed away peacefully on Aug. 3, 2015 while on vacation in Butte, Montana. She was born in November of 1950, in Oakland, California, to her loving parents Earl and Verna. Cheryl graduated from Lake Washington High School and went on to ... (Kitsap Sun)
In her youth she attended Camp Arden in Oakland, Maine. Following studies at the University of California, Berkeley, Carol attended New York University, where she received a Bachelor’s Degree in 1942. At NYU, Carol wrote and narrated radio scripts on ... (Bangor Daily News)
His favorite teams were the Oakland Raiders and the OSU Cowboys ... Cemetery under the direction of Hart Funeral Home of Stilwell. Online guest book and obituaries available at: www.hartfuneralhome.net. (Tahlequah Daily Press)
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