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HANCOCK

William A. Hancock

William Augustus Hancock died unexpectedly of a heart attack on Jan. 14, 2000, in Davis. Born Aug. 19, 1944, in Gridley, he was 55.

He is survived by his wife of 34 years, Joan; two children, Lt. Margaret Hancock, USMC, and Cpl. Mason Hancock, USMC; and a sister, Anne Luoma of Fair Oaks.

He earned his doctorate in English at UC Davis, was a life member of National Rifle Association, and, at the time of his death, was employed by the Nationwide Mutual Insurance Co.

He was loved and respected by his peers and will be greatly missed, family members said.

A private graveside memorial service will be held Saturday, Jan. 29, at 11 a.m. at Rose Memorial Park in Fort Bragg.

Memorial donations may be made to the William A. Hancock Memorial Fund, care of the Golden 1 Credit Union, (800) 448-8181.

(Obituary from the "The Davis Enterprise," for the week of Jan. 16, 2000.)

HANDY III

Arthur Alvin "Chip" Handy III

Arthur Alvin "Chip" Handy III died Oct. 21, 2001, at Sutter Davis Hospital after many struggles with long-term illness. He was 47 years old.

He was born Nov. 6, 1953, in Springfield, Mass. He had a bachelor's degree from Catholic University of America and studied dramatic arts at UC Davis. He had lived in Davis since 1978-79 and drove a taxi for some time.

An experimental musician, he co-founded "The Militant Musician's Pond," and was a disc jockey at KDVS for awhile as well. He will be remembered for his beautiful smile and loving spontaneity.

Friends are invited to a memorial service Tuesday, Nov. 6, at 3 p.m. at the K Street Park in Davis.

(Obituary from the "The Davis Enterprise," October 30, 2001.)

HANKS

Audrey Eda HANKS

Audrey Eda Hanks

Audrey Eda Hanks died at Palm Gardens Convalescent Hospital after a brief illness on Aug. 22, 2002, at age 92.

Born Nov. 21 1909, she had been a Yolo County resident most of her life.

After competing high school, Mrs. Hanks went to Chico State to earn a teaching degree. She then earned a teaching credential and graduated in 1932.

She began her career in a one-room schoolhouse in Sycamore, a small community in Northern California. A few years later, she transferred to Woodland and started at Dingle Elementary School, where she stayed until retiring in 1965.

According to family members, "many native Woodlanders remember her as their 'elementary school teacher' who made a significant impact on their life."

She also loved to travel, and took day and weekend trips to places in Northern California, according to family members. She was also an avid gardener and card player, according to family members, and loved to socialize at gatherings.

Mrs. Hanks is survived by cousins Gale and Rilda Humphrey, Joy and Mervin Nichols, and Elizabeth Beoschanz, all of Woodland; cousin Charles Humphrey of San Jose; as well as numerous great nieces and great nephews in Colusa and Mendocino counties.

Family requests contributions be made to the Woodland Community Care Car Fund, P.O. Box 204, Woodland, 95776.

Kraft Bros. Funeral Directors is assisting the family with arrangements.

(Obituary from the Woodland "Daily Democrat," Wednesday, August 28, 2002.)

HANKS

Mickie Hanks

Mickie Hanks died in her Woodland residence on Oct. 6, 2000, at the age of 66.

She was born in Central, S.C. on Feb. 20, 1934, to George M. and Ruby L. Greene.

She was a resident of Yolo County for 37 years and worked as a homemaker all of her adult life.

She is survived by her daughters, Mickie Guevara and husband Crispin of Woodland, Georgeanna Brooke of Oroville; son, Tom Hanks and companion Diana Walton of Woodland; mother, Ruby Greene of Laurens, S.C.; brothers, George Greene Jr. of Gray Court, S.C., Thomas R. Greene and Roger D. Greene, both of Laurens, S.C.; sisters, Patricia Culbertson and Linda Brown of Laurens, S.C.

She is also survived by her grandchildren, Cande Reed and husband Derek of Madison, Monica Guevara and Crispin Guevara Jr. of Woodland, Shiela Brooks, Brandon Brooks, Jesse Brooks, Cassey Brooks and Kayla Brooks of Oroville. She is survived by her great-grandchildren, Robyn and Zeke Reed of Madison and Donny Brooks of Oroville.

She was preceded in death by her husband George W. Hanks in 1988.

Visitation will be held at McNary's Chapel from 6 to 8 p.m. today. Graveside services are scheduled for 1 p.m. Wednesday at Monument Hill Memorial Park.

The family prefers memorials be directed to the Yolo Hospice, P.O. Box 1014, Davis, CA 95617.

McNary's Chapel is assisting the family with the arrangements.

(Obituary from the "The Davis Enterprise," October 10, 2000.)

HANNAGAN

Allen James Hannagan

Allen James Hannagan died in Woodland Memorial Hospital Saturday, Jan. 26,

2002, at age 82.

Born Sept. 13, 1919, in Paso Robles, Mr. Hannagan was a native Californian. He was the son of the late Myron J. and Lulu (Betts) Hannagan, who were both native Californians. He had been a Yolo County resident for the last 56 years. He had been employed with A.W. Hays Trucking from which he retired. He was a member of the Local Teamsters Union of Sacramento. According to his family members, "he was an avid reader and during his lifetime he had read the complete works of Louis L'Amour and Zane Grey, as well as numerous other authors who wrote about the glory days of the golden west. Additionally, he loved to travel and camp, and together with his wife, they had traveled to all of the western States, from Mexico to Canada, in 1992 and 1993, visiting the places he had read about in the novels. Another great love was raising cattle and horseback riding."

Mr. Hannagan is survived by his wife, Hazel (McAnelly) Hannagan of Woodland; son, Michael Hannagan and wife Barbara of Woodland; grandsons, Allen Hannagan of Linda and Sean Hannagan of Woodland; great-grandson, Shane Hannagan of Linda; sisters, Audrey Matoza, and Blanch Whitfield; and brother, Robert Hannagan.

Visitation is scheduled from 10 a.m. to noon, Friday, Feb. 1, at Kraft Bros. Funeral Chapel, 175 Second St., Woodland, with a funeral service scheduled at 1 p.m., also at Kraft Bros. Chapel. Interment to follow at Woodland Cemetery, The Reverend Elmer Prout officiating.

Kraft Bros. Funeral Directors of Woodland is assisting the family with arrangements. Memorial inquiries may be made by calling 662-4658, or by contacting ww.legacy.com.

(Obituary from the Woodland “Daily Democrat,” Friday, February 01, 2002.)

HANNAGAN

Burton Alton Hannagan

Burton Alton Hannagan of Woodland died Wednesday, Oct. 12 at age 84.

Mr. Hannagan was born March 25, 1921 in Hollister. He had been a Yolo County resident for 74 years. He was a cadet at the University of Minnesota majoring in physics and served in the U.S. Army Air Forces from 1942 to 1946. For 20 years he served as a building manager for Caltrans. He was a member of Holy Rosary Catholic Church, did volunteer work for the Gibson Mansion and was a former member of the Woodland Elks Lodge and Kiwanis.

Survivors include Mr. Hannagan's wife 64 years, Lili "Lollie" A. Hannagan; his daughter, Susan "Puff" Hannagan; his granddaughter, Bridget Michael Lyss; his grandson, Thad Gabriel Ellis; his great-grandchildren, Brittany Haywood, Braden Lyss and Christian Lyss; and his sister Lynn Sperr. He was preceded in death by an infant daughter and his parents, Ira and Nellie Hannagan.

Services: A prayer service is scheduled for 11 a.m. Tuesday, Oct. 18 at St. Joseph's Mausoleum, Woodland. Entombment will be at St. Joseph's Mausoleum. McNary's Chapel is assisting the family with arrangements.

(Obituary from the Woodland "Daily Democrat," Friday, October 14, 2005.)

HANNAGAN

Lili "Lollie" A. Hannagan

Lili "Lollie" A. Hannagan died in Woodland Friday, Dec. 30 at age 82.

Mrs. Hannagan was born March 30, 1923 in California. She had a master's degree in social service and worked for Yolo County as a social welfare supervisor for 30 years. She was a member of Holy Rosary Catholic Church and volunteered as a driver to take people to doctor's appointments for cancer treatment.

Survivors include Mrs. Hannagan's daughter, Susan "Puff" Hannagan and her fiancŽ Michael; her grandchildren, Bridget Michael Lyss and Thad Gabriel Ellis; her great-grandchildren, Brittany Haywood and Braden and Christian Lyss; and her sister, Pauline Dineen of Sacramento. She was preceded in death by her husband, Burton A. Hannagan and her infant daughter.

Services: A prayer service is scheduled for 2 p.m. Friday, Jan. 6 at St. Joseph's Mausoleum in Woodland. McNary's Chapel is assisting the family with arrangements.

(Obituary from the Woodland "Daily Democrat," Thursday, January 5, 2006.)

HANNEMAN

William Hanneman

William I. Hanneman died in the Cottonwood Healthcare Facility in Woodland on April 10, 2001. He was 87.

Born in Zamora on April 4, 1914, he was a lifelong resident of Yolo County. He played for the Zamora Hay Balers baseball team in the 1930s. He worked for several farmers in the Zamora area and retired from the Contadina cannery in Woodland. His favorite hobbies were fishing and using his metal detector.

He is survived by his sisters, Alice Riley, Ramona Nusz, Katherine Roach and Evelyn Hobbs, and brother, John Hannemann, all of Woodland. Also surviving him are numerous nieces, nephews and cousins. He was preceded in death by his sister, Wilma Palmer, and brothers Arthur, Ernest and Frank Hanneman.

A graveside service will be held at 11 a.m. Monday at Mary's Cemetery in Yolo.

Memorials may be directed to the charity of the donor's choice.

McNary's Chapel is assisting the family with arrangements.

(Obituary from the "The Davis Enterprise," Thursday, April 12, 2001.)

HANNIFEN

Owen Hannifen

Owen Mitchell Hannifen died July 5, 2000, at Woodland Memorial Hospital, in Woodland. Born September 16, 1938, in Buffalo, N.Y., he was 61.

He resided in Yolo County for nine years and was most recently a legal librarian for the county.

He is survived by his wife, Eclare Hannifen of Woodland.

A service will be held Wednesday at 11 a.m. at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, 1405 Cottonwood St., Woodland. The mortuary will be the North Sacramento Funeral Home and the cemetery will be the Woodland Cemetery, Indigent Monument.

(Obituary from the "The Davis Enterprise," July 2, 2000.)

HANSEN

Chris Gerald Hansen

Chris Gerald Hansen died in Woodland Saturday, June 21, 2003, at age 61.

Born on Aug. 18, 1941, to Charles and Marjorie Hansen of Live Oak, Mr. Hansen attended Live Oak schools. After attending the College of Arts and Crafts, he moved to New York where he worked as a fashion illustrator and designer and later as the art director of Overlook Books of Viking Press.

Mr. Hansen moved to San Francisco in the late 1970s, where he continued working as a graphic artist and costume designer, including designing sets and costumes for the San Francisco Ballet.

Mr. Hansen is survived by his companion, Darrell Schramm of Vallejo; his mother, Marjorie Hansen of Woodland; a brother David Hansen and his wife Paula Burnette of Folsom; a sister, Carolyn Bennett of Woodland; and nieces, Sarah Hansen of Sacramento and Katrina Hansen of Auburn, as well as many cousins here and in Denmark.

Memorials may be directed to Yolo Hospice, P.O. Box. 1014, Davis, 95617.

Services: A memorial service is scheduled in Vallejo on Saturday, July 19.

(Obituary from the Woodland "Daily Democrat," Monday, June 30, 2003.)

HANSEN

Francis Hansen

Francis Hansen died at his home in Boswell, Okla. Wednesday, Oct. 27 at age 67.

Mr. Hansen was born Sept. 24, 1937 in Roscommon, Mich. He was a veteran of the U.S. Army serving with the Airborne Rangers and was a member of the VFW in Woodland. He was also a member of the New Life Family Church of Boswell, Okla.

Survivors include Mr. Hansen's wife, Carol Hansen; his daughters, Debra Moody and Dorothy Minear, both of Elverda; his son, David Stephen Hansen of Boswell; his mother, Helen Noetzli of Sacramento; his sisters, Virginia Minatre of Sacramento, Alice Tommes of Roscommon, Mich. and Linda Ayers of Great Falls, Mont.; his brothers Herb Hansen of Bodega Bay and Max Hansen of Sacramento; 11 grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his first wife, Joyce Lorraine Hansen; his daughter, Laura Lynn Hansen; his father, Herb Hansen and his sisters, Dorothy Myas and Beverly Tubberville.

Services: Visitation was held Thursday, Oct. 28, at Miller and Miller Funeral Home, Boswell, Okla. A graveside service was scheduled for Friday, Oct. 29 at Restland Cemetery in Boswell, Okla. with Pastor Ron McKey and Pastor Rick Austin officiating. Miller and Miller Funeral Home of Boswell, Okla. is assisting the family with arrangements.

(Obituary from the Woodland "Daily Democrat," Friday, October 29, 2004.)

HANSEN

Jack E. Hansen

Jack E. Hansen died at Woodland Memorial Hospital Tuesday, March 11, 2003, at age 88.

Born Dec. 7, 1914, in Norway, Mr. Hansen had been a Yolo County resident for two years. He came to the U.S. in 1930s. He was a Sutter Basin resident for 65 years. He was a farmer for 65 years. He was a member Church of Jesus Christ of the Latter-day Saints and Robbins Lions Club.

Survivors include his sons, Jerry Hansen and wife Deanna of Knights Landing, and Michael Hansen of Knights Landing; grandson, Jerry R. Hansen and wife Patricia of Woodland; and great-grandsons, Alex Hansen and Aaron Hansen, also both of Woodland. He was preceded in death by his wife of 55 years, June Hansen.

The family requests memorials be directed to Robbins Volunteer Fire Department, P.O. Box 68, Robbins, 95676. Arrangements are under the direction of McNary's Chapel of Woodland.

Services: A private graveside service was held Friday, March 14, at Knights Landing Cemetery.

(Obituary from the Woodland "Daily Democrat," Thursday, March 20, 2003.)

HANSEN

Joyce Lorraine (Butterfield) Hansen

Joyce Lorraine (Butterfield) Hansen died of cancer Wednesday, July 2, 2003, at age 64.

Born May 27, 1939, and a native of Woodland, Ms. Hansen was the daughter of the late Jack and Dorothy Tyrrell.

Survivors include her children, Debra Love of Woodland, Dorothy Minear and husband Jim of Elverta and David Hansen of Boswell, Okla.; grandchildren, Matthew, Jeffrey, Jason, Cara, Leah, Kayla, Cody, Katrina, Cannon, Billy and Jaime; and great-grandchildren, Andrew, Heather, Dawnie Jo and Laura. She was preceded in death by her youngest daughter, Laura Hansen.

Arrangements are under the direction of Nautilus Society of Sacramento.

Services: A graveside service is scheduled at 10 a.m. Friday, July 11, at Monument Hill Memorial Park, Woodland.

(Obituary from the Woodland "Daily Democrat," Thursday, July 10, 2003.)

HANSEN

Margaret Elizabeth Dally Hall Hansen

Margaret Elizabeth Dally Hall Hansen died in Marysville on Feb. 5, 2006. She was 99 years old.

A memorial service will begin at 1 p.m. Monday at Dixon United Methodist Church, 209 N. Jefferson St. in Dixon. The Rev. Catherine Morris will officiate. Burial will be Tuesday at Tulocay Cemetery in Napa.

Born on Oct. 14, 1906, in Solano County, she lived in Davis with her husband for six years. She graduated from UC Berkeley and San Francisco State University.

She was a retired primary grade public school teacher in Solano and Napa counties. She was also, until her death, the senior partner in Hall Wallace Dally Partners, a ranching partnership in its 160th year of operation in Northern California.

She was associated with the Rebekah Lodge in Vacaville, the Association of American University Women, Tremont Church Mite Society in Davis, the Napa County Retired Teachers Association and the Dixon United Methodist Church.

She was preceded in death by her husbands Richard C. Hall and Willis E. Hansen, her son Richard C. Hall, her sister Georgiana C. Wallace and her brother, Olympic gold medalist William M. Dally.

She is survived by her son, Craig Hall of Marysville; her daughters-in-laws, Martha C. Bunce of Yuba County and Shirleen B. Hall of Napa County; her five grandchildren and her four great-grandchildren.

The family requests that memorial contributions be sent to Sutter North Hospice, 826 Fourth St., Marysville, CA 95901 or to Dixon United Methodist Church, 209 N. Jefferson St., Dixon, CA 95620.

Ullrey Memorial Chapel Inc. of Yuba City is helping the family with funeral arrangements.

(Obituary from the "The Davis Enterprise," Thursday, February 9, 2006.)

HANSEN

Marilyn "Mickie" Hansen

Marilyn "Mickie" Hansen died Tuesday, Jan. 31 at Washoe Medical Center In Reno, Nev. from injuries sustained in an auto accident. She was 61.

Mrs. Hansen was born in Twin Falls, Idaho on Jan. 19, 1945 to Wayne and Mary Knauff. She had been a Yolo County resident for 12 years. She attended Paradise Adventist School for elementary school and high school at Monterey Bay Academy where she graduated in 1963. She attended college at Pacific Union College, La Sierra College and Loma Linda University, where she graduated in 1967 with a Bachelor of Science in Dental Hygiene. She practiced dental hygiene in San Bernardino and in Canada along the British Columbia coast before moving to the Woodland area in 1972 where she and her husband operated their own dental practice until 1984. They then continued to work in private practice in Sacramento until moving to Susanville in 2004. In Susanville she worked as a dental hygienist for Drs. Linda and Curtis Vixie and their associate Dr. Veryl Drury. She was a member of the Lassen County Dental Hygiene Association and Laueate Theta Psi Sorority.

Survivors include Mrs. Hansen's husband of 39 years, Larry Hansen of Susanville; her sons, Jereme Hansen of Vancouver, Wash. and Jason Hansen and his wife Tobreth; and her granddaughters, Daitarih and Phyllis all of San Jose; her brothers, Daryl Knauff and his wife Stelle of Sequim, Wash. and Roger Knauff and his wife Gayle of Grants Pass, Ore.; her sister-in-law, Darlene Hansen of Dawsonville, Ga.; her brothers-in-law, Floyd Hansen and his wife Rose of Susanville, Don Hansen and his wife Michelle of Plymouth, Mass.; three nieces; seven nephews; and numerous aunts, uncles and cousins. She was preceded in death by her parents, Wayne and Mary Knauff.

The family requests memorials in Mrs. Hansen's name be directed to the Susanville Symphony Society, P.O. Box 2172, Susanville, CA 96130.

Services: A celebration of Mrs. Hansen's life will be held from 4 to 7 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 18 at the Hotel Woodland, 436 Main St., Woodland with Dick Matthews of Woodland officiating. Truckee Meadows Cremation and Burial Services of Reno assisted the family with arrangements.

(Obituary from the Woodland "Daily Democrat," Wednesday, February 15, 2006.)

HANSEN

Mary N. Hansen

Mary Nancy Hansen died Dec. 8, 1999, at Woodland Memorial Hospital. Born in Dublin, Ga., on July 25, 1946, she was 53.

She was a resident of Yolo County for 52 years and was employed as an accounting clerk in the Yolo County auditor's office for 35 years. She loved photography and was an avid fan of the San Francisco Giants.

She is survived by her husband, Robert Hansen of Woodland; stepson, Jack Hansen and his wife Patty of Ragland, Ala.; mother, Shirley Brown of Woodland; sister, Susie Anderson and her husband Andy of Woodland; brothers, Ed Brown and Tom Brown and his wife Dale, all of Woodland; granddaughter, Felicia Hansen of Ragland, Ala.; three nieces, Laura Brown, Tiffany Brown and Nicole Anderson of Woodland; and a nephew, Mark Brown of Woodland.

She also is survived by her good friends, Debbie Brown and Joann Young of Woodland.

She was preceded in death by her father, James Brown, in 1993.

Visitation will be held at McNary's Chapel on Monday from 6 to 8 p.m. A service will be held Tuesday at 1 p.m. at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints at Pioneer and East Gum avenues in Woodland. Burial will follow at Monument Hill Memorial Park.

The family requests that memorial contributions be directed to diabetes research.

(Obituary from the "The Davis Enterprise," for the week of Dec. 12, 1999.)

HANSEN

Susanville resident Marilyn "Mickie" Hansen

Susanville resident Marilyn "Mickie" Hansen passed away Jan. 31, 2006 at Washoe Medical Center In Reno, Nev. from injuries sustained in an auto accident on Jan. 30.

Mickie, as her family called her, was born in Twin Falls, Idaho on Jan. 19, 1945 to Wayne and Mary Knauff. The family lived in Salmon, Idaho until Mickie was five and then moved to Paradise. She attended Paradise Adventist School through all eight elementary school years. Her high school years were spent at Monterey Bay Academy where she graduated in 1963. Her college education was obtained at Pacific Union College, La Sierra College and Loma Linda University where she graduated in 1967 with a Bachelor of Science in Dental Hygiene.

Mickie met Larry Hansen while attending Monterey Bay Academy and they later became engaged while attending La Sierra College. They married on Sept. 11, 1966. She practiced dental hygiene in San Bernardino until husband Larry graduated from Loma Linda School of Dentistry in 1971. They spent a year working in Canada, along the British Columbia coast, before moving to the Woodland area in 1972 where they operated their own dental practice until 1984. They then continued to work in private practice in Sacramento until moving to Susanville in 2004. Mickie worked in Susanville as a dental hygienist for Drs. Linda and Curtis Vixie and their associate Dr. Veryl Drury.

Mickie loved bicycling, traveling, gardening, skiing, reading and being in the great outdoors. One of her greatest joys was spending time with her two granddaughters, Daitarih, 2 1/2, and Phyllis, 8 months. She was a member of the Lassen County Dental Hygiene Assoc. and Laueate Theta Psi Sorority.

She is survived by her husband of 39 years, Dr. Larry Hansen of Susanville and sons Jereme of Vancouver, Wash. and Jason Hansen and wife Tobreth along with their daughters Daitarih and Phyllis of San Jose. Survivors include brothers Daryl Knauff and wife Stelle of Sequim, Wash. and Roger Knauff and wife Gayle of Grants Pass, Ore. Also surviving is brother-in-law Dr. Floyd Hansen and wife Rose of Susanville, Dr. Don Hansen and wife Michelle of Plymouth, Mass. and sister-in-law Darlene Hansen of Dawsonville, Ga. Also surviving are seven nephews and three nieces plus numerous much-loved aunts, uncles and cousins. Mickie was preceded in death by her parents, Wayne and Mary Knauff.

A celebration of her life will be held at the Hotel Woodland, 436 Main St., Woodland from 4 to 7 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 18 with longtime family friend, Dick Matthews of Woodland officiating. Charitable contributions can be made to the Susanville Symphony Society, P.O. Box 2172, Susanville, CA 96130.

(Obituary from the Woodland "Daily Democrat," Tuesday, February 14, 2006.)

HANSON

Irma B. Hanson

Irma B. Hanson died on Nov. 29, 2005, at the age of 91. She led a full and exciting life that spanned three continents and countless adventures.

Born March 16, 1914, in Hamburg, Germany, to Wilhelm and Auguste Buchholz, she moved to Peru at 24 where she married her first husband, Alvin Ruehle, and with him bore her first three children, Helga, Heidi and Juergen. During this time, she and her husband owned a chocolate factory and later managed an exclusive hotel and restaurant.

She married her second husband, Frank Edward Wellman, and became pregnant with her fourth child. Her husband died tragically in an airplane crash before he could meet his son and namesake, Frank Edward.

With four children to care for, she returned from Peru to the familiarity of Germany, and spent a year there before immigrating to the United States. Her voyage across the Atlantic with her four young children took six weeks, through the storms of winter, eventually leading through the Panama Canal and making landfall in San Francisco.

She and her children settled in Davis. There, she built a new life for herself, beginning a career as an accountant that would span 30 years. She was active in community organizations and was president of Soroptimist International of Davis and the Business and Professional Women's Club. In Davis, she met and married her third husband, Howard Hanson.

Her family says she always preferred to remain as active as possible, always seeking new adventures. In her late 60s, she relocated for a time to Martha's Vineyard and enjoyed further adventures like hot-air ballooning, glider flying and sailing. Above all, she loved the romance of travel. She enjoyed seeing the world and took great pride in her extensive travels, including visits to the Soviet Union, Iceland and New Zealand.

At the time of her death, she was living near Davis. She died at Kaiser Hospital in Vallejo.

She is survived by her four children, Helga Jandera of Capay, Heidi Strauss of Vacaville, Juergen Ruehle of Richmond, Va., and Frank Edward Wellman of Charlottesville, Va.

She is further survived by eight grandchildren, Anne, Jane, Nicholas, Mary Anne, Hans, Katerina, Adriana, and Rebecca; and three great-grandchildren, Stephen, Emily and Isabella.

Arrangements are under the direction of Wiscombe's Davis Funeral Chapel. Those who wish to sign a virtual guest book may do so by visiting www.davisfuneral.com.

(Obituary from the "The Davis Enterprise," Friday, December 9, 2005.)

HANZO

Thomas Vincent Hanzo

Thomas Vincent Hanzo, a former Davis resident, died Jan. 2, 2004, at Doctors Medical Hospital in Modesto. He was 55 years old.

Born Feb. 12, 1948, to Thomas and Arlene Hanzo in Boulder, Colo., he was 8 months old when his parents moved to California. The family lived in Redwood City until Tom was 3, then moved to Davis, where he attended Holy Rosary Elementary School in Woodland. At age 7, Tom served as an altar boy at St. James Catholic Church in Davis.

After graduating from Davis High School in 1966, Hanzo served his country with the U.S. Coast Guard, fulfilling a tour of duty in Vietnam aboard the USS Winona. Upon returning home, he studied engineering and water biology at Hayward College and UC Berkeley.

Hanzo had a lengthy career in water pollution control, beginning with the East Bay Municipal Utility District. He later was hired by the city of Davis as a water pollution control plant operator and advanced to division manager. He was a statewide leader in water quality over his 25-plus-year career.

He was an active member and leader in the California Water Environment Association, a professional organization where he served as a statewide director, chairman of the northern region and president of the Northern Sacramento Valley Section. He was passionate about furthering the goals of his profession by organizing and participating in various regional and statewide conferences, as well as training sessions for plant operations staff.

His desire to acknowledge those who embraced the goals of continued learning and excellence in the profession led to the creation of the Plant of the Year award, now a statewide honor.

Hanzo's many accomplishments with the city of Davis were crowned by his leadership role in the development of the Davis wetlands project, a 400-acre wetlands used for waste water and storm water treatment that also serves as prime habitat for migrating waterfowl and other wildlife. The Davis wetlands was one of the largest projects of its type, and city staff have acknowledged that it would not have happened without Hanzo's vision, hard work and relationships with state and federal agencies.

This project satisfied several of Hanzo's personal goals, including creating habitat for local wildlife and migrating waterfowl while providing for improved water quality in an environmentally friendly manner. He was passionate about wildlife, as an avid waterfowl hunter and generous supporter of the various organizations that seek to preserve habitat for waterfowl and wildlife.

He loved everything about duck hunting - his friends, his Labrador retrievers, the days in the marsh, the anticipation and planning of the hunt, the gear, the social times following a day of hunting with friends, and particularly spending time with his favorite partner, his son Andrew.

Hanzo served as chairman of Ducks Unlimited and the California Waterfowl Association. He personally donated his time, leadership and significant personal funds to further the goals of these organizations.

He retired from the city of Davis in 2001. He was a founder of the Yolo County Resources Board and also was co-owner of PHL and Associates of Davis.

Upon retirement, Tom and his wife moved to the foothills to enjoy a peaceful life in the country, where he enjoyed his family and the great outdoors.

He is survived by his wife, Heidi C. Hanzo of Sonora; his son, Andrew Matthew Hanzo of Murphys; his four stepchildren, Heather Anne Whitear, Laura Ashley Gualco, Samuel Charles Whitear, and Chelsea LeAnne Marquez; his two grandchildren, Noah Christopher Thomas Hanzo and Olivia Rose Barron; his mother, Arlene C. Wichmann and her husband, Dr. Robert Wichmann of Davis; his father, Thomas A. Hanzo of Roseville; his brother, Chris Hanzo; his sister, Judith Hanzo; and two nieces, Jessica and Kate Hanzo.

A memorial celebration of his life will begin at 1 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 17, at 21546 Belleview Creek Road in Sonora, CA, 95370. Memorial donations may be made to a charity of the donor's choice or to Ducks Unlimited.

(Obituary from the "The Davis Enterprise," Saturday, January 10, 2004.)

HARBERT

Gregory Jacon Harbert

Gregory Jacon Harbert of Rosebud, Mo., died May 14, 2004, at his home, surrounded by family and friends after a long battle with cancer. He was 55 years old.

He was born May 22, 1948, in Sacramento, the first son of Richard Wayne Harbert of Eugene, Ore., and Charlotte Georgette Jacon of Paris. The family moved to Davis in 1960 where he attended local schools and graduated from Davis High School in 1966.

He married Kathleen Marie Barger of Webster Groves, Mo., on June 4, 1977, and moved to their Rosebud farm in 1979. There they raised two children and together founded Herbal Maid Fiber Farm. He worked for many years at the Owensville Small Engine Shop.

He is preceded in death by his parents, Wayne and Georgette Harbert of Davis.

He is survived by his wife, Kathleen Marie Barger-Harbert; son, Andrew Boehm Harbert; daughter, Josephine Doron Schnelting; two granddaughters, Hannah Irene Schnelting and Samantha Raine Schnelting; and in-laws Jack and Delores Page, all of Missouri.

He is also surviving by his brother, Bruce McHenry Harbert and his wife Sherry Lynn Harbert of Chico, and their six children.

"He will be dearly missed by many family and friends in the U.S. and Europe," his family said.

A memorial will be in June at the home of Jack and Delores Page of Rosebud, Mo.

(Obituary from the "The Davis Enterprise," Monday, May 24, 2004, 2004.)

HARBIT

Bonnie J. Harbit

Bonnie J. Harbit died on July 2, 2002, in her Davis home. She was 72 years old.

She was born on Oct. 18, 1929, in Newark, Ohio, and graduated from Newark High School.

After her marriage to Keith B. Harbit, she lived in Philidelphia, Pa., for many years where she worked as a data processor for Smith, Klein and French Laboratories.

The couple moved to Davis in 1986, giving her an opportunity to attend UC Davis, where she earned her bachelor's degree in religious studies.

She was a longtime volunteer for the Yolo County Library and the STEAC food closet, as well as an active member of the Davis United Methodist Church.

She is survived by her husband; sisters Betty McLaughlin and Flora McCrillis of Newark, Ohio; and her brother, Robert Hafer, of Newark, Ohio.

A private burial will be held at the Davis Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, her family suggests that donations be made in her name to Yolo Hospice, P.O. Box 1014, Davis, CA 95617.

Arrangements are under the direction of Davis Funeral Chapel.

(Obituary from the "The Davis Enterprise," Thursday, July 4,, 2002.)

HARDER

Victoria Mildred (Vannucci) Harder

Victoria Mildred (Vannucci) Harder died at Alderson Convalescent Hospital on Friday, Jan. 6 at age 87.

Mrs. Harder was born Nov. 6, 1918 in Capay to Etalo J. and Bianca R. (Giambastiani) Vannucci. She had been a Yolo County resident her entire life. She worked as a postmistress in the Capay Post office until 1940. Also, she was a member of Holy Rosary Parish, where she worked for 40 years as a caretaker of the residence of the priests.

Survivors include Mrs. Harder's son, Clifford Harder Jr. and his wife Jean of Woodland; her grandchildren, Stephen Harder, David Harder, Sarah Grisso and her husband Brandon, Aimee Harder and Bryan Harder, all of Woodland; Barry Harder and his wife Diana and Melissa Harder of Washington state; five great-grandchildren; her sister, Della Motroni of Woodland; her brother, Paul V. Vannucci and his wife Joy of Davis; and numerous nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her husband of 46 years, Clifford H. Harder Sr.; her parents; three sisters; and one brother.

The family requests memorials in Mrs. Harder's name be directed to the Holy Rosary Catholic Church Building Fund or to the charity of the donor's choice.

Services: A rosary will be recited at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 10 at Kraft Bros. Chapel, 175 Second St., Woodland. A Mass of Christian burial will be celebrated at 10 a.m. Wednesday, Jan. 11 at Holy Rosary Catholic Church, 301 Walnut St., Woodland with Father John Boll officiating. Kraft Bros. Funeral Directors of Woodland is assisting the family with arrangements.

(Obituary from the Woodland "Daily Democrat," Tuesday, January 10, 2006.)

HARDIN

Harvey Lee Hardin

Harvey Lee Hardin died Friday, Dec. 9 at Cottonwood Healthcare in Woodland at age 63.

Mr. Hardin was born Sept. 23, 1942 in Trona to Donald and Ruth (Jackson) Hardin. He attended school in Bell Gardens and Downey High School. In 1958 he joined the U.S. Navy where he served until 1962. He was employed as a laborer in the timber industry for more than 25 years.

Survivors include his wife of 37 years, Betty Hardin of Red Bluff; his sons, Douglas William Hardin of Red Bluff and Steven Scott Hardin of Fayetteville, Ark.; four grandchildren; his sisters, Janice Peterson of Red Bluff and Laura Mae Nicholas of Minnesota; his brothers, Carl Leroy Hardin of McCloud and Joel Elmer Hardin of Red Bluff; and numerous nieces and nephews.

The family requests memorials in Mr. Hardin's name be directed to the charity of the donor's choice.

Services: Respecting the wishes of Mr. Hardin, no services are scheduled. Evergreen Funeral Service of Woodland is assisting the family with arrangements.

(Obituary from the Woodland "Daily Democrat," Thursday, December 15, 2005.)

HARDIN

Sallie Gibson Hardin

Sallie Gibson Hardin died Feb. 5, 2003, surrounded by her family in San Francisco. Born Feb. 10, 1905, she was 97 years old.

She earned her bachelor's and master's degrees from the University of Colorado at Boulder, and was married for 64 years to Charles M. Hardin, a professor of political science at UC Davis. He preceded her in death on June 28, 1997. The Hardins lived on Miller Drive in Davis from 1964 until 1995.

She is survived by her daughter, Julia Hardin Hansen of San Francisco; her granddaughter, Sara Hansen Wilson; her grandson, Charles Hardin Hansen; and two great-grandchildren.

(Obituary from the "The Davis Enterprise," Saturday, February 22, 2003.)

HARDING

Warren J. Harding

Warren J. Harding of Anderson died Feb. 27, 2002, at his home. He was 77.

He was born June 18, 1924, in Oakland. He was a widely publicized rock climber. He was the driving force behind the first ascent of El Capitan in Yosemite Valley in 1958, which opened the Golden Age of big wall climbing in America. He also participated in many other first ascents throughout the Yosemite Valley and the Sierra, including the East Face of Washington Column, the South Face of Mount Watkins, the South Face of Half Dome, the Wall of the Early Morning Light on El Capitan, the Porcelain Wall, Keeler Needle and the West Face of Mount Conness.

Climbing the Wall of the Early Morning Light in 1970 was the high water mark of his career. His 1975 book, "Downward Bound," has become a resource for young climbers.

He was an innovator of climbing equipment and created new concepts of what was possible in rock climbing. He was a surveyor for the state of California for many years, as well as in private industry. He was a member of the Operating Engineers Local Union, No. 3. In his later years, he shared his climbing experiences and sense of humor in lectures and slide shows.

Survivors include his longtime companion, Alice Flomp of Anderson; his sister and brother-in-law, Ardeth and Howard Barber of West Sacramento; his nieces and nephew-in-law, Sue and Mike McGowan and Debbie Barber, all of West Sacramento; and his grandniece and grandnephew-in-law, Becky and Jeremy Olson or West Sacramento.

A memorial service is scheduled for 4 p.m. Sunday at the VFW Hall at 905 Drever St. in West Sacramento.

(Obituary from the "The Davis Enterprise," Tuesday, March 5, 2002.)

HARDY

Frances Jean (Major) Hardy

Frances Jean (Major) Hardy died March 9, 2005, in Davis. She was 88.

A memorial service will begin at 1 p.m. Sunday at the United Methodist Church of Davis, 1620 Anderson Road. Interment is private.

Born Feb. 10, 1917, near Decatur, Neb., she was the oldest of six children. She grew up on a farm, attended a one-room school and entered college at the age of 16. She was granted a scholarship to the University of Nebraska, where she was elected to several honorary societies and obtained her bachelor's degree in 1938 in home economics.

She moved to Minnesota in 1939, where she worked as a research assistant for the Minnesota Agricultural Experimental Station, was elected to an honorary chemical society and obtained her master's degree in foods and nutrition from the University of Minnesota in 1943.

She married John Ambrose Hardy on April 12, 1941. The couple moved around the country and, although she worked as a riveter for the North American Aircraft Co. in Pasadena in 1944, her real vocation was teaching at the college and high school level.

She and her husband moved to Davis in 1963 and her last job, from 1959 to 1979, was teaching home economics at Hiram Johnson Senior High School in Sacramento.

The Hardys traveled extensively, both during school vacations and after their retirement. They also spent a year in Peshawar, Pakistan.

She was preceded in death by her husband John, who died in August 2000.

She is survived by her daughter, Jane Hardy Miller of Miami, Fla.; her brother, Leon Major of Fairbanks, Alaska; and her grandchildren, Farren and Travis Miller of Miami, Fla.

In lieu of flowers, remembrances may be made in her name to Yolo Hospice, P.O. Box 1014, Davis, CA 95617. A virtual guest book may be signed at http://www.davisfuneral.com. Arrangements are under the direction of Davis Funeral Chapel.

(Obituary from the "The Davis Enterprise," Friday, March 11, 2005.)

HARDY

John A. Hardy

John Ambrose Hardy passed died on Wednesday, Aug. 16, 2000. Born on June 25, 1910, in Cathay, N.D., he was 90.

A 36-year resident of Davis, he attended several universities to get his bachelor's and master's degrees in chemistry.

Mr. Hardy worked at UC Davis as a lab technician in the Agronomy Department. He is survived by his wife of 59 years, Franses J. Hardy of Davis; his daughter, Jane H. Miller and her husband, Irving, of Miami; his brother, Arthur Hardy of Chicago; his sister, Charlotte Broschat of Mesa, Ariz.; his granddaughter, Farren, and grandson, Travis Miller of Miami; as well as numerous nieces, nephews, other relations and friends.

A graveside funeral service was held Saturday at Davis Cemetery. Arrangements are under the direction of the Davis Funeral Chapel.

Donations may be made in his name to a charity of the donor's choice.

(Obituary from the "The Davis Enterprise," Sunday, August 20, 2000.)

HARLAN

Guy Harlan

Death of Little Guy Harlan.

Mr. and Mrs. W.C. Harlan have had the hand of death laid heavily upon them this week, and the baby of the house has been taken from them. Pneumonia was the cause of death. Everything that medical skill and careful nursing could do was done to save the little fellow, but the fiat had gone forth, and they had to accept it, though with aching hearts. The funeral took place Wednesday afternoon, the services being conducted by Rev. T.R. Bowles, and a number of the family friends attending. The sympathy of all is with the bereaved parents in this, their hour of sorrow.

(Obituary from the “Winters Express,” Saturday, November 15, 1890.)

HARLAN

Joseph B. Harlan

Joseph Bernell Harlan died in his Woodland residence Oct. 27, 2001, at the age of 94. He was born in Woodland on the J.H. Harlan Ranch on June 19, 1907, to the late Claude Bernell and Grace Edna Harlan.

He moved to Santa Cruz as a young child and returned to the farm in 1925. While farming, he attended Armstrong Business School and UC Davis, where he received the Award of Distinction. He and his partner Theo Dumars began growing tomatoes in 1932.

He served on the Yolo County and California Farm Bureaus, receiving their Distinguished Service Award in 1969. He served on the board of Yolo County Flood Control and Water Conservation District and was instrumental in the development of the Indian Valley Reservoir. He served the USDA as chairman of the Crop Improvement Committee and was president of California Ammonia Co. for 15 years. He helped Best Fertilizer Co. organize construction of a cooperating ammonia plant.

He is survived by his wife, Jacquelyn Payne Harlan of Woodland; son Bernell Harlan and wife Sandy of Woodland; stepchildren Brenda Leonard of Woodland and Leslie Leonard of San Francisco; grandchildren Corey Sughrove and her husband Dave, Blake Harlan and his wife Melissa, Beth Masengill and her husband Tom, Henry Harlan, Christine Harlan and her husband David, all of Woodland, and Richard Woodward of San Diego. He is also survived by seven great-grandchildren.

He was preceded in death by his wives, Herta "Hattie" Harlan in 1978 and Sylvia Huttleston Harlan in 1992, and his daughter Patricia Woodward in 1976.

A funeral will be held Thursday at 2 p.m. at Mary's Chapel in Yolo.

Memorial contributions may be directed to the charity of the donor's choice.

McNary's Chapel is assisting the family with the arrangements.

(Obituary from the "The Davis Enterprise," Wednesday, October 31, 2001.)

HARLAN

Joseph Helm Harlan

(The following obituary was transcribed by Betty Loose.)

“Sacramento Evening Bee,” Friday, May 5, 1905.

YOLO COUNTY PIONEER DEAD

Joseph Helm Harlan Passed Away Last Night in Winters - Recalls The Killing Of Everett L. Craft.

WINTERS (Yolo Co.), May 5 - Joseph Helm HARLAN, a pioneer resident of Yolo County, died here last night at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Z. T. MAGILL. The deceased has been in ill-health for some time, and a few months ago removed from his home in Woodland to that of his daughter in this city. He has failed gradually, and yesterday sank into a spell of unconsciousness from which he never recovered.

He was a native of Kentucky, and 84 years of age. He came to California across the plains in 1853. He at first settled in Colusa County, afterward in Butte, and finally in Yolo. He took a prominent part in politics, and held several offices, one of which was State Senator. He was a farmer and banker, and amassed a large fortune.

A number of years ago Harlan killed Everett L. CRAFT, who was sitting on a bootblack stand in front of the Byrns Hotel in Woodland. Harlan's accusation was that Craft used offensive and insulting remarks in public places concerning his daughter - a statement which Craft's friends indignantly denied. The trial was one of the most celebrated ever held in this part of the State, and great crowds flocked to hear it. It was held in the Opera House at Woodland.

The Undine Boat Club, of which Craft was a member, assessed itself to assist District Attorney Frank SPRAGUE in the prosecution. The well-known attorney, Henry E. HIGHTON, of San Francisco, was the attorney for the defense. The case resulted in a disagreement of the jury, and the case was never again tried.

Harlan leaves a wife and three daughters, Mrs. MAGILL, Mrs. M.R. BROWN, of Woodland, and Mrs. S.J. SILL, of Berkeley, and three sons, C.B. Harlan, of Woodland, and J.L. and W.C. Harlan, of Winters.

The funeral will take place in Woodland Sunday morning at 10 o'clock.

(Please note: I am not related to the family listed above, and I do not have any further information on this family.)

HARLING

Robert C. Harling

In Winters, Sept. 22, 1876, Robert C., son of M.O. and M. Harling, aged 4 years and 2 days. The remains were taken to Woodland for interment.

The Winters Advocate, September 23, 1876 (This obituary was contributed by volunteer jch.)

HARMON

Elwin Scott Harmon

Elwin Scott Harmon died at Sutter Davis Hospital Tuesday, May 10 at age 90.

Mr. Harmon was born Jan. 15, 1915 in Upper Lake to Austin and Ruby (Scott) Harmon. He graduated from Upper Lake High School in 1933 and received his bachelor's degree in aeronautical engineering in 1937 from Cal Poly San Luis Obispo. He worked for Pan American Airways for 10 years before entering into civil service for the U.S. Air Force as a nautical engineer in the Santa Maria area for 20 years. He had been a Yolo County resident for nine years.

Survivors include Mr. Harmon's wife of 63 years, Evelyn Harmon also of Woodland; his daughters, Susan Johnson of Rio Linda and Rosemary Engebretsen of Citrus Heights; his son, Sherrick Scott Harmon of Astoria, Ore.; nine grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his brother, Verlyn Harmon and his cousin, Dean Scott.

The family requests memorials in Mr. Harmon's name be directed to The American Cancer Society, 1765 Challenge Way, Suite 115, Sacramento, 95815.

Services: Respecting the wishes of Mr. Harmon, private services for family was held Monday, May 16 in Upper Lake Cemetery in Upper Lake. Evergreen Funeral Service of Woodland is assisting the family with arrangements.

(Obituary from the Woodland "Daily Democrat," Wednesday, May 18, 2005.)

HARMS

Dortha Harms

(The following death notice was transcribed by Betty Loose.)

“Sacramento Bee,” Monday Evening, November 7, 1870.

DEATHS

At Chickory ranch, Yolo county, Nov. 6, Dortha HARMS, aged 48 years, 4 months and 29 days.

HARMES-
SANTISTEVAN

Gloria Y. Harmes-Santistevan

Gloria Y. Harmes-Santistevan unexpectedly passed away while at home on March 11, 2003. She was 51 years old.

Gloria was born on Aug. 7, 1951 to Gilbert and Sophia Santistevan in Walsenburg, Colorado. She was one of six children born to them. She remained in Colorado for a number of years before coming to California settling in Vacaville, where she raised her four children, until moving to Winters two years ago to be near her children. She was employed as a restaurant manager for 26 years. She regularly and faithfully attended St. Anthony Catholic Church in Winters and was described as a devout Catholic who loved God and was a member of Cursillo #16. She was also a member of the Fraternal Order of Eagles, Richmond Chapter.

Family was of the utmost importance in her life. She lived her life through her husband, children and grandchildren and made sure to spend as much quality time as possible with them. She especially enjoyed outdoor activities such as softball, camping and fishing. She even managed and coached her daughter's softball teams, raising her children to love sports. Her family described her as the most kindhearted woman they have ever known who would do or sacrifice anything to make sure her family was loved, happy and taken care of. She will be greatly missed by her family and all who knew her.

Gloria is survived by her husband, Robert Lee Harmes of Winters; children Rachel Gutierrez-Trau and her husband Joseph of Vacaville; Renee Gutierrez and her husband Herman of Winters; Richard Gutierrez III of Vacaville and Marlene Lara and her husband Joe of Fairfield. She is also survived by her brothers Steven Santistevan and his wife Jamie of Vallejo and Kevin Santistevan and his wife Tonya of Vacaville and by her sisters Esther Henricksen and her husband Kim of Vacaville, Teresa Hernandez and her husband Fortunato of Vacaville and Roxanne Corona and her husband Frank of Sacramento. She is also survived by grandchildren Ciara Gonsalves, Vanessa Gonsalves, Anthony Gonsalves, Gregory Contreras, Jordan Contreras, Justin Contreras, Alexis Gutierrez, Samantha Lara, Moses Lara and the Gutierrez family. Numerous nieces and nephews also survive.

A rosary was recited on March 17 at St. Anthony Catholic Church in Winters. The funeral mass was celebrated on March 18 at St. Anthony Catholic Church with interment to follow at the Vacaville-Elmira Cemetery in Vacaville.

(Obituary from the "Winters Express," Thursday, March 20, 2003.)

HARNESS

Georgia Veta Harness

Georgia Veta Harness died Monday, March 1, 2004, at age 83.

Born June 26, 1920, in Ada, Okla., Mrs. Harness was the daughter of the late William and Isabel Dunham. She was a homemaker and a home health care nurses aid for her adult life.

Survivors include her son, Ron Westbrook and wife Maggie of Paradise; daughters, Joyce McMath of Mulberry, Alaska, Patricia Lewis of Corning, Renee Moore and husband Victor Tabelin of Chiloquin, Ore., and Karma Ferguson and husband John Brann of Robbins; son-in-law, Mike Daniels of Mulberry, Alaska; sisters, Agnes Manley of Morro Bay and Nadine Howard of Bakersfield; grandchildren, Joy, Rocky, Nancy, Shawn, Regina, Linda, Kathy, Chad, Teresa, Suzi, Jackee and Ryan; and great-grandchildren, Brent, Taylor, Joshua, Timothy, Lydia, Robin, Miranda, Scotty, Ross, Neven, D.J., Justin, Bradley, Kayla, Katlyn, Jacob, Colton and Matthew. She was preceded in death by her daughter, Beverly Daniels, daughter-in-law, Gladys Westbrook; son-in-laws, Clyde McMath and Vern Lewis; grandson, Darren Flanagan; and long time partner Jim Alexander.

The family requests memorials be directed to Valley Hospice, 319 G St., Marysville 95901. Arrangements are under the direction of McNary's Chapel of Woodland.

Services: A graveside service is scheduled at 11 a.m. Saturday, March 13, at Arroyo Grande Cemetery.

(Obituary from the Woodland "Daily Democrat," Sunday, March 7, 2004.)

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