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MOE

Elizabethann Moe

Elizabethann Moe died at U.C. Davis Medical Center Saturday, Dec. 18 at age 43.

Mrs. Moe was born Jan. 29, 1961 in Los Angeles. She had been a Yolo County resident for 18 years. She worked as a special education instructional aide at Lee Junior High School and also played clarinet with the Yolo County Concert Band. Survivors include Mrs. Moe's husband, Don and her sons, Daryl and David, all of Woodland; her parents, Al and Barbara Bellini of Silverdale, Wash.; her sister, Denise Rodd of Scotts Valley and her brother, Dan Bellini.

The family requests memorials in Mrs. Moe's name be directed to the American Lupus Foundation.

Services: A vigil is scheduled for 7 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 21 at McNary's Chapel, 458 College St., Woodland. A Mass of Christian burial will be celebrated 10 a.m. Wednesday, Dec. 22 at Holy Rosary Catholic Church, 301 Walnut St., Woodland. Interment will follow the service at Monument Hill Memorial Park. McNary's Chapel is assisting the family with arrangements.

(Obituary from the Woodland "Daily Democrat," Tuesday, December 21, 2004.)

MOGER

John Allen Moger

John Allen Moger died in Woodland Thursday, March 4, 2004, at age 70. Born Jan. 3, 1934, in Hailey, Idaho, Mr. Moger had been a Yolo County resident for 13 years. He worked as a deputy legislative counsel III for the state Legislative Counsel Bureau. Prior to that he was in private law practice from 1972 to 1975; an assistant chemical testing engineer for the separtment (sic) of General Services from 1969 to 1972; and a senior engineer for Aerojet-General Corporation from 1963 to 1969. He served in the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers during the Korean War. He was a member of Woodland United Methodist Church; Masonic Lodge, Woodland Lodge No. 81, F&AM; Sacramento Masonic Lodge No. 40, F&AM; Scottish Rite Bodies, Sacramento; Ben Ali Shrine, Sacramento; Ben Ali Bedouins RV Club; and Yolo Shrine Club; member of the State Bar of California; Sacramento Traditional Jazz Jubilee and National Rifle Association. He was Senior Warden at Woodland Lodge No. 81, F&AM.

Survivors include his wife, Lillian E. Moger of Woodland; stepfather, Charles Moger and wife Ruby of Oroville; children, Roxanne Moger-Kennedy, Cheryl Grubaugh, both of Sacramento, Susan Yomogida of Roseville, and Kenneth Moger of Auburn; stepchildren, Johnnie Yother of Dalton, Ga., and Terri Welch of Chatsworth, Ga.; 12 grandchildren; one great-grandchild; and brother, Robert Moger of Placerville. He was preceded in death by his father, William (Bill) Moger; mother, Gertrude (Hirsch) Moger and brother, Bill Moger.

The family requests memorials be directed to Shriners Hospitals for Children, 2425 Stockton Blvd. Sacramento, 95817. Arrangements are under the direction of McNary's Chapel of Woodland.

Services: Visitation is scheduled from 4 to 8 p.m. today, Wednesday, March 10, at McNary's Funeral Chapel. Funeral services will be held Thursday, March 11 at 1 p.m., at Woodland United Methodist Church, 212 Second St., Woodland. Burial will be at Monument Hill Memorial Park, Woodland.

(Obituary from the Woodland "Daily Democrat," Monday, March 15, 2004.)

MOHR

Marjory Ruth Mohr (1st of 2 obits.)

Born April 30, 1936. Passed away Sept. 25, 2005. Loving mother of Janeece Richards, Greg Mohr and Cheryl Mohr and grandmother of Ernest and Laura Richards and sister of Don Haase and his wife Barbara. Marjory spent much of her life caring compassionately for the elderly and those in need. Her open heart and free spirit will be deeply missed. We were blessed to have Marjory's sweet soul in our lives.

A memorial service will be held at the United Methodist Church, Woodland on Oct. 15, at 11 a.m.

Visit the guest book at www.dailydemocrat.com.

(Obituary from the Woodland "Daily Democrat," Saturday, October 15, 2005.)

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Marjory Ruth Mohr (2nd of 2 obits.)

Marjory Ruth Mohr died in Santa Rosa Sunday, Sept. 25 at age 69.

Mrs. Mohr was born April 30, 1936 in Carlsbad. She had been a Yolo County resident for 15 years. She worked as a home health care attendant and was a member of the United Methodist Church and Toastmasters.

Survivors include Mrs. Mohr's children, Janeece Richards, Greg Mohr and Cheryl Mohr; her grandchildren, Ernest and Laura Richards; and her brother, Don Haase and his wife Barbara.

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

Services: A memorial service is scheduled for 11 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 15 at the United Methodist Church, 212 Second St., Woodland. The Daniels Chapel of the Roses Funeral Home and Crematory of Santa Rosa is assisting the family with arrangements.

(Obituary from the Woodland "Daily Democrat," Thursday, October 13, 2005.)

MOHRMANN

Merilyn Mohrmann

Merilyn Mohrmann died Nov. 18, 2004, at Sutter General Hospital in Sacramento from complications following a stroke she suffered last June. She was 74.

A memorial service will begin at 2 p.m. on Saturday at the Davis Veterans' Memorial Center, 203 E. 14th St.

Born Merilyn King Dec. 28, 1929, in Pittsburgh, Pa., she was the eldest of five children. She spent most of her childhood in Washington state. She graduated from Cheney High School in 1947 and attended the University of Washington and Washington State University.

In 1950, she met Gerald P. Mohrmann when they acted opposite each other in a WSU play. Later that year they were married. After receiving his master's in communication from the University of Washington, her husband's educational pursuits and teaching assignments took them to South Dakota, Florida, and in 1962, to Davis.

Her family described her as a veracious reader, and as someone who had a great love for the ocean, sailing and history. She was a member of the Davis League of Women Voters during the 1960s. She had a lifelong concern for social injustice that included fighting for the poor, the oppressed and women's issues. In 1965, she was a member of a group from Davis that marched from Selma to Montgomery, Ala., in support of Martin Luther King Jr.'s fight for African American voting rights.

She was preceded in death by her husband, Gerald Mohrmann.

She is survived by her son Paul and his wife Linda, her son Brian, and her daughter Regina, all of Sacramento; and her son Peter of Davis.

She is further survived by her grandsons, Paul, Cameron, Dustin and Nathan; and three sisters and a brother.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions can be sent to UC Regents - G.P. Mohrmann Lectureship, c/o Letters & Science Deans' Office, University of California, One Shields Avenue, Davis, CA 95616.

(Obituary from the "The Davis Enterprise," Wednesday December 8, 2004.)

MOHRMANN

Regina Mohrmann

Regina Mohrmann died unexpectedly on March 5, 2006. She was 51.

Family and friends are invited to a celebration of her life from 1 to 3 p.m. Saturday at Jean Harvie Community Center, 14273 River Road in Walnut Grove.

Born June 1, 1954, in Seattle to Merilyn and Gerald Mohrmann, she moved to Davis with her parents and brothers in 1962, graduating from Davis High School in 1972. In 1981, she received her bachelor’s degree from Sacramento State. She began working for Sacramento County in 1985, where she remained for 21 years.

She will be remembered for her quick wit and vivacious laugh. She loved the outdoors, whether it was the ocean, the mountains or her own back yard. On any given weekend, she could be found digging for crystals in the foothills or camping under the stars. Animals held a special place in her heart.

She is survived by her sons, Paul Mohrmann and Cameron Mohrmann; her brothers, Paul Mohrmann and his wife Linda, Brian King and Peter Mohrmann; and her nephews, Dustin King and Nathan King.

(Obituary from the "The Davis Enterprise," Sunday, March 12, 2006.)

MOLDENHAUER

Leonard A. 'Red' Moldenhauer

Leonard Alex "Red" Moldenhauer died on Sept. 25, 2002, at Kaiser Hospital in South Sacramento due to complications with diabetes. A 38-year resident of Davis, he was 72 years old.

He was born in Norfolk, Neb., on March 19, 1930, to Alex E. and Elise (Villnow) Moldenhauer; both were descendants of Norfolk pioneer families. He attended District 21 School in Stanton County, Neb., St. Paul's Lutheran School, Norfolk High School and Norfolk Junior College.

While enrolled at the University of Minnesota, he played football when Bernie Bierman still coached. During the Korean War, he served in the U.S. Army.

In 1956, he moved to California and began working for the State Water Resources Board. He subsequently worked for the State Reclamation Board and than as a basin planner for the Central Valley Regional Quality Control Board. Following his retirement from 18 years of state employment, he established Moldenhauer and Bennett Engineering Co., which later became Moldenhauer Engineering Co.

He loved his church and took leadership roles in congregations wherever he lived. In 1961, he organized a Sacramento area Lutheran singles group and there met Joanne Gatz, a teacher at Davis High School. They married in 1962. He particularly enjoyed many activities of the Lutheran Layman's League. He served as president of the Davis group, as membership chairman and as president of the California-Nevada District, and as representative for Region 14 on the Board of Governors of the International Lutheran Layman's League.

Concern and empathy for young people characterized him. He and Joanne were youth counselors at Davis Lutheran Church. With his own hands, he built much of Tahoe-Tallac Lutheran Camp. He was instrumental in focusing the attention of the International Lutheran Layman's League on involving more young participants. Many of his employees were students or recent graduates. His affability and his sense of humor drew people to him, especially his nieces, nephews and children of friends and neighbors. They often described him as a big teaser.

In addition to his wife, Joanne, his survivors include his sister, Ardith Wacker of Norfolk, Neb.; his brother-in-law, Edwin Gatz of Pasadena; his sister-in-law, Carole Gatz of Portland, Ore.; four nieces, two nephews and their families.

Friends are invited to a graveside service at the Davis Cemetery at 3 p.m. Friday. A memorial service will take place at Davis Lutheran Church, Eighth and B streets, on Saturday, Oct. 5, at 2 p.m.

Memorial contributions may be made in his name to the Lutheran Hour Ministries of the International Lutheran Laymen's League, 660 Mason Ridge Center Drive, St. Louis, MO 63141-8557.

(Obituary from the "The Davis Enterprise," Friday, September 27, 2002, (Yolo County). Submitted with the permission of the "The Davis Enterprise," 315 G Street, Davis, CA 95616.)

MOLE

Paul Angelo Mole

Paul Angelo Mole died Jan. 20, 2001, at the UC Davis Medical Center in Sacramento. Born March 13, 1938, to Angelo and Veronica Shumsky Mole in Jamestown, N.Y., he was 62.

After graduating from Jamestown High School in 1956, he accepted a football scholarship to the University of Illinois where he completed his bachelor of arts in physical education with college honors in 1960. He earned his master's degree in physical education in 1962 and his Ph.D. in physiology in 1969. In 1971, he completed his postdoctoral training in muscle biochemistry at Washington University, St. Louis.

He was a respected researcher, educator and author in the disciplines of exercise physiology and nutrition, with an emphasis in metabolism. He was professor and vice chairman in the exercise biology department at UC Davis. He also served as adjunct professor in the departments of physical medicine and rehabilitation and nutrition and was a member of the graduate groups in graduate physiology and the graduate group in nutrition.

Prior to joining the UCD faculty in 1977, he was a faculty member of the department of physical education at Temple University in Philadelphia, and the department of physiology at the Louisiana State University Medical Center in New Orleans.

His primary research interest was the study of complex metabolic response of muscle during exercise. Initially, this focused on the study of specific oxidative enzymes. Later, he and his graduate students at UCD began a series of studies on the oxygen kinetics and the corollary utilization of fat in carbohydrate during exercise.

The studies began with a major reanalysis of past key published data, followed by the development of a predictive mathematical model. This led to benchmark human studies using the technology of NMR and NIRS. His findings corroborated his theoretical model and challenged the conventional interpretations of their contribution during exercise.

Applied aspects of his research further clarified the role of exercise and dieting on weight loss. He clarified the effects of the pre-exercise dietary composition on the metabolism that occurs during exercise. His research legacy has left us with a much enlightened insight into exercise metabolism.

He was an active member of the American College of Sports Medicine, American Physiological Society and New York Academy of Science. From 1999 to 2000, he was president of the Southwest Chapter, American College of Sports Medicine.

He was preceded in death by his brothers, Richard and Angelo Jr.

He is survived by his wife, the former Patricia Peppers, whom he married in 1957; his daughter, Pamela Mennutti and her three children, Melissa, Michael and Jennifer of Oklahoma City; his son, Michael, and his two children, Marilyn and Joseph of Pittsburg; and his son, Gregory and wife Kristin of San Jose.

He will be remembered as a loving husband and father with strong principles and conviction. His personal pursuits centered on a love for the solitude of nature where he would fish or photograph. He had a passion for cooking, baking and sharing the results with family and friends.

In his memory, friends are invited to attend an informal gathering on Saturday, Feb. 10, from 2 to 4 p.m. at The University Club in Davis. In lieu of flowers, his family suggests contributions to the University of Illinois/Library Annual Fund.

(Obituary from the "The Davis Enterprise," Tuesday, January 23, 2001, (Yolo County). Submitted with the permission of the "The Davis Enterprise," 315 G Street, Davis, CA 95616.)

MOLINA

Jose Cintas Molina

Jose Cintas Molina of Winters passed away on Tuesday, Feb. 12, 2002 at Sutter West Hospital in Davis. Born on Sept. 20, 1921 in El Pilar de Lubrin, Spain to Francisco Cintas Ramos and Juana Molina Ramos, he was 80 years old.

Mr. Molina came to Yolo County in 1954. He retired after working 23 years for the Basic Company in Vacaville. His favorite pastime was fishing, a hobby he thoroughly enjoyed. He also enjoyed working in his garden. He was a very kind and loving person, and will be missed by his family and friends.

He is survived by his wife, Isabel, and daughter, Juanita, both of Winters. He is also survived by several nieces and nephews residing in Spain. He was preceded in death by his son, Diego, and sister, Juana Cintas Riquena.

A Rosary was held on Thursday, Feb. 14, at 7 p.m. at St. Anthony Catholic Church. A Mass of Christian Burial was celebrated on Friday, Feb. 15. Burial followed at the Winters cemetery.

(Obituary from the "Winters Express," Thursday, February 21, 2002, (Yolo County). Submitted with the permission of the "Winters Express," 312 Railroad Ave., Winters, CA 95694.)

MOLLER

Audrey K. Moller

Audrey K. Moller died in Woodland Memorial Hospital Saturday, June 29, 2002, at age 81.

Born March 24, 1921, in Canada, Mrs. Moller had been a 44-year Woodland resident. She was the daughter of the late Alvin and Hazel Klaffke. She was a homemaker all of her adult life. She lived in the Courtside Towers senior complex for the past 3 1/2 years and, according to her family, "enjoyed the activities there such as Bingo and trips to Reno, as well as gardening. She most enjoyed her time at the Indian casinos."

Mrs. Moller is survived by her daughters, Charlotte Riley of Woodland, Marilyn Leonard of Ridgecrest, and Jennine Jessee of Citrus Heights; and a number of grandchildren and great-grandchildren.

Also surviving are her sisters, Marty Dempsey of Boise, Idaho, and Ruth Wiese of Templeton; and brothers, Charles Klaffke of Downey, and Ben Klaffke of Sacramento.

A memorial service is scheduled at 10 a.m., Saturday, July 20, in Monument Hill Memorial Park.

McNary's Chapel is assisting the family with arrangements.

(Obituary from the "The Daily Democrat," Sunday, July 07, 2002, (Woodland, Yolo County, California). Submitted with the permission of the "The Daily Democrat," 711 Main St., Woodland, CA 95695.)

MOLSON

Addie Mae Logan Molson

Addie Mae Logan Molson died Wednesday, Jan. 16, 2002, three weeks before her 88th birthday.

Born Feb. 3, 1914 to Alvin and Hattie Logan, in Guinda, Yolo County, Mrs. Molson was the fifth born of ten children. She was a graduate of the University of California, Berkeley where she received her bachelor of arts in Spanish in 1940, with a minor in French. After raising her two children, she returned to college obtaining an elementary school credential from Sacramento State College.

She was the first African American to teach in the North Sacramento school district, retiring in 1972. Teaching was her greatest passion and she taught, as a substitute teacher, in the Woodland School District for almost 15 years retiring, at the age of 75, in 1989.

Mrs. Molson was active in many organizations. She was a life member of the Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. having pledged in 1932. She was a member of the Eta Gamma Omega Chapter in Sacramento. She was also a member of The Delta Kappa Gamma Society, International, Zeta Kappa Chapter, California, an Honorary life member of the California Congress of Parents and Teachers, Inc. The Yolo County Historical Society, and as a member of the Yolo County Historical Museum, was on the committee that saw the Woodland Opera House become an historical landmark, Town and Country, and a Charter Member of the Esparto High School Alumni Association. According to her family members, "she loved to accompany her husband Jim on the truck. She became a member of REACT. Her CB handle was Blue Bird and her husband was Early Bird."

She is survived by her son, James T. Molson Jr., daughter, Jeannette L. Molson, granddaughter, Michele L. Davenport, all of Woodland; grandson, William Thomas Davenport and his wife Jennifer of Sacramento; sister, Lorena Logan Taylor of Woodland and brothers, Roderick A. Logan of Sacramento and Carver D. Logan of Honolulu, Hawaii.

Mrs. Molson is also survived by her sister-in-law, Norma Logan of Oakland; nieces, Brenda Jones-Smith, Irma Logan Pendleton, Carmelita Logan Prince, Roberta Logan Hunt, Margo Lewis, Carolyn Logan Lewis, Estella Logan Hodge, Azalea Logan Whittaker; nephews, Lorin Lewis, Stephen Lewis, Carl Logan, Bill Logan, Rodney Logan, Hugo Logan, Jorge Logan, and Aaron Logan Jr. Also surviving are cousins; grandnieces; grandnephews; other relatives, extended family and a host of friends.

She was preceded in death by her husband of 62 years, James T. Molson Sr., on Feb. 12, 1997; brothers, Alvin A. Logan Jr., in 1988; Henry Booker Logan, in 1978; and Aaron C. Logan Sr., in 2000; and her sisters, Grace Logan Patterson, in 1990, Estella Logan Earl, in 1995 and Nellie Logan Lewis, in 2000.

A memorial service is scheduled at 2 p.m. Friday, Jan. 25, at McNary's Chapel, Woodland.

Graveside service will be privately held at Monument Hill Memorial Park, Woodland.

The family requests memorials be directed to the Heart Association, American Stroke Association; or any organization of the donor's choice.

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

(Obituary from the "The Daily Democrat," Saturday, January 26, 2002, (Woodland, Yolo County, California). Submitted with the permission of the "The Daily Democrat," 711 Main St., Woodland, CA 95695.)

MONACO

John Anthony "Jack" Monaco

John "Jack" Anthony Monaco of West Sacramento died Wednesday, Sept. 21 at age 59.

Mr. Monaco was born Oct. 6, 1945 in Summerville, Mass. He had been a Yolo County resident for 15 years. He graduated from Butte College with a degree in alcohol and drug studies. Since 2001, he had worked at the Cache Creek Lodge as a counselor and facility manager. He also had worked as a counselor for other 12-step facilities in other communities.

Survivors include his mother, Edith Vaughn and his stepsister, Donna Barnoski, both of Massachusetts. He was preceded in death by his father, John Monaco and his stepsister, Marie Fahey.

Services: A celebration of Mr. Monaco's life is scheduled from 1 to 3 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 2 at Creekside Park, 1513 Putah Creek Road, Winters. Kraft Bros. Funeral Directors is assisting the family with arrangements.

(Obituary from the Woodland "Daily Democrat," Tuesday, September 30, 2005.)

MONDAY

James K.P. Monday

DIED

Monday - At the Capital Hotel, Woodland, Jan. 30, James K.P. Monday, aged

32 years and 19 days.

The Winters Advocate, February 2, 1878 (This obituary was contributed by volunteer jch.)

MONROE

Tom Monroe

Tom Monroe, a long-time Yolo County resident, died Sunday, Feb. 2, 2003 at his residence in Bandon, Ore., surrounded by his family.

Mr. Monroe was born in 1918 to Yolo County sheriff James D. Monroe and his wife Gerry (Duncan). The youngest of seven children, Mr. Monroe preferred the family ranch in Capay Valley to the family residence in Woodland, and spent all of his summers and holidays on the ranch learning to ride horses, raise cattle, and grow alfalfa.

Mr. Monroe is an alumnus of UC-Davis and UC-Berkeley where he studied agriculture and forestry. He left college in 1943 to join the Army and served as a gunnery expert in England in support of the RAF.

Upon his return to Yolo County, Mr. Monroe returned to cattle ranching and in 1950 married Jean Polk. Together they raised four children. Mr. Monroe is survived by his wife of 53 years, Jean Polk; and his children, Tom Monroe and wife Ginny, Cathy Stephens and husband Doug, Betsy McClure and husband Jack, and Bob Monroe, and his grandchildren, Samantha Waterman and Wyatt Stephens.

It was important to Mr. Monroe that all of his children learn how to work on a cattle ranch, and from their earliest years he taught them to ride horses, herd cattle, handle a rifle, feed hay and build fence. He is fondly known by his family as 'the last real cowboy.'

When not working, Mr. Monroe enjoyed hunting, hiking, searching for fossils, and traveling in Mexico with his family and friends. He was an active member of VFW and Elks Lodge.

Mr. Monroe will be dearly missed by all of those who had the privilege of knowing him. At his request, services will be private. Correspondence can be directed to Jean Monroe, P.O. Box 1925, Bandon, Ore. 97411. Friends wishing to make charitable donations in Mr. Monroe's name should direct those to the Yolo County Food Bank, or the Yolo County Animal Shelter.

(A photograph of Mr. Monroe is included with this obituary.)

(Obituary from the Woodland "Daily Democrat," Wednesday, February 12, 2003.)

MONTGOMERY

Brent Lamoree Montgomery

Brent Lamoree Montgomery of Winters died suddenly Tuesday, August 3, 1999 at his residence in Winters. He was 59. Mr. Montgomery was born March 27, 1940 in Sacramento, and spent all of his life in Davis until 1996 when he and his family moved to Winters. He was the son of the late John E. Montgomery and Florence L. Montgomery of Davis. He was a supervisor in the Facility Services Department of UC Davis where he began his employment in 1974. He and his wife Kay were married in 1962. Mr. Montgomery was extremely dedicated to his close knit family and he had many interests; the most important of those being his love for outdoor activities. He was an avid duck hunter and campaigned for waterfowl conservation. While in high school he excelled in all sports, and he was a softball and little league coach.

He is survived by his mother, Florence Montgomery, of Davis, his wife, Kay, of Winters, daughter, Kim Montgomery Hyer, of Winters, son Brent Mitchell Montgomery, of Winters, sister Joanie Lindow, of Sacramento, and three grandchildren, Justin and Tess Hyer and Colten Montgomery.

Funeral services were Friday, Aug. 6, at 11 a.m. at the Davis Funeral Chapel. Burial took place in the Vacaville-Elmira Cemetery.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Ducks Unlimited, 3074 Gold Canyon Drive, Rancho Cordova, CA 95670-6116, Attn.: Bob Magaj.

(Obituary from the "Winters Express," Thursday, August 12, 1999 (Yolo County). Submitted with the permission of the "Winters Express," 312 Railroad Ave., Winters, CA 95694.)

MONTGOMERY

Dorothy (Lutz) Montgomery

Dorothy (Lutz) Montgomery died in Woodland Memorial Hospital Wednesday, March 27, 2002, at age 77.

Born Aug. 1, 1924, in Chico, Mrs. Montgomery had been a Yolo County resident for the past 40 years and had worked as a medical records supervisor for Woodland Healthcare for 22 years. After retiring from the hospital, she continued to work as a secretary at Woodland Skilled Nursing Facility until recently. A past president of Woodland Memorial Hospital Auxiliary, she loved all of the outdoors and especially "keeping up with Mom's Garden," according to family members.

Mrs. Montgomery is survived by her daughters, Sandi Galindo and husband Jesse of Woodland and Susan Erickson and husband Mark of Lafayette; and son, Scott Montgomery and wife Wanda of Woodland.

She is also survived by her grandchildren, Kelley, Cole and Britt Erickson, all of Lafayette, Taran Montgomery, and Ryan and Toni Galindo, also all of Woodland; and numerous nieces and nephews.

Mrs. Montgomery was preceded in death by her husband Ralph Montgomery, in 1996.

A prayer vigil is scheduled at 7 p.m., Thursday, April 4, at Kraft Bros. Funeral Chapel, 175 Second St., Woodland.

A funeral Mass is scheduled to be said at 10 a.m., Friday, April 5, at Holy Rosary Catholic Church, 301 Walnut St., Woodland, with interment to follow immediately at St. Joseph's Cemetery, Woodland.

The family requests memorials be directed to ALS (Lou Gehrig's Disease) Association, 2717 Cottage Way No. 15, Sacramento.

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

(Obituary from the "The Daily Democrat," Thursday, April 04, 2002, (Woodland, Yolo County, California). Submitted with the permission of the "The Daily Democrat," 711 Main St., Woodland, CA 95695.)

MONTGOMERY

Judy Ann Montgomery

Judy Ann Montgomery died in Bruceville Terrace Facility in Sacramento Sunday, Nov. 3, 2002, at age 55.

Born Aug. 21, 1947, in Montrose, Colo., Mrs. Montgomery was a 25 year resident of Sacramento. She was a secretary for 25 years last working for Donna Barnes. She was a member of the Capitol Christian Center.

Mrs. Montgomery is survived by her parents, Ann and Chet Lincoln of Gold River and Gerald Murray of Stockton; sisters, Janet Murray of Blue Canyon and Virginia Warnock of Ohio; and brothers, Richard Lincoln of Rancho Cordova, Tom Lincoln of Sacramento and David Lincoln of Woodland. Other survivors include two nieces and eight great-nieces.

A funeral service is scheduled at 1 p.m. Friday, Nov. 8, at McNary's Chapel, with Pastor John Treherne officiating. Burial will follow at the Woodland Cemetery.

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

(Obituary from the "The Daily Democrat," Thursday, November 07, 2002, (Woodland, Yolo County, California). Submitted with the permission of the "The Daily Democrat," 711 Main St., Woodland, CA 95695.)

MONTGOMERY

Miriam Montgomery

A memorial graveside service for Miriam Montgomery, who died Sept. 14, 2002, will be Saturday, Nov. 30, at the Davis Cemetery on Pole Line Road. Friends and relatives are invited to attend the 11 a.m. service.

(Obituary from the "The Davis Enterprise," Friday, November 22, 2002, (Yolo County, California).

MONTMORENCY

Donna Caroline Montmorency

Donna Caroline Montmorency died at Woodland Skilled Nursing Facility Tuesday, March 1 at age 70.

Ms. Montmorency was born in the Santa Clara Valley Nov. 1,* 1934. She had been a Yolo County resident for 10 years. She earned a degree in English in 1955 from UC Berkeley. She was employed as an elementary school teacher in the Bay Area. After moving to Woodland, she worked in the Senior Companion program and volunteered at the Senior Center.

Survivors include Ms. Montmorency's daughter, Jennifer Deaton of Oroville and her son, Fred Deaton of Charlotte, N.C.

Services: Respecting the wishes of Ms. Montmorency, no services will be held.

(* The day of birth in the heading and the text of this obituary are different.)

(Obituary from the Woodland "Daily Democrat," Friday, March 04, 2005.)

MOODY

Ella Amanda Moody

DIED

Near Winters, April 29, Ella Amanda, wife of Homer L. Moody, aged 22 years

The Winters Advocate, May 3, 1879.

(This obituary was contributed by volunteer, jch.)

MOODY

Freddie H Moody

DIED

MOODY - In Winters, July 16, 1878, Freddie H., son of Homer L. and Amanda Ellen Moody and grandson of Lorenzo and Emily A. Moody, aged 1 year 5 months and 14 days.

The Winters Advocate, July 20, 1878 (This obituary was contributed by volunteer jch.)

MOODY

Margaret Jane Moody

Margaret Jane Moody died in her Woodland home Friday, July 5, 2002, at age 82.

Born Dec. 15, 1919, in Stockton, Mrs. Moody was the daughter of the late Alfred and Hazel Holck. She had grown up in Stockton and Dunsmuir before moving to Guinda during her high school years. She had been a Yolo County resident for 30 years before moving to Oregon in 1981 and then returning to Woodland in 1996. She was an active member in Woodland Assembly of God Church for many years in the children's Ministries. She had worked as a secretary for many years.

Mrs. Moody is survived by her daughters, Karen Williams and husband Norman of Woodland, and Diana Reisenauer of Woodland; sister, Barbara Fair of Murphys; and brother, Ted Holck and wife Phyllis of Woodland. She is also survived by stepchildren James Moody and wife Laura of Kalispell, Mont., Nancy Murphy and husband Eugene of Pineeville, Ore., Rosie Robinson and husband Douglas of Woodland; Barbara Selby of Coos Bay, Ore., Elsie Chase and husband Dave of Roseburg, Ore.; and sister-in-laws Rose Moody and Faye Moody, both of Sacramento.

She is also survived by her grandchildren, Shane Journey, Shannon Journey, Allison Reisenauer, Doug Reisenauer, Doug Reisenauer and Bethany Reisenauer, all of Woodland; Melissa Williams and Natalie Williams, both of Esparto.

Mrs. Moody was preceded in death by her husband, Sam Moody; and daughter, Peggy Fertado.

A graveside service is scheduled at 4 p.m. Sunday, July 14, at Capay Cemetery in Esparto.

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

(Obituary from the "The Daily Democrat," Saturday, July 13, 2002, (Woodland, Yolo County, California). Submitted with the permission of the "The Daily Democrat," 711 Main St., Woodland, CA 95695. Please note: I am not related to the family listed above, and I do not have any further information on this family. This obituary includes a photograph of Margaret Jane Moody.)

MOORE

Barbara Ann (Covington) Moore

Barbara Ann (Covington) Moore died peacefully of pneumonia on June 21, 2004, in El Cajon.

She was the wife of the Rev. John V. Moore, who was a campus minister at Cal Aggie Christian Association in Davis during the 1960s. The Moores were perhaps best known for their connection to the People's Temple and Jonestown, where two of their daughters and a grandson died. They were very active in the anti-war movement in Davis during the 1960s, traveling to the Paris peace talks during the Vietnam War.

Born June 7, 1922, in Glendale to Harry H. Covington and Marian Estelle Allen, Barbara grew up with her older brother Bob in Alhambra and both went to the University of Redlands. Fate intervened when a young seminarian named John V. Moore caught a glimpse of Barbara at the wedding of some mutual friends. He began writing her long letters in purple ink (he was colorblind) and they finally met after a short correspondence.

Barbara really fell for John, literally falling down the stairs to catch him as he was leaving the locked door of her dormitory. After five more dates, they wed Aug. 29, 1943, and took the train to Rochester, N.Y. (meeting Sinclair Lewis on the way), where she graduated from the University of Rochester.

The next 60 years were action-packed, with moves to Elgin, Ill., Youngstown, Ohio, and then west to California where they lived in Del Paso Heights, Hayward, Chico, San Francisco, Davis, Berkeley, Reno, Nev., Sacramento and finally "retirement" in Davis.

The Moore family moved from San Francisco to Davis when John began work as campus minister with the C.A. House in August 1966. She lived in Davis from 1966 to 1972, and then upon retirement in 1981 until about 2001. She and her husband were members of Davis United Methodist Church, and John briefly served as an interim pastor at the church in the 1980s.

She bore three daughters, Carolyn, Rebecca and Annie, a still-born daughter, Barbara Alice, and a son who died at birth.

Barbara had a long history of involvement with the peace movement. She joined the weekly peace vigil on the G Street Plaza. The Women's League for Peace and Freedom sent her as a delegate to the "End the War Conference" in Paris in 1971. The delegation met with embassy personnel from the United States, Vietnam, North Vietnam and the Vietcong.

During her years in Davis, she welcomed eight or 10 young adults to live in her home for varying periods of time, and often helped individuals in crisis. She hosted in her home the organizing meeting of Friends Outside for the Vacaville prison. She was also active in the Democratic Party, and campaigned for Betsy Marchand in her first run for the Board of Supervisors.

She was one of the original volunteers when Loaves & Fishes was organized in the early 1980s in Sacramento and continued volunteering until she and her husband moved from Davis in 2001.

Along the way, Barbara was actively engaged in working for civil rights and for alleviating poverty. She participated in human rights parades in San Francisco and anti-war protests in Davis. She really found her niche at Loaves & Fishes and loved serving homeless men, women and children.

She delighted children with her witch's outfit, and in being asked why she didn't demonstrate flying for them. "I only fly at night," she replied.

She was well-known for her impersonation of the psychic "Madame Barbara," and in her "Rules for Fortune Tellers" wrote that for single women, young and slightly older, "Always tell them they will be meeting a handsome stranger soon." Although she was the quintessential minister's wife, she was chiefly an artist, musician, chef, activist and bohemian.

At retirement homes in Sacramento and El Cajon she brightened the lives of many with witty conversation, jokes and current events discussions.

She died peacefully in the arms of her husband of 61 years, and in the presence of her daughter and son in-law. She will be deeply missed, her family said.

She was preceded in death by daughters Carolyn and Annie and 4-year-old grandson Jim-Jon, all of whom died in Jonestown, Guyana, in 1978, and granddaughter Hillary in 1995.

She is survived by her husband, John, of San Diego; daughter Rebecca and son in-law Fielding McGehee III of San Diego; grandchildren, December of Council Bluffs, Iowa, and Tim Edgar of Bozeman, Mont.; and great-grandson Conner of Council Bluffs.

A memorial service will be held Saturday, July 10, at 1 p.m. at First United Methodist Church, 21st and J streets in Sacramento. A service of committal is tentatively scheduled for Friday, July 9, at the Davis Cemetery, but this is not yet confirmed.

Remembrances may be sent to Loaves and Fishes, P.O. Box 2161, Sacramento, CA 95812.

(Obituary from the "The Davis Enterprise," Tuesday, June 29, 2004.)

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Ernest J. Moore

Ernest J. Moore died peacefully after a short illness, on Nov. 18, 2005, at his home in Palo Alto. He was 86 years old.

A memorial service begins at 4 p.m. Monday at the Palo Alto Unitarian Church, 505 E. Charleston Road in Palo Alto, with a reception to follow.

Born in Germany, he spent a happy childhood and early adolescence there until his family fled the Hitler regime in 1934. He subsequently lived in Belgium and England, where he earned his bachelor's degree at the University of London. He and his family then emigrated to San Francisco in 1941.

He served in the U.S. Army Intelligence as one of the “Richie Boys” during World War II and participated in the landing at Normandy and the Battle of the Bulge. After his return, he received his doctorate degree in electrical engineering at UC Berkeley, at that time only the 10th successful candidate for this degree in that department.

He moved to Palo Alto in 1950 where he worked for SRI International in Menlo Park for 34 years, ending his career there as vice president. He then became the president of the Institute of Transpersonal Psychology for several years, retiring at age 70. He served on the institute's board of trustees until his death. He was a member of the Palo Alto Unitarian Church for more than 50 years, and served as president of its board of trustees for two terms.

His family described him as a man with many interests, including skiing until age 83, hiking, the study of French and a wide range of literature, especially history. He was known in his neighborhood for his walks with his dachshund, Emma.

He is survived by his wife of 63 years, Ursula Moore; his three daughters, Barbara Ellis and her husband Jim of Danville; Ginni Davis and her husband Mark of Davis; and Jacqueline Moore and her husband Steven Dantzker of Berkeley; nine grandchildren, Daniel, Eric, Alicia, Ben, Jacqueline, Jeffrey, Nick, Scott and Lizzy; three daughters by choice, Kathy Jessen of Oakland; Carolyn Couls of San Rafael; Clarkie Conant of Menlo Park and her son, Nathan; and one son, by choice, Richard Andrews of Santa Cruz; his sister, Ruth Schrag of San Francisco; and his late brother Frank's wife, Cecile Moore of Tucson, Ariz.

He will be sorely missed by all of his family and friends.

In lieu of flowers, memorial gifts may be sent to the Ernest J. Moore Memorial Scholarship Endowment Fund, for ITP graduate students, at 1069 East Meadow Circle, Palo Alto, CA 94303.

(Obituary from the "The Davis Enterprise," Tuesday, December 6, 2005.)

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James Douglas Moore (1st of 2 obits.)

James Douglas Moore of Woodland died Saturday, Sept. 17 at age 81.

Mr. Moore was born June 8, 1924 in Cooper, Texas. He had been a Yolo County resident for 55 years. He attended Woodland High School. During World War II he enlisted in the Army Air Corps and attained the rank of staff sergeant. In 1954 he opened his own business in Woodland, Body Works. He retired in 1973, after giving the business to his sons. After retiring, he obtained his real estate license and drove part-time for Budget Car Rentals.

Survivors include Mr. Moore's wife of 62 years, Mabel J. Moore; his daughter, Joanne Smyth and her husband Danny of Woodland; his sons, Jimmie Moore and his wife Katherine and Ronnie Moore and his wife Rita, all of Woodland; his grandchildren, Katie James and her husband Jerry, Bonnie Phillips and her husband Pete, Dennis Moore and his wife Michele, Ronda Moore, Crystal Smyth and Ellie Tetz, all of Woodland and Sara Baily and her husband Mark of Lodi; seven great-grandchildren; and his brother, Lindy Moore and his wife Charline of Fairfield. He was preceded in death by his parents, Burton Moore and Billie Malm.

Services: A graveside service is scheduled for 2 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 22 at Woodland Cemetery. McNary's Chapel is assisting the family with arrangements.

(Obituary from the Woodland "Daily Democrat," Thursday, September 22, 2005.)

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James Douglas Moore (2nd of 2 obits.)

James Douglas Moore of Woodland died Saturday, Sept. 17 at age 81.

James was born June 8, 1924 in Cooper, Texas. He had been a Yolo County resident for 55 years. James attended Woodland High School and enlisted in the Army Air Corps during World War II. He was ranked as a Staff Sergeant, Administrative Specialist until 1946. November of 1954, Moore opened Woodland Body Works and continued to do body work until 1973 when he gave the business to his two boys. Upon retiring from 'the shop,' his interest in Real Estate encouraged him to pursue a license and he began selling local properties while driving part-time for Budget Car Rentals. Moore loved spending time with his family and especially enjoyed watching his grandchildren participate in their extra-curricular activities on the weekends. He was a strong-willed man, who will always be remembered as having a deep love for his wife their three children throughout his life.

Survivors include James' wife of 62 years, Mabel J. Moore; his daughter, Joanne Smyth and her husband Danny of Woodland; his sons, Jimmie Moore and his wife Katherine and Ronnie Moore and his wife Rita, all of Woodland; his grandchildren, Katie James and her husband Jerry, Bonnie Phillips and her husband Pete, Dennis Moore and his wife Michele, Ronda Moore, Crystal Smyth and Ellie Tetz, all of Woodland and Sara Baily and her husband Mark of Lodi; seven great-grandchildren; and his brother, Lindy Moore and his wife Charline of Fairfield. He was preceded in death by his parents, Burton Moore and Billie Malm.

Services: A graveside service is scheduled for 2 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 22 at Woodland Cemetery. McNary's Chapel is assisting the family with arrangements.

Visit the guest book at www.dailydemocrat.com.

(Obituary from the Woodland "Daily Democrat," Wednesday, September 21, 2005.)

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Kenneth Alan Moore

Kenneth Alan Moore died in Placerville Saturday, Dec. 18 at age 50.

Mr. Moore was born April 2, 1954 in Fairfield. He had worked as a silversmith for 35 years. Ken was a loving and devoted husband, father, son and brother. He was a graduate of Woodland High School and a diehard San Francisco Giants fan. He loved the outdoors and was a fantastic cook. His specialty was his famous chili beans. He played for the Buzzard's Luck softball team in Woodland.

Mr. Moore is survived by his beloved wife of 21 years, Kristy of Grizzly Flat; his son, Oran Miller of Placerville; his mother, Juanita Niles of Woodland; his sister, Kay Meunch of Lakeport. He is also survived by countless extended family and good friends and his three loving dogs, Lolly, Stanley and Patrick.

The family requests memorials in Mr. Moore's name be made to Homeward Bound Golden Retriever Rescue, 7495 Natomas Road, Elverta, 95626 or www.homewardboundgoldens.org.

Services: A funeral is scheduled for 1 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 22 at Vaca Hills Chapel Funeral Home, 524 Elmira Road, Vacaville. Burial will be at the Vacaville-Elmira Cemetery. Vaca Hills Chapel Funeral Home is assisting the family with arrangements.

(Obituary from the Woodland "Daily Democrat," Tuesday, December 21, 2004.)

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Loyal M. Moore

MOORE - At Sacramento, January 6, 1878, Loyal M. Moore of Yolo county, aged 68 (? - difficult to read) years.

The Winters Advocate, January 12, 1878 (This obituary was contributed by volunteer jch.)

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Marie Regina Moore

Marie Regina Moore died in Woodland Sunday, Nov. 16, 2002, at age 91.

Born a Woodland native, Oct. 1, 1912, Mrs. Moore had been a Yolo County resident for 25 years.

Survivors include her daughter, Marilee Hardcastle and husband Dexter of Angels Camp; son, Myron Moore Jr. and wife Loretta of Knights Landing; and grandchildren, Michelle Moore of Knights Landing, Jimmy Marsden and wife Lorainn of Spokane, Wash., Shawn Hardcastle and wife Kelly of Fresno, and Patrick Hardcastle of Aptos. Also surviving is her brother, John Fitzgerald and wife Jane of Knights Landing; five nieces; one nephew; two grandnephews; and one grandniece. Mrs. Moore was preceded in death by her husband, Myron W. Moore, in 1993.

The family requests memorials be directed to the Holy Rosary building fund. Arrangements are under the direction of Kraft Bros.

Services: Visitation is scheduled from 1 to 4 p.m., Friday, Nov. 21, at Kraft Bros. Chapel. A funeral service is scheduled at 10 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 22, at Holy Rosary Catholic Church, Woodland, with interment to follow in St. Joseph's Cemetery.

(Obituary from the Woodland "Daily Democrat," Wednesday, November 19, 2003.)

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Marjorie Jean Moore

Marjorie Jean Moore died at Kaiser Hospital in Vallejo, Saturday, Nov. 23, following a long illness, at age 70.

Mrs. Moore was born March 8, 1931 in Irving, Kansas. She had been a resident of Dixon since 1938.

She married her first love and celebrated her 50th wedding anniversary in April 2000.

She spent many years teaching Sunday school and singing in the choir at Dixon Neighborhood Church. Known in the community to many as grandma, "she loved to cook and always had a house full of family and friends," according to family members.

She was a former owner and operator of Vicki's Drive-In in Fairfield from 1971 to 1978.

She loved to work outside and spend time with her family, playing games and eating, according to family members.

Mrs. Moore is survived by husband Bernard Moore, owner of Moore Tractor Company, children Debbie Knapp, Vicki Miller and husband Bob, Gary Moore and wife Barber, and Mike Moore and wife Kim, all of Dixon.

She is also survived by 19 grandchildren, seven great grandchildren, sisters Lois Cross of Arizona and husband Ken, Doris Moore and husband Charles of Okla., and Margaret Germoules and husband Pete, of Sacramento.

Family and friends are invited to a viewing scheduled from 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 26, at Carpenter Funeral Chapel, 569 North First St. Dixon.

A funeral service is scheduled at 10 a.m. Wednesday, at Valley Church, 5063 Maple Road, Vacaville. Burial will follow in Silveyville Cemetery, Dixon.

In lieu of flowers, family requests donations be directed toward the Marjorie Moore Memorial Fund, in care of Valley Church.

The Chapel of the Valley is assisting the family with arrangements.

(Obituary from the "The Daily Democrat," Tuesday, November 26, 2002, (Woodland, Yolo County, California). Submitted with the permission of the "The Daily Democrat.")

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Patricia D. Moore

Patricia Dudley Moore died Oct. 16, 2000, in Davis after a long illness. Born April 1, 1932, in Martins Ferry, Ohio, she was 68. As an individual who dedicated her life to her family, her community and the arts, she will be deeply missed.

She was born and raised in Ohio. The youngest of four children, she was an exceptionally bright student and went on to receive her bachelor's degree in education from Ohio State University. While there, she met Charles V. Moore, who she married on Aug. 28, 1954.

Soon after their marriage, her generous and caring attitude became evident as she took care of Charles' mother, who had suffered from a stroke while he was serving his country overseas in the U.S. Navy. Upon her mother-in-law's successful recovery and Charles' return from the Navy, Pat and Charles decided to raise a family in Ohio, having two sons, Gregory Charles Moore (1956) and Bruce Dudley Moore (1958). In 1959, they moved to Davis, where they had their third child, a daughter, Rachel Suzanne Moore.

Pat and Charles lived in the same house in Davis since 1959, with the exception of two stints overseas, in India and Saudia Arabia. During these overseas excursions, she was responsible for raising the children, including their homeschooling.

She was active in the convergence between family and community, serving the PTA for 17 years, including five years as a board member. She was active in the Davis Parent Nursery School cooperative for four years, including serving as a board member for a year. She was also actively involved in numerous other organizations revolving around her children, including 4-H, Cub Scouts, Campfire Girls and the radical splinter group, the Happy Faces.

She returned to school to receive her master's degree from UC Davis in consumer economics. She subsequently became an organizer of the Davis Consumer Protection Bureau and Gov. Jerry Brown appointed her as the public member of the State of California Wine Grape Growers Advisory Board, which she served on for seven years.

She and friends launched their own business, GrannyPins, which created the GrannyPin Dolls. They later created the GrannyPins "Solar Dryer," a product that was once featured on Johnny Carson's "Tonight Show." She was also a well-known local landlord.

She was a stalwart supporter of women's issues: She served with the League of Women Voters for 10 years, including three as a board member. She also conducted personal finance courses directed toward single women at the Family Service Agency. She was an organizer of the International Women's Club in Riyadh, Saudia Arabia.

She served a diverse array of organizations and causes. She was involved with the University Farm Circle where she served as the newcomers co-chairman for two years. She served on various city and school bond advisory committees. She also was active at the university, including having served as the chairman of the consumer science graduate group, the dean's committee for consumer science graduate curriculum and the Davis consumers complaint committee.

She may best be remembered as a vocal and active supporter of the arts and her community. She served as a member of the Davis Civic Arts Commission for 10 years and as chair of the Davis Community Performing Arts Pavilion project for four years. She had been intimately involved in public radio as well, having served on the board of directors for KXPR/KXJZ, as well as served as the chair of the Davis Friends of FM 91, for six years.

She was a 30-year member of the Davis Art Center, including six years on the board of directors. She was active in the ballet world, having served as finance chairman for the Theatre Ballet of Sacramento for five years, as well as having served as finance chairman for the Pacific Regional Ballet Festival in 1980.

She is survived by her loving husband, Charles V. Moore of Davis. She is also survived by her children, Bruce D. Moore of Zephyr Cove, Nev., and Rachel S. Moore of Boston; and her sister, Dorthy Reynolds.

She was preceded in death by her son Gregory C. Moore, in 1999.

Friends are invited to attend a memorial service Friday at 3 p.m. at the Unitarian Church of Davis, 27074 Patwin Road. Interment will be private. Remembrances may be made in her name to the Sacramento Society for the Blind, 2750 24th St., Sacramento, CA 95818 or to the Unitarian Church of Davis.

(Obituary from the "The Davis Enterprise," October 19, 2000, (Yolo County)

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Ruby L. Hanson Moore

Ruby Moore, 67, died Wednesday, March 31, 2004 at Sutter Davis Hospital.

A native of Davis, born Jan. 5, 1937. She attended Davis schools. She was a loving mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, aunt, sister, and friend.

Her parents Delmar and Pearl Hanson preceded her in death. As well as three brothers and three sisters. She is survived by her brothers Lester and wife Mary Hanson of Davis, Wilber and wife Janet Hanson of Oregon, and Donnie and wife Norma Hanson of Red Bluff, sister-in-law Leona Hanson of Davis, former husband, Don "Dago" Moore of Oroville. Sons Donnie, Jon, and Billy Moore of Woodland and daughter Jan Hopkins of Davis. Grandkids Traci Roller, Tommy Moss, Anna, Billy, Ashley, and Aleah Moore, John and Mark Hopkins. Great-grandkids James Moss and Kerryne Moore. As well as numerous nieces and nephews.

Special thanks to the Sutter Davis Hospital ICU staff for their kindness and unconditional support.

No service will be held.

(Obituary from the Woodland "Daily Democrat," Saturday, April 03, 2004.)

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