BANKS-Carol Sue Banks, 53 or Whitttier, died Friday, August 27th, 2010 in Downey. She was born December 1st, 1956, also in Downey. A visitation will be held Thursday, September 2nd, from 6:00 - 8:00 PM at College Avenue Church of the Nazarene, 8221 S. College Ave. in Whittier. A graveside service will be held on Friday, September 3rd, at 10:00 AM, Rose Hills Memorial Park. She is survived by her parnts; Cliff and Florence Banks, three sisters; Sondra Feraone, Vicky Stith and Pam Neal, and 7 nieces and nephews. Under the direction of Community Funeral Service, 562-947-1960.
Published in Whittier Daily News on September 1, 2010
Jenny and I never talked and although I only knew her from afar,,,, she was my classmate with a big smile,,,,, REST IN PEACE JENNY
From Julia Kleinman Hernandez on October 8th, 2014
In memory of my beloved sister, Jenny Ann Kleinman, who died after a brave battle with breast cancer. She is survived by a beautiful daughter, Erica Lynne Boquist. I treasure the time we had together and I am grateful to her for being such a kind and loving big sister.
Michael (aka Art Abuse), my beloved husband, passed away on February 28th of this year after a five year battle with melanoma that went to his brain. He was an accomplished artist and head of security at the Warfield and Filmore theaters in San Francisco, CA. Upon retiring he was presented with his own Filmore poster which can be viewed on Wolfgang's Vault online. He also designed 2 other Filmore posters, did stage design and painting and excellent taxidermy fish. He was memorialized at the Great American Music Hall which was filled with family and friends from all over and accompanied by a performance by his friend, Steve Earle. He is survived by his wife, me, and his beloved pug, Poko. For more information or pictures of Michael or his artwork please email email@example.com.
Beloved son, brother and friend. Bob or "Doc" as so many of his friends called him, was well known in Whittier for his success as a special effects artist in the film industry. He traveled all over the world designing and building attractions for amusement parks, including Knotts Berry Farm's "Scary Farm" in 1992. He was 38 when he died from pancreatitis. Burial: Rose Hills Memorial Park
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I am so sorry to hear about Doc's passing. We were very close friends through school and I will miss him dearly. We seem to lose contact with so many that have touched our lives but that doesn't mean we do not think of them often.
It breaks my heart to see that Brent Priest has passed away. He was instrumental in helping to coach me in archery (the only sport I excelled in) during our senior year. He was a dear & sweet friend. I believe he served in the Marines, then raised his disabled daughter alone after the child's mother abandoned them both shortly after the child was born. Does anyone know what became of his daughter? She was 4 years old at our 10 year reunion in 1984, so she'd be 32 if she's still alive. Brent, I'll miss you forever and cherish your friendship always.
Jeffry Paul Schlinger, age 57, went to rest with our Lord on November 3, 2012 after a one year battle with tongue, lung & bone Cancer. He passed away in his home in Crestline, CA in the presence of his wife Debbie, mother Helen Schlinger and friend Bob Carlson. Born on July 8, 1955, Jeff resided in Whittier, CA for 33 years. He graduated from Cal Hi in 1974. He worked as an assembler at EMC in Santa Fe Springs for 20 years. Jeff enjoyed cooking and spending time with family and friends. He attended the Crestline Seventh Day Adventist Church and Alcoholic Anonymous meetings. He was a loving husband, son, brother and friend. He is preceded in death by his father William Schlinger. He is survived by his wife Debbie, mother Helen, sister Nancy, friends Bob and Armando and many loved ones. He will be greatly missed. Jeff's message: Quit Smoking!
Peggy went to her heavenly home Wednesday August 21, 2013. She passed peacefully at home surrounded by her family after her third battle with cancer. She was born December 30, 1955 in Whittier CA. She lived in Pahrump NV for 36 years then lived in Las Vegas for the past 5 years to be closer to her children.
Peggy is survived by her husband of almost thirty years Lawrence Tudor, children Missy & Ken Peterson, Michelle & Cosmo De Bari and grandchildren Ezra & Alexis Peterson all of Las Vegas, sister Patti Tillman of CA and brother William Bain of TX.
Peggy was so full of life and love and enjoyed spending every moment with her family and friends. She was an amazing woman: wife, mother, daughter, sister, grandmother, and friend! She was always there for you with a smile. She will always be loved and missed!!
A small gathering for family and friends will be held at her home on Saturday September 7, 2013.
Donations can be made in Peggy's name to
The Lung Cancer Alliance; lungcanceralliance.org
Rusty Wood lived across the street from me on Laurel Street in Whittier. He was the first person to be my friend in Whittier. He was really a sweet and kind person. He was my first older boyfriend. I went to school at Carmela Jr High and then Sierra High School. Graduated 1976. I am so sad to here he passed away. I would like to request that someone contact me at my email address and tell where to find his obituary or tell what happened to him. He had some problems, I know about he was my friend, Last time I saw him was 1978, he was working in the Car Wash just off Whittier Blvd and Telegraph RD. I looked up to see him drying off the windshield of the car, I was sitting in. He smiled. He had not lost his smile and charm. He love Oldies but Goodies Music. Favorite song he sang was the Wanderer.
He was a classy guy when I was his friend in the middle 70's. Please contact me when and if you read this, I would like to know where his sister Janie Mae and his brother David are if you have that information contact me Via Email NEBKIM@AOL>COM I have lived in Nebraska since 1976. Thank you for letting my share information about my sweet charming and smoothe talking Friend RUSTY WOOD. May God bless you and keep him til we meet again.