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Feb 27, 2020

Carl Jones, Laurel School's man of many hats, dies at 62 - The Almanac Online

Menlo Park-Atherton Education Foundation's annual auction that, over the years, generated about $100,000 for the school community, said Shari Conrad, a member of the foundation in 2009. He shared his cooking skills with Laurel staff – making them "delicious, tender spareribs," school staff said. Jones told The Almanac in 2001 that his interest in cooking grew from watching his mom, a single parent, cook. According to the school announcement, Jones appeared on the program "Dirty Jobs," a TV series on the Discovery Channel hosted by Mike Rowe, featuring working people with difficult or messy jobs. Jones is survived by his partner of 31 years, Fran Corbit, his mother Mary Moore Madison, and his siblings. The Feb. 14 memorial was held at Skylawn Memorial Park in San Mateo. In lieu of flowers, his family requests that donations be made to the Nine Lives Foundation in Redwood City, a nonprofit cat rescue organization. --- • Sign up for Almanac Express to get news updates. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Or show your support for local journalism by subscribing. ...

Jun 2, 2017

Memorial Day in the Flathead

Memorial, Depot Park, Downtown Kalispell11:45 a.m.Luncheon at VFW Post 2252, 330 First Avenue West, Kalispell12:45 p.m.Flag Ceremony and Ceremony at Conrad Cemetery, Conrad Drive, Kalispell1:45 p.m. Ceremony at Fairview Cemetery, 1225 Fairview Cemetery Road, Columbia Falls2:30 p.m.Ceremony at Veterans Memorial, Marantette Park, 133 13th Street, Columbia Falls3 p.m.Ceremony at Woodlawn Cemetery, Meadow Lake Boulevard, Columbia Falls3:30 p.m. Ceremony at Montana Veterans Home Cemetery, 400 Veteran Drive, Columbia Falls.Comments comments... (Flathead Beacon)

Mar 2, 2017

Obituaries for Oct. 23, 2016

Narcisa Joaquin VenzonNarcisa Joaquin Venzon, 87, died on Oct. 17, 2016, in Waipahu, Hawaii.She is survived by her husband, Conrado O. Venzon; children, Conrodo Venzon Jr. (wife Marilyn), Yola Galeon (husband Dante), Delano Venzon (wife Florzena), Mae Utrera (husband Noel), Dindo Venzon, Nel Venzon (wife Cora), Raul Venzon (wife Joselita), Nathan Venzon; sister Modesta “Annie” Joaquin; 18 grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren.Service will be held in Mililani Memorial Park, Mauka Chapel on Sunday, Oct. 30, 2016, at 9 a.m.Valerie Ann LagazoValerie Ann Lagazo of Kekaha passed away on Oct. 7, 2016, at the age of 50. Born on Aug. 26, 1966, in Waimea, Kauai, she was a van driver for special education children.She was preceded in death by Genaro Tabing Lagazo, Carlos Manaday, Valentina Alejandro Manaday, Cerilo Lagazo, Heralda Tabing Lagazo, Martin Man-day, Rosalia Fontanilla and Pacita Boro.Valerie Ann Lagazo is survived by her mother, Solidad Manaday Lagazo of Kekaha; brothers, Calvin (Valerie) Lagazo of Waimea, Jerry Lagazo of Kaumakani, Gerard (Sylvia) Lagazo of Omao, Ronald (Wanda) Lagazo of Texas, and Genaro (Shelley) Lagazo of Lihue; along with numerous uncles, aunts, nieces, nephews and cousins.Friends may visit with the family on Sunday, Oct. 30. 2016, at the Salvation Army Church in Hanapepe. Visitation will be at 8:30 a.m. with services to begin at 11 a.m.Casual attire is suggested and flowers are welcomed.Arrangements were handled by Garden Island Mortuary, Ltd.Mary Margaret ‘Penny’ Wallis BenningtonMary Margaret “Penny” Wallis Bennington, 70, of Sunriver, Oregon, passed away at home on Oct. 17, 2016, surrounded by her loving family. Penny was born June 19, 1946, and raised in Lihue, Hawaii. She was the daughter of Dr. Samuel Wallis and Dora Rice Wallis. After graduating from the University of Hawaii, Penny spent much of her career in the medical field before she achieved her MBA from the University of Oregon. She and her husband started Bennington Properties, a vacation rental management company in Sunriver. Penny is survived by her husband of 41 years, Gene, her only son Robert, her brother Sam Wallis, and five grandchildren. Penny was a loving wife, an amazing mother and tutu, and a caring friend. Her sense of humor remained until her final moment.Service is yet to be determined. Please call Robert Bennington to (541) 948-0214 for more information.Tatiana Taylor Pomaikai KaneholaniTatiana Taylor Pomaikai Kaneholani of San Francisco, CA, died at home on Oct. 12, 2016, at the age of 55. She was born on Jan. 14, 1961, in Lihue, Hawaii. She was a receptionist, office manager and executive assistant for Asian and Pacific Islander Wellness C... (Thegardenisland.com)

Feb 9, 2017

Lompoc Pastor Ron Wiley claims Valley of Flowers Peace Prize

He soon will have his name added to the side of the actual prize alongside previous recipients Conrad Gonzales, Shannon Rose Chavez, Robert Almanza, the Rev. Douglas Conley, Lauren Pressman and McIsaac. Get breaking news sent instantly to your inbox Sunday’s ceremony included music interludes from the husband-and-wife duo Al & Val and the recital of several peace-related quotes. Each nominee for the 2016 prize — the award is given out each January bearing the title of the previous year — also was recognized. The nine other nominees included: Gail Clark-Savage, a leader in spurring local welcome parties for the participants in the annual AIDS LifeCycle; Mark Ashamalla, a case worker for Transitions Mental Health Association and advocate for the homeless; Loriz Hernandez, a bilingual former preschool, adult and migrant education teacher in LUSD; Brittney Williams and Lillian Street, who led a Peace Walk last year through Lompoc in response to police shootings around the country; Rosemary Holmes, the organizer of the Lompoc Film Club; Charlene Asmussen, an elementary school teacher who works with students in character building and in promoting peaceful behavior; Julie Biolley and Stacy Lowthorp, the former and current, respectively, proprietors of South Side Coffee Co.; Barbara Marquez, a medical social worker and bereavement counselor; and Martena Wilson, owner of Hunnyfly Yoga Studio. In her remarks at Sunday’s ceremony, McIsaac compared the spread of peace to a meal gathering. “It’s sort of like a potluck — if everybody brings something, there’s way more than anybody can eat,” she said. “So if we all (promote) the peace concept and good, kind acts, we’ll have a smorgasbord of peace that just overflows.” Wiley, a Los Angeles native and Air Force veteran who moved to the Lompoc area in 1985 when he was stationed at Vandenberg Air Force Base, said he plans to display the hefty peace prize front and center in the vestibule at his church. “I want everybody to see it and let them know that even though the Lord knows our efforts, it doesn’t go unnoticed by others and it’s not in vain,” he said. “People need to see that you can possibly be recognized by your community if you do for the Lord.” ... (Santa Maria Times (subscription))

Feb 9, 2017

Lompoc Pastor Ron Wiley claims Valley of Flowers Peace Prize ...

He soon will have his name added to the side of the actual prize alongside previous recipients Conrad Gonzales, Shannon Rose Chavez, Robert Almanza, the Rev. Douglas Conley, Lauren Pressman and McIsaac. Get news headlines sent daily to your inbox Sunday’s ceremony included music interludes from the husband-and-wife duo Al & Val and the recital of several peace-related quotes. Each nominee for the 2016 prize — the award is given out each January bearing the title of the previous year — also was recognized. The nine other nominees included: Gail Clark-Savage, a leader in spurring local welcome parties for the participants in the annual AIDS LifeCycle; Mark Ashamalla, a case worker for Transitions Mental Health Association and advocate for the homeless; Loriz Hernandez, a bilingual former preschool, adult and migrant education teacher in LUSD; Brittney Williams and Lillian Street, who led a Peace Walk last year through Lompoc in response to police shootings around the country; Rosemary Holmes, the organizer of the Lompoc Film Club; Charlene Asmussen, an elementary school teacher who works with students in character building and in promoting peaceful behavior; Julie Biolley and Stacy Lowthorp, the former and current, respectively, proprietors of South Side Coffee Co.; Barbara Marquez, a medical social worker and bereavement counselor; and Martena Wilson, owner of Hunnyfly Yoga Studio. In her remarks at Sunday’s ceremony, McIsaac compared the spread of peace to a meal gathering. “It’s sort of like a potluck — if everybody brings something, there’s way more than anybody can eat,” she said. “So if we all (promote) the peace concept and good, kind acts, we’ll have a smorgasbord of peace that just overflows.” Wiley, a Los Angeles native and Air Force veteran who moved to the Lompoc area in 1985 when he was stationed at Vandenberg Air Force Base, said he plans to display the hefty peace prize front and center in the vestibule at his church. “I want everybody to see it and let them know that even though the Lord knows our efforts, it doesn’t go unnoticed by others and it’s not in vain,” he said. “People need to see that you can possibly be recognized by your community if you do for the Lord.” ... (Lompoc Record)

Feb 3, 2017

Valentine's Day 2017 Travel Ideas: 10 Romantic Getaways, Trips And Retreats For You And Your Special Someone

Enjoy the beautiful view with a picnic lunch, weather permitting.  A Romantic Dinner in Miami: Escape February’s cold and head south to Miami. The Conrad Miami’s Atrio restaurant has a dining package that includes outdoor terrace seating with a view of Biscayne Bay, and a decadent, four-course seafood menu with a bottle Veuve Clicquot. The package rate starts at $139.  A Helicopter Tour in Puerto Rico: For a more refreshing take on the standard evening or meal out on your Valentine’s Day retreat, book a helicopter tour – in Puerto Rico. The Wyndham Grand Rio Mar Beach Resort, just miles away from San Juan, is offering up a Love is Grand package deal. The helicopter tour offers guests sweeping views of the El Yunque Rain Forest for a day-time tour before a scheduled five-course dinner beachside.  A Honeymoon Getaway (Or Girl’s Getaway) to Hawaii: Don’t let the Aqua Kauai Beach Resort’s “Ultimate Kauai Honeymoon” package name fool you – this getaway deal is not just for newly wedded couples. The stay includes a room or suite, a five-day convertible car rental, daily buffet for two, an oceanfront massage and a romantic dinner. However, ladies can feel free to make a trip of it with a friend if they’d prefer a retreat or “Galentine’s Day” celebration.   A Coastal Retreat in Los Angeles: Terranea Resort’s sprawling seaside property is perfect for those who wish to celebrate in solitude without actually having to travel to a distant locale. Terranea has a variety of packages and date-night deals to select, from a two-night stay in luxury accommodations and spa treatments to a simple date night out for parents at the restaurant (parents can enjoy alone time after dropping kids at the Tide Pool Kids Club).  A Snowy Getaway at Jackson Hole: Head to the Jackson Hole Mountain Resort and hit the slopes. When you need a day off, rent a “fat bike” rental. Biking around the area will allow guests to check out gorgeous Wyoming landscape.  Museum-Hop in D.C.: For art, history or science enthusiasts, Washington, D.C., is a great – and unlikely – destination for a Valentine’s Day celebration. Couples can wander around the Smithsonian Institution’s 17 museums and galleries — the recently opened National Museum of African-American History and Culture is a must-see. The museum hosts free events and features an array of exhibits that highlight African-American art, historical artifacts, photographs and more.  ... (International Business Times)