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Bll LOS ANGELES TIMES WEDNESDAY, AUGUST IS, 2001 Obituaries Jack James; Rocket Scientist forJPL Jack Norval James, rocket scientist who moved from developing guidance systems to managing Mariner missions to serving as an assistant director during his 36-year career at Jet Propulsion Laboratory, has died. He was 80. James died Aug. 7 in Pasadena. Working in the space program almost from its inception, he helped develop some of the earliest rockets at White Sands, N.M. He joined JPL in Pasadena in 1950, and by his retirement in 1986 had become assistant laboratory director for technical divisions. As project director for Mariner, James oversaw the first unmanned flight to any planet, with the Mariner II mission to Venus. He also directed the first mission to Mars in 1964. In 1963, James chatted from Pasadena with astronaut John Glenn in Houston about the Mariner Venus flight in an early experiment with communication satellites. With their voices carried by land lines to Andover, Maine, and beamed to the Relay communication satellite 4,300 miles in space, James told Glenn that measurements made by the Mariner II "indicated that some of the hazards of manned flight were comparatively small." He particularly minimized any feared danger from radiation and cosmic dust. The conversation occurred in the infancy of the space program, shortly before astronaut Gordon Cooper made a daylong, multi-orbit flight around Earth. James' Mariner efforts earned him a public service award from NASA. He received awards from Presidents John F. Kennedy JACK JAMES The scientist developed guidance systems, managed Mariner missions and served as an assistant laboratory director at JPL. and Lyndon B. Johnson, and in 1969 was elected a fellow of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. Born in Dallas, James earned a bachelor's degree in electrical engineering from Southern Methodist University and a master's in electrical engineering from Union College in Schenectady, N.Y. He served in the Navy during World War II. James is survived by his wife, Ruth; three sons, Jeff, Jerry and Jack; a daughter, Susan; and two grandsons. A memorial service is scheduled for 10:30 a.m. Saturday at La Canada Presbyterian Church, 626 Foothill Blvd., La Canada Flintridge. A reception is planned afterward for noon to 3 p.m. in the Athenaeum at Cal-tech in Pasadena. Instead of flowers, the family has asked that, at James' request, any memorial donations be made to the Arnett A. Elliott Fund at the University of Tennessee, Development Office, 226 Ayres Hall, Knoxville, TN 37996-1320. Earl Anthony; Top Bowler From Associated Press MILWAUKEE Earl Anthony, a six-time Professional Bowlers Assn. bowler of the year and its greatest winner with 41 professional titles, died Tuesday at a friend's home in suburban Milwaukee. He was 63. The crew-cut, bespectacled Anthony was one of bowling's most familiar faces when the sport was a weekly fixture on television in the 1970s. He was its first player to break the $1-million barrier in winnings. Ed Baur, who lives in New Berlin, Wis., said he found Anthony dead at the bottom of a flight of stairs in his home before 8 a.m. Tuesday. "He may have had a heart attack and fallen down the stairs," Baur said. An autopsy is planned for today. Ted Hoffman Jr., a business partner who operated Earl Anthony's Dublin Bowl in Dublin, Calif., said Anthony had a heart attack in 1977, but no recent ailments. "The Professional Bowlers Assn. is deeply saddened by the loss of Earl Anthony," the Seattle-based organization said Tuesday. "He was a pioneer in the sport of bowling and will be remembered by millions for his many appearances on PBA telecasts. Our hearts and thoughts are with his family." Bowling great Dick Weber once described Anthony as "the greatest speed-control bowler ever to play the game." Born in Kent, Wash., on April 27, 1938, Anthony had hoped to play professional baseball but an ankle injury cut short his career as a left-handed pitcher. He joined the PBA Tour in 1963, but didn't win any money and returned to Washington. He tried again in 1970 and it wasn't long before the man nicknamed "Square Earl" for his crew cut and glasses became U : i -rv Zsl' ! rs - 11 LJA ? , I i-'"--ot.-, Associated Press EARL ANTHONY "Square Earl," who got his nickname for his crew cut and glasses, won 41 professional titles. He was the first bowler to win more than $1 million. one of the top bowlers on tour. He earned $107,585 in 1975, becoming the first bowler to top the $100,000 mark in a season. He was named bowler of the year from 1974-76 and from 1981-83. He led the PBA Tour in scoring from 1973-75 and in 1980 and 1983. He retired temporarily in 1984 with records of $1,216,421 in career winnings and 41 tour victories. After bowling in one tournament a year for three years, Anthony entered 12 tournaments in 1987 but won only $8,850. He joined the new PBA Senior Tour in 1988 and won seven titles and an additional $225,000. Although his 41 wins is still the record, he ranks 11th in career earnings because prize money has increased so much since his peak years. He was selected for the PBA and ABC halls of fame. Dean Johnson, owner of Park Lanes Family Entertainment Centers in Hillsboro, Ore., said Anthony had lived in Cornelius, Ore., with his wife. He moved to Oregon to be close to the bowling alley in Dublin and his family in Washington state, Johnson said. "He was always a gentleman on and off the lane," Johnson said. "He maybe didn't have the perfect approach, but he was probably the most accurate bowler of all time." Anthony is survived by his wife, Susie; a son, Mike; and daughters Tracy Nelson and Jeri Voyles. OBITUARIESFUNERAL ANNOUNCEMENTS ADACHI. Shoro( Age 81) Beloved husband of Takeko Adachi; father of Hiromi (Taiji) Nakamoto; grandfather of Shinji and Ayumi Nakamoto; brother of Ayame Taga; brother-in-law of Toshiko Adachi in Japan; uncle of Ichiro (Michiko) Adachi, Yoshimi (Ryoko) Taga, Konomi Yao, Mie (Tsuyoshi) Mura.and Midori (Roy) Yamamoto; also survived by many other relatives here and in Japan. Funeral services will be held on Sunday, August 19, from 3:30 PM . at Fukui Mortuary Chapel, 707 E. Temple St., Los Angeles. Fukul Mortuary (213)626-0411. BLOOM.CloelneP. Beloved mother of Ellen Kramer, Christie Spanutius, Janet Grieman and Paul Bloom. Also survived by niece, Sandra Bloom, 5 grandchildren and 3 great grandchildren. Service 11:00 am, Thurs.,, Aug. 16 at the Church of Our Fathers, Forest Lawn Mortuary, Cypress. BRIGHOISK. Janice Passed away August 2 in Mission Viejo, age 89. Widow of Dr. Gilbert Bnghouse, professor at Occidental College and Caltech and consultant to the Jet Propulsion Lab. Born in Wilwaukee, she was a 1933 graduate of the University of Wisconsin, where she majorea in Dietetics and was a member of the Alpha Phi sorority. She lived in Pasadena and Long Beach for many years, where she was involved in numerous volunteer and political groups, including the San Gabriel Valley Democratic Women's Club, AAUW and the Alamitos Bay Garden Club. She is survived bv six children, Beverly Halverson of San Clemente, Jeb Brighouse of Los Angeles, Shirley Harker of Renton, WA, Geralda Shockey of Nashville, TN, Nancy Gordy of Austin, TX, and Ann Brighouse of Menlo Park, CA. Jeb Brighouse and Geralda Shockey are the son and daughter of the late Houstin Shockey of Chicago and Annapolis, MD. She also leaves twelve grandchildren and fourteen grea t - grandc hi Id ren . Donations may be made in her name to the AAUW Scholarship Fund. CAMARENA, Maria Guerra Gutierrei (:2.1)722-1900 t amuy ownea -1 amuy tocusea CAN ALE. Rose Dell Of Tujunga, CA, born September 3, 1939; passed away August 8, 2001. Survived by loving family members. Viewing 9 to 10 a.m., August 17, 2001 with Mass to follow. Services entrusted to Calvary Mortuary, 4201 Whittier Bivd., Los Angeles, CA 90023. Phone (.123)2M-31Qg. CANTACKSSI. Ida Louise April 7, 1944-August 1 1,2001 Survived by nusband John Cantacessi; sons Joseph, Anthony and Jay Cantacessi; eight grandchildren, all of Wildomar, Calif.; mother Mary Von Moos of Menifee, Calif.; sister Rose Goralski of Cazerdero, Calif., sister Maryann Foley of Lake Elsinore, Calif., sister Linda Yokum of Falibrook, Calif., sister Rosalie Berger of Falibrook, Calif., sister Carolina Harris of Gault, Calif.; brother Albert Von Moos of Jenner, Calif., brother Leo Von Moos of Menifee, Calif., brother Alfred Von Moos of Menifee, Calif.; sister Theresa IsaacB of Wildomar, Calif.; brother Joe Von Moos of Menifee, Calif. Services will be on Friday, August 17, 2001 at 10:00 AM at St. Frances of Rome Catholic Chuch, 21591 Lemon St., Wildomar, CA 92595, CH AISON, Sr. Mary Julia C.SJ. Passed away August 11, 2001, a sister of St. Joseph of Carondelet since March 19, 1929. Survived by sister, Jeanette Martini; nieces, Catherine Daugherty and Patricia Schilling. Vigil Servire, Thursday, August lft. 2001 at 4:30 p.m. with Funeral Ma as at 7:00 pm, both at Carondelet Center. Graveside Committal, Friday, August 17, 2001 at 10:00 a.m. at Holy Cross Cemetery, Culver City. Donations in memory of Sr. Mary Julia Chaison may be sent to Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet 11999 Chalon Rd.. Los Angeles, CA 90049. MrCormlck Mortuary, Redondo Beach Directors Co Anflf Its fames Classified CHEVALIER, Florence "Sally" died August 13, 2001. Wife of the iate Jack Chevalier. Survived by her loving sister, Joanne (Vincent) East and ner many beloved nieces, nephews, great nieces and nephews and a great great niece. Funeral Mass 11:00 am Friday, August 17 at Casimir Church, 2718 St. George, LA. Interment to follow at Forest Lawn Glendale. Callanan Mortuary 462 -2266 CLEMMONS, Dorothy Services: Friday. 9 a.m., Spalding Chapel. Spalding Mortuary Directors COFFEY, Joyce passed away August 11, 2001 in Los Angeles. Cherished mother of David (Leslie) Hayles; proud grandmother of Chase, Chauncey, and David Anthony Hayles and loving sister of Gail Anderson. Visitation from 4-8 pm, Wednesday, August 15, 2001, Callanan Mortuary Chapel, 1301 No. Western Ave., LA. Funeral Mass will be celebrated Thursday, Aug. 16, 2001, 10:00 AM at St. Paul Church, 1920 So. Bronson Ave., LA. Committal immediately following at Holy Cross Cemetery, 5835 W. Slauson Ave., Culver Citv, CA.Callanan Mortuary Directors (800)-901-0090 CULLIN, Margaret Born February 13, 1917. Beloved mother of Christine, grandmother of Taylor, wife of Melvin. Please send memorial donations to: American Parkinson Disease Association 1-800-908-2732. DALTON, Donald (85) passed away July 31, 2001. Funeral service Thursday, August 16, 2001, 10:00 AM, at Gates Kingsley & Gates Pratswater Mortuary, 6909 Canoga Ave., Canoga Park. Interment following at Forest Lawn-Hollywood Hills. DLPREjLezlie Jan. 2, 1959 July 13, 2001, Survived by her sons: Daniel Dupre Bernstein, Drake Rutter, Grant Rutter; her 2 brothers John Blhs Dupre III, Jean-Jacques Dupre; sister-in-law Susan Dupre, and her mother, Margot Dupre Gogan. Private burial with family took place in Louisiana. A Mass of resurrection for family and friends will be held Saturday Aug. 18, 1 P.M. at St. Brendan's Catholic Church, 310 So. Van Ness Avenue. DIRAN. Ramon T. Funeral service 10:00 AM, Friday, August 17, 2001 at St. Peter Chanel Church, Hawaiian Garden, Forest Lawn, Cypress. EISENBERG, Harry (75) Of Valencia. Mar. 2, 1926-Aug. 8, 2001 ELLIOTT, Hayward Lec Hayward was born on December 27, 1916 and died after a long illness onJuly9, 2001. The Memorial Service will be held on Saturday, August 18, 2001 at 11 a.m. at the Church of the Chimes, 14115 Magnolia Blvd., Sherman Oaks. A reception will be held at the church immediately following the service. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations to the Elliott Family Scholarship Fund at Drury University, co Judy Martin. 900 N. Benton Ave., Springfield, MO 65802, the Music Department at The Thacher School, 5025 Thacher Road, Ojai, CA 93023, or the charity of your choice. EVANS, Leo M. Born May 30, 1913 in Brantford. Ontario. Leo M. Evans, beloved husband, father, and grandfather, former furniture retailer, past president of the Furniture Retailers Association, educator, and most recently, lecturer of his senior program, "Live, Laugh and Learn" at many west coast retirement hotels, passed away August 2, 2001 after a valiant battle with cancer. He is survived bv his wife Joyce, children and grandchildren, Stuart Evans, Bradley and Jennifer; Judy and Harris Steinberg, Brian and Jason; Lori and Gray Becker and Carly. A memorial service will be held on Sunday, September 9th, at a family residence. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be sent to the Los Angeles Audubon Society at 7377 Santa Monica Boulevard, West Hollywood, 90046 "in memory of Leo Evans". FLATOVV, Thelma Groman Mortuary Directors HOFF, Hazel Sewell October 10, 1907-July 18, 2001 After a long struggle with Alzheimer's Disease, Hazel died peacefully at Ml. San Antonio Gardens in Claremont. She will be dearly missed by all who knew her. She is survived by her children, Susanna Hammond, Peter Smalley and Andrew Hoff; grandchildren, Robin Cameron, William Warne, Anna Smalley, Matthew Klausner, and Spencer Hoff; and one greatgrandchildren, Grant Michael Delbecque. Graveside services will be held at Mountain View Cemetery in Alta Dena, August 18th, at 1 :00 PM. Donations in lieu of flowers may be made to Southern Poverty Law Center, 400 Washington Ave., Montgomery, Alabama 36104. KAMEI. Kav of Mission Viejo, CA passed away on August. 7, 2001. Memorial services will be held at Rose Hills in the Memorial Chapel on Saturday, August 18, 2001 at 1:00 pm, Rose Hills, 3888 So. Workman Mill Road, Whittier. He is survived by his wife, parents, brother, sister and family. KL' BASER, Walter L. ( 79 ) Died peacefully on August 8, 2001. Born on January 10. 1922. Beloved husband of 59 years to Mary Louise; devoted father to the late Kathleen, Charles, Michael, James, Joseph, the late John, Christopher, Paul, and Andrew; and proud grandfather to 21 grandchildren. Walter graduated from USC and worked for 35 years as a Cal Trans senior civil engineer. His family will miss Walter dearly. The funeral Mass will be held at St. Gregory the Great Catholic Church in Whittier, 10:00 a.m., Thursday, August 16, 2001 . LARRABEE, William H. Visitation Wednesday, August 15, 2001 from 1:00-5:00 p.m. Funeral Services will be held Thursday, August 16, 2001 at 1:00 p.m., Church of the Hills, Forest Lawn Holly- wood Hills Mortuary. MANNING, Thomas William (46) Survived by mother, Patricia Perkins; sisters, Maureen Orlick and Mary Perkins; brother, Michael Manning; companion, Suzanne Murphy. Visitation Wednesday, 3:00-6:00 p.m., at the Luyben Family Mortuary. Services Thursday. 11:00 a.m. at the Luyben Family Lakewood Village Chapel. Luyben Family Mortuary 5161 Arbor Rd., Long Beach. CA 90806 (562)425-ftl01. MARCLSE, Kate Mount Sinai Mortuary MARTIN. James (60) passed away August 11, 2001 in Long Beach. He is survived by his wife of 32 years Sydney Martin and brother Allen Martin. A memorial mass will be held Saturday August 18, 2001 at 1:00 PM. at St. Pancratius Catholic Church. Luyben Family Mortuary Directors (562) 425-tHOl. MAYER. Marlvn Jean A long term resident of Arcadia, CA, born September 2, 1924 in Rockford, Illinois, passed away August 10, 2001. Beloved wife, mother, and friend, she was preceded in death by her loving husband, Earl Frank Mayer, Jr. and is survived by her daughter, Jean Mayer of San Diego, and son, Frank Mayer of Arizona. In addition to being a homemaker. she worked for loptex, a medical research company. A truly generous and special person, she will be missed by many. A memorial will take place Sunday, August 19th, 2:00 p.m., held at the Garden of the Episcopal Church of the Ascension in Sierra Madre, CA. Arcadia Chapel of Remembrance (626)447-8148, Funeral Directors. McConney, Polly Fagcn passed away August 12th after a brief illness. She led an active and constructive life. She was well educated, a great hostess with many friends, and a volunteer in many nonprofit organizations. . Sne is survived by her husband of 50 years, Gerry; two children, Charles and Mary and four grandchildren. Services at St. Martin of Tours Church in Brentwood Sat. 1 1 am. Family suggests contributions to: Andrus Volunteers, Gerontolgy Center, USC or Friends of Bruce Kaufman Library, Brentwood. Adachi, Shozo Bloom, Cloeine P. Brighouse, Janice Camarena, Maria G. Canale, Rose D. Cantacessi, Ida L. Chaison, Sr. Mary J. Chevalier, Florence Clemmons, Dorothy Coffey, Joyce Culin, Margaret Dalton, Donald Dupre, Lezlie Duran, Ramon T. Eisenberg, Harry Elliot, Hayward Obituaries Evans, Leo M. Flatow, Thelma Hoff, HazelS. Kamei, Kay Kubasek, Walter L. Larrabee, William H. Manning, Thomas W. Marcuse, Kate Martin, James Mayer, Marlvn I. McConney, Polly F. McGovern, Brian P. Miller, Dorothy D. Miller, Janet L. O'Hanlon, Margorie Reynolds, Eunice M. Risch, Dr. Frank Roth, Fredrick D. Rundle, Richard Schram, Hobart A. Schwartz, Fay Schwartz, Max Seid, Arthur Selik, Julie E. Soskin, Morton J. Sugitani, Shigeru Thompson, Rodney Weiner, Jack Wilson, Jr., Charles Witt, Harold B. Wooten, Bob McGOVERN, Honorable Brian Paul April 5, 1948-August 8, 2001 Born in Providence, Rhode Island to Charles and Doris McGovern. He is survived by his son, Andrew, his daughter and son-in-law, Thalia and Nick Camacho, mother Doris, seven brothers, three sisters, and many nieces and nephews. He was a graduate of CSU Northridge and received a law degree from Western State College of Law. After working as an attorney for the State FundThe most recently served as a Judge at the Pomona Worker's Compensation Appeals Board. Memorial services Wednesday, August 15, 2001 at 10:00 AM, Harvest Christian Fellowship, 6115 Arlington Avenue, Riverside, CA. A luncheon at his home will follow to celebrate his life. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in his memory to the John Hopkins University for the study of pancreatic cancer. MILLER, Dorothy Doris Visitation: Thursday, August 16, 2001 at 1:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m. Forest Lawn Mortuary, Covina. Services: 10:30 a.m., Friday, August 17, 2001 at the Memory Chapel, Forest Lawn Memorial Park, Covina. Forest Lawn Mortuary, Covina, Directing. MILLER, Janet L. November 13, 1920-August 8, 2001 Beloved wife of 56 years to Walter Miller, MD; loving mother of Wendy Miller (long-time companion Donald Case) and Betsy (John) Andersen; cherished grandmother of Kyra. No services will be held. "How did we love thee, let us count the ways..." Mallnow & Silverman Mortuary Directors. O'HANLON, Marjorlc Elizabeth Passed away on August 13, 2001, at her home in Laguna Woods. She was born in Los Angeles on December 1, 1928, graduated from Hamilton High School, received her BS from UCLA and her MA from Columbia University in New York. She served on active duty in the Marine Corps during the Korean War and earned the rank of Lt. Colonel in the Marine Corps Reserve. Ms. O'Hanlon had a long and distinguished career as a teacher and administrator it (he Los Angeles Unified School District. She served as a Assistant Principal at Patrick Henry and Curtiss Junior Highs and at Polytechnic, Belmont, Locke and Huntington Park High Schools. She retired in 1986 as a gnncipal of Huntington Park High chool where she gained state and national recognition as a leader in the Year Round School movement. Marge is survived by three nephews, Greg Neal of Riverside, Mark Neal of Las Cruces, New Mexico, David Neal of Massachusetts, and several great-nieces and nephews. She leaves behind numerous friends and colleagues who will always treasure their memories of this courageous, loyal, caring woman. Stranger or friend, her door and heart were always open. Services will be held at 11:30 am on Friday, August 17, 2001, at Holy Cross Cemetery, 5835 West Slauson, Culver City. Memonal contributions may be made to the Good Shepherd Convent in Los Angeles, the American Cancer Society or a charity of choice. O'Connor Laguna Hills Mortuary Directors !M) 581-4ilO0. REYNOLDS, Eunice Mason Memorial service to be held at 1:30 p.m., Saturday, August 18, 2001, at the Wee Kirk o'.the Heather, Forest Lawn Glendale, Forest Lawn Mortuary. RISCH, Dr. Frank (Age 89) Founder of worldwide epilepsy rehabilitation program called Epi-Hab. Chief of Psychology Service at Veterans Hospital of West Los Angeles. President of NYU Alumni Association of Southern California. Secretary-treasurer of Western Institute of Epilepsy. Beloved husband of Sonya Risch and father of Dr. Harvey Risch of Fairfield, CT (Sharon) and Dr. Neil Risch of San Francisco. CA; grandfather of Evan, 5, and Eric, i year old; brother of Jack Risen of Bricktown, NJ and Charlotte Reich of Enfield, CT; brother-in-law of Sy Rosenwasser (Monique) and uncle to Robert Risch of Yorktown Heights, NY, Eli Risch of East Brunswick, NJ, Estelle Leavitt of Longmeadow, MA, Harvey Reich of Burlington, VT, Susan Rosenwasser oi Santa Monica, CA and Jason Rosenwasser of Mar Vista, CA. Services 11 a.m. Wednesday, August 15, 2001 at Hillside Memorial Park & Mortuary. Hillside Mortuary (800)576-1994, ROTH, Frederick D.(67) of Marina Del Rey, died Aug. 12, 2001 in Littleton, Colo. Surviving are his wife, Marilyn Green Roth; three sons, Bruce L. of Yardley, PA. Daniel T. and Martin S. both of Denver; a daughter, Maria S. Fisch of Playa del Hey, CA; his mother, Esther Ackerman of Del Ray Beach, FL; a brother, Michael of Park Ridge, NJ; and eight grandchildren. Services and burial will take flace in Harrisburg, PA. Condo-ences may be expressed at www. legacy, com. Reese Funeral Home, Harrisburg, PA. RUNDLE, Richard "Dick Jennens Ml. View Mortuary (909)882-2943 SCHRAM, Hobart Alan (57) Of Laguna Niguei, died August 9, of complications from diabetes and heart disease. A long time employee of Sepulveda Building Materials.Mr. Schram was an avid fan of auto racing. He is survived by his wife, Ana, his two daughters, Michelle and Kris, a sister, Susan Odell, and a brother, Tom. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the American Diabetes Assoc. for children's diabetes research. SCHWARTZ. Fay Mount Sinai Mortuaries SCHWARTZ, Max Hillside Mortuary (800)576-1991 SEID, Arthur May 10,1914-Aug. 9, 2001 Memonal service at home in Malibu, Sat., Aug. 25th, at 3PM. In lieu of flowers, donations to Alzheimer's Association. SELIK, Julie Ellen Passed away August 10th 2001 in Van Nuys, CA at the age of 35. She is survived by her parents Burt and Sally Selik; mother Lila Selik; brotners Danny, Cully and Chris; sisters Cynthia and Debra and Preceded in death by her sister, heri; grandmother Mae and grandfather Leo and fiance, Jorge her many aunts, uncles, nieces and nephews. Visitation will be Thursday August 16th. 2001 al 1:00 PM and Funeral Services at 2:00 PM. Both at McCormick Mortuary (Inglewood) (310) 677-7101. SOSKIN, Morton J.(77) Passed away August 10, 2001. Services at Temple Judea, Thurs., 11:00 AM, Temple Judea, Tarzana. SUGITANI, Shigeru of Gardena, passed away Aug. 10, 2001 at the age of 74. He was born on Sept. 25, 1926. He is survived by his wife Hannah F. Sato-Sugitani; children Stanley Sato, Phyllis (Daniel Wilson) Tom, Mark (Rodna Alt) Sato and Terry (Valene) Sato; 7 grandchildren, nieces Geraldine (Reginald) Kariya-Bottger and Susan (Daniel) Yoshida, other relatives in Los Angeles and Japan. Visitation will be Wednesday from 1 til! 8 Dm at the Mortuary. Funeral Services will be Thursday, Aug. 16, 2001 11:00 AM at the Green Hills Chapel with interment to follow at Green Hills Memorial Park. Green Hills Mortuary (310) 831-0311. THOMPSON, Rodney L. died Sunday, August 5, 2001, after a scuba diving accident, in La Jolla, CA. Born March 22, 1968 in Encino, CA he grew up and lived in the San Fernando Valley attending both Reseda and Cnatsworth High School. So he could be near the beach and ocean, he briefly lived in Malibu, CA, before moving to La Jolla, CA in 1995. Rod loved surfing, scuba diving and snorkeling, fishing, water-skiing and hiking. He held various jobs throughout his life but developed a knack for Landscaping and Construction. Rod will be best remembered by his outrageous laugh, smile, kind heart, beautiful blonde hair and blue eyes, carefree and happy attitude, antf his love of the ocean. WEINER, Jack Mount Sinai Mortuaries WILSON.Jr., Charles Funeral service to be held at 11:00 a.m., Thursday. August 16, 2001, at the Wee Kirk o the Heather, Forest Lawn Glendale, Forest Lawn Mortuary. WITT, Harold Brown Groman Eden Mortuary WOOTEN, Bob In Loving Memory... A devoted husband, father, grandfather and friend. Passed away on Sunday, August 12, 2001 at Queen of the Valley Hospital in West Covina after fighting a one year battle with lung cancer. He was born on December 11, 1939 in Movers, Oklahoma and moved to California in 1956. 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