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First Care Mortuary Transportation
Po Box 2638
Fontana , CA a, CA
(909) 854-9016
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Edgar F. Kaiser Jr., Former Denver Broncos Owner, Dies at 69

Tue, Jan 24, 2012
Kaiser Industries. He did try to preserve that heritage. He even moved into an apartment at Kaiser’s famed but troubled steel plant in Fontana, Calif., in a vain effort to reverse the company’s fortunes personally. But the empire was ultimately taken apart, its pieces sold off. The Fontana plant was dismantled and sent to China. This was not the legacy Mr. Kaiser had wanted to leave. His ambition had always been to start and direct things, not tear them apart, even if his obligation was to maximize shareholders’ return by unloading operations that had become worth more than their stock prices. He had found that opportunity in Canada in 1970 when he joined Kaiser Resources, an energy-producing unit of Kaiser Industries. “He is a builder,” Edgar Sr. once said of his son. “I think he’s kind of got it in his heart that he’s going to build Kaiser Resources bigger than all three of those other Kaiser companies,” referring to Kaiser’s giant steel, aluminum and cement companies. At Kaiser Resources, Mr. Kaiser rose to chairman and chief executive. Under his watch it produced more coal than any other Canadian company, and he expanded it by buying the Canadian assets of Kentucky-based Ashland Oil. In 1980 he sold Kaiser Resources at a big profit. The hope was that the proceeds might save the family empire, but they were not enough and, anyway, he had made it clear that he did not want to run the family shop even if it were preserved. “The fun of building the Kaiser companies was the fun that my grandfather and the men that worked with him had,” he told The Los Angeles Times in 1985. “And my life’s ambition was not to try to somehow achieve the top of administering what they had had fun building.” So Edgar Kaiser Jr. stayed in Canada, where he had become a citizen. He bought the Bank of British Columbia, a regional bank that challenged Canada’s big five banks in some... (New York Times)

2012 Olympic parties set near Kensington Palace - San Francisco Chronicle

Mon, Dec 26, 2011
Aug. 12. ELSEWHERE California returns to IndyCar schedule The IndyCar schedule will have a different look in 2012. China will host its first race Aug. 19, series officials have put Detroit and Fontana (San Bernardino County) back on the schedule, and only four of 15 races are slated for ovals. It could change again, too. Series CEO Randy Bernard acknowledged he might add two races. The schedule had been delayed as the series conducted an investigation into the October crash that killed two-time Indianapolis 500 winner Dan Wheldon at Las Vegas. Some critics contended it was too dangerous for the series to race on ovals and only four - Indianapolis, Texas, Iowa and Fontana - appear on the 2012 calendar. -- Kurt Busch has a new ride. NASCAR's most polarizing figure announced he will drive the No. 51 car for Phoenix Racing and owner James Finch for the entire 2012 Sprint Cup season. Busch, who has driven Fords and Dodges, will drive the No. 51 Phoenix Construction Chevrolet Impala in 2012. -- Coming off a Formula One season in which it won only one race, Ferrari plans to introduce a completely revised 2012 car in early February. Soccer: With European and Mexican teams in the m...

Kent Hampton

Thu, Sep 8, 2011
Oct. 11, 1962 — Aug. 28, 2011 Kent Hampton, 48, of Tualatin died Aug. 28. Kent was born in Fontana, Calif., to Irwin and Katherine (Frantz) Hampton. In 1968 his family moved to Albany. Kent attended the Waverly and South Shore elementary schools until the family moved the Scio area. It was during this time that Kent came to have a personal relationship with Jesus. He graduated from Lebanon High School in 1981. After graduation, Kent enlisted in the Navy and traveled the world practicing... (Albany Democrat-Herald)

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