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Evans Brown Mortuary

Evans Brown Mortuary
126 East Graham Avenue
Lake Elsinore, CA 92530
Phone: (951) 674-3141
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Bryan

Sat, Dec 10, 2011
Holloway, and Alexa Holloway; and one great-great grandchild, Kadnn Hernandez.Other survivors include two sisters and one brother-in-law, Frankie and John Avrit of Lake Lavon, and Dorothy Tyler of Lake Elsinore, California; a sister-in-law Lucille Hess of Pittsburg and numerous nieces and nephews.  Online condolences may be left at www.ermansmithfuneralhome.net . (Daily Tribune)

Evelyn Avin Lloyd Wells (SUMTER, S.C.) - The Augusta Chronicle

Sat, Oct 8, 2011
She was an avid Braves fan. Surviving are one son, Charlie "Chuck" R. Compton (Angie) of North Augusta, SC; six stepchildren, Norma Lloyd Davis (Bill) of Townville, SC, Rhea Lloyd Rowe (George) of Lake Elsinore, CA, John W. Lloyd, Jr. (Casey) of Moreno Valley, CA, Patricia Wells Lassiter (Bill) of Newport News, VA, Rosemary Wells Drakeford (Meredith) of Sumter, Rebecca Wells Huffman of Darlington, SC; four sisters, Hilda Glava (Dick) of Klamath Falls, OR, Juanita McDaniel (Richard) of Sumter, Rosa Lee Griffin and Dianna Geddings both of Pinewood; three brothers, Wayne Avin (Juanita) of Sumter, Louie Avin (Barbara) of North Augusta, and Buford Avin (June) of Pinewood; 18 grandchildren; 28 great-grandchildren; and special friends, David and Susan Birgerson and family. She was preceded in death by husbands, John W. Lloyd and Charlie R. Compton, Jr.; a sister, Lela Pritchard and a brother, O.D. Avin. Funeral Services will be held at 2 P.M. Thursday in the Chapel of the Elmore Hill McCreight Funeral Home with Rev. Charles Clanton officiating. B...

Jean Stern, founder of local Older Women's League, dies at 92 - SignOnSanDiego.com

Sun, Oct 2, 2011
We don’t want to be told that the only good thing in life is to look young.” Mrs. Stern died of respiratory distress on Sept. 4 at her home in Lake Elsinore. She was 92. An activist and educator, Mrs. Stern began working as a librarian at what was then San Diego State College in 1968. There, she became an expert on feminist literature and published annotated lists of non-sexist books and periodicals. She also researched and distributed information for the San Diego chapter of the National Organization for Women and was often asked to speak about Social Security, pensions, employment benefits, health care and other issues relating to older women. “She was a very, very strong feminist,” said Ruth Porte, a member of OWL with Mrs. Stern. “She was always there and never stopped giving herself to every cause for women. “She would have loved to have known an obituary was being written about her because it would mean she was finally upstaging Joe, her husband. He was an advocate for sen...

Jean Stern, founder of local Older Women's League, dies at 92 - SignOnSanDiego.com

Fri, Sep 30, 2011
We don’t want to be told that the only good thing in life is to look young.” Mrs. Stern died of respiratory distress on Sept. 4 at her home in Lake Elsinore. She was 92. An activist and educator, Mrs. Stern began working as a librarian at what was then San Diego State College in 1968. There, she became an expert on feminist literature and published annotated lists of non-sexist books and periodicals. She also researched and distributed information for the San Diego chapter of the National Organization for Women and was often asked to speak about Social Security, pensions, employment benefits, health care and other issues relating to older women. “She was a very, very strong feminist,” said Ruth Porte, a member of OWL with Mrs. Stern. “She was always there and never stopped giving herself to every cause for women. “She would have loved to have known an obituary was being written about her because it would mean she was finally upstaging Joe, her husband. He was an advocate for sen...




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