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Clairemont Mortuary

Clairemont Mortuary
4266 Mount Abernathy Avenue
San Diego, CA 92117
Phone: (858) 279-2211
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Rangers rally past Astros with 7-run 6th inning - Lexington Herald Leader

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
He is expected to play Monday in the first game of the Rangers' three-game series at San Diego, though manager Ron Washington said his status is day-to-day. ... Houston relievers had not allowed an inherited runner to score this season, stranding 16 before Cruz scored in the sixth. ... Houston pitching coach Doug Brocail was ejected in the top of the ninth inning - with his team batting - after charging out of the dugout to argue with home-plate umpire Dale Scott. ... Washington said RHP Neftali Feliz (sprained right elbow) is expected to begin a long-toss routine on Monday. The team will re-evaluate his status after a couple of weeks. ... Washington said the team has not determined how to use the rotation spot filled by rookie Justin Grimm on Saturday, which next comes up on Friday. There are a few options available, including calling up Roy Oswalt from Triple-A Round Rock.

Hillman Curtis, a Pioneer in Web Design, Dies at 51

Sun, Apr 22, 2012
I did various random jobs. I got into design out of desperation — I didn’t want to wait tables or pound nails.” David Hillman Curtis was born on Feb. 24, 1961, in the La Jolla section of San Diego. He and two sisters were raised by his mother and stepfather, Susan and Paul Zimmerman, both high school teachers. As a student at San Francisco State University, Mr. Curtis formed a rock group, later known as the Green Things, which toured for almost a decade and produced one album for MCA Records before disbanding. Mr. Curtis learned about art and design drawing posters and fliers for his band. After it broke up he took night classes in Photoshop, he told interviewers. By then, already in his 30s, he had landed a few part-time design jobs before being hired for a low-level position at Macromedia, where he worked his way up to art director. Besides his wife and mother, Mr. Curtis is survived by a son, Jasper, a daughter, Tess, and his sisters, Madeleine Curtis and Rebecca Curtis-Cassacia. Long after designing his last Web site, Mr. Curtis remained an important presence in the imagination of Web designers. And professional online journals, which referred to him as “the Michael Jordan of Web design” and “the Grandmaster of Flash,” remained fascinated by his decision to give it all up. “It seems like you had it made,” an interviewer said recently on the Web magazine the 99%. “Why did you move on?” Mr. Curtis answered that he had always wanted to make films and had accomplished his goals as a designer. He detailed those goals in a 2002 interview: “The reason for designing new media is simple — to subtly and quietly change the world.” ... (New York Times)

Jerome's Furniture matriarch Esther Navarra dies at 92 - Furniture Today

Thu, Mar 22, 2012
Furniture Today Staff -- Furniture Today, March 19, 2012 SAN DIEGO — Esther Navarra, a co-founder of San Diego-based Top 100 company Jerome's Furniture with her husband, Vincent Navarra, has died at age 92. Navarra, who died at her home March 15 surrounded by family and friends, would have turned 93 this Wednesday, March 21. A memorial mass and celebration of her life will be held that day at 10 a.m. in St. Vincent's Church, 4080 Hawk St., San Diego, Ca...

Geraldine (Jeanne) Rose Mahaffy - St. George Daily Spectrum

Thu, Mar 22, 2012
Lorrence (Larry) A. Mahaffy, Jr., her best friend and supporter for the rest of her life. They were married in Tacoma, WA on June 25, 1982. In June 1984, Larry and Jeanne moved to Jamul, CA near San Diego. They remained there for twenty years working for various employers. Jeanne's specialty was bookkeeping. Simultaneously they turned a three acre country "fixer-upper" into a personal resort. Jeanne was thoroughly happy growing flowers (especially orchids), cactus of many varieties and sizes, and a select array of cycads and trees. She was especially thrilled with her palm tree surrounded swimming pool and jacuzzi with a Pacific Ocean view. In early 2004, Larry and Jeanne retired, sold the "resort", and moved to Santa Clara, UT. They had started traveling in motor homes by late 2001 and continued enjoying motor home travels after moving to Utah. Jeanne was preceded in death by her parents and brothers Wally and Wayne. She is survived by her husband Larry, her son Jeffery in Everett, WA, her daughter Juliann in Spring Valley, CA, a brother John in Bakersfield, CA, and a sister and brother-in-law Mary Ann and Ken Porter in Marysville, WA. Jeanne's desires for cremation are being handled by the Metcalf Mortuary in St. George, UT. A Celebration of Life event is being considered for Santa Clara, UT and near the Marysville, WA area later in the year. If desired, contributions to any canc...

Donald Garrett Dies at 94; Was CEO of a Lemon Grove Retirement Home - Patch.com

Thu, Mar 22, 2012
Donald Leroy Garrett—a jack of all trades and CEO of a retirement home in Lemon Grove where he retired in 1978—died March 2, according to a U-T San Diego obituary. He was 94. “Don joined the Army Air Corps as a flight instructor at the beginning of World War II and trained pilot cadets how to fly at Thunderbird Field in Glendale, Arizona, until the end of the war,” said his obituary. “Flying was his passion. Over many years, Don and Mae along with his two siblings, sister, Isabelle McCrae, who was a Women's Airforce Service Pilot (WASP), ...

Denise Nadel Dies at 70; Coronado Music Teacher, Yacht Club Member - Patch.com

Thu, Mar 22, 2012
Denise Nadel of Coronado—who taught piano, harp and guitar lessons at her piano conservatory for more than 40 years—died Feb. 29, according to an obituary in U-T San Diego. She was 70. “A member of the Music Teachers’ Association of California, she was actively teaching piano until the time of her death,” said her obituary. “Diana was an involved community volunteer, with particular emphasis on child abuse prevention, devoting her time and talent to Friends of Children United Society for several decades. She loved the beach and made it her home for the pas...

Bill McEwen: Beneath obits lie tales of positive effects on Valley life - Fresno Bee

Thu, Mar 22, 2012
Bob Robinson, 85, was a real cowboy born in Academy and raised in Shaver Lake. World War II took him to the Pacific and duty as a Navy gunner. He put on rodeos in Hawaii, moved to San Diego and then returned home to be the cow boss of Giffen Ranch and participate in cutting horse shows. Dr. Brenton Smith, born in Tonasket, Wash., was 39 years old when he moved to Riverdale after early interests in electrical and nuclear engineering had given way to medicine. Dr. Smith, 67, had a passion for serving patients in the Valley's rural areas and for teaching future family practitioners. And there is Pete Peters, who died Tuesday. Mr. Peters, 94, and his late brother Leon made it big in the Valley and gave back generously. It was Leon who believed the end of Prohibition would be a boon to Valley Foundry because wineries were in need of new and repaired equipment. It was Pete, a self-taught engineer, who later drew up the plans for a circular stainless steel tank that ushered in a new era of winemaking. The Peters brothers formed closed relationships with the Gallo, Mondavi and Wente families, among many, with Pete often spending long hours on site to make sure new equipment worked as advertised. Just as Prohibition's repeal provided opportunity, World War II presented a tall hurdle. Pete served six years in the military, including stints in India and Myanmar -- known then as Burma -- helping build airplane hangars. Leon kept the company afloat and contributed to the war effort by fulfilling military contracts. It's impossible to tally the college students who've...

Update: Crash Kills Jeffrey Marxen of Sharp Grossmont, a 'Doctor's Doctor' - Patch.com

Sun, Feb 26, 2012
Medical Examiner’s Office, Marxen “was the helmeted rider and sole occupant on a 2005 yellow Honda Goldwing motorcycle traveling northbound along the 11900 block of Black Mountain Road in San Diego.”For unknown reasons, authorities said, he failed to negotiate a curve in the roadway, mounted the east curb line, and was thrown from his motorcycle.“He struck a large blue metal canister protecting a water main line along the curb line,” the office said. “Bystanders stopped to render aid. San Diego police and fire personnel responded to the scene.  [But] despite resuscitative efforts, he was unable to be revived and was pronounced dead at the scene. His examination has yet to be schedul...

Dr. Marxen Was on Way Home from Softball Game When Crash Occurred - Patch.com

Sun, Feb 26, 2012
It is a terrible loss to our family, friends, and co-workers,” she said via email, providing photos and an obituary below. His daughter, Marissa, a University of San Diego law student, said Saturday: My father was a very caring and loving father.  He was always encouraging of my education, especially in law school.  I don’t know what I will do without him.  He constantly made sure I knew how proud he was of me and how much he loved me, and I will miss him every day. One of his sons, Philip Marxen, said Sunday: My father worked tirelessly to improve the quality of life of thousands of patients who suffered from arthritis and other knee and hip ailments.  When I was a young child, he often took me with him to the hospital to make rounds and to his office to meet patients.  I felt like my father was a superhero when I read the glowing notes on his bulletin board from patients thanking him for giving them the ability to walk again or work without unbearabl...

Dr. Marxen Was on Way Home from Softball Game When Crash Occurred - Patch.com

Sun, Feb 26, 2012
It is a terrible loss to our family, friends, and co-workers,” she said via email, providing photos and an obituary below. His daughter, Marissa, a University of San Diego law student, said Saturday: My father was a very caring and loving father.  He was always encouraging of my education, especially in law school.  I don’t know what I will do without him.  He constantly made sure I knew how proud he was of me and how much he loved me, and I will miss him every day. One of his sons, Philip Marxen, said Sunday: My father worked tirelessly to improve the quality of life of thousands of patients who suffered from arthritis and other knee and hip ailments.  When I was a young child, he often took me with him to the hospital to make rounds and to his office to meet patients.  I felt like my father was a superhero when I read the glowing notes on his bulletin board from patients thanking him for giving them the ability to walk again or work without unbearabl...




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