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A Alan Alameda Director Missionl of Rncdre and Almda
600 South 2nd Street
San Jose , CA 95112
(408) 293-0073
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Bay Area Cremation and Burial Services
2787 Moorpark Avenue
San Jose , CA 95128
(408) 551-0409
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California Cremation Society
586 North 1st Street Suite 107
San Jose , CA 95112
(408) 998-4066
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California Cremation Society
798 South 2nd Street
San Jose , CA 95112
(408) 288-5123
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Calvary Catholic Cemetery
2655 Madden Avenue
San Jose , CA 95116
(408) 258-2940
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Campagna Sam J Chapel of Flowers Funeral Home
900 South 2nd Street
San Jose , CA 95112
(408) 294-9663
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Casket Outlet
1386 North Winchester Boulevard
San Jose , CA 95050
(408) 261-8856
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Chavez Eloy G Mission Chapel Ofcadore and Alameda
600 South 2nd Street
San Jose , CA 95112
(408) 293-0073
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Fischer and Darling Garden Chapel
471 East Santa Clara Street
San Jose , CA 95112
(408) 998-2226
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471 East Santa Clara Street
San Jose , CA 95112
(408) 998-2226
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RC Owens dies at 77; 49ers 'alley oop' receiver - Los Angeles Times

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Owens, a onetime College of Idaho basketball star who led the nation in rebounding, would snatch it out of the sky. "Do you know any teenagers? Even they could throw that pass," Tittle told the San Jose Mercury News in 2007, the 50th anniversary of the club's first documented alley oop. "You just throw it up in the air and hope." There is some debate over when the first such pass was thrown, but the 49ers point to their fourth exhibition game in 1957, when Tittle — in the face of a fierce pass rush by the Chicago Cardinals — attempted to safely fling a ball away by tossing it out of the back of the end zone. To Tittle's shock, the rookie Owens bounded up and reeled in the football for a touchdown. "Gee whiz, you made me look good," Tittle said. "I can do it every time," Owens replied. Alley oop plays resulted in three game-winning touchdowns that season, powering the 49ers to an 8-4 record and their first playoff appearance. He once blocked a field goal by swatting away the ball just as it was about to clear the crossbar. (NFL rules now preclude that type of goal tending.) The term "alley oop" is now used more frequently in basketball, typically referring to a set-up for a dunk in which a player lobs the ball to a teammate near the rim. Raleigh Climon Owens w...

Police Blotter - San Jose Mercury News

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Cruz avenues, 4:57 p.m. Tuesday A woman notified police -- and a locksmith -- after complying with people who pulled up in a black Yukon Denali, said they were police officers and demanded her keys. SAN JOSE Meridian and Auzerais avenues, 2:47 p.m. June 12 A boy was confronted and stabbed in O'Connor Park by males who made gang-related slurs. His injuries were not life threatening. Hester and Park Avenue, 3:08 p.m. June 12 Two 17-ye...

Police Blotter - San Jose Mercury News

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
LOS ALTOS 600 block of Leaf Court, 1:59 a.m. Thursday Police responded to a reported residential burglary in progress, located and assisted the masked intruder: a raccoon trapped in a dumpster. SAN JOSE 2700 block of Trimble Road, 6:36 p.m. June 15 A person was robbed by a male with a gun. McKee Road and Jackson Avenue, 7:09 p.m. June 15 A store employee was injured by male who stole merchandise. Store Road and Leeward Drive, 1:06 a.m. last Saturday A man was uncooperative with police when questioned him about the known person who stabbed him. 100 block of Crocker Drive, 2:53 a.m. last S...

Key trio returns for San Jose's trip to Colorado - Chicago Tribune

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Commerce City, CO — The San Jose Earthquakes were not in action last weekend, but they will face the Colorado Rapids at Dick's Sporting Goods Park on Wednesday rejuvenated by the return of some key players.Striker Chris Wondolowski, who is tied with Kenny Cooper for the Major League Soccer scoring lead, comes back into the fold after a stint with the United States national team, and he will be looking to continue his pos...

Council members push to place library backers' initiative on ... - San Jose Mercury News

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Three San Jose City Council members want the chance to put a controversial charter amendment on the November ballot that would increase funding, hours and staff for city libraries. Councilmen Kansen Chu, Ash Kalra and Xavier Campos have asked that the initiative be placed on the City Council's Aug. 7 agenda, where the full council could discuss it. If a council majority approves, the charter amendment c...

San Jose Woman Dies in Skiing Accident at Northstar - First Tracks

Thu, Mar 22, 2012
Truckee, CA - A 52-year-old San Jose, Calif. woman died last month of a ruptured aorta in a ski accident at Northstar California near Lake Tahoe. The Backside at Northstar. (file photo: Northstar California Resort) The Nevada County Coroner’s Office indicates that Cindy Tucker Mulcahy sustained the injury on the afternoon of Feb. 23 before she was found unconscious on the Castle Peak run in Northstar’s Backside terrain po...

Obit Moreno - Tehachapi News

Thu, Mar 22, 2012
Donna of 10 years. Daughters Sarah and son-in-law David Pauley, grandchildren: Ally Rene, Novalee Marie, Bryon Michael Pauley of Bastrop, Tex. His son, James Thomas Moreno of San Jose. Daughters; Loni L. Hale, Laura E. Fowler and grandchildren; Anaya J. Hale, Elizabeth S. Fowler of Tehachapi. Brothers, Anthony R. Moreno Sr., David R. Moreno of Imperial, and sister, Laura A. and brother-in-law Allen Ennis of Wichita, Kan.;17 nieces and nephews, 18 great nieces and nephews and numerous cousins. Daniel is preceded in death by his father; James T. Moreno and mother Emily M. Moreno. Viewing was held Thursday, March 15 and Rosary at Frye's Mortuary in Brawley. Mass was held at St. Anthony of Padua in Imperial. He then was cremated. In lieu of flowers, donations to be addressed to the Heart Foundation in his name. Join us for a memorial March 24, 3 p.m. at VFW on Tehachapi Blvd. Print Story Email Share Facebook ...

Obit Moreno - Tehachapi News

Thu, Mar 22, 2012
Donna of 10 years. Daughters Sarah and son-in-law David Pauley, grandchildren: Ally Rene, Novalee Marie, Bryon Michael Pauley of Bastrop, Tex. His son, James Thomas Moreno of San Jose. Daughters; Loni L. Hale, Laura E. Fowler and grandchildren; Anaya J. Hale, Elizabeth S. Fowler of Tehachapi. Brothers, Anthony R. Moreno Sr., David R. Moreno of Imperial, and sister, Laura A. and brother-in-law Allen Ennis of Wichita, Kan.;17 nieces and nephews, 18 great nieces and nephews and numerous cousins. Daniel is preceded in death by his father; James T. Moreno and mother Emily M. Moreno. Viewing was held Thursday, March 15 and Rosary at Frye's Mortuary in Brawley. Mass was held at St. Anthony of Padua in Imperial. He then was cremated. In lieu of flowers, donations to be addressed to the Heart Foundation in his name. Join us for a memorial March 24, 3 p.m. at VFW on Tehachapi Blvd. Print Story Email Share Facebook ...

Obit — Patricia 'Elaine' Litts - Daily Ardmoreite

Thu, Mar 22, 2012
Patricia “Elaine” Litts, 56, passed away quietly at her home on March 2, 2012. Elaine was born on March 25, 1955, in San Jose, California, to parents, Robert and Leora Rankin. She attended Ozark Academy in Gentry, Ark., where she graduated in 1972 and the class Salutatorian. She was accepted to the Loma Linda Medical School to become a doctor but chose to reside in Ardmore to become a nurse and raise a family. She was raised as a Seventh Day Adventist and took with her, the fond memories attending camp meetings ...

From Mission Mogul to Chinatown Businessman - Mission Local

Thu, Mar 22, 2012
When Center died at age 91, the farming fields had long been covered over by industrial businesses, which flourished after the construction, in 1860, of a railroad that connected San Jose and San Francisco, running through what is now San Jose Avenue and Harrison Street. In 1870, Mission Creek was manually filled to create land needed for continuing development in the Mission. San Francisco became the most important manufacturing center west of Chicago, and between the 1880s and 1950s, one-third of all San Franciscans made their living in industrial production, much of which happened in the Mission. Center participated heavily in that growth, which is probably why he listed himself in the 1880 census as a “capitalist.” He owned the “John Center Company and the California Cotton Mills, and was a director of two banks, Mission and Mission Savings,” according to the city planning report. When Center’s nephew George Center, a city supervisor, sold the land in 1924, it’s not surprising that the buyer, Sartorius Company, was involved in manufacturing. In the early 1900s, the Sartorius Company manufactured ornamental iron and bronze for things like elevators, gates and safes. A 1905 book on San Francisco commerce described the company as having “integrity, reliability and excellent workmanship.” After the 1906 fire, the company moved to 15th and Utah streets, where Albert F. Kindt took over as president. Kindt had the “eye of a good business man,” according to a 1908 Daily News Article. The Sartorius Company moved its business to the Mission, where it built the wooden warehouse seen today. Even though wood structures were more susceptible to destruction, and rare after 1906, they were quick and easy to build. The Mission at the time was filled with other small and medium-sized manufacturing companies, including, according to a city planning report, such operations as vinegar and piano works; trunk, broom, candle and soap factories; a brewery; a planing mill; and a dairy. More commercial-industrial operations were established in the less populated southern Mission. Shoe factories, a potter and a house-mover were located near the railroad station at Valencia and 25th streets; lumber yards came to fill the empty, irregular plots along the railroad alignment. The property on Hampshire was owned by Sartorius until 1974, when JC Market’s Raymond Leong and his two brothers purchased it. They’ve been the owners ever since, using it to store their market’s products. In 2008, the San Francisco Planning Department conducted a survey of buildings in the area. Moses Corrette of the survey team told Mission Loc@l that planners found the warehouse to be “not architecturally significant.” That may be so, but it does have a part in Mission history. Follow us on Twitter, Join us on Facebook ...




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