Paul James Adcock, Jr., of Riverside, CA, passed away on June 24, 2019 at 71 years of age. Paul was born in Tucumcari, NM to Dorothy and Paul Adcock, Sr., on May 18, 1948. He graduated from Ramona High School in Riverside in 1966 and then enlisted in the United States Army to serve in the war in Vietnam. He would later complete Officer Candidate School and rose to the rank of Captain in the field artillery of the United States Army National Guard. In his civilian life, he completed coursework at Riverside City College and Weber State University and held future positions in the restaurant, automotive, and newspaper industries. Many in the community knew him for dressing as Santa Claus to spread holiday cheer for families and friends. He was a keen enthusiast for history, motorsports, camping, and fishing.
Donald Revere Woods, age 83, passed away at home surrounded by family. He served in the Navy, retired from California Department of Forestry (Fire Captain) and owned his own trucking company. He loved to travel in his 5th wheel with his wife Lenora, loved fishing, NASCAR and spending time with family. He is survived by his wife, Lenora Woods; 2 sisters, Judy and Sandy; sons, Donald Jr., Dean, and Duane; daughter, Denise; step-children, Richard, Dave and Lisa; 25 grandchildren and 29 great grandchildren.
Celebrating the life of Reuben Calvin Gooden. Born February 19, 1947 in San Bernardino, California to Eddie B Gooden (deceased) & Dorothy Gooden. Reuben is one of seven (7) children. He was the 2nd oldest to Eddie Gooden, Jr. (deceased), Donna J. Gooden (deceased), Beverly Wilson (Semien) of Valejo, California Gloria Gooden-(Gray) Davis of Peachtree City, GA, Fransette Gooden of San Bernardino, Gwendolyn White of Madero, California.
Louis Bradvica, a long-time Riverside, CA resident, passed away at his home on June 4, 2019. He was 91. Louis was the youngest of six children born to parents who were ethnic Croatians from Bosnia-Herzegovina, both of whom had immigrated to the U.S. when Bosnia was part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire.
Martin Diaz Zamora, Sr., was born on November 12, 1937 and passed away on May 17, 2019 at the age of 81. A proud veteran of the United States Marine Corps, Martin is survived by his wife, Maria, two sons, Martin, Jr., and Eddie, four daughters, Kathy, Cindy, Audrey, and Jeannette, as well as 15 grandchildren, and four great-grandchildren. Martin was preceded in death by his parents Alejo and Victoria Zamora.
Dallas, or Thomas D. "Sandy" Sanders went home to our Lord and his beloved wife on May 21, 2019 under the care of Willamette Valley Hospice and Zoe Adult Foster Care Home after a long illness. Tom was born Sept. 16, 1937 in Rutland, VT to Cloyd and Kathleen (Kay) Sanders. He graduated from St. Joseph Academy in 1955. Enlisted in the USAF Air Force in 1956 and served for 24 years. He also earned a Bachelors in Vocational Education from The University of Southern Illinois and a Masters of Human Behavior from United States International University. Tom married Catherine (Kay) Griffiths of St. John, Newfoundland, Canada on Nov. 7, 1960. They were married 50 years when Kay passed away in 2011. Tom was a member of Knights of Columbus where he was a Fourth Degree Knight and served as Treasurer. After retiring in 2002 as Manager of Family Services at Los Angeles Air Force Base he became a volunteer for the Loma Linda VA Hospital. Tom is survived by his children, Cathy Sanders of Dallas, OR, David Sanders of Redlands, CA; Jo-Ann Sanders of Grand Terrace, CA; and Ronald Sanders of Highland, CA; granddaughter, Allyson M. Sanders of Dallas, OR; and grandson, Eamonn Sanders of Redlands, CA ; His brother Richard Sanders of Atkinson N. H. and sister Carol Harney of Fair Haven VT.
David Walton Fuller passed away peacefully in Newport Beach, California on May 20th, 2019 after a courageous battle with cancer. His two children were by his side when he went to join his beloved wife, Gail, in Heaven.
Edward Hampton Dean, age 85, passed away May 5, 2019 due to complications from a fall. All his children and grandchildren were by his side. Raised in Twin Falls, ID and San Jose for high school and then graduated SJSU college. He spent 2 years in the U.S. Army. He married Pat and they moved to Riverside, CA and raised three sons and a daughter. He owned Magnolia Health Foods for 25 years. Ed will be remembered for his kind, friendly nature. His life joy was his kids, grandkids and their activities. Children: Ray (predeceased), Paul of Riverside, David (Adriana) of Irvine and Deborah (Jim) McKrell of Atascadero, CA.
John Cicchetti, 100 years old, passed peacefully in his sleep at his home surrounded by family just as he desired. He left life here on earth to go to his eternal home in Heaven with his Savior Jesus Christ where he will be reunited with his wife of over 60 years Eleanor, and many other family members and friends. He is survived by his oldest son John Cicchetti, Jr., son Richard Cicchetti and his wife Nina, daughter Barbara Pearson and her husband John, grandchildren: Megan and Caitlin Cicchetti, Robert Wordan, Oliver Pearson; great grandchildren Isaiah Worden and Desaray Worden.