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John Gael EVANS

[347]

18 Dec 1909 - 03 Jun 1973

Father: Samuel Arthur EVANS
Mother: Maud C. MCKAY

Family 1 : Anna Marie KRITSCHER
  1.  John Phillip EVANS

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 _Samuel Arthur EVANS _|
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[347] John Gael EVANS
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World War II Service
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John G. Evans 20-61-56
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World War II Service Cardinal 1948, p. 166
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    John was born 18 December 1909 in Santa Cruz, Calif. He graduated from Santa Cruz High School with the June class of 1929. His mother, Mrs. Maud M. Evans, resides at 31 Buena Vista Ave., Santa Cruz.
    John entered the service [on] 12 September 1942. He received his training at Cornell University, Boston University, and Norfolk, Virginia. Overseas. he was an Armed Guard Commanding Officer, and saw duty in the Pacific,
Carribean, and Atlantic theaters.
    He returned to the states in October 1943, and was assigned to duties as Senior Seamanship Instructor at USNR Midshipman's School of University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, Indiana.
    Dishcarged 7 January 1946, with rank of Lt, USNR.
[Source #1]
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Funeral Notice - White's Mortuary
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Monday 4 June 1973 Santa Cruz Sentinel, p. 21
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    EVANS - In Santa Cruz, Calif., June 3, 1973, John G. Evans. Survived by his wife Anna Marie Evans, one son, John Phillip Evans, both of Santa Cruz; two brothers, Dr. Elliot Evans of Orinda and Ross Evans of Fremont; one sister,
Mrs. Paul Murray of San Jose; also four nieces and three nephews. Aged 63 years.
    Retired Lt. Commander of the Navy; member California Teachers Association, Phi Alpha Kappa, board member of Santa Cruz Library, F&AM Lodge 38, B.P.O.E. of Santa Cruz; also belonged to Chapter 1849 E. Clampus Vitus of
Downieville, Surf City Kiawanis Club.
    Services will be conducted at Calvary Episcopal Church Wednesday, June 6, 1973, at 2 p.m. with the Rev. Alexander Anderson officiating. Friends are respectfully requested to attend. Private interment in IOOF Cemetery. In lieu of
flowers, donations to the Heart Foundation or your favorite charity are preferred.
[Source #2]
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Abstract of Death Certificate
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John Gael Evans; DOB: 18 Dec 1909; DOD: 3 Jun 1973, 9:20 a.m.; POD: Santa Cruz
County Hospital, 1080 Emaline St; Cause: arteriosclerosis; Father: Samuel
Evans, Engl.; Mother: Maud McKay, CA; Occupation: school administrator, Santa
Cruz City Schools, 14 years; Informant: Anna Marie Kritscher Evans (wife);
Burial/Cremation: cremation, Soquel Crematory, 6 Jun 1973, IOOF Crematory.
[Source #3]
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Sources:
1. World War II Service Cardinal 1948, p. 166
2. Monday 4 June 1973 Santa Cruz Sentinel, p. 21
3. Death Certificate # 4400-794
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[345] [SOURCE] CADI; SSDI, SS# 571-28-1656, issued in CA

[346] [SOURCE] Death Certificate # 4400-794


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Oliver Martin FEHLIMAN

1870 - 1936

Father: Robert FEHLIMAN
Mother: Amanda GONSER

Family 1 : Hermina "Minnie" PREUSS
  1.  Walter FEHLIMAN

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                    _Jacob FAHLIMANN _____________|
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 _Robert FEHLIMAN _|
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|--Oliver Martin FEHLIMAN 
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|                   _Henry GONSER ________________|
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|_Amanda GONSER ___|
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                   |_Rachel ROWE _________________|
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Grant JONES

____ - ____

Father: Abner JONES
Mother: Harriet BRUNT


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Leo George KRAEMER

16 Jun 1921 - 18 Dec 1981

Family 1 : _______ LAURENCE

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[864] [SOURCE] CADI; SSDI: SS# 559-26-1137, issued in CA


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Edna Viola MCALLISTER

____ - ____

Father: George William MCALLISTER
Mother: Sarah Gifford TRASK

Family 1 : Floyd E. CAMPBELL

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 _George William MCALLISTER _|
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|--Edna Viola MCALLISTER 
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George Lester MOORAD

[288]

25 Mar 1908 - 12 Jul 1949

Father: Shazzar MOORAD
Mother: Elizabeth Sarah MCELHENNY

Family 1 : Mary Eva MCCABE
  1.  Mac MOORAD
  2.  George Michael MOORAD

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|--George Lester MOORAD 
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|_Elizabeth Sarah MCELHENNY _|
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[288] George Lester MOORAD
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Obituary
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Tuesday 12 July 1949 Santa Cruz Sentinel-News, Page One
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George L. Moorad, Former Local Newsman, Killed In India Crash
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Was On Way Home From Far East Tour
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    George L. Moorad, city editior of the Santa Cruz Sentinel from 1937 until 1941, was one of 13 American newsmen killed in the crash of a Royal Dutch Airline KLM Constellation, north of Bombay, India, today.
    The newsmen were returning from a tour of Indonesia sponsored by the Netherlands government when the crash occurred in a driving rainstorm.
    Moorad, correspondent of the Portland Oregonian and Radio Station KGW, was author of the well known book on Russia "Behind the Iron Curtain."
    A native of Portland, Ore., Moorad was a grad of Portland university and served five years on the colorful English papers in Shanghai from 1932 until early in 1937.
    He became city editor of the Morning Sentinel on his return to the states. While here he resided with his family on Peyton Street. An active golfer, he was a member of the old Monterey Bay Golf and Country Club.
    He wrote a number of fiction and non-fiction stories for newspapers and magazines while working for the Sentinel.
    In January, 1941, he became public relations director for the Pacific Red Cross and served overseas in the Australian area before joining the Columbia Broadcasting System as a war correspondent.
    He later reported on landing at Guadalcannel, Buna, and other South West Pacific amphibious invasions for the Saturday Evening Post.
    From the Pacific theater, Moorad went to Europe, serving for a while as CBS commentator and correspondent in Cairo, with the 5th Army in Italy and at Rome.
    He then took charge of the CBS office in Ankara, Turkey, before getting his big assignment as the CBS correspondent in Moscow. he also servied as correspondent there of the London Daily News.
    Moorad left Moscow in April, 1945, flying from Russia with Ambassador Averill Harriman to the United Nations charter conference in San Francisco. Moorad later told his friends that he was extremely fortunate to leave the Russian
capital on the diplomatic plane as he was ill-favored in Russia because of his stories and his comments critical of Moscow.
    His book, "Behind the Iron Curtain," told of his experience and knowledge of Russian affairs during his services as a Moscow correspondent.
    Following the end of World War II, Moorad returned to his native city of Portland to become a news commentator on station KGW and a feature writer for the Portland Oregonian.
    He recently finished work on a book on the communists in China. It is due for publication later this year. Moorad was in China during the Japanese incidents in 1932 while working as a reporter on the China Press and other
Shanghai newspapers.
    It was only a few weeks ago that Moorad visited Santa Cruz with his family. He stayed with his sister-in-law, Miss Rose McCabe of 617 Laurent Street.
    At the time, Moorad was preparing to go East to settle plans for the publication of his new book on the Red menace in China. He had future plans for a television newscast in Portland on his return to the west coast.
    United Press reports said that Ambassador Lon Henderson of India had identified Moorad's body at the scene of the plane crash. Other bodies identified were those of S. Burton Heath, NEA Pulitzer prize winner and John Werkley of
Time magazine.
    Moorad is survived by his widow Eva; two sons, Mac, 14, and Michael, 9, and his mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Moorad, all of Portland.
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Source:
Tuesday 12 July 1949 Santa Cruz Sentinel-News, Page One
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Charles Edward WARREN

[204]

26 Oct 1926 - 04 Mar 2005

Father: Edward Joseph WARREN
Mother: Helen Catherine GATKE

Family 1 : Margaret Louise "Peggy" _______
  1.  Mark Edward WARREN
  2.  Daniel Joseph WARREN
  3.  Catherine Annette "Cat" WARREN
Family 2 : Agnes L. _______

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                          _William Joseph WARREN _|
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 _Edward Joseph WARREN __|
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|--Charles Edward WARREN 
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[204] Charles E. WARREN
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Obituary
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Friday 25 March 2005 Santa Cruz Sentinel
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    There will be no services for Charles E. Warren, who died March 4 in Black Butte Ranch, Ore. He was 78.
    Mr. Warren was born in Portland, Ore. He spent most of his childhood in Santa Cruz, where his father was a public school educator and administrator.
    He worked at Oregon State University as a graduate assistant. He became an assistant professor there in 1953 and received his doctorate degree from UC Berkeley in 1961.
    For several years he served as acting head of the OSU Department of Fisheries and Wildlife. For more than 30 years, he was head of Oak Creek Laboratory of Biology at OSU.
    He published dozens of research papers with colleagues and graduate students. He also authored an influential text on the biology of water pollution in the early 1970s.
    He moved to Black Butte Ranch with his wife, Margaret Louise "Peggy" Warren, after his retirement from OSU in 1987. Peggy died in 1993.
    In 2000 he married Agnes Rands.
    His first priority, in addition to his family, were the dozens of outstanding graduate students he collaborated with over the years, even after retirement, working together on problems of natural resources.
    Mr. Warren is survived by his wife, Agnes; sons Mark Edward of Vancouver, British Columbia, and Daniel Joseph of Philomath, Ore.; daughter Catherine Annette of Durham, N.C.; sister Betty Warren Young of Santa Cruz; four
stepchildren; three grandchildren; nine step-grandchildren and several nieces and nephews.
    A small family dinner will be held in memory of Charles, but there will be no formal services.
    Contributions are preferred to a charity or organization of the donor's
choice.
[Source #1]
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Obituary
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Monday 7 March 2005 Corvallis[, OR] Gazette-Times
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Oct. 26, 1926 - March 4, 2005
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    Charles E. Warren died Friday surrounded by family at his home at Black Butte Ranch. He was 78.
    Charles was born in Portland to Edward Joseph Warren and Helen Catherine Gatke Warren, the eldest of their two children. Charles spent most of his childhood in Santa Cruz, Calif., where his father was a public school educator
and administrator.
    He married Margaret Louise "Peggy" Warren. Charles and Peggy raised their three children, Mark, Daniel and Catherine, in Corvallis.
    Charles spent his entire career at Oregon State University as a fisheries biologist with a specialty in water pollution control. He was hired as a graduate assistant at OSU in 1949 and became an assistant professor in 1953. He
received a doctoral degree from the University of California at Berkeley in 1961.
    For several years he served as acting head of the department of fisheries and wildlife. He was head of the College of Agriculture's Oak Creek Laboratory of Biology for more than 30 years. He published dozens of research papers
with colleagues and graduate students. He also authored an influential text on the biology of water pollution in the early 1970s. But his first priority, in addition to his family, were the dozens of outstanding graduate students he collaborated with
over the years, even after retirement, working together on problems of natural resources.
    Charles and Peggy moved to Black Butte Ranch after his retirement from Oregon State University in 1987. Peggy died in 1993.
    In December 2000, Charles married Black Butte Ranch resident Agnes Rands. They continued living at Black Butte Ranch and visited frequently with children and grandchildren.
    Charles is survived by his wife, Agnes; children, Mark Edward of Vancouver, B.C.; Daniel Joseph of Philomath and Catherine Annette of Durham, N.C.; sister, Betty of Santa Cruz, Calif.; grandchildren, Kelly, Hannah and Torie;
step-children, Deborah, Lisa, Julie and Shelley; nine step-grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews.
    A small family dinner will be held in memory of Charles, but there will be no formal service.
    Memorial contributions can be made to the organization or charity of one's
choice.
[Source #2]
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Sources:
1. Friday 25 March 2005 Santa Cruz Sentinel
2. Monday 7 March 2005 Corvallis[, OR] Gazette-Times
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Hazel WEIR

28 Jan 1898 - 14 Feb 1975

Family 1 : Vane LAURENCE

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[552] [SOURCE] CADI; SSDI, SS# 555-21-4832, issued in CA


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Nancy _______

22 Jun 1884 - 22 Aug 1962

Family 1 : Torello "Tom" PAGANELLI
  1. +Julia PAGANELLI

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[681] [SOURCE] CADI


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