He also worked as a driver, shuttling residents around Los Angeles and collecting food donations. She is survived by her husband of 55 years, Cornelius, her two sons Michael and Brian, her daughter, Adriane, and two grandchildren. Devoted parents, the Mitchells were generous and welcoming.
Celia Marcos, 61, worked as a nurse for decades, a career that had been her dream, according to her older son, Donald Jay Marcos.
Because Valero was in the food industry, he and Astorga continued to work, even as the rest of Los Angeles Country closed down. Dey believes that his approach dates back to how her father found religion. Instead, they went to the movies.
If the drain was clogged or the toilet needed plumbing, Ramos was the first person people called. The couple also enjoyed biking along Pacific Coast Highway and hiking. The two married in and, with Szabadi's children Kara Lyne and Zack, became a family.
He had a long battle with dementia, and she succumbed to COVID, the disease caused by the novel coronavirus. We called
After graduating from high school, Kling began working on the assembly line at 3M, an electronic manufacturing plant, assembling data storage back-up cartridges. She also wrote poetry and was active as a director on a variety of boards for local government agencies, colleges, museums and foundations.
Our condolences are extended to her mother and family. Once, his son-in-law remarked that he was like those explorers who had flown around the world in a hot air balloon. In went an pound roll of blank paper, carefully guided into place by Cartagena; out came more copies of the Daily Pilot or the New York Post, or the comics sections for the Los Angeles Times and the San Diego Union-Tribune, ready to be enjoyed by hundreds of thousands of readers across Southern California.
Mona said she admired the way her husband adjusted to the loss of mobility and tremors caused by M.