Obituaries – 3/22/05 (2024)

Serafina Uribe, 81

SUN CITY —— Serafina Uribe, 81, died Saturday, March 19, 2005,at Menifee Valley Medical Center, she lived in the Sun City andPerris areas for 12 years.

Born Oct. 4, 1923, in Mexico City, she helped in the building ofthe San Judas of Tadeo Church in Ensenada, Mexico.

Mrs. Uribe is survived by her daughters and sons-in-law, MariaGarcia and Jose Alfonso of Perris and Vicky and Luis Patino ofPerris; son and daughter-in-law, Lupe and Dolores Uribe of LaQuinta; grandchildren Belinda, Teresa, Lino, Diane, Alex andAllison; and six great-grandchildren.

A funeral service is scheduled for 11 a.m. Saturday, March 26,at Miller-Jones Mortuary & Crematory in Sun City with the Rev.David Williamson officiating. Private interment is planned.

An online guestbook is available at

Miller-Jones Mortuary is handling arrangements.

William Lund, 68

MURRIETA —— William Beverly Lund, 68, died Friday, March 18,2005, at his home.

Born Dec. 19, 1936, in Canada, he lived in Murrieta since 1990.He was a Downey police officer. He graduated from the FBI NationalAcademy and retired as a lieutenant in 1990 after 29 years. Heserved in the U.S. Army as a military police officer. He graduatedfrom El Rancho High School and Cal State Fullerton. He enjoyedbaseball and home improvement projects.

Mr. Lund is survived by his wife of 43 years, Carol Hansen Lundof Murrieta; daughters and sons-in-law Wendy and Rob Mucho, Heidiand Jim Rettela, Tami and Mark Johnson, Cindee and David Rumley;son and daughter-in-law, KC and Carla Lund; and eightgrandchildren.

A memorial service is scheduled for noon Wednesday, March 23, atthe Temecula United Methodist Church, 42690 Margarita Road.

An online guest book is available at

In lieu of flowers, the family suggests donations to St. JudeChildren’s Hospital.

Miller-Jones Mortuary & Crematory in Sun City is handlingarrangements.

John Boland, 74

TEMECULA —— John P. Boland, 74, died Thursday, March 17, 2005,in Corona.

Born May 22, 1930, in Cleveland, he lived in Temecula for 13years. He served in the U.S. Army during the Korean War. He wasawarded the Korean Service Medal and the U.N. Service Medal. He wasthe owner and operator of John Boland Construction for 35 years. Hewas a member of St. Martha’s Catholic Church. He enjoyedtraveling.

Mr. Boland was preceded in death by his parents, William andSusan Boland; and sister, Virginia Guyer. He is survived by hiswife of 51 years, Mary Boland; sons and daughter-in-law KevinBoland of San Diego and Mark and Robin Boland of Julian; daughtersSusan Copeland of Florida and Laura Navarre of Temecula; brother,Michael Boland of Cleveland; and grandchildren Jessica, Greg, Jack,Riley and Emilee.

Visitation is scheduled from 4 to 8 p.m. and rosary recited at 7p.m. today, March 22, at Stout Family Funeral Home in Temecula. AMass will be celebrated at 10 a.m. Wednesday, March 23, at St.Martha’s Catholic Church in Murrieta. Interment will follow atTemecula Public Cemetery.

Stout Family Funeral Home in Temecula is handlingarrangements.

Miguel Garcia, 55

ESCONDIDO —— Miguel Santos Garcia, 55, died Saturday, March 19,2005.

Born Sept. 29, 1949, in Oaxaca, Mexico, he lived in Escondidofor 17 years. He was self-employed in construction for eight years.He was a member of the Iglesia Liberacion Divina.

Mr. Garcia is survived by his wife of 35 years, Maria Santos ofEscondido; mother Delfina Garcia Hernandez of Mexico; daughter AnaArgelia Santos of Escondido; brothers and sisters-in-law Hipolitoand Ana Santos and Juan and Rosa Santos, all of Escondido, andMargarito and Octavia and Rodolfo and Olivia Santos, all of Mexico;sisters Alejandra Santos, Misall Lugo, and Virginia and JenaroSantos, all of Mexico City; and grandchildren Anahi and Nathan.

Viewing is scheduled from 4:30 to 8:30 p.m. Wednesday, March 23,at McLeod Mortuary Chapel.

A funeral service will be held at 10 a.m. Thursday, March 24, atMcLeod Mortuary Chapel with the Rev. Ramirez officiating.

Interment will follow at Oak Hill Memorial Park.

The family suggests donations to the American Cancer Society,2655 Camino Del Rio North, Suite 100, San Diego, CA 92108.

McLeod Mortuary is handling arrangements.

William Copeland, 85

ESCONDIDO —— William Dallas Copeland, 85, died Tuesday, March15, 2005.

He was born April 20, 1919, in Dekalb County, Ala. He was theowner of Copeland Transmission for 32 years, retiring in 1982. Heserved in the U.S. Army.

Mr. Copeland is survived by his sons, Gary Copeland of LakeHavasu, Ariz., and Doug Copeland of Valley Center; daughter JaniceYoungman of Escondido; half-sister Eloise Lott of Decatur, Ala.;grandchildren Michael, Jeff, LeAnne, James, John, Sheri, Claudia,Dirk, Chloe and Caleigh; and eight great-grandchildren.

A graveside service with military honors will be held at noonWednesday, March 23, at Longshore Cemetery in Collinsville,Ala.

His nephew, Johnny Yarbrough, will officiate.

Hartselle Heritage Funeral Home in Alabama, and Alhiser-ComerMortuary in Escondido are handling arrangements.

George Reiss, 64

VISTA —— George Gifford Reiss, 64, died Wednesday, March 16,2005, at his home.

Born Nov. 23, 1940, in Youngstown, Ohio, he lived in Vista for33 years.

He was the owner and president of GR Enterprises inEscondido.

He was a member of the First Presbyterian Church of Oceansideand the Rainbow Shooting Club.

Mr. Reiss is survived by his wife, Nancy K. Reiss of Vista; sonGeorge R. Reiss of Valley Center; and brothers John E. Reiss ofMorriston, Fla., and Thomas J. Reiss of Hilton Head, S.C.

Visitation is scheduled from noon to 1:30 p.m. Wednesday, March23, at Allen Bros. Mortuary, Vista Chapel. A graveside service willfollow at 2 p.m. at San Marcos Cemetery.

A celebration of life will then follow at 3:30 p.m. at GREnterprises, 2316 Vineyard Ave. in Escondido.

Allen Bros. Mortuary, Vista Chapel, is handlingarrangements.

Alvern Johnson, 70

VISTA —— Alvern Everad Johnson, 70, died Thursday, March 17,2005, of prostate cancer.

Born Sept. 12, 1934, in Ohio, he lived in Vista for two years.He had a bachelorís degree and masterís degree from Pitt.

Mr. Johnson is survived by his wife of 49 years, Rebecca YoungJohnson of Vista; sons and daughter-in-law Wally Johnson of NiagaraFalls, N.Y., and Charles and Vera Johnson of Downey; daughters andsons-in-law Trish and Tim of Redondo Beach and Cathie and Jim ofWestminster, Colo.; and grandchildren Ryan, Paul, Ashley, Matt,Katy, Alicia, Kayleen, Melody, Marcus and Alex.

A memorial service is scheduled for 1:30 p.m. Saturday, March26, at San Luis Rey United Methodist Church in Oceanside. Burialwill take place at 11 a.m. Friday, March 25, at Rose Hills MemorialPark in Whittier.

The family suggests donations to a local chapter of the AmericanCancer Society.

Rose Hills Mortuary in Whittier is handling arrangements.

Rose Semanick, 67

ESCONDIDO —— Rose M. Semanick, 67, died Thursday, March 17,2005.

Born Jan. 20, 1938, in Bridgeville, Pa., she lived in Escondidofor six years. She retired in 1999 as a costume design seamstress.She attended Hope Community Church in Escondido. She enjoyedanimals.

Mrs. Semanick is survived by her husband, Joseph Semanick Sr. ofBridgeville, Pa.; daughters Vivian Semanick and Joanne Semanick,both of Bridgeville and Suzy Schurman of Escondido; son JosephSemanick Jr. of Pennsylvania; brother Emil Codol Jr. of Sarasota,Fla.; and grandchildren.

A memorial service will be held in Bridgeville.

The family suggests donations to the Escondido Humane Society,3450 E. Valley Parkway, Escondido, CA 92027.

California Funeral Alternatives is handling arrangements.

Dale Wood, 75

FALLBROOK —— Dale Wood, 75, died Saturday, March 19, 2005, ofrespiratory arrest.

Born Nov. 3, 1929, in Inglewood, he lived in Fallbrook for 15years. He managed meat markets and owned and operated two marketsin Manhattan Beach before joining South Bay Butcher Supply. He wasa member of Riverview Evangelical Free Church in Bonsall and servedon the Menís Ministry team and led a home group Bible study.

Mr. Wood was preceded in death by his parents, six brothers; andtwo sisters. He is survived by his wife of 54 years, Gladys DanielsWood of Fallbrook; son and daughter-in-law Larry and Louise Wood ofTemecula; daughters and sons-in-law Terrie and John Fasullo andDebbie and Frank Fasullo, all of Orange County; brother Jack Wood;sister Barbara Tindall; grandchildren Dan, Kim, C.J., Nick, Jodi,Casey, Scott, Josh and Luke; and two great-granddaughters.

A memorial service is scheduled for 1 p.m. Thursday, March 31,at Riverview Evangelical Free Church in Bonsall.

The family suggests donations to the Menís Ministry ScholarshipFund, Riverview Evangelical Free Church, 4980 Sweetgrass Lane,Bonsall, CA 92003, (760) 941-1430.

Norman Thorpe, 69

SAN MARCOS —— Norman E. Thorpe, 69, died Saturday, March 19,2005, at Tri-City Medical Center in Oceanside.

Born Feb. 4, 1936, in San Bernardino, he lived in San DiegoCounty for 20 years. He was a property manger for Imperial S &L and in the real estate business for 15 years. He served in theU.S. Army during the Korean War. He enjoyed playing golf, travelingand cooking.

Mr. Thorpe is survived by his wife of 31 years, Lynne E. Thorpeof San Marcos; mother Emeldra Thorpe of San Marcos; son anddaughter-in-law Michael and Florence Fox of Edmond, Okla.; daughterand son-in-law Cheryl and Bill Taylor of Temecula; brother andsister-in-law Donald and Phyllis Thorpe of Yucaipa; sisters andbrother-in-law Meggie Handgis and Helen and Phil Eldred, all of SanMarcos; and grandchildren Alex, Cierra, Mallory, McKenna, Jason andAdam.

Visitation and viewing are scheduled from 6 to 8 p.m. and rosaryrecited at 5:30 p.m. today, March 22, at Allen Bros. Mortuary, SanMarcos Chapel. A funeral Mass will be celebrated at 1 p.m.Wednesday, March 23, at St. Markís Catholic Church in San Marcoswith the Rev. Gil Espuelas officiating. Interment will be at SanMarcos Cemetery.

Allen Bros. Mortuary, San Marcos Chapel, is handlingarrangements.

Tim Farris, 50

NORTH COUNTY —— Tim Farris, 50, died Thursday, March 17, 2005,at his home.

Born Aug. 9, 1954, in California, he lived in North County for20 years. He was a customer sales representative for a homesecurity system.

Mr. Farris is survived by his wife of 17 1/2 years, Tracy Farrisof Carlsbad; mother Eloise Oliver of Phoenix; daughter Tammy Farrisof Carlsbad; brothers and sisters-in-law Vaughn and Diana Oliver ofVan Nuys and Robert and Brenda Spruell of Kentucky; and sisters andbrother-in-law Penny and Irv Watkins of Olympia, Wash., Pat Brittof Encinitas; and Snookie Porter of Missouri.

Private services and cremation were held.

Eternal Hills Mortuary is handling arrangements.


Robert D. Phillips

May 4, 1936 — March 12, 2005

Robert Dale Phillips, 68, of Oceanside, Calif., went home to bewith the Lord after a short illness on Saturday, March 12, 2005. Hewas a devoted husband and a loving father.

Robert was born in Indiana, on May 4, 1936, served in the AirForce from 1958 to 1960 and retired after 27 years as anelectronics mechanic in civil service at Camp Pendleton in 1999. Hereceived his Associate of Arts degree in psychology from MiraCostaCollege in Oceanside in 1977.

He is preceded in death by his daughter, Cathy Phelps ofWyoming, and by his mother, Ruby Dickey of San Marcos, Calif.

He is survived by his devoted wife of 45 years, ElizabethPhillips of Oceanside, Calif.; son Robert R. Phillips of Carlsbad,Calif.; brother Royce Williams of Arizona; sisters Dee and Joyce ofTexas; stepbrother Elton Williams of North Carolina; sister-in-lawBlanche Wheat of Spring Valley, Calif.; son-in-law Jim Phelps andtwo grandchildren, Nathan and Charisse of Rock Spring, Wyoming; andhis cat, Tiger.

A celebration of life service will be held at 1 p.m. Saturday,March 26, at Cornerstone Community Church of Oceanside.

The family suggests that in lieu of flowers, donations be madeto Tri-City Hospice, 2095 W. Vista Way, Suite 201, Vista, CA 92083,(760) 940-5801, in memory of Robert D. Phillips.

Lawrence Coppotelli, 85

World War II Veteran

ESCONDIDO —— Lawrence ìLarryî A. Coppotelli, died at theEscondido Care Center, Thursday, March 17, 2005, after a lengthyillness. He was born in Nelson, Illinois, on January 22, 1920, andhad resided in Escondido and Pauma Valley since 1976.

Larry graduated from St. Ambrose University in Davenport, Iowa,in 1942, with degrees in chemistry and engineering.

He was an outstanding athlete, and was the quarterback anddefensive safety for the 1940 championship football team.

St. Ambrose was not only undefeated that season, but amazingly,no other team was able to score any points against it. He was amember of the St. Ambrose Hall of Fame.

Larry met Mary Quirine Schmitt of Algona, Iowa, when she was astudent at Marycrest College, and they married on January 30, 1943,while he was completing pilot flight training with the Army AirForce in San Antonio, Texas. Overseas, Larry was a first lieutenantflying B-25 Mitchell Bombers with the 498th Squadron of the 345thAir Apaches Bombardment Group of the 5th Air Force.

He flew 43 combat missions from May 1944 to April 1945, in theSouth and Western Pacific Theaters. He served in New Guinea, thePhilippines and the Battle of Leyte Gulf, and got as far as Chinaand Japan. Among his decorations, Larry was awarded the Air Medal.Larry and his crew flew mostly low level missions, which causedseveral of their aircraft to receive severe damage from enemy fire.Larry was always very proud of the fact that all of his crewmembers, who accompanied him overseas survived to come home.

Back in Illinois, after the war, Larry was a member of variousservice organizations including the VFW and American Legion, theElks, the Rotary Club; he owned and flew numerous private aircraftand owned a Chrysler Corporation car dealership, and a family farm.He moved his family to Auburn, California, in 1962 and was a realestate broker until retiring in Pauma Valley.

Larry enjoyed sporting events, dancing to the sound of the BigBands, playing golf and bridge.

Larry is survived by Mary, his wife for 62 years; his sister,Alice Quaco of Encinitas; three sons, Larry Coppotelli of Carmel,Steve Coppotelli of Escondido and Cory Coppotelli of San Diego; adaughter, Lauri Williams of Linn Creek, Missouri; sixgrandchildren; and four great-grandchildren; and nephew, Kim Quacoof Carlsbad.

A private memorial Mass will be held at the Church of theResurrection in Escondido today, March 22, at 10:30 a.m. to befollowed by military honors and interment in the Rosecrans NationalCemetery, Point Loma, in San Diego.

The family suggests that donations be sent to the Church ofResurrection in Escondido at 1445 Conway Drive, Escondido, CA92025.

Patricia Ann Cady

Patricia Ann (Patty) Cady passed away unexpectedly butpeacefully at her home on March 18, 2005, from pulmonary fibrosis.She was deeply loved, and will be missed by her family and manyfriends. Truly ìone of a kind,î hers was a life worthy of greatcelebration.

Born in Beverly Hills on April 15, 1933, she grew up with hermother, sister and two brothers. In 1955, she married JosephDresner, an aerospace engineer (since passed away, along with hersecond husband, David Duncan). They settled down with their twochildren in Santa Monica, California. In 1974, they moved to SolanaBeach, where she lived until her death.

She will be most remembered for her love of people from allwalks of life, her undying optimism, her fearless sense ofadventure, great strength of character and intense love oflife.

She was an accomplished artist, golfer, tennis player and worldtraveler. She loved the beach and valued all of natureís greatgifts ññ something totally consistent with her caring and generouspersonality.

However, Patty is possibly best known for her irresistible,wacky and downright mischievous sense of humor, along with manymemorable deeds that flowed from it. She understood what reallymattered in life ññ people, children, family, laughter andfriends.

The spark of life lives in us all, but in Pattyís case it wasmore a bonfire. And without fail, all were attracted to itsbrilliant light ññ a light that will live on and continue to warmevery one of our hearts. This was her truly great and upliftinggift to all she encountered.

She is survived by husband, Dean Cady; her son, Dan; herdaughter-in-law, Linda; her two beautiful grandchildren, Allisonand Blake; her daughter, Debbie; her son-in-law, Bruce; her sister,Joan; and her brother, Allan.

A service celebrating her life will be held at Fletcher Cove,Solana Beach, on Friday, March 25, at noon.

In lieu of flowers, the family suggests donations to the LupusFoundation of America Northern California Chapter, 2775 Cottage,Suite 5, Sacramento, CA 95825.

Chinn Callan

Chinn Callan (Chin-Lan Park) died on March 11, 2005, in Oakland,California, less than a week before her 65th birthday.

There were no services, as she wished her body to be donated toSan Francisco Medical School for medical research.

Chinn was born in Chicago, Illinois, and moved to Oceanside in1946 with her parents, Dr. No-Yong Park and Lanhei Kim Park, andher sister, Mei-Lan.

She attended local schools and was the first female lifeguard inOceanside. Chinn graduated from Oceanside High School in 1957.

She then moved to the bay area to attend UC Berkeley and residedin the area until her death.

Her love of the ocean led to many years of commercial fishingalong the entire Pacific Coast.

She traveled extensively to Russia, Korea, Alaska and the SouthPacific.

Chinn eventually returned to college at Cal State Hayward,obtained her degree in mathematics, and had a successful careerwith Belden Inc., Consulting Electrical Engineers in Oakland.

Sherrick Slattery of Berkeley, her partner of over 27 years, andher sister, Mei-Lan Shaw, who resides in Chula Vista, surviveher.

Mildred L. Abersold

TORRANCE —— Mildred (Millie) Abersold, passed away peacefully onThursday, March 17, 2005.

Millie was born in Greybull, Wyoming, to Bill and PearlBrockway.

She grew up in Casper, Wyo., and moved to Inglewood, Calif., in1947 with her husband, John, and their two daughters. Millier andJohn moved to Vista, Calif., in 1967, where they resided for over30 years.

Millie was a stay-at-home mom, enjoyed being with her family andher many friends and loved to read.

She was a free spirit who enjoyed life and always had a smile onher face.

During the last several years, she was known as the ìsmilinglady.î As an old story goes, it was said that the reason Millie andJohn moved from Inglewood to Vista was because Millie had read allthe books in the Inglewood library and needed access to additionalreading materials.

Millie will be deeply missed by her family, and all her friendsand neighbors that had the pleasure of knowing her.

Millie was preceded in death by her husband, John, in March1998.

Millie is survived by two daughters, two grandchildren, and onegreat-grandchild. Millieís daughter, Joan Matlock, resides inTorrance, Calif., with her son, Justin; Joanís eldest son, MarkMcDonald, lives with his wife, Vangy, and their son, Mathew, inCampbell, Calif. Millieís other daughter, Carol Jean Hayes, residesin Fort Bragg, Calif.

A private cremation is planned. No memorial service will beheld.

Millie will be reunited with her husband, John, when her ashesare scattered at her daughterís ranch in Fort Bragg, Calif.

The family suggests donations to the Alzheimerís Association,225 N. Michigan Ave., Suite 1700, Chicago, IL 60601-7633 (or viaphone (800) 272-3900).

in memoriam

John J. Doktor

January 27, 1919 —— March 22, 1998

The years flow past,

and you are loved and remembered.

Jean and family

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