Manuel C. Santiago,101,of Lathrop, passed away on Sunday, October 11, 2009 at his residence. He was born on Friday, September 4, 1908, in El Paso, TX. Manuel was a loving husband, father, brother, and grandfather, and enjoyed traveling.
Corina Elizabeth Montalbo, 87, died Friday, October 9, 2009, at Alexander Cohen Hospice House in Hughson. She was born on May 1, 1922 in Petaluma. She lived in Manteca for 2 years, previously in Redwood City for 29 years. She was preceded in death by her husband, the late Antonio Montalbo.
Mary Jane Hayes (Woolf), 73, died Wednesday, October 7, 2009. Loving mother, grandmother and great-grandmother. Nana, you will be deeply missed by your children, Gary Woolf, Cindy Anderson, Susan Alexander, Shelly Lind, your grandchildren and great-grandchild. She will be missed for her love of family and great Italian cooking.
Jimmie D. French, 72, entered into rest on October 5, 2009 in Manteca, Ca. Jimmie was the only son of 7 children born on March 20, 1937 in Montrose, Arkansas. Jimmie has made Manteca his home for over 27 years.
Robbie Lura Burgess, 98, of Manteca died Sunday, October 4, 2009. Graveside services will be held Thursday October 8. Born in Muskogee, OK. Mrs. Burgess moved to Stockton in 1946. For 30 years Mrs. Burgess was a clerk for Rough and Ready Island Defense Depot. She enjoyed church, camping and fishing, quilting, knitting and traveling, and was a member of Sequoia Heights Baptist Church. She will be missed by her family very much.
Albertha (Scheeringa) De Boer, 90, was born in Sheldon, Iowa on Sept. 13, 1919, the second child born of Samuel and Ollie Scheeringa. She was raised on a farm with her six siblings. She married Charles (Chuck) De Boer the love of her life, at the age of 18. With 3 little girls they moved from Minnesota and made their home in Ripon where Chuck found work at local dairies. In early fifties they started De Boer Truck Lines with one truck and built the company to over 30 employees. Chuck passed away at the age of 68 and Albertha ...
Wanda Wert was born to parents Ethel and William in Waterville, Washington. Wanda has always been a strong and independent person. During her early years she rode a horse five miles every day to grammar school. She was the youngest of seven, and she was the only girl. As anyone with older brothers knows, she was tormented relentlessly, but all in good fun. A favorite story involves her being tied to a wagon wheel and rolled down a hill.