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Susie Clothier September 18, 2013 at 03:03 pm
Thank you Dan and Arcadia Patch, Our dad (Marjorie's husband) was such a sweet and kindRead More man...wonderful golfer and loved being a golf Pro at Santa Anita Regards, Susie Hallquist Clothier, Barbara Hallquist DeGroot, Marjorie Hallquist
Sandy Anderson April 26, 2013 at 11:05 pm
I remember Mr. Exton but I think it was from Social Studies class. I ran into him and his wife, ifRead More I recall correctly, many years ago when my Mom & I went to some line dance/country dance classes in Monrovia I think it was. Nice man..... very sad. My condolences to his family. (I was class of '67)
Jim Barrows March 6, 2013 at 07:55 pm
Arcadia is so lucky to have had so many outstanding leaders back in the days. Mr. Souders wasRead More always fantastic to work with and Arcadia has lost a true hero. My he always rest in peace.
Joseph Payne January 30, 2013 at 12:02 am
Anthony, I am so sorry to hear of your mother's passing. I know you left your Asembly seat in orderRead More to care for her and spend some of the quality time you had left with her. That's what Italian sons do! Having an elderly Italian mother myself I know how important they are to the family. At 82 my mother still treats me as her favorite son (that is as long as the other two aren't around), and sometimes, no matter how old we get, we still get treated as a snot-nozed kid. That's what makes them so special. Joan and I wish you all the best, along with our thoughts and prayers. RIP Barbara. Joseph and Joan Payne
teresa Shaw Sherman January 30, 2013 at 01:03 pm
Once upon a time, when my mother-in-law was visiting from Detroit Michigan, she told my children andRead More I a story about visiting her own mother in a nursing home. Marion said, her mother would often say, "If i am not here when you get back, you know that I am gone". When hearing that phrase, I was sad. Marion said "Don't be". Memories and people that touch are lives never fade but remain strong in our hearts. Marion often joked that if I wasn't there when she got back, either I was out shopping or at a Casino. We would laugh and use that phrase to be humorous. Well unfortunately , my mother-in-law passed away 9/30/2010 (twenty years to the exact date of my own mother's death. So immediately, I thought of the phrase from long ago. Well just writing to you is a sign of love and grace that is past down from one generation to the next. People that come into our lives, do leave but not without leaving something for us to remember. So, Anthony, "if I'm not here when you get back...,I'm at Soboba Casino "
henk friezer January 30, 2013 at 06:13 pm
Anthony- First my condolences on your loss. But if it is any consolation, your mother had theRead More satisfaction of knowing that she raised a great son who turned out be a contributor to his community and constituents. No one will ever be able to take away the happy memories you had together in her time on earth.
Terri W February 17, 2013 at 09:03 pm
Got the pleasure of meeting Huell at a UC Davis fund raiser. He was very nice and so funny. We haveRead More a picture we took with him and also he signed a t-shirt we have framed. Almost all our trips are because of him. He helped us learn and love California. RIP Huell.
joebanana March 3, 2013 at 02:55 am
Wow, Huell is so cool. So sad to hear the tragic news, he'll be greatly missed. There will never beRead More anybody as cool as Huell. I hope KCET will keep playing reruns.
Jan Freed March 3, 2013 at 10:53 pm
One of our family treasures. My daughter, Molly, was unimpressed, however, and did a greatRead More impersonation of his "Hah, Ahm Hoowell Howser, etc." which in turn became a special memory for me. We promise ourselves to visit at least one of his special places.
Natalie Ragus (Editor) August 7, 2012 at 12:51 pm
Honestly, this is really shocking. Less than six weeks ago, Hamlisch sat down at a piano set up atRead More the Arboretum and played "Singular Sensation" from A Chorus Line to garner publicity for the POPS' upcoming summer season. He really had a charisma about him. His presence was palpable.
Sue August 7, 2012 at 11:22 pm
This is so sad. I saw him in the opening show of the Pops at the Arboretum with Liza Minelli. HeRead More will be remembered not only for his compositions and arrangements, but for being an advocate for arts in the schools.
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Cathy Gott July 2, 2012 at 05:03 pm
Alex Maese set the example for being a loving husband, father and grandfather. The Gott's love theRead More Maese Family and our thoughts are with them all.
Kerry Maese July 2, 2012 at 09:47 pm
Cathy, Thank you so much for your kind words. We miss him dearly every day! Kerry, Carlton,Read More Lauren & Tino
Rosemarie Maese July 7, 2012 at 09:45 pm
Barney came from his Aunt who shorten Boniface, his middle name to Bonnie but my der Mother-in lawRead More didn't like Bonnie (too girlie) and changed it to Barney. He always paid attention to anyone who called him Barney, even our 2 sons. My 2 stepsons called him Barney in later years. It was a name of endearment to him. Rosemarie Maese
Karol Ballard April 19, 2011 at 11:43 am
Lou Carno was the greatest - as a trainer, as a boss, as a Bloody Mary maker... Working with Lou wasRead More a joy and a privilege. Laughing with Lou was a daily guarantee, bless his growly heart! Love you, Lou, and I'll see you wherever it is people like us go ;-)