She found joy in drawing and visiting with her friends. Her special love was gardening and flowers.
Dale retired in 2001 to pursue his love for adventure and riding motorcycles. Accompanied by his wife, Jeanne, the two rode thousands of miles in Canada and the Western United States.
Joyce shared her talents throughout the years with family and friends.
Being proud of his Norwegian Heritage, he learned to speak the language.
Opal loved bingo and went several days and nights a week.
Scherm was an avid snow skier, and spent many fun, memorable days at the hill teaching his three daughters to ski.
She asked to be remembered by the smiles and laughter she shared with those who knew her in life.
She was bilingual and enjoyed participating in her Spanish group in San Diego as well as being an avid bridge player.
A giver by nature, Jerry was known to be the first to volunteer and the last one to ask for help.
Bonnie had an impeccable memory until the very end of her life, and she specialized in remembering everyone’s birthdays.
Dick retired with the same enthusiasm and gusto he put into every other venture in his life. He played as hard as he worked.
With an Irish twinkle in his eye, he would capture the hearts of all with his love of holidays and his ability to entertain.
Carla never met a person she couldn’t talk to. She was a kind hearted loving person who was willing to help anyone.
Lillian tied her own flies and enjoyed camping, bowling, and played pool on a league.
She handmade over 10,000 rosaries that were dedicated to missions, service men, and churches worldwide.