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Walter CARMEAN

[427]

04 Oct 1882 - 18 Feb 1954

Father: Lester Luce CARMEAN
Mother: Alice Hoover DAVIS

Family 1 : _______ BANKS
  1.  Donald L. CARMEAN
Family 2 : Alice MAYBERRY

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 _Lester Luce CARMEAN _|
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[427] Walter CARMEAN
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Obituary
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Friday 19 February 1954 Santa Cruz Sentinel, Page One
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Walter Carmean, Retired Local Banker, Dies
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    Walter Carmean, 71, former assistant trust officer of the Santa Cruz branch of the Bank of America, until his retirment in 1947, died yesterday afternoon at his home at 116 Storey street after a long illness.
    Born in Missouri, the family moved to a town near Moscow, Idaho, when Carmean was still a small boy. He went to grammar school there and then attended business school.
    He first came to Santa Cruz with his family in 1901, returning to Idaho to take a position with the First National Bank, which later became Bank of America.
    He remained at Moscow until 1912 and then returned to Santa Cruz to become employed by the old First National Bank here when it was located at the present site of the Santa Cruz County Building & Loan association.
    He remained with the institution through its reorganization until he retired in 1947.
    In 1942 he was married for the second time to the former Alice Mayberry of Antioch, whom he met and married at Pacific Grove, when she was teaching there.
    After his retirement, Carmean still remained active in trust work and was an income tax consultant.
    He was a member of the First Methodist church and Santa Cruz Lodge No. 96 of the IOOF.
    He is survived by his widow Alice Carmean of Santa Cruz; a son, Don L. Carmean of Mountain View; two sisters, Mrs. Charles P. Eggleston of Palo Alto and Mrs. M.L. Van Scoten of San Francisco; and three brothers, William M.
Carmean and Clyde C. Carmean of Santa Cruz and Chester D. Carmean of Stockton.
    Funeral services will be conducted at White's chapel Saturday at 2 p.m. with Rev. William J. Owen officiating.
    Private interment will be in the IOOF Crematory.
    Friends are asked to make donations to the Cancer fund in liew of flowers.
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In 1963 Mrs. Alice M. Carmean was a homeown at 116 Storey [St.]
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Sources:
1. Sunday 27 December 1981 Santa Cruz Sentinel, p. 58
2. 1963 Santa Cruz City Directory
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[426] [SOURCE] CADI; SS# 551-28-5174


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Frank A. KAZMAREK

[639]

21 Feb 1892 - 18 Jul 1980

Father: _______ KAZMAREK
Mother: _______ PODKOMORSKA

Family 1 : Florence M. ZIEL
  1.  Mary KAZMAREK

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[639] Frank A. Kazmarek
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    During the 1920s and 1930s hundreds of high schools and colleges throughout
the country sponsored radio clubs. Santa Cruz High School had a Radio
Department, beginning in the late twenties. An active amateur station
continued into the 1950s. Radio technology (electronics) shop was part of the
elective curriculum. Many local radio and television technicians were products
of these studies. An unknown number of other students pursued engineering
careers. During WW2, many of them served as communicators in the various
branches of military service.
    Teacher and advisor for the classes was Frank Kazmarek, W6EMZ. One of the
star pupils was Vernon Berlin, W6JCZ. In 1930 Vern constructed an amateur
station for the local Naval Reserve unit, which was housed in the Veterans
Memorial Building in Santa Cruz. An active station still exists at this
location. In 1947 Vern became a founding partner for radio station KSCO. He
served as General Manager and Chief Engineer of the station until his
retirement in 1986.
    A 60-year member of the SCCARC, Vern became a silent key in 1993.
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Source:
K6BJ web site, maintained by Wayne Thalls; used with permission.
[You'll find a link to the K6BJ site in SCLINKS.TXT.]
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[638] [SOURCE] CADI; SSDI: SS# 544-24-5801, issued in CA


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Holly KREINBRING

[223]

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Father: Rupert Delbert KREINBRING
Mother: Clara Florence METHIESEN


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                              _Rupert James KREINBRING _|
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 _Rupert Delbert KREINBRING _|
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|                             _Walter METHIESEN ________|
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                             |_Olivia HALL _____________|
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Uriel Ewayne "Larry" LAURENCE

[130]
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28 Feb 1921 - 16 Jul 1992

Father: Uriel LAURENCE
Mother: Lula FAIRCHILDS

Family 1 : Wilma PFAFFLIN
  1.  Marvin LAURENCE
  2.  Marsha LAURENCE

                                                _Orson LAURENCE _____
                    _Elisha Randolph LAURENCE _|
                   |                           |_Mary Arbela ALLEN __+
 _Uriel LAURENCE __|
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|--Uriel Ewayne "Larry" LAURENCE 
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|_Lula FAIRCHILDS _|
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                   |_Ella May TUBBS ___________|
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[130] Uriel Ewayne "Larry" LAURENCE
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Obituary
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Saturday 18 July 1992 Santa Cruz Sentinel, p. A-9
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U. E. Laurence
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    Services will [be] Monday for U.E. "Larry" Laurence, who died of natural causes Thursday at his home in [Scotts Valley]. He was 71.
    A native of Stockton, Mr. Laurence moved to Redwood City at an early age. He came to Santa Cruz in 1945.
    He graduated from San Jose State University and earned a masters degree from Stanford University. Mr Laurence taught in the business department at Santa Cruz High School for 30 years.
    He served in U.S. Naval intelligence during World War II and became a commissioned officer toward the end of the war.
    Mr. Laurence was a past on Bay Federal Credit Union, a member of the First Congregational Church or Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz Elks, Scottish Rite of Masonic Lodge, Santa Cruz Fly Fishing Club, and Elks RV Club.
    He was an accomplished violinist who played in a string quartet for 20 years. He enjoyed fishing, traveling, gardening, and music.
    He is survived by his wife, Wilma Laurence of Scotts Valley; his son, Marvin Laurence of San Jose; his daughter, Marsha Roberts of Sacramento; his brother, Delbert Laurence of Fallon, Nev.; four grandchildren; and numerous
cousins.
    Services will be at 10 a.m. Monday at Santa Cruz Memorial Park Chapel, 1927 Ocean Street Extension, Santa Cruz. Interment will be in Santa Cruz Memorial Park.
    Contributions are preferred to the Hospice Caring Project of Santa Cruz, 6851 Soquel Dr., Aptos, Calif. 95003; or to the American Cancer Society, Santa Cruz Unit, 209 Walnut Ave., Santa Cruz, Calif., 96060.
[Source #1]
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In 1963 Larry & Wilma were homeowners at 134 Miles St.
[Source #2]
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Sources:
1. Saturday 18 July 1992 Santa Cruz Sentinel, p. A-9
2. 1963 Santa Cruz City Directory
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[129] [SOURCE] CADI; SSDI, SS# 553-01-4833, issued in CA


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Frances Cecelia MILLS

10 Sep 1903 - 01 May 1949

Father: Harvey Elliot MILLS
Mother: Eliza Jane HARGIS


                                             _John MILLS ______
                        _Henry Cline MILLS _|
                       |                    |_Elizabeth CLINE _
 _Harvey Elliot MILLS _|
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|--Frances Cecelia MILLS 
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|                       _William HARGIS ____|
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|_Eliza Jane HARGIS ___|
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                       |_Sarah CRACKER _____|
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[572] [SOURCE] World Connect site; UserID=gnadams; gnadams@smartchat.net.au;
Graeme Adams; 19 May 2003


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Andrew RUBBOTTOM

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Family 1 : Mary Elizabeth Agnes ROUNTREE

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_______ SCOBY

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Family 1 : _______ YOUNGDALE
  1. +Eva YOUNGDALE

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Catherine Ann _______

28 Jun 1885 - 05 Feb 1979

Family 1 : John Joseph FOERSTER

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[507] [SOURCE] CADI; SS # 545-03-2376


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