Part of real estate firm The Agency’s introduction to Pasadena a year ago included a $10,000 donation to well-known nonprofit Cancer Support Community Pasadena, a donation the nonprofit underscored as the beginning of a strong corporate friendship. Continue reading “Cancer Support Community Relishes Partner in The Agency”
By Katie Enney
Special to The Outlook
La Cañada Presbyterian Church’s Parent Education program has kicked off its 41st year, continuing a legacy of quality education for parents whose children range from newborns to 18-year-olds. Parent Ed offers 16 weekly classes from September to May, along with the evening Parent Express program that offers monthlong classes for parents who cannot attend during the day. Continue reading “LCPC Parent Education Starts 41st Year With Welcome Tea”
Marilynn Wheeler, born Feb. 13, 1934, and a longtime resident of La Cañada Flintridge, passed away peacefully on Friday, Sept. 13. A graduate of UCLA, she taught swimming, gymnastics and volleyball at the YMCA in the 1960s. Continue reading “Obituary: Marilynn Janet Wheeler”
Patricia (Patty) Faith Olivares, a woman dedicated to her family as a loving wife, mother, grandmother and sister with a deep and abiding faith, joined the angels in heaven on June 17. Born on June 2, 1939, in Illinois, Patty later lived in Pasadena and did extensive charity work at the Hillside School and Learning Center in La Cañada Flintridge and served as president of St. Anne’s Loretta Young Auxiliary Guild, a charity for single young pregnant women. She loved to travel the world as a flight attendant on TWA and worked for United Airlines for many years. She was a resident of Manhattan Beach for some time and then her loving spouse, Jose Olivares, was assigned to the U.S. Continue reading “Obituary: Patricia (Patty) Faith Olivares”
Wiley Douglas Bunn, an 81-year resident of La Cañada Flintridge, passed away peacefully at age 90 at Villa Gardens Retirement Community on Thursday, Aug. 8. He leaves behind his wife of 68 years, Marilyn Granger; their children Barbara, Douglas (Deette), David (Kellie) and Carolyn (Steven Nahigian); 10 grandchildren and one great-grandchild; his brother Robert (Ardis); his sister-in-law Elinor; and numerous nieces and nephews.
Wiley was born in Glendale on July 22, 1929, to Thomas and Ellen Bunn. He attended La Cañada Elementary School, Eliot Junior High and Pasadena City College. He met Marilyn on the first day of school at Eliot, thus beginning their lifetime relationship. He attended USC with the exception of one year pursuing his interest in Marilyn at Wheaton College in Illinois. Continue reading “Obituary: Wiley Douglas Bunn”
Daniel Asher Smith Fausett died Friday, Aug. 30, in Vang Vieng, Laos, from complications following a hiking accident. He was 20 years old. Asher was a junior at the University of Chicago studying economics, with an interest in South Asian history. He graduated in 2017 from La Cañada High School, where he was a pitcher on the varsity baseball team and was president of the Engineering Club. Continue reading “Obituary: Daniel Asher Smith Fausett”
After a long battle with cancer that she fought to her last breath, Maureen Sweeney Norgaard passed away on the night of Wednesday, Sept. 4, at Huntington Memorial Hospital. With her were her husband of 47 years, Chris, and their children Michael and Anne. She was predeceased by her parents, Robert and Veronica Sweeney of Pasadena, and her two sisters, both of whom died from cancer. She is survived by her brothers John Sweeney, Robert S. Sweeney Jr. and Mark Sweeney, by Sweeney cousins and other relatives in Southern California and elsewhere.
Although her father was a graduate of Los Angeles High School, Maureen was raised as a young child in Vero Beach, Florida, where she and her St. Helen’s classmates were excused from school only to see Dodgers games. Beside Maureen and her classmates at daily prayer knelt the 6-foot-7 Dodgers slugger Frank “Hondo” Howard. Continue reading “Obituary: Maureen Sweeney Norgaard”
Kimberly Joan “Kim” Bachman passed away Saturday, Aug. 10, from complications related to cancer.
Kim was loved dearly by those who knew her gentle spirit and tender heart. She grew up in La Cañada Flintridge and attended Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy, then UCLA, where she graduated with honors. She was a lifelong reader and shared her love of storytelling with friends and family. Her care and respect for the environment began during her girlhood when she earned the WoHeLo Medallion in Camp Fire Girls. Throughout her life she loved animals and cared for many. She was talented in academics as well as the arts, in which she studied flute and ballet. Continue reading “Obituary: Kimberly Joan Bachman”
By Alexander Payne
The St. Francis varsity football team opened its season by winning a nail biter, 23-21, over Mira Costa of Manhattan Beach last Friday.
In his first start with the Golden Knights, junior quarterback Jack Clougherty, completed 20 of 32 passes for 270 yards and two touchdowns. Senior running back Kevin Armstead rushed for 71 yards on 20 carries and one score. Junior receiver Bryson Reeves finished with 10 receptions for 128 yards and one key interception. Sophomore Max Garrison also made his presence known through big hits, hard runs and a couple of big-time catches. Continue reading “St. Francis Edges Mira Costa, 23-21”
The city will launch a pilot pickleball program on Saturday, Sept. 28. Pickleball is a paddle sport that combines elements of tennis, badminton and pingpong.
On opening day, there will be pickleball enthusiasts on hand from 8-9 a.m. to provide brief introductions and lessons on the sport. In addition, paddles and balls for visitors will be provided. Continue reading “Residents Can Take a Swing at Pickleball Sept. 28”