Holly Davis was born and raised in Pasadena. She was the middle of three daughters born to Barbara and Morton Raymond. Holly graduated from Pasadena High School and went on to earn a bachelor’s in physical education with an emphasis in dance from USC. While there, Holly was president of the Kappa Alpha Theta sorority. Her husband, David, also attended USC and was president of the Kappa Sigma fraternity. They met when her sorority and his fraternity performed together in a satirical musical revue to raise money for local children. Holly and David celebrated their 49th wedding anniversary on June 10, 2016. Continue reading “Obituary: Holly Hope Raymond Davis”
Cornelia Ann Eggleston Hatten, a nearly lifelong resident of San Marino, passed away peacefully on Nov. 26 with her four children at her side. She was predeceased by her parents, William and Catherine Eggleston, and her husband, Charles Willis Hatten. She is survived by her two daughters, Carol Hatten and Karen Hatten D’Asero (Marcelo); her two sons, William Hatten, Charles Hatten Jr. (Elizabeth); her sister Catherine E. Cairns of Maitland, Fla.; her niece Susan Luczak of Winter Park, Fla.; and her nephew John Cairns of Apopka, Fla. as well as cousins, grand-nephews and nieces. Continue reading “Obituary: Cornelia Ann Eggleston Hatten”
On Feb. 16, 1919, Agnes Evelyn was the eighth daughter born to Anna and Willie Wunderley. Aggie’s father died when she was 4 years old. To survive the Great Depression, Aggie’s older sisters moved back to the family home and worked odd jobs. Aggie and her younger brother Bill would later tell stories of the county delivering saltines and peanut butter each Friday.
Franklin E. Ulf III — a devoted husband, loving father, adored grandfather, true friend and one of the most respected community leaders in Los Angeles — died Oct. 20 of cardiac arrest with his beloved son, Brian, by his side.
Frank was born in Pittsburg and, at 12 years of age, moved with his parents to Beverly Hills. They came to join his mother’s family, who lived within blocks of each other. His uncle, Dr. James K. Stewart, founded the first Presbyterian Church in Beverly Hills. Continue reading “Obituary: Franklin E. Ulf III”
Cynthia “Cindy” Marie Wyatt, age 62, passed away in her home on Aug. 22 in Montrose.
She was born on April 9, 1954, in Cicero, Ill. She graduated magna cum laude from Loyola University in Chicago in 1976. She worked in sales and business development with the Pharmaseal Laboratories, a division of American Hospital Supply in Glendale. She obtained her master’s degree in business administration from Pepperdine University in Malibu. Cindy finished her career as a marketing manager with Sunrise Medical.
Dr. Andrew John “Drew” Meyer, who served as La Cañada High School’s principal from 1986-89, passed away surrounded by his family on Oct. 29. He was 72.
Meyer, who also served as president of the La Cañada Kiwanis Club in 1992-93, had been in failing health for more than a year and entered into the critical stage of illness six months ago, according to his son. He was a resident of Idaho Falls, Idaho.
After serving as LCHS principal, Meyer served as assistant superintendent of business in the La Cañada Unified School District from 1989-94. He then moved to become superintendent of San Lorenzo Valley Unified School District.
Continue reading “Obituary: Dr. Drew Meyer”
Joscelle Shen, a devoted daughter, wife, mother and beloved member of the Saint Mark’s School community, passed away at age 45 on Tuesday, Sept. 6, after a long battle with cancer.
Shen was born in 1971 in Quezon City, Philippines, and immigrated to the United States at age 13. She started working at Saint Mark’s in July 1999 as head of admissions. Her husband, Franklyn, has been the school’s business manager for more than 20 years. Continue reading “Obituary: Joscelle Shen”
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