>Crescent City California News, Sports, & Weather | The Triplicate

News Classifieds Web
web powered by Web Search Powered by Google

Home arrow News arrow Obituaries

Obituaries

Death notices June 30, 2010


Arnold R. Hintz (Oct. 23, 1935 - May 8, 2010)

Arnold R. Hintz, formerly of Crescent City, passed away May 8, 2010, at Three Rivers Community Hospital in Grants Pass.

Arnold was born in Ortonville, Minn.,  Oct. 23, 1935, to Raymond and Iola Hintz. 

He worked at McNamara Peep Lumber Mill, Fluhrers Bakery for 17 years,and Wayne Bolman Distrib-uting. He owned the Jolly Inn Tavern  He was a member of Elks, Moose, and was confirmed in the Lutheran Church at age 15.


Death notices June 29, 2010



Death notices June 25, 2010


Stephen C. Luis (May 05, 1954 - June 21, 2010)

Read more...
Stephen C. Luis
Stephen C. Luis passed on June 21, 2010, after a long courageous battle with cancer.

He was born May 5, 1954, in Crescent City and raised in Klamath. In 1978 he married the love of his life, Cherie, making a family with their two daughters and later completing it with a son. After 31 years of marriage Steve still looked at his wife with adoration; they were best friends. He wrote her poems, grew flowers for her and cooked her perfect eggs. He was a fantastic cook like his parents had taught him, which he passed on to his children. He was the most gracious host and full heartedly enjoyed entertaining; his company always felt welcomed.

Steve started work in the saw mills and later became a sales representative; he started work at Mendes Supply, which was more of a blessing than he could ever have expected; there’s not a better, more compassionate employer. Steve made the most of his work with his warm personality; many of his clients and coworkers became close friends. But his true passions were his family, fishing, and coaching wrestling and football. Steve and Cherie devoted many years to our community’s youth wrestling and football programs. Steve was the Head Coach of the DNHS JV football team since 1999. Even when his treatments left him completely drained, with the loving support of his coaching staff, he was able to muster enough energy for practice. He had a passion for the game; however, what has touched the hearts of so many was his passion for his players.  He was dedicated to the personal growth of each of his boys.


<< Start < Previous page 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 Next page > End >>

Results 1636 - 1650 of 2566

Triplicate front page

Get home delivery of the Triplicate for only $7.94 a month. After filling out one simple and secure online form you could be on your way to learning more about your city, state and world than you ever have before.
subscribe


Del Norte Triplicate:

312 H Street
P.O. Box 277
Crescent City, CA 95531

(707) 464-2141
webmaster@triplicate.com

Follow The Triplicate headlines on Follow The Triplicate headlines on Twitter

© Copyright 2001 - 2016 Western Communications, Inc. All rights reserved. By Using this site you agree to our Terms of Use