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Valley Obituaries

January 23, 1994

Barbosa, Rosa A., 81, of Glendale, homemaker. Forest Lawn Mortuary, Glendale.

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Birchfiel, Marjean Dennis, 74, of Studio City, actress. Forest Lawn Mortuary, Hollywood Hills.

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Castro, Maria Cristina, 63, of Sun Valley, homemaker. Forest Lawn Mortuary, Hollywood Hills.

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Dailey, Virginia P., 82, of Sun Valley, retired film cutter. Forest Lawn Mortuary, Hollywood Hills.

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Fichtel, Edna Grace, 79, of Panorama City, retired line assigner for Pacific Bell. Forest Lawn Mortuary, Hollywood Hills.

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Gillies, Andrew, 84, of Van Nuys, retired chemist for Andrew Brown Paint Co. Aftercare California Cremation & Burial Society, Van Nuys.

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Good, Howard Harold (Hal), 72, of Canyon Country, retired real estate broker. Eternal Valley Mortuary, Newhall.

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Holdt, Charles Everson, 80, of Burbank, painter. Forest Lawn Mortuary, Hollywood Hills.

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Hovsepian, Setrak K., 66, of Glendale, photographer. Forest Lawn Mortuary, Hollywood Hills.

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Husted, Della A., 93, of Glendale, homemaker. Forest Lawn Mortuary, Hollywood Hills.

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Lind, Magnus J., 94, of Van Nuys, retired window washer. Aftercare California Cremation & Burial Society, Van Nuys.

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Nelson, Alyce Dolores, 78, of North Hollywood, homemaker. Forest Lawn Mortuary, Hollywood Hills.

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Papazian, Setrak Hovakim, 93, of Tarzana, office clerk for San Francisco County. Forest Lawn Mortuary, Hollywood Hills.

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Quintanar, Concha, 83, of San Fernando, homemaker. San Fernando Mortuary, San Fernando.

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Resler, Robert Andrew, 43, of Newhall, graphic artist for Los Angeles County. San Fernando Mortuary, San Fernando.

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Schermerhorn, Ruth H., 96, of La Crescenta, retired saleswoman for Joy Shop. Forest Lawn Mortuary, Hollywood Hills.

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Seidler, Emil, 65, of Sylmar, vice president of Johanson Dielectrics. Forest Lawn Mortuary, Hollywood Hills.

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Velazquez, Myrna, 18, of North Hollywood, student at Valley College. Forest Lawn Mortuary, Hollywood Hills.

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Obituaries are published free of charge as a public service to readers. They are based on information provided by mortuaries.

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