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Valley Obituaries

February 09, 1994

Adams, Lynn, 82, of North Hollywood, retired medical assistant. Forest Lawn Mortuary, Hollywood Hills.

Bononi, Adele M., 88, of North Hollywood, homemaker. J.T. Oswald Mortuary, North Hollywood.

Cobb, Marion C., 55, of North Hills, homemaker. Pierce Brothers Valhalla Mortuary, North Hollywood.

Cowfer, Ruth L., 98, of Glendale, retired theater operator. Scovern Mortuary, Glendale.

Curtis, Frank, 73, of Lancaster, retired contractor. Halley-Olsen Funeral Chapel, Lancaster.

Dergarabetian, Garabed, 68, of Glendale, owner of watch business. Forest Lawn Mortuary, Hollywood Hills.

Gammage, Clarence W., 88, of Pacoima, retired shipping clerk. Rucker's Mortuary, Pacoima.

Gulick, James R., 25, of Lancaster, warehouseman for Antelope Valley Distributing Co. Chapel of the Valley Mortuary, Palmdale.

Hart, Gladys F., 95, of Glendale, retired operator for Pacific Bell. Scovern Mortuary, Glendale.

Holland, Robin, 35, of Lancaster, homemaker. Halley-Olsen Funeral Chapel, Lancaster.

Johnson-Wyatt, Joslynn, infant, of Lancaster. Halley-Olsen Funeral Chapel, Lancaster.

Little, Helen Rebecca, 84, of Canoga Park, retired Teletype operator for Western Union. San Fernando Mortuary, San Fernando.

Longley, Larry A.L., 59, of Palmdale, retired restaurant chef. Halley-Olsen Funeral Chapel, Palmdale.

Marki, Paul, 93, of Palmdale, retired equipment maintenance supervisor for Los Angeles County Fire Department. Halley-Olsen Funeral Chapel, Palmdale.

Massey, Pansie M., 88, of Glendale, retired waitress. Scovern Mortuary, Glendale.

Mendoza, Manuel, 87, of Panorama City, retired tailor. Pierce Brothers-Meyer Mitchell Mortuary, Van Nuys.

Olsen, Otto F., 85, of Van Nuys, retired real estate broker. Pierce Brothers-Meyer Mitchell Mortuary, Van Nuys.

Osterweil, Edward, 79, of Panorama City, salesman for Osterweil Clothing. San Fernando Mortuary, San Fernando.

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