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Irwin Gershow

Irwin Gershow

October 25, 1936 - April 6, 2020

Irwin Gershow, beloved father, grandfather, community member, and friend, died peacefully on Monday, April 6 at 9:54pm in Eugene, Oregon. He was 83-years-old.

Irwin was born in Brooklyn in 1936, an only child to Frieda Gershow (nee Rutstein) and Moshe (Morris) Gershow. He spent his childhood and early adulthood helping in his parents' grocery store and soaking up New York's culture, including subway rides to live theater and the Philharmonic. His early love for the arts continued through his life. He was an avid reader, classical music lover, and especially, art collector, filling his homes with modern art and later, photography.

He moved to Ann Arbor, MI to attend the School of Social Work at the University of Michigan, and ended up spending most of the next forty years in Michigan, first in Detroit and then Huntington Woods, with his wife, Eeta, and two daughters, Rebecca and Miriam. He had particular love for Detroit, which he called, "a big city with a small town feel," as only someone from New York City could. He spent most of his career as a marriage and family therapist with the Henry Ford Hospital systems, before retiring and opening the Third Eye photography dealership from his home, specializing in black and white photography from around the globe. Even in his final days, as other parts of his memory failed, he could look at a piece of art and immediately name the artist. Though he left New York in his late 20s, he was always a New Yorker at heart; a bathroom in his Huntington Woods home was wallpapered in collected New Yorker magazine covers, its centerpiece a framed letter to him from then-editor Tina Brown.

Irwin spent much of his life grappling with his identity. At age 65, he came out to his family and friends as gay. This process was not without pain, though it opened a new and necessary chapter in Irwin's life. He moved to Palm Springs CA, where he found a close community of friends, including many other older gay men, who became a dear, late-in-life family for him. He met his partner, Joe Pon, who he spent three years with before Joe's death in 2017. He saw and celebrated a remarkable shift in cultural attitudes during his lifetime. As a boy in Brooklyn, he had not even known of the existence of the word "gay;" by the end of his life, he was attending Pride celebrations and witnessing marriage equality.

Irwin's final move was to Eugene OR to be with his children and grandchildren for the last three years of his life. Irwin was diagnosed with Parkinson's disease in his late 60s, and he faced the disease with stubbornness, determination, and a fair bit of his characteristic kvetching. He was proud to announce he was in the "top 9%" of Parkinson's patient longevity. He tried nearly every Parkinson's disease drug and treatment modality, and remained at least semi-ambulatory until the last weeks of his life.

Photographs from Irwin's personal collection have been donated to the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art in Eugene, the Palm Springs Art Museum, and the Cleveland Museum of Art. After a childhood being dragged along to art museums across the country, Irwin's children look forward to future generations of children being dragged along to see the work that brought Irwin such joy.

Irwin is survived by his ex-wife Eeta Gershow (Freeman), his two daughters, Rebecca and Miriam, his sons-in-law, Tim Black and Jordan Bishko, his three beloved grandchildren, Eliza, Nora and Eli, and many friends across the country. "I have lived many lives," Irwin often said. These lives were rich in people he loved and who loved him dearly.

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Frank V. Buytkus

Frank V. Buytkus

February 15, 1934 - March 15, 2020

Frank was born February 15, 1934 in Waterbury, Connecticut and passed away March 15, 2020 in Redondo Beach, CA.

Frank served 4 years in the United States Air Force. He married his wife, Mary, in October 1954 and they had two children, a son, Vic Buytkus and a daughter, Beverly Campbell, two grandchildren and two great grandchildren.

Frank worked at National Crash Register (NCR) for several years in the Quality Assurance Department. After leaving NCR, he decided to try his hand at becoming a Real Estate Agent, serving the Torrance, CA area.

Frank was a member of the Forties Limited Club in Orange County and his prize possession was his 40 Ford Pickup.

Frank was diagnosed with Parkinson's in 2003. At that time, we were told it was slow progressing, but over the years it began to pick up speed and eventually took over his body. He is now at peace and in very good hands.

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Alexander "Alex" Rados

Alexander "Alex" Rados

June 7, 1928 - February 28, 2020

On Friday, February 28, 2020, Alexander "Alex" Rados, loving husband and father of two children, construction industry visionary, church and community leader, passed away peacefully at the age of 91 surrounded by his family. Alex was born on June 7, 1928, in Los Angeles, California, eldest child of Steve P. and Angie Rados. After graduating from Eagle Rock High School, Alex was accepted at Stanford University in 1945, where he earned his bachelor's degree in 1949 and his MBA in 1951. Six months after graduating from Stanford, Alex was drafted into the U.S. Army at the onset of the Korean War and assigned within the United States. After completing his two years of service in the U.S. Military, Alex planned to work in New York. However, due to his father Steve P.'s declining health, and at the request of his mother Angie, he returned to Southern California to work with his father in the family construction business. Alex's father died in 1957, and at the age of 29, Alex became President of Steve P. Rados, Inc. until his retirement in 2000. During his tenure as President, Alex's example of hard work and his moral and ethical leadership were an inspiration to all of its employees. As President of Steve P. Rados, Inc., Alex led the company in its growth, laying the foundation for the company's future success. At the death of his father, he became the Patriarch of the family, especially for his younger brothers, Wally who was 17 years old at the time, and Steve S. who was only 11. In 1956 Alex married Sandra, who was his loving and devoted companion throughout the 63 years of their marriage. She was his steadfast partner throughout his battle with Parkinson's Disease. During his many years as President of the company, Alex participated on numerous boards and was the recipient of various awards.

He was a member of the Governor's Advisory Council on Economic Development; a Director of the Orange County Boy Scouts of America; a Director of the Lon V. Smith Foundation; and a member of the Stanford Athletic Board. Alex was named President of The Beavers in the year 2000, which is a national heavy engineering construction association. He served on the board of the Associated General Contractors (AGC) of California and the California Contractors State License Board. Alex was Chairman of the Los Angeles District of AGC of California, and Chairman of the Heavy and Underground Division of AGC of California. He was also named "Construction Executive of the Year" in 1992 by the Construction Financial Management Association of Southern California. Alex was recipient of the prestigious "DIG" Award in 1999, presented by the Engineering Contractors' Association. Alex was very active in his church, Saint Steven's Serbian Orthodox Cathedral, where he became a member as a young man in 1956. He actively served on Cathedral boards and committees, including as President of the Board of Trustees and Chairman of the Board of Control. In 1996 he was presented with one of the highest distinctions of the Serbian Orthodox Church The Order of Saint Sava. Alex was preceded in death by his parents, Steve P. and Angie Rados.

He is survived by his beloved wife Sandra, his son Steve A., his daughter Sheryl, and his siblings Ollie Lynn, Sonja (Bob) Doder, Wally (Renate), and Steve S. (Stephanie), along with nieces and nephews. A funeral service was held at Saint Steven's Serbian Orthodox Cathedral on March 7, 2020.

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Capt. Stephen Hectus U.s. Navy Ret.

Capt. Stephen Hectus U.s. Navy Ret.

March 21, 1946 - February 4, 2020

Capt. Stephen Hectus, U.S. Navy (Ret.)

Palm Desert - Capt. Stephen Hectus, U.S. Navy (Retired), 73, passed away on February 4, 2020 after a long struggle with Parkinson's disease.

Stephen was born on March 21,1946 in Newburgh, NY. After graduating from Niagara University in 1967, he entered the Navy where he served as a Bombardier/Navigator aboard A-6 Intruder attack jets. After leaving active duty, he spent another 20 years serving in the Naval Reserves.

In civilian life, Stephen was a Vice-President of Sales in the packaging industry, working for such companies as International Paper, Westvaco, and other companies in the New York/New Jersey marketplace.

Stephen was a kind man who loved the good things in life: fishing, lazy days at the beach, playing billiards, good food and wine, and especially taking naps. He fiercely loved his children, Ashley and Justin, being proud of them and worried about them equally as they navigated through their lives. He adored his three granddaughters and was known as their beloved "Papa Steve".

He leaves behind his wife and constant companion of 34 years, Peg Bascom; daughter Ashley Hectus; son Justin Hectus and wife Katie; granddaughters, Jordan, Madi, and Grace; brother Joseph (Michael) Hectus; brother John (Bonnie) Hectus; brother Tom (Cheryl) Hectus: and sister, Mary (John) Brennen; and his dog Alex. He is preceded in death by his parents Joseph and Catherine Hectus, and his dogs Emily, Benjamin, and Nikki.

Stephen will be buried at sea with full military honors. A Celebration of Life will be held at his Palm Desert home on March 8, 2020. In lieu of flowers, donations made to the Parkinson's Resource Organization (www.parkinsonsresource.org) would be greatly appreciated.

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Arliene Brucker

Arliene Brucker

April 24, 1935 - January 26, 2020

Arliene Brucker of Hot Springs Village, Arkansas passed away peacefully at her beautiful lake home surrounded by her family on January 26, 2020. She was born in Milwaukee, WI on April 24, 1935 to Raymond and Harriet (Loomis) Schneidewind.

In life she defeated Parkinson’s. Arliene loved water skiing on the Colorado River, traveling the country in their motor home, boat rides on Lake Balboa, and playing cards with family and friends. She was an active member of Christ of the Hills United Methodist Church.

Survivors include her loving husband of 58 years, Richard; daughter, Maxy, husband Don; sons Ken, wife Camilyn; Alan, wife Becky; four grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; sisters Gail Kelly, Nancy Fisher; numerous nieces and nephews.

She was preceded in death by her parents

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Charles Otis Cline Sr

Charles Otis Cline Sr

March 6, 1937 - January 15, 2020

Charles Otis Cline Sr

1937-2020

Our beloved Son to Julia Kemp-Cline and Clyde Arasho Cline, husband, father, brother, grandfather and great grandfather; passed away on January 15th, 2020 peacefully at his home with loved ones by his side due to a long struggle with Parkinson’s, Diabetes and Heart Disease.


Charles Otis Cline Sr was born in Flint Michigan, He later relocated to Newport Beach, California, where he resided the rest of his life and most knew him as the “Newport Cowboy” because he never wore flip flops and always had on boots and a cowboy hat but he loved the ocean. Dad resided off Placentia Ave for 60+ years.


Later in life, he married Ip pun Cline on February 27th, 1988.


He ranked as an SSG as a Master Crew member; wings as UH-1H (Huey) mechanic in the Army. He served overseas in Germany in the 1950s and served twenty-three years in the Army, retiring in 1996. As a father, he served side by side in the Army with his son Charles Otis Cline Jr in the 336 ANV CO located in Los Alamitos, CA from 1986 to 1989. To the present, his Army legacy has continued through his son and grandchildren.


His career outside of the Army was with McDonald Douglas, where he worked as an electrician, building airplanes and continued to keep family close, working side by side with his Nephew, Travis Heil. He retired from Boeing after approximately thirty years of service. The Army prepared him well to live life to the fullest.


He is a well-respected member in the LDS church, Newport Beach ward…His loved ones gave him happiness. He always enjoyed time with his children, thirteen grandchildren, and six great-grandchildren whenever possible, he loved taking small ventures in life to grab something delightful to eat; spaghetti or a quick burger. Stopping at the local barber's was a routine he never broke; high and tight as they say. A quick haircut at the local barbers and a drive down the coast brought him great joy.


Charles Otis Cline Sr was quick to accept and love others as his family without judgment as well as to offer his help wherever needed. A man who loved beauty, always stopping to say hello or give another a compliment will be greatly missed. Charles Otis Cline Sr is very much loved and respected as a husband, father, and grandfather as well as a friend to many in his life, within the community and church.

Survived by: Wife: Ip pun Cline
Brother in law Young Shig O (Diane)
Siblings: Beverly Jean Dodson (Larry) Sue Reed, Richard Lee Powers Jr
Mother of his four children and best friend: Christine Cline - Heil
His four children and spouses:
Charles Michael Cline
Charles Otis Cline Jr (Shelly Cline) Cheri Elizabeth Cline (Calvin)
Carla Anne Hardcastle (MONT)
13 Grandchildren and 6 Great children.
We love you Poppie!!

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Murray Alan Morguelan

Murray Alan Morguelan

April 30, 1939 - January 8, 2020

Murray Allen Morguelan, 80, beloved husband of Geri (Shapira) Morguelan, died peacefully on January 8, 2020 in Los Angeles. Murray, Fred and Barbara were the three children born to Jacob and Sara Morguelan of Louisville, where they were members of the vibrant Jewish community. Murray had several careers, including being a talented interior designer and founder of the prominent Designer's Eye Studio in Louisville. Murray and Geri eventually moved to Southern California to join family members. Murray was the father of Gariann (Larry) Weisenberg and Natalie Lavine; grandfather to Jamie and Daniel Weisenberg, and Jacob Lavine; brother to Fred and Barbara (Katz) Morguelan; and uncle to Carl (Marla) Katz, Gary (Teresa) Katz, Robyn (Stu) Young, Adina (Shareena) Ascher, Ari (Jo) Morguelan, and Abigail (Matthew) Mirkin and their many children. Donations can be made to the Parkinson's Resource Organization (www.parkinsonsresource.org) in his memory.

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La Donna Taylor

La Donna Taylor

October 23, 1941 - January 5, 2020

La Donna Jean Taylor, age 78, passed away on January 5, 2020, at Golden Heart Home Care in Cathedral City, CA. She was born in Los Angeles on October 23, 1941. She graduated from Eagle Rock High School in 1959, received a Bachelor's Degree in Spanish from Pasadena College in 1972, and a Degree in Education at Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo in 1975. Much of her adult life was spent living in Palm Desert.

La Donna took delight in helping others, and that was reflected in her choice of career. She taught at several elementary schools in the Desert Sands Unified School District for a total of nearly 30 years, retiring in 2007. In 1990 she was named Teacher of the Year at Abraham Lincoln Elementary School in Palm Desert. She enjoyed reading (especially her Billy Graham daily devotional), listening to and singing music, writing letters, and researching ancestry.

La Donna lovingly cared for her parents in their failing health and remained steadfast in her Christian faith despite her own health issues. She stated: "Our lives are in His will, and we will only be happy if we acknowledge that."

La Donna is survived by her brother, Jay Taylor of Quebec, Canada; nephew, Dan (Jenn) Taylor of Zeeland, MI; niece, Melissa Taylor of Holland, MI; and brother-in-law, Bob Kellogg of Greeneville, TN. Preceded in death were her parents, Jolly and Inez Loraine Taylor; sisters, Beverly Taylor and Barbara Kellogg; and brother, Stephen Taylor.

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Diane (Cottrell) Tompkins

Diane (Cottrell) Tompkins

January 16, 1937 - January 2, 2020

Diane, the eldest child of Cosby and Florence Cottrell, was born in Los Angeles, California. Diane and her younger brother Mel grew up on the Cottrell Avocado and Christmas Ranch located in La Puente, California. As children, they enjoyed riding horses, tending fruit trees and living a country lifestyle. Diane's father, Crosby M. Cottrell, was an Executive for Fairchild Aerial Surveys and her mother, Florence Elizabeth, was a full time wife, mother and managed the day-to-day operations of the ranch.

 

After graduating from the University of Redlands, she met her future husband, Don Tomkins, a star of the Occidental College football team. They married in 1961 and started their life together in an apartment in Rosemead, before moving to their dream home on the 9th hole of the Glendora Country Club. They both enjoyed golf and socializing at the Club.

 

Diane and Don also shared a passion for hunting and fishing and ventured to the farthest reaches of Africa, the Arctic tip of Alaska, and everywhere in between! They were active members in the LA chapter of Safari Club International, an organization dedicated to protecting the freedom to hunt while promoting wildlife conservation worldwide. They especially loved their trips to the 'Save Conservancy', an 800,000 acre privately owned wildlife preserve, founded by Roger Whittall in Humani, Zimbabwe.

 

When they weren't traveling, Diane pursued her passion for teaching children (grades 2-4), a career she enjoyed for over 40 years! With Del Docterman, also a Coolidge 4th grade teacher, they developed a teaching strategy that allowed each teacher "to teach to their strengths". After retiring, Diane returned for many years to teach Art Classes, especially "Van Gogh Sunflowers". Her Students loved her!

 

Diane loved holidays and was an avid collector of decorations of all sorts, especially Annalee's. She delighted in whimsical displays and looked forward to opportunities to share with others. Diane was a dedicated member of the Glenkirk Church in Glendora and could always be counted on to create special decor for church luncheons.

 

Diane was an Educator, a collector and a worldwide traveler. She had lots of friends, but her longest and closest friend was Josette Temple who she met in the 2nd Grade. In their retirement they enjoyed outings to the Performing Arts Centre at Citrus College and rarely missed a show!

 

In 2005, DIane lost Don. It was an especially difficult time for Diane, because she was in the early stages of Parkinson's Disease. Her brother Mel and sister-in-law Jan lived nearby and played a big role in her ability to maintain her independence for as long as possible. THey continued to look out for her for the rest of her life.

 

In 2016, it became impossible for Diane to continue to live independently, so she moved to Atria Senior Living in San Dimas where she was able to enjoy socializing in a safer environment. As the disease progressed and Diane needed full time care, she moved to La Posada in San Dimas in November 2018. She lived there until she passed away peacefully on January 2, 2020.

 

Diane was kind and generous, worked hard and believed in helping others. She was fortunate to marry her soul-mate, and together they were able to see and experience places and things that most people only dream about. She now rests in peace, leaving all of us with the memories we have of her and her life, a life well-lived.

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Federico Torres Fernandez

Federico Torres Fernandez

March 2, 1935 - December 22, 2019

Federico Torres Fernández, 84, of Palm Desert and México died in Palm Desert, CA on December 22, 2019. Federico was born to Benita Torres and Gregorio Fernández in El Centro (San Juan), Jerez, Zacatecas, México on March 2, 1935, although his official birthday is listed as April 8, 1935. Federico was proud of working as a "palmero" in the Coachella Valley for over 50 years - very hard but honest work that allowed him to support and sustain his family. He was a hard-working and proud Mexican immigrant to this country who dedicated his life to respectfully helping every person with whom he interacted. He treasured his family and instilled in them his incredible work ethic and love for education. One of his favorite childhood memories was placing first in an area-wide school competition in 4th grade; his greatest regret was being too poor to continue his schooling. In his final days, he expressed joy in knowing that all his children graduated from college, and felt pride that these included some of the most prestigious universities in the world, including U.C. Berkeley, UCLA, Stanford, and Harvard. Most of all, however, he was content that his sons and daughters were all happy and successful. These last five years he endured with silent strength and grace the ravages of Parkinson's. With the daily assistance and loving care of his wife, five children, and his on-call son-in-law (Dr. Chris), he continued to enjoy life to its fullest and he spent as much time as possible with his five grandchildren. A quiet, honest, and hard-working family man of intrinsic integrity, he is now and always will be greatly missed by those of us who had the good fortune to spend time with him, even if it meant watching him consistently beat you while playing his two favorite games: dominos and conquián.

Federico was a much beloved son, brother, husband, father and "Tata." He is survived by his wife, Josefa Cabrera Fernández; his children and their spouses: Salvador Fernández & Jennifer Eich (Los Angeles), Griselda Fernández & Rafael Barboza (Indio), Maricela Fernández & Christopher Flores (Rancho Mirage), Federico & Ellen Fernández (Richmond), and Adrian Fernández & Marci Furutani (Mill Valley); his grandchildren: Rebeca, Gabriel, Freddy, Raidan and Emily; and his siblings: Jorge Fernández (Cathedral City), María Gilberta Fernández (Mexico), Lorenzo Fernández (Arizona), Hijinio Fernández (Mexico), Benigna Miranda (Los Angeles), and Pio Fernández (Los Angeles).

He is preceded in death by his parents, Gregorio Fernández (1968) and Benita Torres Fernández (2006); and his siblings: Froylán Fernández (2001); Trinidad Fernández (1986); and Abdon Fernández (2013).

All services will be held on Thursday, January 2, 2020 at Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Palm Desert.Visitation will be held at 11:00 am with a rosary following at 12:15 pm and funeral mass at 1:00 pm. Burial will follow at Coachella Valley Cemetery.

En memoria de Federico Torres Fernández. Federico Torres Fernández, a los 84 años, de Palm Desert y México murió en Palm Desert, CA el 22 de diciembre de 2019. Federico, hijo de Benita Torres y Gregorio Fernández, nació en el Centro (San Juan), Jerez, Zacatecas, México, el 2 de marzo de 1935, aunque su cumpleaños está registrado oficialmente como el 8 de abril de 1935. Federico estaba orgulloso de trabajar como "palmero" en el Valle de Coachella por más de 50 años, un trabajo muy duro, pero honesto. Era un inmigrante mexicano orgulloso de trabajar en este país, quien dedicó su vida a apoyar y ayudar a todos aquellos con quienes él se comunicaba. Federico siempre valoró mucho a su familia y más que nada les enseñó y dejó a sus cinco hijos su increíble ética de trabajo y amor por la educación. Uno de sus recuerdos favoritos de su niñez fue salir primero en una competencia escolar regional cuando estaba en cuarto grado de la primaria. De hecho, durante mucho años nos contaba su remordimiento de crecer pobre y no poder continuar sus estudios. En sus últimos días, expresó su alegría y orgullo al saber que todos sus hijos se graduaron de unas de las universidades más prestigiosas del mundo, incluyendo U.C. Berkeley, UCLA, Stanford y Harvard. Más que nada, expresó su alegría de que todos tuvieron éxito y se encontraban muy felices. Estos últimos cinco años soportó valientemente los efectos físicos causados por Parkinson's. Con la ayuda diaria y amorosa de su esposa, cinco hijos y su yerno doctor (Dr. Chris), continuó disfrutando de la vida al máximo y pasó el máximo tiempo que pudo con sus cinco nietos. Un hombre silencioso, honesto, trabajador y de familia con una integridad intrÍnseca, tanto ahora como en el futuro lo vamos a extrañar todos nosotros los que tuvimos la gran suerte de pasar tiempo con él, aunque solo fuera mirarlo constantemente ganarle a uno cuando jugaba sus dos juegos favoritos: dominó y conquián.

Federico era un hijo, hermano, esposo, padre y "Tata" adorado. A Federico le sobreviven su esposa, Josefa Cabrera Fernández; sus hijos y sus parejas: Salvador Fernández y Jennifer Eich (Los Ángeles), Griselda Fernández y Rafael Barboza (Indio), Maricela Fernández y Christopher Flores (Rancho Mirage), Federico y Ellen Fernández (Richmond), y Adrián Fernández y Marci Furutani (Mill Valle)y; sus nietos: Rebeca, Gabriel, Freddy, Raidan y Emily; y sus hermanos: Jorge Fernández (Cathedral City), María Gilberta Fernández (México), Lorenzo Fernández (Arizona), Higinio Fernández (México), Benigna Miranda (Los Ángeles) y Pío Fernández (Los Ángeles).

Le precedieron en la muerte sus padres, Gregorio Fernández (1968) y Benita Torres Fernández (2006); y sus hermanos: Froylán Fernández (2001), Trinidad Fernández (1986) y Abdón Fernández (2013).

Todos los servicios se llevarán a cabo el jueves, 2 de enero de 2020 en la Iglesia Católica del Sagrado Corazón en Palm Desert. Las visitas se harán empezando a las 11:00 a.m. con el Rosario a las 12:15 p.m. y la Misa del funeral a la 1:00 p.m. El entierro seguirá inmediatamente en el cementerio de Coachella Valley.

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