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Sharon Carano

Jan 30, 1940 - Sep 28, 2023

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Corona Del Mar, CA

It is with great sadness and heavy hearts that we announce the passing of our cherished and loved one, Sharon Lyn Carano. She was a beloved wife, mother, grandmother, sister, and aunt to her family. Her memory will live on in the hearts and minds of all those whose lives she touched.Sharon was born in Houston, Texas to Renee Bourgoyne Feeney and Dr. John Feeney on January 30, 1940. She was reared in Texas by her loving mother, who instilled in her a graciousness and southern charm that was a h...Read More

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Payching Alice Chen

Jan 19, 1930 - Jan 28, 2024

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Corona del Mar, CA

Change of Address Notice Payching Alice Chen, fondly called “Chen Mama”, was born on January 19th, 1930 in Tainan, Taiwan. She moved to a beautiful new estate on January 28th, 2024, where she is forever blessed. Chen Mama was a beautiful, graceful, considerate, loving, talented, diligent, tenacious, humorous, hardworking, highly intelligent and full of wisdom Christian lady. She was the cornerstone of her family, the best righthand of her husband, a wise and tender role model of her children, nieces, nephews and in-laws. Outside the family, she was a beloved piano teacher, Japanese teacher, and Taichi teacher. She was always at the forefront to support people. Her love toward her family overflowed and reached many of our extended family and friends, hence the name Chen Mama. Chen Mama was survived by her loving daughter Lily Tu and husband Roger Tu; son Nanming Chen and wife Bon-Chu Chung; daughter Jane Jaorong Chen and husband Ragnar Edholm; son Peter Nanrong Chen and wife Minglin Chen; grandchildren, Ying-Ja Chen and husband Sheng-Hong Chen, Steve Tu and wife Anne Lin, Audrey Chen and husband Chad Lamoureux, Rose Chen, Mingja Edholm, Linnea Edholm and husband Everardo Villalobos and great grandson Eugene Chen. A visitation for Pay Ching will be held Sunday, February 11, 2024 at 1:00 PM at Pacific View Mortuary Legacy Chapel, 3500 Pacific View Drive, Corona del Mar, California 92625, followed by a funeral service at 2:00 PM.

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Elizabeth Schalk Terrell

Nov 22, 1926 - Jan 22, 2024

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Corona del Mar, CA

Our devoted mother, Elizabeth Schalk Terrell, passed away peacefully in her home Monday morning, January 22, 2024. In her final days, she was surrounded by her loving family with whom she had celebrated her 97th birthday only two months earlier. Elizabeth, the first born of Elizabeth and Robert Schalk, was born on November 22, 1926, in Fort Collins, Colorado. She lived with her family in Denver during her early years. When World War II intensified, the family moved to New York for her father’s profession and her parents volunteered in patriotic service for America. Later, Elizabeth attended the University of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado, and she was active with her Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority. During a school break, her father arranged for Elizabeth and her friends to ride the train to Sun Valley. She met John Terrell, who was a very handsome young man in his Army uniform. Our father won her heart. And they married on June 6, 1949, at St. John’s Episcopal Cathedral in Denver, with an elegant reception at the Broodmoor Hotel, Colorado Springs, Colorado. John was a student at the University of New Mexico and they began married life in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Elizabeth worked at the University of New Mexico until their children were born. Her fondest memories were of being a mother. They had a beautiful home with a spacious yard for all the pets. Elizabeth enjoyed gardening, loved animals, had many friends, was active in the Monte Vista Elementary School, St. Mark’s Episcopal Church as well as the girls’ Brownie Scouts troop and projects. The family moved to Corona del Mar, California, where she was active in the PTA and St. James Episcopal Church. She had dogs, cats, a rabbit, and numerous other pets. Elizabeth stayed fully engaged raising her three children and took a position at the University of California, Irvine, in the English Department’s Post Doctorate School of Literary Criticism. She and John spent many a winter driving to Lake Tahoe with the dog and a pet South American Spider monkey, Walter, to visit their son’s family and had a happy retirement traveling. At 97 years of age, Elizabeth remained in her home with caregivers and home companions. Her family and caregivers enjoyed going out to lunch and taking long drives with Elizabeth daily. Elizabeth is preceded in death by her husband, A. John Terrell; parents Elizabeth W. Partridge and Robert L. Schalk; and her brother Robert L. Schalk, Jr. Survivors include: her sister-in-law Carolyn Schalk; her children Patricia Elyse Terrell, Marilee Diane Terrell, John Scott Terrell and his wife, Carole Terrell. She loved and was loved by four grandchildren, Phillip Kopp, Scottie Shelton and Madelaine Baer-Shelton, Bryce Terrell and Jessica Kirkman, Alexa and Jonathan Daniel; as well as four great grandchildren, Enzo and Lara Kopp, Finnigan and May Baer-Shelton. Family and friends will gather for a celebration of her life at Pacific View Memorial Cemetery, Corona del Mar, California, Friday, February 9, 2024, from 1:00 pm, followed by a reception.

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Dr. Phil Lewis Schlegel

May 06, 1930 - Jan 30, 2024

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Corona Del Mar, CA

Dr. Phil Lewis Schlegel, age 93, of Corona Del Mar, California passed away on Tuesday, January 30, 2024. Phil was born in San Diego, California. A memorial service for Phil will be held Sunday, February 11, 2024 at 10:00 AM at Pacific View Mortuary Legacy Chapel, 3500 Pacific View Drive, Corona del Mar, California 92625.

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Payching Alice Chen

Jan 19, 1930 - Jan 28, 2024

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Corona del Mar, CA

Change of Address Notice Payching Alice Chen, fondly called “Chen Mama”, was born on January 19th, 1930 in Tainan, Taiwan. She moved to a beautiful new estate on January 28th, 2024, where she is forever blessed Chen Mama was a beautiful, graceful, considerate, loving, talented, diligent, tenacious, humorous, hardworking, highly intelligent and full of wisdom Christian lady. She was the cornerstone of her family, the best righthand of her husband, a wise and tender role model of her children, nieces, nephews and in-laws. Outside the family, she was a beloved piano teacher, Japanese teacher, and Taichi teacher. She was always at the forefront to support people. Her love toward his family overflowed and reached many of our extended family and friends, hence the name Chen Mama. Chen Mama was survived by her loving daughter Lily Tu and husband, Roger Tu; son Nanming Chen and wife Bon-Chu Chung,; daughter Jane Jaorong Chen and husband Ragnar Edholm; son Peter Nanrong Chen and wife Minglin Chen; grandchildren, Ying-Ja Chen and husband Sheng-Hong Chen, Steve Tu and wife Anne Lin, Audrey Chen and husband Chad Lamoureux, Rose Chen, Mingja Edholm, Linnea Edholm and husband Everardo Villalobos and great grandson Eugene Chen. A visitation for Pay Ching will be held Sunday, February 11, 2024 at 1:00 PM at Pacific View Mortuary Legacy Chapel, 3500 Pacific View Drive, Corona del Mar, California 92625, followed by a funeral service at 2:00 PM.

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Payching Alice Chen

Jan 19, 1930 - Jan 28, 2024

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Corona del Mar, CA

Change of Address Notice Payching Alice Chen, fondly called “Chen Mama”, was born on January 19th, 1930 in Tainan, Taiwan. She moved to a beautiful new estate on January 28th, 2024, where she is forever blessed Chen Mama was a beautiful, graceful, considerate, loving, talented, diligent, tenacious, humorous, hardworking, highly intelligent and full of wisdom Christian lady. She was the cornerstone of her family, the best righthand of her husband, a wise and tender role model of her children, nieces, nephews and in-laws. Outside the family, she was a beloved piano teacher, Japanese teacher, and Taichi teacher. She was always at the forefront to support people. Her love toward his family overflowed and reached many of our extended family and friends, hence the name Chen Mama. Chen Mama was survived by her loving daughter Lily Tu and husband, Roger Tu; son Nanming Chen and wife Bon-Chu Chung,; daughter Jane Jaorong Chen and husband Ragnar Edholm; son Peter Nanrong Chen and wife Minglin Chen; grandchildren, Ying-Ja Chen and husband Sheng-Hong Chen, Steve Tu and wife Anne Lin, Audrey Chen and husband Chad Lamoureux, Rose Chen, Mingja Edholm, Linnea Edholm and husband Everardo Villalobos and great grandson Eugene Chen. A visitation for Pay Ching will be held Sunday, February 11, 2024 at 1:00 PM at Pacific View Mortuary Legacy Chapel, 3500 Pacific View Drive, Corona del Mar, California 92625, followed by a funeral service at 2:00 PM.

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Laurie Ann Paolone

Aug 16, 1972 - Jan 17, 2024

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Corona del Mar, CA

God called Laurie Ann Paolone home on January 17, 2024 at the age of 51, surrounded by her family and closest friends. She was known for her work at Magnaflow, creator and CEO at Hash At It. She had a zest for life exhibited by travels and close friends around the world. She was passionate, thoughtful and generous beyond measure. She had a smile that would light up a room. She will be forever missed by her parents Jerry and Grace Paolone, siblings Nick & Heidi (Finn) Paolone, Kathy (Paolone) & Travis Bos with her nieces and nephews; Nicholas, Isabella and Luca Paolone, Logan and Gavin Bos. Cherished always by her aunts and uncles Zia Nina, Zia Zeza, Zio Jack, Zia Pina, Zia Carmela, Zio Mario, Zia Nicky, Zio Gino, Zia Cheryl, and their families. Reunited in heaven by Nonno Dominic, Nonna St. Clare, Nonno Nicola, Nonna Elfa, Zio Mario, Zio Mike, Zio Joe, Laurie’s godfather Pattino Gianni, her sponsor Rita, and confirmand Laura. We will always love her and miss her, but we ask you to love and live life passionately to the best of your abilities in honor of Laurie Ann Paolone. A visitation for Laurie will be held Monday, January 22, 2024 from 4:00 PM to 8:00 PM at Pacific View Mortuary Legacy Chapel, 3500 Pacific View Drive, Corona del Mar, California 92625. A funeral mass will occur Tuesday, January 23, 2024 at 11:00 AM at Our Lady Queen of Angels Catholic Church, 2046 Mar Vista Drive, Newport Beach, California 92660.

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Jeffrey Gallo

Aug 11, 1977 - Jul 22, 2023

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Corona Del Mar, CA

Graveside Service Wed, Aug 16, 2023 at 1:00 pmPacific View Memorial Park 3500 Pacific View DriveCorona Del Mar, CA 92625

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Marilyn Houston

Jul 17, 1933 - Nov 03, 2023

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Corona Del Mar, CA

Marilyn Mae Houston, age 90, of La Crescenta, California passed away on Friday, November 3, 2023. A graveside service for Marilyn will be held Saturday, December 16, 2023 at 1:00 PM at Pacific VIew Memorial Park, 3500 Pacific View Dr. , Corona del Mar, California 92625.

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Peter Esq

Jul 16, 1952 - Dec 02, 2023

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Corona Del Mar, CA

Peter Clinco, a respected and deeply loved figure in his circle, passed away recently. Born on July 16, 1952, Peter's life was marked by passionate commitment to both his family, enjoyment with friends, and the pursuit of knowledge. He was the beloved husband of Miranda Barone, whom he married in the happy year of 1981. Their union was blessed with two devoted sons, Matthew and David Clinco, who honored their father in everything they did. His family circle was further extended by the addition of his adored daughter-in-law, Natalie Clinco, and cherished granddaughter, Malia Clinco, and grandson Travis Clinco, who added immense joy to his life. Peter was predeceased by his father, the Honorable Mario Clinco, and mother Elizabeth Clinco of Beverly Hills, whose memory he held dear. He is survived by his wife, children, and grandchildren, who are left to treasure his memory and continue his legacy of love and dedication. Peter's pursuit of knowledge saw him graduate from the University of Southern California in 1974 and later, in 1977, from Loyola Law School, Los Angeles. The education he received became an integral part of his personality and informed much of his worldview. He began the practice of law in a Beverly Hills firm with many celebrity clients. Peter, however, treated all his clients like stars. In addition to the practice of law, Peter opened a restaurant, Skylight Gardens, in Westwood Village, West Los Angeles. It quickly became a favorite dining location. Peter raised his family in San Marino, California where he resided for 30 years. Recently Peter and his wife retired in Laguna Beach, California. A move he called the capstone of his life. He was a loyal supporter of the USC Trojans, the enthusiasm of which was matched by his love for Italy, one of his favorite vacation spots, where he and his family celebrated their heritage. However, it was his family that remained his most cherished cause, and he committed his efforts to providing them with a warm and loving environment. As we remember Peter, we reflect upon a life lived with purpose and passion - a man who loved deeply and was deeply loved. He will continue to live on in the memories of those who knew him and will remain forever in our hearts. A Cryptside Service will be held on Sunday, December 17, 2023, 2:00 pm, at Pacific View Memorial Park, 3500 Pacific View Dr. , Corona del Mar, CA. A Celebration of Life will immediately follow. In lieu of flowers Please consider a contribution to Clinco Family Memorial Fund.

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Seda Klanian

Apr 24, 1929 - Nov 28, 2023

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Corona Del Mar, CA

Seda Karapetian Klanian was born on April 24, 1929 to Zakar and Gayane Karapetian in Krasnodar, Russia. Seda was the second of four children and was preceded in death by her older brother Garabed and two younger brothers Albert and Aschot. At approximately five years of age, her family immigrated from Russia and settled briefly in Tabriz, Iran and later moved permanently to the Iranian capital of Tehran. There, her family lived in an Armenian/Assyrian neighborhood where Seda attended the local schools. While still a teen, Seda displayed exceptional creative talent in both sketching and fashion. She developed a self-taught skill in pattern and dress making and quickly established an impressive clientele. It was with the help of family who had already settled in Los Angeles that Seda was able to move to Los Angeles in 1951. There, she lived with relatives and attended Los Angeles City College to learn English and the Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising where she pursued her passion for women's fashion design. On one fateful evening, Seda attended an Armenian dance with several of her cousins. This is where she met Gabriel, who had driven cross-country from Rhode Island with a buddy of his. They were married January 14, 1956 and initially settled in East Los Angeles. Their firstborn, Charlene was born late that same year. Two years later they moved to La Habra followed by the births of Cynthia and Glen. Gabriel and Seda settled in Newport Beach, California in 1986 once their children were grown and lived out the remainder of their lives there. Seda dedicated her life to her husband, three children and, eventually, Zachary, Alexander, Nicholas and Gabriel, her four grandsons. Seda possessed a dry wit, exquisite taste and style and was an exceptional cook. She enjoyed traveling with Gabriel as well as with the rest of her family.

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