John Laurence Hindmarsh, 86, resident of Nipomo, CA passed away February 4, 2020. Arrangements are under the direction of Dudley-Hoffman Mortuary, Crematory and Memory Gardens. www.dudleyhoffmanmortuary.com
Paul Bettencourt, 75, resident of Santa Maria, CA passed away February 6, 2020. Arrangements are under the direction of Dudley-Hoffman Mortuary, Crematory and Memory Gardens. www.dudleyhoffmanmortuary.com
Robert A. Larsh (Bob) of Santa Maria, CA passed away peacefully on Tuesday, February 4, 2020 surrounded by his family. Bob was a beloved husband, father, grandfather and is survived by Colleen Ann Larsh his wife of 66 years, and their five children; Craig (June), Mark (Audrey), Brian, Maureen Irwin (Mark), Shawna Robertson (Mark) and their four grandchildren; Lauren and Cameron Irwin, Sonora and Nolan Robertson.
Bob was born on June 13, 1931 in Iron Mountain, MI. He entered Military Service with the U.S. Air Force in 1950 and, as a distinguished Aviation Cadet graduate, received a U.S. Air Force Commission to 2nd Lieutenant (Regular Forces) in 1953.
A Vietnam combat veteran, he retired at the rank of Lt. Colonel in 1976. His military and subsequent 14 Year Aerospace civilian career included varied research and development assignments, as well as, Secretary of the Air Force Special Project activities associated with both aircraft and satellite surveillance systems development, test and operations.
Bob loved his dinners with family at the Hitching Post, a bowl of soup and a sandwich for lunch, working on his Datsun 280Z, playing golf, watching sports and spending time with his family.
Bob will be missed for his strength, his intelligence, his loyalty to family and for serving his country.
At his request, there will be no services. Interment will be private.
In lieu of flowers, please honor Bob with a Tribute Donation to the Alzheimer's Association.
David (Dave) Paul Crough died on February 1, 2020, in Santa Maria, California. He was 65. In late August 2019, he walked the John Muir Trail with no knowledge that he had cancer. Two weeks later, it was discovered. After a four-and-a-half-month battle with this illness, he walked into the arms of God. Dave is survived by his wife Deborah; his children Jordan (Lisa) Crough, and Meredith (Greg) Klemmensen; his grandson Eli; his siblings Peter (Diane) Crough and Kathy (Don) Weeks; and numerous nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents Thomas and Marylou Crough.
Dave was born in Los Angeles, California on December 25, 1954, and was adopted by Tom and Marylou Crough on January 29, 1955. In 1962, his family moved to Santa Maria, where Dave attended Rice Elementary School, Fesler Jr. High, St. Joseph High School, and took film and photography courses from Hancock College, before graduating from film school at Loyola Marymount University. He later graduated with a Masters Degree from Brooks Institute of Photography.
From his earliest years, Dave loved being outdoors, and especially enjoyed backpacking, camping and white-water rafting. He worked as a guide for the first rafting company on the Kern River. He became a pioneer rock climber, mapping and completing multiple first ascents. Several guidebooks credit him with developing numerous climbing routes in Central California. He summited many mountain peaks, including Mt. Whitney, Mt. Rainier, and Popocatépetl in Mexico. He always felt the greatest reverence for God in the beauty and majesty of creation.
Dave married Deborah (Deb) Anderson on March 19, 1981 in Santa Maria. Led by their shared passion for meeting God in the mountains, the two created and ran an outdoor education program at First Christian Church, leading local youth on backpacking trips in the Sierra Nevada mountains. This group, called Adventure Bound, was inspired by Dave's time working for the outdoor education program, Outward Bound.
When Dave and Deb became members of Wycliffe Bible Translators in November 1984, a new adventure began that would take them around the world, using their writing and photography abilities in support of the work of Bible translation. They were joined in their journey when son Jordan and daughter Meredith were born.
Throughout his career with Wycliffe, Dave traveled to well over 50 countries. He eventually transitioned from photo-journalism to a leadership role in Wycliffe Canada, and then to his most recent work as part of the leadership team of the Wycliffe Global Alliance. This allowed him to work remotely and to travel from his home in Santa Maria.
Dave was known for his capacity to manage a deep level of detail, while holding the broader context of a situation in mind. He was a master planner, from developing and facilitating consultations for participants from many countries, to organizing family adventures, both locally and around the world.
Dave used his outdoor skills to achieve a lifelong dream: to hike the Pacific Crest Trail (PCT). Dave remained faithful to this dream, despite having to pause temporarily when he broke his leg on the hike. He eventually completed the entire 2,650-mile PCT in 2012.
Dave experienced great joy in the adventures of his life, and he always wanted to share what he loved with others. What made him happiest was spending time with his family. He demonstrated his love for them by serving them with a selfless generosity. He will be greatly missed.
A memorial will be held at a future date.
In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to:
Marian Regional Medical Center Foundation (supportmarianmedical.org)
The Pacific Crest Trail Association (pcta.org), or
Mary Elizabeth Mager, 83, passed away peacefully on Monday, January 27, 2020 in Santa Maria, CA following a short illness. She was surrounded by her loving family.
The Rosary and Funeral Mass for Mary will be held this Friday, February 14th at 12:30pm at St. Joseph Catholic Church, 298 S. Thompson Avenue, Nipomo, CA.
Mary was born in New York City on January 4, 1937, the second of 7 children born to Harold and Mary Fessel. She graduated from St. Patrick's Cathedral High School in 1955. On September 6,1958 she married Alfred Kurt Mager. They were married for 61 years. Together they raised 3 children in northern New Jersey. Mary and Al moved their family to Southern California in 1977, living in Huntington Beach until their retirement to Nipomo, CA in 1998.
Mary is survived by her husband Al, son Al Jr and his wife Kelly, daughter Marie and her husband Scott, and daughter Karen, as well as 4 grandchildren: Mikayla, Hunter, Amanda, and Danielle.
Eloise Ann Perry was born September 18, 1935 into a large Norwegian family in rural North Dakota. Her dad Martin Johnson and mom Mabel had 4 children before Eloise—James, Jean, Richard, and Robert. Eloise was the baby of the family and loved her older brothers and sisters. She was full of life and lots of spunk. She attended elementary school in Hillsboro and then in Grand Forks, North Dakota, and graduated from Central High School in Grand Forks in 1952.
After high school, Eloise worked at various jobs until 1957 when she met and fell in love with Joseph Perry, a minor league pitcher with the Grand Forks Chiefs. After getting married they moved back to Joseph's hometown of Alexandria, Virginia and started a family, having sons Michael, Mark, Matthew and daughter Michelle. The Perry family lived in Alexandria and Fairfax, Virginia, Phoenix and Scottdale, Arizona, and San Luis Obispo, California.
Eloise was a wonderful daughter, a great sister, an ideal wife, a nearly perfect mother, and loving grandmother. She had a heart of gold, a very positive attitude and outlook, a tremendous love for people, and an endearing smile. She was greatly loved and will be greatly missed.
Eloise passed away peacefully surrounded by family on January 20, 2020. She was 84.
She is survived by her sons Mike, Mark (Cheryl), and Matt (Holly), her brothers Richard & Robert (Bonnie) Johnson, and many grandchildren and great grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her parents, brother James Johnson, sister Jean Mammal, and daughter Michelle.
A graveside service will be held at the Santa Maria cemetery Monday, February 10, 2020 at 11 am for Mrs. Lorna B. Frey-Black, who passed away on Friday, January 31st.
Born in San Diego, CA on August 20, 1941. She graduated from Grossmont Highschool in 1959 where she was a part of the Red Robe Choir for three years. Lorna was employed at the Santa Maria Courthouse for 25 years as a court clerk prior to retiring.
Lorna is survived by her children John Knutson, Donald Knutson, Paul Knutson, Alice Williams, Dan Frey, Linda Frey, and Diane Andersen, along with twelve grandchildren, three great-grandchildren and her husband William Black and his daughter Diane Black.
A loving wife, loved and cherished mother and grandmother and a tender spirit to all who encountered her. Lorna's love, compassion, and generosity enriched all who knew her. Her love will not end with her passing.
Dudley-Hoffman Mortuary is in charge of funeral arrangements.
Tomasa Tapia age 83, of Santa Maria passed away Monday, February 3, 2020. Tomasa was born in Michoacán, Mexico on April 29, 1936. Tomasa's talents were many, those who knew her will remember her as a great mother, sister, wife, grandmother and great grandmother. She was great cook, had a good sense of humor and loved to entertain her friends and family.
She was preceded in death by her parents Santos Lobera , María Luz Esquivel and her husband Octavio Tapia. She is survived by her children her sons Gustavo, Jose, Octavio and Ramon, her daughters Engracia, Irma, Teresa, Lupe, Veronica, Graciela, Carmen, Blanca, Maria, Along with 44 grandchildren and 33 great grandchildren. We will always remember her love of cooking a good meal, her faith, her smile and her love of shopping. Forever missed but never forgotten.
Visitation will begin at 9:30 a.m. on Saturday, February 8, 2020 followed by a Funeral Service at 10:00 a.m. in the Chapel of Magner-Maloney Funeral Home and Crematory. Interment will follow in the new section of the Santa Maria Cemetery.
Arrangements are in the care of Magner-Maloney Funeral Home and Crematory. Sympathy notes and words of support may be expressed at www.magnermaloney.com.
The second of six children, Annette Healy (née O'Brien) was born in Limerick, Ireland in 1940 to Paddy and Lily (Reid) O'Brien. She was raised in “the parish,” a tight-knit community surrounded by music, literature, dancing, rugby, theater, and a love of life that would stay with her throughout her own life. In her youth, she attended St. Mary's school, and enjoyed Irish dancing and acting in plays. In 1969 she would marry George Healy; their families were close, and they grew up just across the bridge from each other. Annette immigrated to Santa Monica, California with George later that year. Over the next five years, they would have three children. In 1980, they moved to Santa Maria, California.
Her life's work was raising her children, John, Michael, and Elaine.
She taught them by example how to enjoy life, find humor in everything, to accept and not judge others, and to appreciate differences. She always had an open door for their many friends, and took great pleasure in being with her family, enjoying music, watching hockey, camping, swimming in the ocean, and taking her kids to their numerous practices and lessons.
Ultimately, she gave them the greatest gift: unconditional love. She was by all accounts an exemplary mother.
Her family and friends will remember that Annette enjoyed music to its fullest, often breaking out in song or dancing an Irish jig. She had an affinity for all things whimsical, a keen intuition, and a warm nature that made everyone feel welcome. She always rooted for the underdog. She will be deeply missed by her grandkids whom she loved dearly. Above all else, she and George had a marriage to be admired--one of ease, humor, and great love.
Annette is survived by her husband of 50 years, George Healy; her sons John Healy of Portland, Oregon and Michael Healy of Santa Maria, California; her daughter Elaine Healy and son-in-law Bryan Eskew of Santa Maria, California; her grandchildren Desmond and Ian Healy and Fiona and Maeve Eskew; and her siblings Brian O'Brien (Olive), Pat O'Brien (Deirdre), Mary Raftopoulos (George) and Deirdre Lubek (George), all of Ireland.
She is preceded in death by her parents, Paddy and Lily O'Brien, and sister Betty O'Brien.
A funeral mass will be celebrated at 11 a.m. on Monday, February 10, 2020, at St. Louis de Montfort Catholic Church, Orcutt, CA with a reception following. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made in Annette's name to Allan Hancock College's PCPA Theater.
Robert A. Larsh, 88, resident of Santa Maria, CA passed away February 4, 2020. Arrangements are under the direction of Dudley-Hoffman Mortuary, Crematory and Memory Gardens. www.dudleyhoffmanmortuary.com
Tommy Ray Wilson, 88, resident of Santa Maria, CA passed away February 5, 2020. Arrangements are under the direction of Dudley-Hoffman Mortuary, Crematory and Memory Gardens. www.dudleyhoffmanmortuary.com
Alfonso Gonzalez Camarena, 59, resident of Santa Maria, CA passed away January 29, 2020. Arrangements are under the direction of Dudley-Hoffman Mortuary, Crematory and Memory Gardens. www.dudleyhoffmanmortuary.com
Antonio S. Martinez, 85, resident of Santa Maria, CA passed away January 29, 2020. Arrangements are under the direction of Dudley-Hoffman Mortuary, Crematory and Memory Gardens. www.dudleyhoffmanmortuary.com
Kathleen Joyce Ardoin, 76, resident of Santa Maria, CA passed away January 29, 2020. Arrangements are under the direction of Dudley-Hoffman Mortuary, Crematory and Memory Gardens. www.dudleyhoffmanmortuary.com
Ruben Colunga, Sr., 68, resident of Santa Maria, CA passed away January 30, 2020. Arrangements are under the direction of Dudley-Hoffman Mortuary, Crematory and Memory Gardens. www.dudleyhoffmanmortuary.com
David Paul Crough, 65, resident of Santa Maria, CA passed away February 1, 2020. Arrangements are under the direction of Dudley-Hoffman Mortuary, Crematory and Memory Gardens. www.dudleyhoffmanmortuary.com
Sally Brazzi (86) was born July 9, 1933 in Arroyo Grande to Otto Newell and Viola Mae Buss, she passed away on February 1, 2020 in Templeton. Sally grew up in Santa Maria and Lompoc, graduating from Santa Maria High School in 1951. She was introduced to the love of her life Gerald Brazzi, at a dance at the Arroyo Grande Grange Hall by his sister, Fern. They were married on October 10, 1953 and were married for 61 years before Gerald passed away on April 1, 2015. Sally and Gerald lived in Santa Margarita before settling in Atascadero.
Sally had a few jobs outside the home, but mostly enjoyed spending time with her family, working in her flower gardens and cooking delicious meals in her kitchen. She was well known for her wonderful pies.
She is survived by her son Mike Brazzi of Cottonwood, California; daughter Lisa (Rick) Stickler of Buda, Texas; sister Wendy Buss of Atascadero; brother Larry (Rhea) of San Diego, California; grandchildren Jacklyn, Laura and Sean; three great grandsons Gerald, Rhylan and Quincy. Memorial Services will be on Friday, February 7 at 11 AM at the Santa Maria Cemetery, 1501 South College Drive with Pastor Greg Burtnett of Grace Baptist Church officiating. Reception following at Grace Baptist Church, 605 East McCoy Lane. Funeral arrangements under the care of Dudley Hoffman Mortuary, Santa Maria.
Kathleen (Kathy) Joyce (Miller) Ardoin, 76, of Santa Maria/Orcutt, CA passed peacefully surrounded by family and friends on 29, Jan 2020 and stormed into heaven. She was born to Edward and Helen (Crandall) Miller in Olympia, Washington on Jan 1, 1944, number ten of eleven children. Kathy attended St Benedict's elementary School in Seattle, WA and graduated from St Mary's Academy, Winlock, WA in 1961. She attended Hancock College in Santa Maria, Ca and Aurora Community College in Aurora, Co. Kathy supported her husband, Billy, in his 20-year military career as a homemaker and worked in the banking, postal and retail sales industries.
Kathy loved to travel. She especially enjoyed travel in Europe including Italy, Germany, England, France, Luxembourg, Belgium, Netherlands, Switzerland, Liechtenstein to name a few. She loved to collect German pewter plates and cups. She enjoyed residing in Arizona, California, Colorado, Mississippi, Texas, and Washington. She enjoyed being with family and good friends during holidays and gatherings. Kathy was a favorite member of TOPS for 15 years. She loved visiting the Elephant Seals on the San Simeon beaches every year on her birthday and taking friends visiting other times.
When Kathy and Billy's souls found each other 50 years ago and married in Santa Maria, Ca on April 29, 1972, who could have guessed what a big mixed gumbo stew of a family they would create. Kathy was a beautiful lady inside and out, witty, funny, caring and generous. She was truly one of those special human beings who made this world a better place. Rest in peace beautiful diamond.
Kathy and Billy raised three children, Lisa, Brian and Natasha. They lived in different parts of the USA and in two European countries, Italy and Germany. After 20 years of Air Force Service they came home to Santa Maria, Ca in 1997.
Kathy is survived by her husband Billy Ardoin, son, Brian Tanaka (married to Rachel Bisby) and daughter, Natasha Moench (Married to Fred), Daughter Lisa Lynn Cochran predeceased her Feb 2018 (Married to Jarrett Cochran), 10 grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren and many nieces, nephews and cousins. A celebration of Kathy's life will be scheduled at a future date. In lieu of flowers a donation can be made to The American Cancer Society. Our family greatly appreciates the hospice care provided by Dignity Health Services.
On Tuesday, January 22, 2020, Debra J. Jones “Debbie”, our beloved wife and mother of two daughters and one step daughter, went home to be with her Lord and Savior at the age of 58.
Debra was born and raised in Santa Maria, CA, to James and Doris Charles. She attended Robert Bruce Elementary School, El Camino Jr. High School, Santa Maria High School and Allan Hancock College. Debra worked 20 years for the S.M.B.S.D. at Robert Bruce Elementary as a Computer Lab Technician. In 1984 she married Leonard “Chuck” Jones. They raised two daughters and one stepdaughter, Shannon, Stephanie and Heather.
Debra was preceded in death by her mother and father, James and Doris; brothers, Phillip and Donald; and in-laws, Harvey Daniel, Eric Daniel and Terri Jones.
Debra is survived by her husband, Charles; daughters, Shannon, Stephanie and Heather Jones; grandchildren, Amaya, Alexander, Miranda, Adriana, Roman and Ashton; brother, Alan Tirrell and wife Carol; sister, Marie Kalfur and husband Robert; sister, Diana Whitener; brother and sister-in-laws, Christina Corbett, Edward and Violetta Daniel, Chester Daniel, La Rue Robinson, Denise Fernandez, Maurice Ford and David Daniel; along with numerous nieces and nephews.
Debra's passion was for her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ and the love and commitment to her family. She will be greatly missed, she made our family life complete. Debra loved the great outdoors, camping, fishing, hiking, fresh air, mountains, oceans and all of God's creation. They genuinely moved her soul.
A Celebration of Life Service will be held at 11:00 A.M., on Saturday, February 8th, 2020, at the Orcutt Presbyterian Church (993 Patterson Rd, Santa Maria, CA).
Lisa Page Leonard, 53, resident of Santa Maria, CA passed away February 1, 2020. Arrangements are under the direction of Dudley-Hoffman Mortuary, Crematory and Memory Gardens. www.dudleyhoffmanmortuary.com
Rose L. Caldwell, 92, resident of Santa Maria, CA passed away February 2, 2020. Arrangements are under the direction of Dudley-Hoffman Mortuary, Crematory and Memory Gardens. www.dudleyhoffmanmortuary.com
Lorna B. Frey Black, 78, resident of Chula Vista, CA passed away January 31, 2020. Arrangements are under the direction of Dudley-Hoffman Mortuary, Crematory and Memory Gardens. www.dudleyhoffmanmortuary.com
Betty Chiyoko Himoto passed away at Arroyo Grande Community Hospital after a short illness on January 22 at the age of 95. Betty was born in Burbank, California on July 4, 1924 and grew up on a farm next to Warner Bros Studio. The family later moved to Ryde, California. During her senior year at Courtland Union High School the family was interned Tule Lake Relocation Camp where they remained until after the end of World War II. In 1950 Betty married Roy Hisao Himoto and moved to Isleton, California and they had 4 children, Lester, Raymond, Nancy, and Robert.
In 1996 Betty moved to San Luis Obispo, California to be with her son Robert and to enjoy the great Central Coast where she could garden all year around. She made many friends and enjoyed great neighbors. Betty was active in the senior center, eventually running the exercise class.
In 2006 she joined her sons Robert and Raymond with the purchase of the Santa Maria Valley Railroad. Betty became a Director of the Santa Maria Valley Railroad and worked until last year contributing any way she could to the railroad.
Betty is survived by her four children, Lester, Raymond, Nancy, and Robert along with her sisters-in-law Sue Hori and Kikue Hori, and many nieces and nephews. Betty was preceded in death by her parents, Kameto and Tsuchiyo Hori, husband Roy Himoto, brothers and sisters Donald Hori, Mitsuko Nakatsuka, Dorothy Toy, Jack Hori, and Teruo Hori.
A Memorial Service will be held on Sunday Feb 16 at the Madonna Inn at 12:00 pm.
M. Richard (Dick) Migliore, 90, formerly of Santa Maria, now living in Mission Viejo, CA, passed away January 30, 2020.
Richard was born on December 3, 1929 in Michigan City, IN to Joseph and Carmella (Vizza) Migliore. Richard was raised and educated in Indiana. He graduated from Purdue University, with a degree in Electrical Engineering. Richard married Elizabeth (Betty) Hemdal in Michigan City in 1955. They moved to Seattle, WA for work and in 1962 moved to Santa Maria where they raised their children and spent most of their lives. Richard worked for Boeing at Vandenberg AFB for nearly 30 years. He and Betty also ran an educational supply store, Dillar, a Dollar, for many years in Santa Maria. Richard was a long time member of the Elks, both in Santa Maria and Mission Viejo. Betty and Richard relocated to Mission Viejo in 2004 to be closer to their daughters. Betty passed away in 2013.
Richard is survived by daughter, Mari Migliore and her husband, Kurt Wahl; daughter, Cathy Pum and her husband, Joe Pum; son, Mike Migliore and his wife, Marietta Frey; grandchildren, Sean Wahl, Lauren Pum, David Pum, Amy Pum, Kevin Migliore and Caroline Migliore.
An interment service will be held at 1:00 pm on Friday, February 7, 2020 at the Santa Maria Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to The Salvation Army and/or BrightFocus Foundation – Macular Degeneration Research.
Arrangements are in the care of Magner-Maloney Funeral Home and Crematory. Sympathy notes and words of support may be expressed at www.magnermaloney.com.
Pamela Gomes-St. Aubin, age 69 of Santa Maria, passed away on Saturday, January 25, 2020. Pam was born to the late Anthony Gomes and Jane Kelley Gomes on April 17, 1950.
Pam attended Santa Maria High School and graduated in June 1968. She went to work at GTE in the summer and married Jon Grindle in November of the same year. While living in Santa Maria, they had their only daughter Kelley Jane. They enjoyed spending time with friends and family hosting BBQ's.
Pam worked for GTE until she retired at the age of 47. While working for GTE she wore many hats including a telephone operator and dispatch clerk. During her time at GTE, she was a strong union member and held many offices including President of their Union, Communication Workers of America. She negotiated for her union on the national level and was very proud of her hard work and accomplishments during those years.
After being friends and coworkers for a number of years at GTE, Pam married Ronald St. Aubin on February 19, 1994. They enjoyed “cruising” Alaska and the Caribbean and traveling to Laughlin and Hawaii as often as possible.
Pam loved the beach and spent as much time as possible at her favorite Avila Beach. She was competitive and loved a good game of Mahjong or Backgammon. Pam especially loved the times she was with Zackary. Whether she was picking him up from school, taking him to the car dealerships or baking him cookies, she always had a smile on her face when “the red head” was in the room. She enjoyed spending time with her life long “F (50) Troop Friends; quoting one of them “we are a tight group, enduring divorces, children with issues and a whole lot of personal stuff. Stories never left our circle and won't. Several other gals wanted to join, but there was just too much history and we all agreed, we just couldn't do that!” F-Troopers: Terri (Arevalos) Jaquith, Kathy Signorelli, Susan (Harney) Moats, Pam (Pedigo) Cordero, Annette (Rabourn) Betz, Jeanette (Rabourn) Compton and Arlene (Souza) Peterson.
Pam will be forever remembered and loved by her daughter Kelley Allain (Buddy), grandson Zackary; stepson Casey Candaele (Christy) and their children Dylan, Brady and Reece; brother Mark Gomes (Diane) and their son Scott Gomes (Esther, sons : Cameron and Carson); brother Michael Gomes (Leslie) and their children Adam Gomes (Ginny) and Lauren. Pam is predeceased in death by her loving husband of 25 years, Ronald J. St. Aubin.
The family wishes to thank all who cared for her during her last days. A funeral service celebrating her life will be held on Friday, February 7, 2020 at 10:00 a.m., at St. Louis De Montfort Church; followed by a burial at the Santa Maria Cemetery.
Memorial donations may be made to the Alzheimer's Foundation of America, 322 Eighth Avenue, 16th Floor, New York, NY. 10001; Phone 866-232-8484; E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thomas Hill Prevost, 77, resident of Santa Maria, CA passed away January 30, 2020. Arrangements are under the direction of Dudley-Hoffman Mortuary, Crematory and Memory Gardens. www.dudleyhoffmanmortuary.com
Robert Pico passed Jan. 6th, he was loved by his children Robert 'Bobby' Pico Jr and Lisa Pico he will be missed Respected OG. He worked at Driscoll Cooler many years. There will Be Burial Feb 7th 11am celebration of life at VFW Hall.