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                            [dob] => 1932-06-30T00:00:00-07:00
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                            [obitlongte] => Marilyn Lillian Geller 
June 30, 1932- June 12, 2022
Service Date: June 30th, 2022- The Small Chapel at Hillside Memorial Park - 2PM 

Marilyn Geller, born Marilyn Lillian Braveman, passed away peacefully in Folsom, CA on June 12th, 2022, 18 days before her 90th birthday. Marilyn was born in New Jersey to Morris and Eva Braveman and was one of four siblings.
Marilyn lived, worked, and raised her family in Orange County, CA until January 2022 when she relocated to Folsom to be closer to her family.
Marilyn married her husband Robert in 1956, who proceeded her in death in 2005, after 49 years of marriage.
Marilyn leaves a legacy as the mother of four children: Steven Nancy, Marla and Richard. She was a devoted grandmother to seven grandchildren: Ashley, Kyle, Alex, Carley, Matthew, Julia and Kristie. She was a wise great-grandmother to 12 great-grandchildren.


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                            [dlname] => Gibbs                         
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                            [dlname] => Mills                         
                            [dob] => 1920-12-14T00:00:00-08:00
                            [dod] => 2022-06-01T00:00:00-07:00
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                            [dlname] => Roseman                       
                            [dob] => 1931-01-19T00:00:00-08:00
                            [dod] => 2022-06-01T00:00:00-07:00
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                            [obitlongte] => Helen Kreshek Roseman, 91, passed away on June 1, 2022 in Los Angeles. Helen was born in Detroit, Michigan on January 19, 1931. She was the only daughter of four children, and a true beauty, inside and out. After she graduated from high school in Detroit, she and her family moved to Los Angeles, where she worked in her parents' bakery alongside her older brother Aleck while also taking community college classes to learn shorthand and typing until marrying Ernest Roseman at age 23. Together they had three daughters, Sharon, Nancy, and Susan. Soon after her girls were all in school full time, she began working as a legal secretary, which she thoroughly enjoyed for many years before retiring.
She was preceded in death by her parents Henry and Dora Kreshek and her brothers Aleck Kreshek (Meri Kreshek) and Saul Kreshek, and sister-in-law Lillian Weinberg, brother-in-law Arnold Roseman (Shirley Roseman Lyon). She is survived by her three adoring daughters, Sharon (Paul Palevsky) of Sewickley, PA, Nancy (Yoni Greenfield) of Karmiel, Israel, and Susan (Scott Corwin) of Pacific Palisades, CA, grandchildren Hilary Palevsky (Ada Lerner), Jason Palevsky, Devorah Greenfield, Joshua Corwin, Dovid Greenfield and Yosef Greenfield, her brother Seymour Kreshek (Arline) of Palm Desert CA, sister-in-law Nina Kreshek and many nieces, nephews, great-nieces and great-nephews and long-time friend, Sandy Hoffman.  She never complained, and always took life's ups and downs with a smile and a song in her heart.  Her last 15 years were challenging as she struggled with Alzheimer's disease, but somehow she was always calm and smiling. 
Graveside services to be held at Hillside Memorial, 10am Tuesday June 7th. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests donations to the Alzheimer's Association (alz.org) or Alzheimer's Foundation of America (alzfdn.org).


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                            [dlname] => Rosenblum                     
                            [dob] => 1965-04-13T00:00:00-07:00
                            [dod] => 2022-06-02T00:00:00-07:00
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                            [obitlongte] => Craig Alan Rosenblum

 April 13, 1965 -June 1, 2022

Craig Rosenblum was many things to many people, but mostly he was a devoted son, brother, uncle, nephew and father.   Although to say Craig was a devoted father does not adequately describe the relationship he had with his kids.  Jake and Shea were his oxygen; they were his life.  
Craig grew up in Los Angeles, attended Franklin Elementary, King Jr. High, and John Marshall High School, and, then attended San Diego State University. 
Ultimately, Craig went to work in the family business founded by his grandfather: Systematic Office Supply.  Craig started in customer service and that evolved into him becoming an outside Salesperson which he had been doing for the better part of last 35+ years.   Over the years, Craig worked closely with his late grandfather Sid, his late father Marvin, and his 2 brothers, Brian and Darren.  What a lot of people don't know is that all throughout the years, even though his business card said "Account Manager," he worked hard helping to run the company as well.  
Craig was an avid golfer and rarely missed his normal Saturday round of golf and absolutely loved those precious hours on the course.  He also recently started coaching Jake's baseball games and loved that as well.  
Like his father, Craig had an easy smile and an infectious laugh.  He was a good listener and cared deeply for other people and would always be quick to lend a hand to anyone who needed anything. 
Craig maintained a very close relationship with his one-time wife, lifelong friend and parenting partner Annie Lintott.
Many people did not know this, but Craig also had a new Girlfriend, Karen, who was a great source of happiness for him these last several months.  
He will be so missed by so many! Craig was 57 years old.  
Craig is survived by his mother, Sue Appleton; his step-mother, Joyce Rosenblum; his brothers Brian and Darren Rosenblum, their spouses Lisa and Dana; his children Jake & Shea, their mother Anne Lintott; nephews Mason & Logan; aunts and uncles:  Susi & Yacov Sherman, Margie Rosenblum; Bob Ginsburg; cousins Rick Jurasky and Margaret Daniel, Jeff & Kathleen Jurasky; Talia & Ryan Scheiderman, Yael Sherman, Ceevan Sherman, Lena & Daniel LeChaminant; David Ginsburg, and Karen Melara, Girlfriend

Funeral Services:
Thursday, June 9th at 10am
Hillside Memorial Park
6001 Centinela Ave
Los Angeles, CA  90045

Celebration of Life to follow at Home of Darren & Dana Rosenblum:
7245 W. 90th 
Los Angeles, CA  90045

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                            [dlname] => Stearn                        
                            [dob] => 1929-10-28T00:00:00-07:00
                            [dod] => 2022-06-17T00:00:00-07:00
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                            [obitlongte] => Beverly Ann Stearn, 92, peacefully passed away in her sleep at her home in Scottsdale Arizona, on Friday evening June 17, 2022.
She leaves behind two children, her son Harlan and her daughter Tina, along with her two grandchildren Ehan and Emily.
Beverly had many interest throughout her life, they ranged from art, food, fashion, animals and social justice.
She was a founding member of Another Mother for Peace in the late 1960's, which peacefully stood for resistance against war and violence.
Though her family was her main focus in life, she would do anything for anyone.  She was selfless to a fault, never looking for credit, only looking for solutions.
Beverly will be dearly missed by not only her children, grandchildren, extended family, but by her countless friends as well.
Service's were held on Friday, June 24th at Hillside Memorial Park in Los Angeles.
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