Janeva "Jan" Gregory
Jan Gregory, 79, died Sept.
21, 2009, from lymphoma. Janeva
Gregory was born on Nov. 28, 1929, in the small town of
Ashland, Louisiana, where her
identical twin sister still lives
She married Dave Gregory
from Albany CA in 1953 and
came to California in 1954. They
just celebrated their 56th wedding
anniversary. Pleasanton has
been their home since 1966.
Jan worked for the Pleasanton
School district for 29 years. She
was the secretary at Vintage Hill
School for 25 years.
Jan's husband and children
were with her at the time of her
passing. Family was very important
to Jan. She was a wonderful,
loving mother, grandmother and
great-grandmother. Jan was an
avid sports spectator. She loved
her gardening, going to plays,
and vacation cruises. Jan was a
gentle and loving woman and she
will be greatly missed.
Jan is survived by her husband
Dave and children, David and
Bobby Gregory, Steve and Mindy
Gregory, Scott Gregory, Janann
Jarvis, and Julie Hamilton. She
has 12 grandchildren and 5 great-
The service well be on Sun.,
Oct. 4 at 2:00 pm at Graham-
Hitch Mortuary, 4167 First St.,
Family and friends are invited
to attend a memorial service for
Jim Dimmick, a long time Livermore
resident. His memorial will
be held at 2pm, Sunday, October
18, 2009, at First Congregational
United Church of Christ, 2000
Humboldt St, Santa Rosa, CA,
(Corner Humboldt and Silva).
Jim died in his sleep the morning
of September 10, 2009, in
the company of his wife
and daughters. He chose to donate
his body to the UCSF
Willed Body Program for the
benefit of medical studies.
Donations can be sent in Jim’s
honor to either Sonoma County
Wildlife Rescue (memo: Avian
Rescue), P.O. Box 448, Cotati,
CA 94931, or Sonoma County
Radio Amateurs (memo: mentor
fund), P.O. Box 116, Santa Rosa,
Diane Marie Dibble
Diane Marie Dibble was born
March 31, 1944 in St. Louis, MO,
to Robert and Inez Earl and entered
into rest March 23, 2009 in
Diane was born and raised in
St. Louis, MO. and attended
Cleveland High School. She
moved to California with her parents
and sister in 1962. Diane
married Russ Dibble in 1964.
They began their family a year
later. She enjoyed traveling,
camping, listening to music, and
spending time with her family
and friends. Diane was a devoted
and doting wife, mother, sister,
and grandmother and a dear
friend and confidant to many;
she will be deeply missed.
Diane is survived by her husband
of 45 years Russ Dibble, son
and daughter-in-law Stephen and
Laurie Dibble of Rocklin, CA,
daughter Katherine Junnila of
Walnut Creek, CA, sister Cynthia
Earl and her family of Ceres, CA,
brother and sister-in-law Kenneth
and Linda Earl and their family
of Nashville, TN, and her 5 grandchildren.
A Catholic Chapel Blessing
was held Monday, March 30 in
Arrangements by Callaghan
Peter Tololi died March 24,
2009. He was born July 1, 1972.
He was a resident of Tracy.
Pete was a devoted husband,
father, and friend to be missed by
many. He enjoyed being a loving
father and spending time
with his children. Anyone who
met Pete, quickly grew to love
his dynamic personality and
warm spirit. He was truly a loyal
He is remembered by his
many friends for always being
there in good times and in bad.
He enjoyed going to Raiders
games with his wife, kids, and
friends and golfing on Sundays
with his father. His friendship,
personality and BBQ will be forever
remembered by many
friends, families, and fellow Raiders
Pete is survived by his wife of
2 ˝ years Lisa Tololi, his children
Peter Jr. (16), Rocco (18
months), and daughter Liana (3
months); his loving parents, Bill
and Kathy Tololi; his siblings
Rachel Tololi, William Tololi,
Lima Tii, and Naomi Laban; his
Aunt Theresa and many nephews,
nieces, cousins, and friends;
his mother and father-in-law
Bruce and Becky Robinson. All
who were in his life were family
Memorial services were held
Tuesday March 31, 2009 at the
Robert Livermore Community
Center, 4444 East Ave. He was
laid to rest at the Memorial Gardens
Cemetery, 3873 East Ave
following the service. Celebration
of his life continued immediately
following at the Robert
Livermore Community Center.
In lieu of flowers please make
donations to The Peter Tololi
Memorial Fund at Uncle Credit
Union a/c 2241788.
Arrangements by Callaghan
Michael A. Corniola
Michael "Mike" A. Corniola
died March 27, 2009. He was
born Nov. 20. 1931 and grew up
in Oakland, CA.
He served two years in the
army during the Korean conflict,
earning two Bronze Stars. During
his life, he loved to hunt and
just spend time with his family.
He especially loved hearing his
wife play the piano and listening
to Italian music.
He is survived by his wife of
58 years, Gloria, his children
Carla Nuccio of Brentwood and
Nick Corniola of Discovery Bay;
Sebastiano, Krista and Nicole,
nieces Doreen and Janice
Corniola, great-nephews Nico
and Marco and great-niece Noel.
Mike is resting in peace with his
parents, brother and beloved
Friends and family are invited
to a funeral service at 11 a..m. on
Thurs., April 2 at Graham-Hitch
Mortuary, 4167 First St., Pleasanton.
Burial will follow at Holy
Sepulchre Cemetery, Mission
Geneva Faith Haynes
Livermore resident and California
native Geneva Haynes, age
85, died peacefully on Sunday
March 22, 2009.
Her youth was spent in
Ridgefield, WA, where she graduated
from Rainer Vista High
School before returning to California.
As the loving wife of Robert
Haynes, they made their home
in Hayward, CA, where they
raised her sons, John and Steve.
Geneva moved to Livermore in
1998. Geneva loved music,
played the organ and had a beautiful
singing voice. She was
multi-talented, enjoyed crafts,
cooking, sewing, and crocheting.
Geneva enjoyed watching
sports as a Raiders and A’s season
The friends and family
Geneva leaves behind will miss
her happy, caring, generous nature.
The family thanks Silver
Oaks Manor for their tender care
of Geneva the last years of her
life. Memorial contributions
may be made to The Alzheimer’s