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Date: Friday, 21 November 2014, at 1:14 a.m.

Rex Lambert
Livermore resident Rex Lambert
Passed away suddenly on
July 31, 2010. He was born July
5, 1952 in Lincoln, Nebraska.
He is survived by his two
sons, Chance Lambert and Dustin
Lambert of Longview, Washington;
daughter Naomi Lambert of
Georgia, brothers James Lambert,
San Ramon, Gregory Lambert,
Citrus Heights and sister Jill
Klug, Florida.
Rex was a kind quiet man,
willing to help anyone in need.
His family and many friends will
miss him. Rex was an expert
welder. He worked as an independent
contractor for Chevron
for many years and had his
own welding rig. Most recently
he purchased a new truck and
welding rig establishing his own
company “Perfect Circle Welding,”
specializing in fabrication
and pipelines. His great love was
music; he was an excellent base
guitar player, playing and singing
in several local bands, writing his
own music.
Celebration of life will be
held Friday September 10, 2010
at 11:00 am at Cornerstone Fellowship
in Livermore.
Arrangements by Callaghan

Clark C. Akin, Jr.
Clark C. Akin, Jr. died Sept.
3, 2010. Born in Klamath Falls,
Oregon, on Feb. 21, 1943, Clark
spent the last 25 years in the Bay
Area, residing in Oakley for the
last 11 years.
He was a retired machinist
who loved riding his Harley, fishing,
camping, playing dominoes,
and above all, spending time with
his family. He is survived by
his four children: Ryan, Jolene,
Shawna, and Lindsey; his two
sisters Delores Church and Donnie
Welden, along with many
nieces, nephews and friends. He
was deeply loved by his family
and will be greatly missed.
A Celebration of Life Service
will be held on Friday, September
10, 2010 at 2:00pm at
Callaghan Mortuary, 3833 East
Ave, Livermore. Reception will
immediately follow the service
at the family home. Preferred
parking for motorcycles.

Rosenda “Rose” Halog
Pleasanton resident Rosenda
“Rose” Cataga Halog died of
complications related to lupus on
April 1, 2008.
She was born March 1, 1922.
She touched the lives of many
with her vivacious spirit and
compassionate soul. Prior to her
illness, she was an active member
of St. Augustine Catholic
Church and the American Legion
Women’s Auxiliary. She enjoyed
sports and gardening. She loved
She is survived by her husband
“Dionisio “Danny” Halog;
children Tessie, Virginia, Linda,
Donnie and Ron; and grandchildren
Richard, Rosie and Anthony.
A prayer vigil is planned for
6:30 p.m. on Fri., April 11 and a
memorial service at 10 a.m. Sat.,
April 12, both at St. Augustine,
3999 Bernal Ave., Pleasanton.
Arrangements by Graham-
Hitch Mortuary.

Richard Allan Ferguson
Richard Allan Ferguson was
born August 30, 1929 in New
York and entered into rest on
March 23, 2008.
He was a resident of Dublin.
Richard grew up in Gold Hill,
Oregon and graduated from Gold
Hill High in 1947. He attended
the University of Oregon for two
years where he received his BA
in education. He served in the
U.S. Air Force from 1950-1951.
He moved to Dublin in 1965
where he was a soccer and Little
League coach for two years. He
particularly enjoyed trips to the
He is survived by his sons and
daughters-in-law Donald and
Tammy Ferguson of Manteca and
Rich and Deanna Ferguson of
Dublin; daughter Kimberly
Ferguson of Redding; sister
Carma Lanford of Mercer Island,
WA, and grandchildren Joey
Ferguson, Sam Ferguson and
Hannah Ferguson. He was preceded
in death by his wife, Jeanne
Ferguson in 2005.
Arrangements by Callaghan

Dorothy Swift Bearse
Dorothy Swift Bearse was
born the youngest of eight children
in Cotuit, MA on Sept 23,
1914 to Osborne W. and Geneve
Crosby Bearse. She died March
31, 2008 in Livermore..
“Dot’, as she liked to be
called, graduated from
Bridgewater State Teachers College
and taught in the Barnstable
schools until she married Irving
W. Bearse of Hyannis in June
1938. They subsequently lived
in Providence, RI, Charleston, SC
and to Decatur GA. She moved
to Oak Ridge, TN in 1992 and to
Livermore in 2006.
In 1953 she and a co-owner
established a private kindergarten.
She operated the kindergarten
until 1961 and then taught
first grade in the DeKalb County
School System until retiring in
Throughout her life she participated
in church, school and
community activities. She enjoyed
playing golf, sewing and
traveling to such places as Portugal,
India, Turkey, and Greece.
Her husband, Irving Bearse
died in 1985. She is survived by
three children; Jane Everett
(Roger), Livermore, CA, William
Bearse (Karen) Bethlehem, PA
and Nancy Vanderlan (John)
Clinton, TN. Her six grandchildren,
Julie Mello, Jill Hornbeck,
Billy Bearse, Kevin Bearse, Scott
Vanderlan, and Michael
Vanderlan. Great-grandchildren
are: Kendall Hornbeck, Katelyn
Hornbeck, Ryan Hornbeck,
Courtney Mello and Justin
Burial will be in Oak Grove
Cemetery, Hyannis, MA. No services
are planned.

Joseph C. Lagomarsino
A Livermore native and veteran
of World War II, passed away
at his home on March 30, 2008,
at the age of 91.
He is survived by his wife
Martha, son Mark, daughter
Edith Van Huss, sisters Teresa
Wiedemann and Erma Fechter,
and brother John Lagomarsino.
Another brother, Robert, preceded
him in death.
Services will be private. In
lieu of flowers, donations may be
made to Hope Hospice; 6500
Dublin Blvd., #100; Dublin, CA

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