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SUTTON, RITA C. In this city November 20, 2001. Beloved wife of John Sutton. Loving mother of Mary Lindsey. Mother in law of Daryl Lindsey. Sister of Ray Conner, Jane Merkel, Mary Craig, Pat Borree & Cecilia Spalletta. Loving grandmother of Sierra & Hunter. Friends are welcome to attend a rosary Sunday November 25, 2001 at 3:00 P.M. in NICOLETTI, CULJIS & HERBERGER 5401-Folsom Blvd. A mass will be held for the repose of her soul Monday at 10:00 A.M. in All Hallows Parish 5501-14th Ave. Internment St. Mary's Cemetery.

DOLORES R. Born June 6, 1928 in Baldwin, New York. Passed away peacefully at her home in Eugene, Oregon on October 31, 2001. Dolores is survived by her children, Timothy Totten of Sacramento, and Teresa Hood of Eugene, OR. Also survived by her grandson, Max; brother, Bernard McLean; and several nieces and nephews. A celebration of her life will be held on Friday, November 30, 2001 at 1:30pm at the Rancho Cordova Recreation Center, 2197 Chase Dr., Rancho Cordova. Family and friends are welcome to attend. In lieu of flowers, Dolores would prefer donations be made to the Sacramento County Public Library system. She will be greatly missed by all who had the pleasure of knowing her.

DARROW, LESLIE L. Born April 3, 1919 in Stockton. Peacefully passed away in Sacramento, November 19, 2001 at the age of 82. Devoted husband for 53 years to Marie Darrow. Loving father of Leslie Darrow, Kenneth Darrow, daughter-in-laws Kathy & Janene Darrow. Adoring grandfather of 4 and uncle of 4. Preceded in death by his parents Leslie Lamont Sr. & Elizabeth Darrow, brother Delmar Lawrence Darrow, sisters Lesta Grace Travel & Henrietta Hewlett Koster. Leslie was an active member of Grace Evangelical Free Church for many years and a longtime member of Christian Business Men's Association. He also served in World War II in the Philippines. Family and friends are welcome to attend Visitation Sunday, November 25, 2001, from 12-5PM Monday, November 26, 2001 from 9AM-8PM and Funeral Services Tuesday, November 27, 2001 at 2PM. AU services will be held at SOUTH EAST LAWN MORTUARY, 9189 E. Stockton Blvd., Elk Grove. Interment will immediately follow. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to Grace Evangelical Free Church, 9766 Waterman Rd. Suite F, Elk Grove, CA 95624.

Monica Erna Kakies

Monica Kakies escaped Nazis, taught children

Monica Erna Kakies, a longtime Sacramento resident who ran a private nursery school, died at her home Wednesday after a lengthy illness.

Mrs. Kakies was 94.

Erna Mros was born in Hamburg, Germany to a working-class family on Dec. 25, 1906. She changed her first name to Monica when she became a naturalized American citizen.

Despite suffering bouts of depression throughout her life, she was a warmhearted and generous woman who lived by the motto "Never say never" and pulled herself up by her own bootstraps countless times, said her son, Franklin John Kakies of Sacramento.

"She was a remarkable person," he said.

Trained as a kindergarten teacher, Mrs. Kakies received a scholarship to attend a small rural college in Germany where she studied political thought. She was active in the underground resistance movement in Germany in the 1930s, her son said.

"It was dangerous to speak out. You put your life on the line," he said.

A marriage of convenience with an Austrian citizen enabled Mrs. Kakies to leave Germany for Vienna. When she fled Germany, there was an arrest warrant for her because of her political activities. She was arrested in Austria for smuggling propaganda against the Nazis, and left the day she was released from jail. She fled on foot from Paris the day the Nazis marched into that city, her son said.

Franklin Kakies said both his mother and father, Mrs. Kakies' future second husband, Hans Max Kakies, escaped time and time again.

"What seemed like a miracle happened, and they were snatched from the jaws of fate," he said.

In each country, Mrs. Kakies worked with fellow resistance members to speak out against the Nazis.

She escaped through the south of France to Portugal. In 1941, she arrived in New York City, where her Austrian husband had settled. She moved to Reno to get a divorce, her son said.

In Reno, she worked as caretaker and governess for a wealthy family who gave her money to hire a lawyer to free Hans Kakies, then her fiance. He had been jailed in Cuba on suspicion of being a Nazi and faced deportation to Germany.

The two, who had met while working in the resistance movement, married in 1942. During World War II, they worked in Washington, D.C., where Mrs. Kakies was a teacher at the Sidwell Friends School.

After the war, they lived in Colorado, where her husband was awarded a Ph.D. in psychology from the University of Colorado at Denver. The family moved to California in 1949 when Hans Kakies got a job with the California Youth Authority.

In 1953, they moved from Ione to Sacramento. Mrs. Kakies stayed home raising her son until her husband died in 1957.

In the early 1960s, she opened a private nursery school, Happy Corner Nursery School, that drew the children of politicians, as well as children from middle- and working-class families. The school operated for 13 years before Mrs. Kakies retired.

"She believed strongly in encouraging young children to be creative and open-minded," her son said.

Mrs. Kakies was an avid reader, and loved theater and vacations by the sea.

Along with her son, survivors include sister Alida Meyer, niece Doris Rabe and nephew Reiner Meyer, all of Germany.

A memorial service, to feature a Christmas tree, will be scheduled at a later date. Interment will be at the Golden Gate National Cemetery in San Bruno next to her husband.

TRAWN, WESLEY HOWARD Born June 15, 1918, Tulia, Texas. Died November 19, 2001, Sacramento, California. Son to William Harve Strawn and Lula Mae Childress, Kennandale, Texas. Brother to Eutha Mae "Siser", Ruth "Booth", Marguerite "Wheat", Lois "Muggs", and Harvey Lou "Snookey" Strawn. Uncle to Harvey Rae, Alfred Beryl, Carol, William Harvey, Donald, and Stewart Hamblen. Uncle to John William and Mary Sue Scoggan. Uncle to Jo Ann Strawn. Uncle to Jane Alice and James Ellis Curry. Husband to Gladys K. Martinez. Father to Wesley Howard Strawn, Jr., and Glenn Andrew Strawn. Grandfather to Marcus A. Strawn, Joshua Howard Strawn, & Yvonne Stevens. Great-Grandfather to Julian Stevens and Skylar Strawn. Born to a hardworking, dry-dirt farmer in the panhandle of Clarendon, Texas. Growing up on black-eyed peas and cornbread, always going to bed wanting more to eat. Working from before Dawn to long after Dusk. Walking to school barefoot with shoes over the shoulder, putting them on only to go into class. Graduate of Clarendon High School, and star player on the football team. Graduate of Texas Tech University with major in agriculture with specialty in cheese. Joined the Army Air Force after graduation in June 1940. Married Gladys K. Martinez of Salinas, California in August 1942. Captain of a B-25 "Billy Mitchell" bomber. Decorated war hero at the Battle of Cape Waios, off the coast of New Guinea June, 1944. The Americans were fiercely contesting for the island of Biak, when the Japanese High Command mounted the Kon offensive to counter-attack the Americans, sending two cruisers and six destroyers loaded with troops. The Americans were taken by surprise, and the only available force was the 17th Tactical Recon Squadron consisting of 10 B-25'S, the 9th wing piloted by Captain Strawn of the Miss Cue. These were sent out against the Combined Japanese Fleet in what amounted to a suicide mission. The 17th Squadron found the fleet off the coast of Cape Waios and attacked. The anti-aircraft fire was so intense that the sky was darkened as the squadron flew in. Major Tennille, leader of the squadron, was hit, and went down as did two other planes. Captain Strawn attacked the destroyer Harusame, scored a direct hit, and sank it. Three other destroyers were also damaged and left in sinking condition. Of ten planes, seven returned and they were so badly damaged with many crew members maimed and dead, that the Squadron was taken out of action to reform. But the counter attack by the 17th Squadron forced the retreat of the Imperial Navy and raised the siege of Biak, saving untold American lives. After the war, Mr. Strawn settled in San Jose and went into the Theatre business, opening the first Drive-in Theatre in Sacramento in 1950, the Skyview Drive-in. He became a leader in the business and was credited with such innovations as Jackpot Night, Free Passes in the popcorn bags, $1 a carload admission, and the Dusk to Dawn all night movies. He also fed a large flock of wild seagulls who would fly in from the coast everyday. They would sit on the top of the screen, and wait for Mr. Strawn. When they saw his truck approaching, they would start circling and then congregate around him at the snack bar where he would feed them. Mr. Strawn loved all sorts of animals, and would take in strays, even an occasional human. He fed all who came to his door, and never refused his help to anyone who might ask. Mr. Strawn was also a self-taught master woodworker & craftsman, who made fine quality furniture and grandfather clocks. Many of his works are in Sacramento area homes. Mr. Strawn did not believe in funerals. He has requested that no services or viewing be conducted over his body in any way and that it be simply cremated. He said, "I have never attended a funeral in my life, and I am not about to start with my own". The family requests that anyone who feels the need to do something in his name, do so for his two favorite charities, The Salvation Army or the Sacramento SPCA. When asked what his last words should be to all those who still remain, he said "The secret of life is to be happy, but, you know, there sure are a lot of people working overtime at making themselves unhappy."

SULLIVAN, DIANA A. Born in Kettle River, MN, on December 5th, 1934, Diana left this plane on November 20th, 2001, Roseville, CA. Beach girl, Daughter of the Earth, Sister of Trees, Grass and Flowers, and Protectress of living things. She leaves behind her husband, five sons, three daughters, nine grandchildren, one great-grandson, her parents, her brother as well as a host of friends. We all loved her dearly, and even though she is sorely missed, she lives on in our memories. Family and friends are invited to participate in a celebration of her life on December 8th, 2001, at 3:00pm, at the family home. W.F. Gormley & Sons, since 1897.

SUTTON, RITA C. In this city November 20, 2001. Beloved wife of John Sutton. Loving mother of Mary Lindsey. Mother in law of Daryl Lindsey. Sister of Ray Conner, Jane Merkel, Mary Craig, Pat Borree & Cecilia Spalletta. Loving grandmother of Sierra & Hunter. Friends are welcome to attend a rosary Sunday November 25, 2001 at 3:00 P.M. in NICOLETTI, CULJIS & HERBERGER 5401-Folsom Blvd. A mass will be held for the repose of her soul Monday at 10:00 A.M. in All Hallows Parish 5501-14th Ave. Internment St. Mary's Cemetery.

TINER, ROCKY ALLEN Rocky was born on June 1st, 1958 in Sacramento, California and passed away November 20, 2001. He grew up on the playing fields of Roseville. Rocky was quite the athlete; he played Little League, Roseville High School baseball and football. His loving family survives him. His wife, soul mate and best friend, Ruth Ann Moore Tiner. Three children Barry and Heather Tiner of Pocatello, Id. and Amy Christensen of Roseville Ca. Three Brothers Mark Tiner of Wilmington, North Carolina, Joe LaTona of Loomis, Ca and Frank LaTona of Phoenix, Az. Two sisters Patti Johle of Sacramento, Ca, Geraldine Tiner of Wilmington, North Carolina and many Aunts, Uncles, Nieces, Nephews and Cousins. Because Rocky never met a stranger he leaves many loving friends. Rocky is preceded in death by his loving parents Lloyd and Ida Tiner. Rocky found ultimate enjoyment in his family. He also enjoyed working on his custom Hot Rods, watching Sprint car races and spending time laughing with family and friends playing dominoes. A service to celebrate his life will be held at Cochrane's Chapel of Roses at 103 Lincoln Street in Roseville Wednesday November 28th at 1:00 p.m. Burial to follow at Roseville Cemetery. Viewing is available Tuesday November 27th at Cochrane's Chapel of Roses. Rocky you will truly be missed by all and never be forgotten.

DOLORES R. Born June 6, 1928 in Baldwin, New York. Passed away peacefully at her home in Eugene, Oregon on October 31, 2001. Dolores is survived by her children, Timothy Totten of Sacramento, and Teresa Hood of Eugene, OR. Also survived by her grandson, Max; brother, Bernard McLean; and several nieces and nephews. A celebration of her life will be held on Friday, November 30, 2001 at 1:30pm at the Rancho Cordova Recreation Center, 2197 Chase Dr., Rancho Cordova. Family and friends are welcome to attend. In lieu of flowers, Dolores would prefer donations be made to the Sacramento County Public Library system. She will be greatly missed by all who had the pleasure of knowing her.

TYRRELL, Katherine R. (Kay) HARTSOUGHT POWELL Born September 9, 1923 in Orland, California. Resided in Sacramento for most of her life. Passed away peacefully on November 22, 2001. Beloved wife of the late James Tyrrell. Survived by son William Powell, daughter in-law Dorothy Powell and sister Virginnia Donaldson of Orland. Preceded in death by son Robert Powell. Grandmother to 3, great grandmother of 2, aunt to many nieces and nephews. Kay will be sadly missed by many friends and neighbors. No Services will be held as per her request. Arrangements in care of LIND BROTHERS MORTUARY CARMICHAEL OAKS CHAPEL, 916-482-8080.

URSENBACK, GRANT Formerly of Fair Oaks, passed away in Idaho Falls, ID, November 20, 2001, a native of Utah, age 92 years. Husband of Alice Wright Ursenback. Father of Jeanne Mattson, Patricia Ursenback Lynne Curtis, Anne Kolle, and Cynthia Glenn. 18 Grandchildren. 12 Great-Grandchildren. Brother of Ruth Browne and Jocile Nielsen and preceded in death by 2 sisters and 6 brothers. Friends are welcome for visitation Sunday, 4-7 PM at PRICE FUNERAL CHAPEL (6335 Sunrise Blvd., 725-2109), and are invited to attend services Monday 10 AM at the CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER-DAY SAINTS, Roseville Stake Center (211 Estates Dr., Roseville) with visitation from 9 AM-9:45 AM. Interment Gridley-Biggs Cemetery.

WEEKS, JACK W. In Sacramento on 11-22-01. Mr. Weeks was born in 1929 in Durant, Oklahoma. He passed away from lung cancer and emphysema. He served in the Army and Air Force for ten years and worked for Delta Trucking Co. & Matheson Trucking Co. for 30 years. He had a wonderful sense of humor and a warm, friendly personality. He is survived by his sisters, Katherine Ogburn of Dalhart, Texas, Evelyn Long and Willie Maude Harvey of Oklahoma City, Rachel Weeks and brother, Dan Weeks of Sacramento, as well as by other loving family members and friends. The services will be held November 27 at 2:00 p.m. at Mt. Vernon Cemetery.

WESTCOT, GEORGE DUANE George D. Westcot passed away quietly, after a long illness, in Citrus Heights Thursday, November 22, 2001. He was 74 years old. Born in Winterset Iowa, son of George and Ella on October 8th, 1927 he was an engineering graduate of the United States Merchant Marine Academy, Kings Point, New York and served as an officer in the US Navy. He joined Aerojet in 1955 as a test engineer in Azusa, Ca. He held a number of executive positions within Aerojet, including President of Graver Energy Systems of East Chicago, and concluded his 34 year career as President of Aerojet Solid Propulsion Company and Gencorp Group Vice President in 1990. A resident of Roseville, he was involved in numerous community organizations, including the Sacramento Safety Council, The United Way, The Navy League and the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics. He is survived by his loving wife of 49 years, Jackie Lord Westcot, three sons, George, Michael, Duane and wife Cathy, two daughters, Patricia and Virginia and husband John Wells, and three grandchildren, John Westcot Wells, Sara Frances Westcot and Jack Robert Westcot. Memorial service will be held 10 AM, Thursday, November 29th at St. Rose Catholic Church, 615 Vine Avenue Roseville, Ca. In lieu of flowers the family requests any contributions be made to the American Cancer Society (800-227-2345).

WOLFE, VIRGIL Born in Iowa. Passed away in Sacramento at the age of 82. Survived by sons Dick (Charlotte) Wolfe of Laguna Beach, CA, David (Jill) Wolfe of Carmichael, and 4 grandchildren. Preceded in death by his wife of 40 years, Florence Faith Wolfe and 7 of his 10 siblings of whom he was the eldest. Virge loved the outdoors, camping, fishing, his dogs & the slot machines. Private Services. Memorials may be made to the SPCA, 6201 Florin-Perkins Rd., Sacramento, CA 95828.

WYATT, ORVEL C. Age 87, passed away in Sacramento, Friday, November 23, 2001. He was the doting and caring father of Betty Wyatt Lewis of Sacramento, an is also survived by special nieces, nephews, and other relatives. A native of Oklahoma, he was a resident of Sacramento since 1956 where he was a finish carpenter until his retirement. He loved gardening and was a skilled woodworker. He was preceded in death by Edna, his wife of 55 years, and son-in-law, David L. Lewis. Friends are welcome for visitation Tuesday, 6 - 8 p. m. at East Lawn Andrews & Greilich Mortuary, 3939 Fruitridge Road, and to attend Funeral Services 2 p.m. Wednesday, November 28th at East Lawn Memorial Park, Folsom Boulevard & 43rd Street.

ADAMS, HAZEL F. Hazel, 58, passed away Saturday, November 17, 2001, due to complications with her health. Mrs. Adams was born on November 22, 1943, in Biloxi, MS, to Oscar and Nancy Fergonise. She was the first sibling to pass away of 2 brothers and 3 sisters. A resident of Sacramento for over 30 years, she was a devoted wife, mother, and grandmother. Her memory will forever be in our hearts, and the ones who had known her. Surviving family members are husband Douglas W. Adams, son Stephen Adams, daughter Denise Adams, and grandchildren Shantel, Douglas and Derrell Carter. Friends are invited to attend Funeral Services on Monday, November 26, at 2:00 PM at South East Lawn Mortuary, 9189 E. Stockton Blvd., Elk Grove, CA 95624. Tears of sorrow, happiness in our hearts looking up at heaven.

ARON, HARRY Professor of Psychology at California State University Sacramento for 45 years, Harry Aron died November 18, 2001. He lived a life devoted to knowledge, poetry, music, art. Born in Mannheim Germany, he immigrated to America arriving March 5, 1935. During WWII, he served along with his brother, Ralph Aron, in the Army Intelligence Unit. After the war he attended U.C. Berkeley on the GI Bill earning his undergraduate and graduate Ph.D degrees. He praised the Bill for the opportunity it offered him and other veterans. He joined the faculty at CSUS in 1955. Among the many outstanding campus activities he was involved in was the founding of the Honors Program. His kindness and generosity in encouraging and helping students succeed and stretch for excellence marked his tenure. He was known for his iconoclastic, poetical, & profound lectures questioning the tenets and uses of psychology. His thinking led him to enfold and connect philosophy and literature to his class discourse and campus lectures and symposiums emphasizing Gertrude Stein, Thomas Szasz, Ludwig Wittgenstein, Michael Foucault. Through his efforts Dr. Szasz spoke several times on campus. When in Paris, professor Aron and his wife, Paula Aron, made contact with the French philosopher and writer, Michael Foucault. He was invited and accepted a speaking engagement at CSUS, adding stature to the University and the culture of Sacramento. Professor Aron's musical interests included a strong liking for contemporary classical music which involved him in writing the album cover for The New Music Ensemble of Davis, and articles for their magazine, Motley. In a partial quote he states: "The New Music Ensemble is at the horizon. Horizons are always out of reach and never understood. They feel strange and they are reached for in distrust. But are looked to. The NME is listened to, and in the listening makes for you at least one horizon a little clearer. Somewhat more understood. And in doing so makes a thousand more horizons. An ACHIEVEMENT." Throughout his life he wrote poetry. He said it best expressed his thoughts and loves: The Snow Is Gone: The winter leaves The grass won't turn And love is all The snow is gone The leaves will come And love is Fall The grasp is full Love is complete The winter leaves The leaves turn red Love is surround The snow is gone Dr. Aron never spoke a word or wrote a sentence or did an act that betrayed his principles and views. His unique qualities will always be loved and remembered in the hearts and minds of his family and friends. Surviving family include his wife of 22 years Paula Paulus Aron of Sacramento; her children, Ethan Aronson of San Francisco, David Aronson of Monson Mass., Anita Cook of Sacramento, Wendy Aronson of Mill Valley, Tina Burt of San Rafael and Susan Aronson of Sacramento; also deeply saddened are his brother, Ralph Aron, and his wife, Liesel Aron of San Francisco; nephews Steven of San Francisco, Donald of Sacramento; and his niece, Claudia of Petaluma. A memorial service will be held at a later time.

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