By Mike Hazlip–Longtime Citrus Heights resident Ann Ragland Bowns, known for her creativity and dedication to art education, passed away on April 17. She was 86. Bowns’ granddaughter, Betsy Bowns, described her grandmother as a talented artist and a “force of nature.” “Anyone who knew her, could tell you she didn’t give a damn what[Read More…]
Anna May Dill passed away peacefully on April 17, 2020 at age 88.
Carl Frederick Haussmann, co-owner of Adventure Sports – Kayak City in Citrus Heights, passed away on Oct. 28 after a year-long battle with cancer. He was 56…
Paul Edward Lorenzen was born in Minnesota, July 8th, 1935 to Della Bessie and William August Lorenzen. He was one of 7 children. His mother died tragically when he was 16 and he was raised by his father for the remainder of his childhood.
Gordon Cook, owner of Citrus Heights Saw & Mower at 7238 Auburn Blvd. near Sylvan Corners passed away May 18, 2019, surrounded by his family, following a long illness and struggle with dementia. He was born in January 1935 in Lansing, Michigan. His family moved to the Sacramento area in[Read More…]
Mary “Tat” Elizabeth Catherine Robinson passed peacefully on March 28, 2019, in Roseville, California. Born December 15, 1922, in Sacramento to Guy Phillip Van Maren and Iva Mae Whitsell.