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Saturday in Laguna Woods Village Clubhouse 3, Room 2, 23822 Avenida Sevilla, Laguna Woods. Cindy, who served as city editor of the Coastline Pilot for nearly eight years, died last month after battling pancreatic cancer for the past year. She was 60. The park is part of an 11,000 acre greenbelt that includes several Laguna Beach open space sites.
December 24, 2004
Nanielle Nancy Devereaux Nanielle Nancy Devereaux of Laguna Beach died Dec. 13 at the South Coast Medical Center. She was 57. Ms. Devereaux, a 30 year Laguna Beach resident, was a mental health counselor in the community. Ms. Devereaux is survived by her brothers, Stephen and Michael. Memorials may be sent to the family c/o McCormick and Son Mortuary. Services were held at the Laurel Hill Cemetery in Eugene, Ore. Mary Molly Millard Mary Molly Millard of Laguna Beach died Dec.
May 7, 2004
Vivian Parsons Hull Former Laguna Beach resident Vivian Parsons Hull died April 30 after a long illness. Ms. Hill grew up in Oklahoma and graduated in 1934 with a degree in English from the University of Oklahoma, where she was president of her sorority, Gamma Phi Beta, and Band Queen. She taught school for several years in Omaha,
Neb. Baker Irene S. Baker of Laguna Beach died.
October 8, 2004
Irene S. Baker Irene S. Baker of Laguna Beach died Oct. 5 after a short illness. She was 83. Mrs. Baker was a 16 year resident of Laguna Beach. She worked as a clerical assistant at McDonnell Douglas for 25 years. Mrs. Baker is survived by her son Richard of Thousand Oaks and a daughter, Susan Baker, of San Juan Capistrano. Interment will take place at Woodlawn Cemetery in Santa Monica. Marion Cecilia Kramer Marion Cecilia Kramer of Laguna Beach died Oct. June 6 in the outdoor Rose Garden of the Hotel Laguna, 425 So. Coast Hwy., with Luther Hughes and the Cannonball/Coltrane Project. Former bassist to the late Gene Harris, Luther Hughes recreates the music of the great Cannonball Adderly and John Coltrane. The group will perform original arrangements from “Live in Chicago,” as well as other classic tunes by Cannonball and Coltrane.’Follies,’ ‘Annie,’ ‘Woods’ dot No Square’s new season
Tom Titus The hit musicals “Follies,” “Annie Warbucks” (the sequel to “Annie”) and “Into the Woods” will be in town during the 2003 04 season but only briefly, and in three separate locations. Laguna Beach’s No Square Theater company has these shows on the calendar for the coming season. However, each is scheduled for only three days of performance, so you’d better get your reservations in soon. “Follies,” with music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim, will kick off the No Square season Aug.