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Obituaries of Dallas Natives in Los Angeles Newspapers
enjoys at Mammoth Lakes. He shared a
great love of Hawaii with his wife. They
visited Hawaii often, and were planning
another trip this fall. He was an avid tennis
player, as well as eagerly participating in
any sport. He was looking forward to once
again being able to hike, bike, and play his
beloved tennis without pain. He truly lived
life to its fullest, enjoying it with a great
sense of humor. He will be greatly missed.
A memorial service will be held at Forest
Lawn Mortuary in Glendale at the Church of
the Recessional at 2:00 PM on Friday, July
In lieu of flowers, the family suggests
contributions to the Nature Conservancy of
Hawaii or California, or the Los Angeles
Times Summer Camp fund.
Los Angeles Times, 10 July 2002
HANBURY, Harry H.(74)
Of Thousand Oaks, passed away on July 6,
2002. Harry was born on April 12, 1928 in
Dallas, TX and was raised in Palm Springs
where he graduated from Palm Springs High
School in 1947. He then attended UCLA
where he attained his bachelors degree in
business in 1955. Harry and Virginia loved
to visit British Columbia where they owned
a summer home and Harry could participate
in his favorite activity-fishing. He was also
an avid golfer and enjoyed visiting local as
well as country-wide courses.
Harry leaves behind his wife of 19 years
Virginia; his son Michael and Gemma, and
their children Michael Jr. and Mariel, and
his daughter Julia and Ronald Burns and
their son Ryan. He also leaves behind his
step-son James and Connie Cox, and
children Cody and Virginia, and step
daughter Terri Brent Carruth and their
children Cory, Catrina, Brittany, Kimberly
and Andrew. Harry also leaves behind his
sister Helene Rankin and her children
Suzanne and Sandy.
A funeral service will be held on Friday,
July 12, 2002 at 11:00 am at Pierce Brothers
Valley Oaks Chapel, Westlake Village (818)
In lieu of flowers contributions can be made
in Harry's name to the American Cancer
Society 800) ACS-2345.
Los Angeles Times, 31 August 2002
McCULLOCH, Sara Ratcliffe
Died August 19, 2002. She was born April
7, 1928 in Dallas, TX, graduated from the
Highland Park School System and Southern
Methodist University in 1949 with a BS in
Business. She was a member of the Sigma
Kappa Sorority. She was a five-year resident
of Boulder City, NV after spending the prior
45 years in California.
She is survived by her son Archibald III, of
Palos Verdes, CA, her daughters Lisa of
Mountain View, CA and Laurie of Boulder
City, NV: eight grandchildren and two
After cremation, the burial service will be at
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