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Catherine Addé April 23, 2013 at 09:51 pm
What a lovely person Sonia was! I' know I'm not alone in saying I will miss her positive outlook,Read More beaming eyes, and kind service with a smile. Thoughts and prayers go out to her family and her Taylor's Market family. Thank you, Glenda Vanni, for all you have done to rally support for Sonia when she needed it the most.
Bette Solomon April 24, 2013 at 12:38 pm
Lovely obituary, Glenna. Sonia touched so many lives here in Sierra Madre. Thanks for sharing theRead More details - it is so sweet that she was able to be at home instead of County. Her girls are lovely young women, and were able to help care for her. May those who loved her know of the Lord's peace in their loss.
Ron Cooper April 24, 2013 at 03:40 pm
My condolences to Sonia's daughters and family. Her smile was always a ray of sunshine on a cloudyRead More day. Her beautiful spirit will be missed. Thanks for this posting, Dan!
Stephen November 3, 2011 at 03:33 pm
David and Peggy Did were not the founders of Lucky-Baldwins. A guy by the name of Dun started it onRead More Union street in Old Town Pasadena in the early 80's .It was a deli that sold beer and wine. Then he sold it to a guy named Grabvic in1991 who had it for a year, Then he sold it in 92 to Gail & Judah Casburn (who now own& run the Altadena ale house). The Casburns moved it to 17 south Raymend in1995 and turned it into a british pub.Then they sold it to David & Peggy in1997!
Stephen November 3, 2011 at 04:06 pm
David and Peggy are NOT the founders of Luckey Baldwins! A guy named Dun started it up on Union andRead More Arroyo parkway in the early eighties,It was a deli that sold beer and wine.Dun then sold it to some guy named Grabvic, who had the place for one year.He then sold it to Gail & Judah Casburn (who now own The Altadena Ale House) in 1992,they moved it to 17 south raymond ave in Old Town Pasadena and turned it into a British Pub. Thay are the one's who started the "British pub" part at Lucky Baldwins The Casburns then sold to David,his wife ann & Peggy in 96. This is all in the public record. You can look it up.
Dianne Spaulding April 21, 2012 at 09:07 pm
Dear Matt: this was an excellent piece which I ran across looking for my high school friend FranRead More Hart. I remember her father well and all the safari memorabilia in her home. Your article resonated very profoundly for me. Is there a way you can tell her she has old friends looking for her? I know this may be an irregular request but if you can I would love to reconnect with her. I can be reached at dianne@nonprofithousing.org and my name is Dianne (Grobman) Spaulding. Thanks so much!
Teri January 26, 2013 at 09:07 am
Matt, I just found this article...very interesting. My father, John Corlett Hart, was the son ofRead More Edwin G. Hart. Thank you for writing. I loved reading about our history.
Matthew Langevin May 2, 2013 at 06:34 pm
Wow please email me lbcmatt@aol.com my name is matthew Langevin my father was Denis j Langevin andRead More his mother maxine b. hart aka "tootie" she was maried to Chester Langevin but she had an Afair with her sisters husband Donald l Martig. I have never meet anyone from my fathers side
Robin Evans September 25, 2011 at 09:17 pm
Bill was loved by so many Sierra Madre residents! He will be greatly missed.
Cathy Allor Ryman February 16, 2014 at 11:08 am
he will be missed, the allor families
D Shelley April 6, 2012 at 02:44 am
As a sometime frequenter of both the restaurant and the ski area, it was interesting to hear aboutRead More the history and the man behind them. One question though. What's a "toe rope"? Ouch!!! Isn't it "rope tow"?....like a rope that tows you to the top?
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