The Cambrian

Obituaries

After a determined battle with Multiple Myeloma, Jody F. Fueyo died at the age of 60 on Tuesday, Aug. 14, 2012.

Jody loved travel, music, her family and friends — she touched so many lives with her deep sensitivity, love and compassion.

Born in New York, Jody grew up in Brooklyn and, in part, the San Fernando Valley of California and attended W.S. Hart High School.

She later attended California State University Los Angeles for both her bachelor’s and master’s degrees.

Jody married David Franco shortly after college. Although divorced, they continued to have a wonderful and supportive relationship throughout her life.

Making her mark on the world of human resources, Jody worked for Arco, Microsoft, The Paul Allen Company, Amazon.comand Starbucks Coffee Company.

The accomplishment for which Jody was most proud is her amazing daughter, Gabrielle Alise Fueyo Aura, who currently lives in Central California with her husband, Ryan and dogs Breeze and Davey.

Jody asked us to recognize Elahe Mostaghel for her medical contributions as her cousin and oncologist at Fred Hutchinson Cancer Care Alliance, and sister, Vicky Fueyo, who courageously donated stem cells.

Jody’s passing was served in that transition by her daughter, Gabrielle, and members of the Abiding in Radiance Fellowship, founded by her spiritual teacher Nicholas Rivero, in whose Ashram she lived for the last several years.

Jody requested any donations (blood or monetary) be made to The Red Cross, or The Multiple Myeloma Organization through http://myeloma.org/Main.action

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Jerry Bean

Jerry Bean was a kind and witty man. He was happiest when he was with his family and friends, working on a project to build a fireplace, repairing a car or playing a round of golf.

He was born and raised in Southern California in a big family.

Jerry met his wife of 56 years, Carol, at Mount San Antonio College in Walnut, Calif. They enjoyed a long European honeymoon while Jerry served in the U.S. Army in Germany from 1956 to 1957.

For the greatest part of his working career, Jerry was a salesman of capital equipment in the circuit board industry.

After he retired to his beloved village of Cambria, he appreciated walking through the forest and by the sea and reveling in nature's magnificence.

He drove patients for Cambria’s Anonymous Neighbors and played with the CARGA golf group.

Jerry passed away Saturday, Aug. 25, 2012, at Sierra Vista Regional Medical Center. He will be sorely missed by all who knew and treasured him.

Jerry is survived by his loving wife, Carol; two sons, Daniel (Linda) and Cameron (Penny Ann); six grandchildren; five great-grandchildren; three brothers and three sisters; and many loving nieces and nephews.

At Jerry’s request, there will be no service.

The family requests that in lieu of flowers, donations in Jerry's name be made to Cambria’s Anonymous Neighbors or a charity of your choice.

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Eva “Eve” Redwood

Eve Redwood passed away Sunday, Aug. 26, 2012, in Morro Bay.

Eve was a native Californian, born in February 1916 in National City. After she retired from the corporate world in Southern California, she moved with her husband, Jim Redwood, to Cambria in 1975.

They purchased their dream home, with a view of the Pacific Ocean, and opened Redwood Realty, which they operated for 30 years.

Eve was very active in the Cambria community and tried to make it a good place to live. She was a very energetic lady and made a positive impact in all of her endeavors.

Eve is survived by her daughter and son-in-law, Eva and Bob Chavez; two grandchildren Jana and Mark; four great-grandchildren Nicholas, Anthony, Brian and Karime; and many nieces and

nephews. Her husband, Jim, predeceased Eve in January 2007.

Eve once said, “when I de-

cide to cash in my chips, no one will have to write my Epitaph as I have already written it.” The following Epitaph was written by Eve on June 25, 1970.

“She endeavored to brighten the path she traveled. It was not a straight path— but one with many trails leading off into beautiful areas of activities, friendships, knowledge, happiness—with a few tears — raindrops to refresh and renew. She has only slipped off into sleep, only to awaken as she has with each breaking of the dawn throughout her time on this worldly planet.”

At Eve’s request, there will be no service, and her ashes will be scattered at sea.

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