Friday, August 31, 2018

Jack Kimmins, BHS '65, Passed Away This Week

This morning, Trudie Lombard Hentze emailed:
The following was posted on our BHS 65 Facebook page by Randy Cotter from Jack's Facebook page.

"We've lost another one. Copied from Jack Kimmins page, RIP:
Daddy Jack you are out of pain. We will feel a great loss and pain of our own with your passing but will take comfort in knowing that you no longer will be fighting a painful battle anymore. One day our hearts will heal and the pain we feel will be replaced with only happy memories. I will always love you. I'll miss sending you father's day cards and miss hearing your voice but you'll always stay with me telling me to grow a back bone and get my ass in gear. You are my sun, rock, and inspiration. Thank you for everything you've taught me, but mostly thank you for your love and acceptance."

I know Jack had been battling cancer. Our sincere condolences to his family and friends.

Mary Boriso Jordan
So sorry to hear this....Love and prayers to the family....Rest in peace, Jack...

Carrie Diaz Lathouwers
RIP Jack. My condolences to your family and friends.

Pat Bushman
My condolences to the family. Rest In Peace.

Tammy Klinger
So sad to see more Bulldog Angels! Prayers for his family. God Bless!

Rich Kamins
After 60 years of friendship, I say goodbye to a great guy. My condolences to Jack's family.

Vicki Herrin Fields
Rest in Peace

Linda Silvas
Too many all at once

Deb Helsley Bush
RIP πŸ˜ͺ

Anissa Iverson
What a kind looking man. I'll keep his family and friends in my prayers. ❤

Isabel Trevino

John R Bellomo, BHS '73 (1954-2018)

Caryn Gold posted the following on Facebook and we send our condolences to the Bellomo family...

It is with a lot of emotion that I share the recent passing of a long ago love of my life, And BHS alumni from class of '73.
I'm sure many of you will remember
John joined the U.S. Army after high school and served his country in both the U.S. and Germany as a Mechanical Engineer. Upon discharge from the Army and returning home (to Burbank) is when John and I met and began dating. After being together several years (which even included a surprise proposal and engagement on my 18th birthday), we would end up going our separate ways. Throughout the years I would every so often cross paths with him, or sometimes his parents. We would chat for a bit and catch up with each other's lives. I was aware when John had married and that he and his wife had 2 daughters. I also had learned when his mother had passed away.
It was not until reading his obituary that I knew he also had a son and several grandchildren.
I have nothing but fond, wonderful memories of John and the time of his life that he shared with me. I can definitely say he is another that is gone far too soon.
Rest peacefully Dear John. You will be missed.


John R. Bellomo
October 31, 1954 - July 30, 2018

Lancaster SDA Church
43824 30th St W. Lancaster CA 93536
Monday, August 13, 2018
11:00 am

John Richard Bellomo was born October 31, 1954 at Hollywood Presbyterian Hospital in Hollywood, California. John, his big sister Catherine, and their parents Tom and Joanne Bellomo, settled in Burbank where John attended St Robert Bellarmine grad school and graduated from Burbank High School in 1973. John joined the Armed Forces following high school and served the U.S. Army in the United States and Germany as a Mechanical Engineer. Upon his return to Los Angeles, John began his thirty-five-year career in the automotive industry at what is now know as Century West BMW in North Hollywood and in later years, commuted from Lake Los Angels to the Beverly Hills BMW dealership where he was employed for many years. In 2013, John joined the Century West BMW team in Alhambra where he continued working as a loyal and valued employee until the end of April 2018. John and Kathryn, formerly Kathryn Grace Louis, originally from Minnesota, were married on June 16, 1986 at St. Robert Bellarmine Catholic Church in Burbank. Later the same year, the newlyweds relocated to Lake Los Angeles where the family currently resides. Their marriage produced three beautiful children. In 2005, John's mother, Joanne, preceded him in death and he stayed close to his father, Tom, during this time of bereavement. John was a devoted and loving husband, father, grandfather, son and brother.

A lifelong Dodger baseball fan, John played little league baseball in his early years with his father Tom, the "coach", his sister, the "official" scorekeeper and his mother, Joanne, John's biggest fan, in the stands. He also loved NASCAR and enjoyed watching the races both in person and on his devices. John had an endearing and sensitive heart that drew family and friends to him throughout his lifetime. He was a kind and gentle soul and had a special affection for domestic animals - many animals! Over the years, visitor would likely be greeted by the family of pets who shared the Bellomo home including cats, dogs and "Lovey" the dove.

On Monday evening, July 30, 2018, John entered into rest peacefully, as his home surrounded by his family. John is survived by his devoted wife, Kathryn Grace, children, Chelsea Nicole, Lindsay Michelle, and Michael John, three grandsons, Martin, Timothy Maximus "Max" and Adam, father Tom, sister Catherine, nephew Nicolas and a host of aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces, nephews, loving friends, neighbors and colleagues.

"There are three things that last: Faith, hope and love and the greatest of these is love."
1 Corinthians 13:13

The family of John R. Bellomo wish to express their heartfelt thanks to those who have shared in John's live and extended expressions of love, prayers and words of encouragement. May God bless each of you for your kindness.

Special thanks to Keilana Davis, Pastors Morris Barnes & Adolphus Garnett, the Lancaster SDA Church for hosting and the Valley Crossroads saints for their support & prayers.

Dana Ardizzone O'Neal
OMG I'm so sorry Caryn, I remember John and always thought he was so handsome. Gone way too young! :(

Nadine Aguirre Lujan

Joanne Ramsay Fothergill-Birnbaum
Such a wonderful guy... soar John

John Iversen
Nice Guy I went to Bellermine with him... R.I.P. John

Elaine Elliott

Mike Signorelli
I knew John well hadn't seen him in years and wondered what happen to him. I'm sorry to hear this sad newz, does anyone know what happen to him? May you be in a heavenly place resting in peace John...

Caryn Gold
Mike Signorelli....John's passing was cancer related. That is the extent of what I know.

Mike Signorelli
That sucks! John was a good guy. Im shocked!

Kathy Begley
Very sad.

Dianne Postal-Simmons
Talk to him 5 years ago about the reunion but he didn’t want to go .. Scott dated his sister all through Hs and when we got together she became close to us and her parents always were close to Scott .. funny John and her bought Scott and I sleeping bags for our wedding .. rip in peace so sad so many our age are gone !

Heidi Davenport
Oh wow often wondered what happened to him. One of the guys from Bellarmine.

Julie Williams-Davey
I’m so sorry doll. πŸ™πŸΌ

Waneen Cormier Post-Marks
I'm so sorry Caryn. I remember John. He was a very nice guy. Thoughts and prayers for you and his family.

Vicki Herrin Fields
So sorry, Caryn. I know what you are going through. ❤️πŸ’™

Kathy Begley
John was my brother's best friend. I spoke to him about 10 years ago when he called me out of the blue. We got together a few times but we eventually lost touch. Very sad news. 😞

Caryn Gold
John and his family lived in Lake Los Angeles for many years. Although I shared my personal connection to John (all those many moons ago), my thoughts and prayers go out to his family that survived him. His sister Catherine, father Tommy and his wife Kathryn, their children and grandchildren. I am sad for your loss.

Cinthia Iasparro Reppe
When we lived in the Antelope Valley we were just blocks away from each other and saw him his wife Kathy and at that time his 2 girls. We moved back east 24 years ago and would occasionally see them. I was so sad to see this last month and emailed with Kathy, he was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer in May. We all have fond memories of JB RIP. Xoxo

Pat Bushman
My condolences to the family. Rest In Peace.

Maryellen McMahon
So sad, he always had the most beautiful smile. Hoping that his family has found peace in their memories of his love.

Jeanette Alexander
Wow sis sorry to hear about that! If you recall had it not been fir you 2 guys getting together, Mike and I never would have gotten together and married and had 2 fantastic kids, not to mention 6 beautiful grandkids. I hope you and his family and friends all find peace with his passing! Rip John
Love you Caryn!

Carrie Diaz Lathouwers
So sorry Caryn Gold for your loss. My condolences to you and all his family and friends. RIP John.

Leslie C. Babroff
RIP John remember you from Orange Grove St, Burbank

Jeri Morin Valencia
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Anissa Iverson
I'm so sorry for your loss. Prayers for him and his family. ❤

Deb Helsley Bush
RIP πŸ˜ͺ

Christine Hill
I remember John and Cathy from St. Robert’s. We would walk home from school together. Cathy and l were in the same class. And, such a nice family. Thoughts and prayers to the family.

Thursday, August 30, 2018

Kent Nebeker, BHS '69, Passed Away Recently

Kent Nebeker
10th grade photo from 1967 Ceralbus Yearbook

Today this email from Gary Marca was forwarded to me:
"Subject: Kent Nebeker
Sorry to inform you our friend passed away a couple days ago. I was informed
by Scott Boyd.
No real details.

Classmate and friend. Larry O'Brien wrote:
"Very sad, but not unexpected. He had been in declining health for last few years from dementia."

Kent #41
Back row, standing (L-R): John Price, Tom Kelly, Craig Weber, Craig White, Steve Young, Tim Tolnay, Jay Kelley, Pat Sullivan, Gene Allred. Standing (left): Coach Jack Loutensock. Front row, seated (L-R): Steve Segal, Tim DuBois, Paul Phinney, Kent Nebeker, Greg Clark, Pete Cohen, Dave DeHart and Mgr. Mike.

Kent's brother Rick, BHS '67, passed away in 2010:

From David De Hart
My friend, Kent
I spent a lot of time with Kent growing up, especially around the gym. Our family was close to his. Kent was an incredible athlete; early on, 7th grade perhaps, he had Elgin Baylor moves. He did not possess all of the speed in the world, but he his skills made him a standout playing baseball or throwing touch down passes. He had to be one of my funniest friends. He would entertain and crack us up on many bus rides with his imitations and singing the words to almost any song. Does Herman Hermits ring a bell? He always seemed to be a gentleman as big and powerful as I knew him to be on and off the court. We started together as guards on the basketball team our junior year, so I missed him dearly not playing with him during our senior year as I miss him now, as I reminisce about all of the fun, the laughs and the incredible highlights he provided us playing sports. I am sad Kent left us so soon, but know he will continue to bring kindness and joy to those around him. RIP my friend.

Isabel Trevino

Timothy Zuma Tim Tolnay
One of my closest friends at Muir and BHS. We spent many summers at McCambridge Park honing our basketball skills. He ways always good for a laugh. I remember his favorite line was " geeze Tolnay. I can look at the senior picture shown and tell he was getting ready to say something sarcastic. RIP Nebs.

Larry O'Brien
RIP Kent

Pete Ritchie
Miss you Nebs...

Doug Atzei
Not sure what to make of lately all our classmates leaving us. My heart goes out to everyone! Who would of ever thought I'd still be around, and I never been in a hospital for any illness! I still feel like a kid. I know no one goes without God's doing. If we're all here for a purpose, then I guess when we go, our job is done. I just wonder what God has up his sleeve for me. God bless! πŸ™πŸ½

Edward Levitt
RIP Kent, Tim, I was at McCambridge Park that day seeing Kent make over a hundred free throws in a row...amazing...He was our only classmate that varsity lettered in all our major sports. He was a wonderful person and I was proud to know him at Muir and BHS.

Timothy Zuma Tim Tolnay
Thanks Ed..During 8th 9th and 10th grade summers we were brothers. Kent's brother Rick would keep us out of trouble.

Larry O'Brien
Timothy Zuma Tim Tolnay thank goodness for older brothers

Larry O'Brien
Does Kent have any living relatives?

Timothy Zuma Tim Tolnay
Not that I know of Larry. His Dad died when Kent was very young. His Mom passed just after we graduated from high school and Rick passed a few years back. Gary Marca and Scott Boyd kept in touch with Kent but as the dementia set in they gave up communicating.

Pete Ritchie
Only us brothers...

Steve Raine
Sorry so much sadness among many good memories

Adele Bassett

Marybeth Bell Costanzo
Carl and I are so very sad to hear this news. I am listening to lots of reminiscing and fun stories.

Donna Moore
Oh gosh, that is very sad news indeed. What a great guy πŸ™πŸ»

Marybeth Bell Costanzo

Donna Moore
Marybeth Bell Costanzo 😒

Wendy Adams
I'm with both of you, Marybeth and Donna, esp with respect to the perfectly chosen images - worth a thousand words - that you picked, Marybeth. It's so sad. Kent was a wonderful person who had more difficulty than he deserved, and bore it with grace and humor. And kept the rest of us laughing! A "light spirit": may it fly as gracefully to its resting place as it danced on the wind here.

Nadine Aguirre Lujan

Nancy McNamara Zambrana
Kent was one of the funniest guys! He could always make me laugh. Such fond memories of him. God bless you & Rest In Peace Kent πŸ’™

Dennis Wootton
One good man, he will be missed. I used to play football with his brother.

Joseph Baldino

Jim Flavin
Everyone who knew Kent had a story. Good team mate and good guy.

Susan Rudin
So very sorry to hear this. He looks very familiar ... A friendly face. Losing way too many ... way too soon.

Elaine Elliott

Vicki Herrin Fields
Rest in Peace

Barbara Zelenay Berry
Not liking this.. Nice guy.. RIP Kent.. Your now together with your brother Rick.. Both are the nicest guys!!!!

Penny Jonas Barth
Always feels too young! Prayers for his loved ones.

George Frigerio
no,no, no marca never said anything about this,,, wobs was a little brother to all of us,, rip you're in a better place now \

Tonia Szilagyi Mapston
Gary emailed Timothy I believe!

Timothy Zuma Tim Tolnay
Steve Gordon stayed in touch with Kent to the very end. He called Scott Boyd and Scott called Gary Marca who emailed me and close friends telling of Kent's passing. I then contacted Cathy Palmer....whew!

Pat Bushman
Rest In Peace.

Anita Page

Chris Burke
So sorry to hear of this news. Kent was a good guy with a big heart. RIP Kent.

Steven Severeid
RIP Kent

Betsey Nash
So sorry.

Cathy Brown
So sorry to hear this. 😞

Debbie Torres Brey Bennett
Awww 😒I liked Kent. Went on a date with him once. Made me laugh all night. 😌

Carrie Diaz Lathouwers
My condolences to your family and friends. RIP Kent.

Jack Flora
sad to read of Kent’s passing. A great friend through junior high and high school. RIP Kent.

John Deahl
I remember Kent with a very heavy heart. Kent, Rick and I spent lots of time together and I always left them with my side splitting from laughing so hard...RIP guys.

Carol De Hart
I loved Kent. He was kind, a bit shy, and very funny! πŸ˜”πŸ’›

Tonia Szilagyi Mapston
He was a very nice kid and funny! Had me laughing with his remarks! πŸ˜”

Saturday, August 11, 2018

George Wissmann, BHS '74, Passed Away August 4, 2018

Lynda Wissmann posted on Facebook this sad news... ·
My brother George Wissmann passed away Aug.4th peacefully in his sleep.
I believe class of 74


Jim Schmitt
Lynda, please accept my sincerest sympathy to you and your family on the loss of your brother. He was always nice to me.

Beth Pieratt-Jensen
Wow! I'm sorry to hear that. Remember him well. So sorry to hear of his passing.

Nadine Aguirre Lujan
I remember George since Providencia elementary school. He was a sweetheart and a cutie pie. My sincerest condolences to you and the family.

Michael Ruiz
Sorry to hear that. R.I.P. George.

Leticia Almaraz
So sorry for your lost

Vicki Herrin Fields
I'm so sorry. I remember him from Luther Burbank, and later, as a friend of my brother, Jeff. Rest in Peace, George.

Cher Boucher
Sorry for uour loss. Condolences to you and your family. May he R.I.P

Judy Torres
My heart is so heavy as I read your words this morning…Lynda, your brother you and your whole family mother and father, all of you were part of my childhood and my memories and the memories of my entire family… I grew up with George, I smile at every memory of him in our youth. He was my friend, my childhood brother. I’m sorry for your loss, please know he may be gone but never never forgotten❤️

Ralph Rodriguez
We are just beginning new chapters in life, way too young to be leaving now. Take care classmates. Rest In Peace brother

Wesley H. Clark
I remember him mainly from Luther Burbank. So sorry to hear this...

Linda Sherbert Adams
So sorry.. will pray for your familyπŸ™πŸ™πŸ™Remember me on Fairview, class with your sister Cathy😘
Lynda Wissmann
yes I do Linda

Kathleen Mccall
Linda, I am so sorry for the loss of your Brother. Prayers are being sent for comfort for you and your family.

Debbie Torres Brey Bennett
Awwww I’m sooo sorry. My brother Bobby passed August 4, 2004. Same day. 😒

Karen Torres Weil Morrison
I remember him! So sorry!
I remember you too we graduated the same year.

Carrie Diaz Lathouwers
My deepest condolences to all George's family and friends. RIP.

Shannon Estes Donathan
So sorry to hear! Sorry for your lose ~~ I to remember him from our school days!

Janice Stinson Beimford
So so sad. I went from K to 12th with him.

Friday, August 10, 2018

Holly Anne Oden Davis, BHS '69 (1951-2012)

Holly Anne Oden Davis
Feb 20, 1951 - Sep 5, 2012
Long Beach, California

Holly's Obituary

Holly Anne Davis, 61, born on February 20, 1951, in Inglewood, California, passed away September 5, 2012 in Long Beach, California. She was a long time resident of Long Beach and retired as an Administrative Specialist from the Teacher Credentialing Office at CSULB.

She is survived by her sons Jesse, John, and James Davis; her grandchildren Erica, Dustin, and Emma; her brother John Oden, BHS class 1966; and her parents John and JoAnne Oden.

A public memorial service will be held at 7:00 PM on Monday, September 10 at The Church in Long Beach located at 4911 Orange Ave. Her private funeral service will be at 10:30 AM on Wednesday, September 12, at the Forest Lawn, Cypress, California.


Nancy McNamara Zambrana
So sad to read this. She was always so sweet & kind. Rest In Peace Holly.

Doug Atzei
She was very sweet and if I remember correctly, very shy.

Kathy Bice
You’re right very sweet & shy πŸ˜₯ RIP Holly πŸ™πŸ»

Vicki Herrin Fields
Rest in Peace

Carol De Hart
I am SO SORRY to hear that Holly passed away at such a young age. She was a good friend in high school, and was a member of the first all-girl Cross Country Management team, consisting of Holly, Joan Knight, Debbie Gilbert, Marion Szoke and I! She kindly made a cute dress for me as a going away gift when I left for Cal. I will always remember Holly with great fondness. πŸ˜”πŸ’™

Richard Aspey
I have such fond memories of you, Holly and the rest of the cross country management team. RIP Holly

Jeanette Alexander
Rip Holly. Lots bless her family and friends through this grieving process.

Nadine Aguirre Lujan

Julie Guttridge
Whoa.. much too young. Blessings to the family πŸ™

Martha Rios

Pat Bushman
Rest In Peace

Alan Landros
I remember Holly from way back in the early days at Thomas Jefferson, her being one year ahead of me.

Doug Atzei
Alan, me too at Jefferson school. I forgot that I used to see her out front of her house on Saturdays while I'd ride my bike

Anita Page

Sandy Bryson Gohlich
Holly was my next door neighbor on Amber Lane. Our families were very close and we used to take vacations together. It still breaks my heart that she passed away at such a young age. She was truly one of the nicest people I have ever known. I still keep in touch with her mom.

Wednesday, August 8, 2018

Brian Hallagan, BHS '73 (1955-2018)

Brian Michael Hallagan
October 17, 1955 - May 10, 2018
San Diego, CA

An SDSU alumnus and lifelong Delta Chi fraternity member, Brian Hallagan worked in the mortgage lending field, but was best known as Coach and one of the "founding fathers" of the Carmel Mountain Ranch Little League.

He is survived by his wife of 28 years Janel, sons Dallas (Nicole), and Brett, grandson Cash, mother Carole, sister Coleen (Roy), niece Fiona, brother-in-law Patrick (Sandy), and many friends.

Memorial Mass 6/23, 10:30 am at St. Michael's Church in Poway. Celebration of Life 6/24, 24 pm at Old Poway Park.

Memorial donations may be made to Remembrance of Brian Hallagan Go Fund Me account.

Published in The San Diego Union Tribune on June 17, 2018


Rich Morrison
So sad to hear of Brian's passing. I talked to Brian on the phone in 2013 and tried to get him to attend our 40th reunion party for Class of 73. RIP!

Linda Stoddard Johnson
How sad 😒 I played violin with his sister Coleen at Muir and BHS.

Michael Ragan
Brian was a true Burbank "kid" ... His Mom, Carole, ( graduated BHS in '51 ) and Aunt Barbara were the children of Frederick and Mildred Clint who lived on Verdugo @ Kenneth ... Frederick Clint was a Violin Teacher in a small music studio attached to the Verdugo @ Kenneth Home. Brian Dad was Robert Hallagan, a Navy Veteran who taught Band and Orchestra in the L.A. Unified School District ( Sylmar High School ). Unfortunately, Robert Hallagan passed away just as Brian was graduating from BHS in 1973. Brian's younger sister is Colleen Halligan and they were very close up until Brian passed. Brian's Mom, Carloe, is still living in the low Desert communities. A very intelligent, athletic guy, Brian loved SDSU life and left this earth too soon ...

Sunday, August 5, 2018

Leonard Miser, BHS '81 (1963-2018)

Leonard Miser

On August 4, 2018, Tim Lapp posted on Facebook:
"Leonard Miser passed yesterday after battling cancer. Class of 1981 I believe."

Friday, August 3, 2018

Chris Gillander, BHS '71 (1952-2015)

Today, John Boylan posted these photos on Facebook of Chris Gillander at Jalama Beach.

On October 26, 2015, Deborah Boyd posted on Facebook that Chris Gillander died the previous week in his sleep.

She wrote, "Chris had one sister Mary and two brothers, Joe and John. He was my husband's cousin and I've known him since I was 15 years old. RIP Chris, you will be missed. "

Debi Barham Nolan, BHS '69 (1951-1999)

Sadly, we have just confirmed the passing of Deborah Ellen Barham Nolan who was born April 24, 1951 in Los Angeles County and died on February 9, 1999 in Hudson, New York.

Her husband was Christopher Nolan.

May she rest in peace.

Mike Sanders, BHS '71 (1953-2018)

Michael Robert Sanders Sr.
October 6, 1953 - July 24, 2018

Memorial Service
Davis Funeral Chapel
6200 South Eastern Avenue
Las Vegas, NV 89119
Monday, July 30, 2018
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Thursday, August 2, 2018

Suellen Swartzbaugh Van Rensselaer, BHS '58 (1940-2018)

Suellen Swartzbaugh Van Rensselaer

Suellen was born on May 28, 1940 in North Baltimore, Ohio. Sue was the daughter of Amon Elias Swartzbaugh, and Mildred Paden Swartzbaugh. Her father Amen then moved the family to Burbank CA, where he was hired as a Coach.

She passed away on July 17, 2018 at Mission Hospital in Mission Viejo, CA. After entering the hospital for respiratory issues, she died peacefully in the hospital from a clot to the lungs.

Sue graduated from Burbank High School, and attended one year at Glendale College. She married Edward Maunsell Van Rensselaer in August, 1961. They first lived in Hacienda Heights, but only for a short time. Then to Orange County, CA where they lived on Mesa drive in Newport Beach for a short time. Ultimately they moved to their dream location of Emerald Bay in Laguna Beach with their three children. The family enjoyed the beach life where Sue made lifelong friends. Sue played Tennis with the Emerald Bay tennis ladies group, and enjoyed watching her three children play volleyball on the beach and swim meets at the Emerald Bay community pool.

Sue was known for her taste in fashion, worked for the Red Balloon and Ducks and Co in Newport Beach. Sue also a talented Decorator and enjoyed helping others decorate their homes. She also worked as a caregiver for 10 years, helping Seniors stay at home.

Sue and Ned eventually divorced in 1980. Sue stayed in Orange County until moving to Palm Desert where she had a small retail store business specializing in Lucite. Sue then moved back to the OC when her first grandson was born and then remained until her passing. She was a very devoted grandmother and loved spending time with all six of her grandchildren. She was also a wonderful Aunt to both her Swartzbaugh and Van Rensselaer Nieces and Nephews.

Suellen is survived by her children and their spouses, Paige Allison Van Rensselaer Kunkle, Jay Geoffrey Kunkle, Heidi Sue Van Rensselaer Kane, Christopher Michael Kane, and Ryan Edward Maunsell Van Rensselaer, Catherine Alisa Spath Van Rensselaer, her Grandchildren, Gavin Hendrick Van Rensselaer Kunkle, Allison Clare Van Rensselaer Kunkle, Carly Alida Kane, Paden James Kane, Halle Noelle Van Rensselaer and Hope Gabrielle Van Rensselaer.

Her brother Jack Swartzbaugh passed away in 2016 and is survived by Mary Joan Swartzbaugh, Laurel & John Yocca, Luanne & Kevin Sprong, Scott & Kelly Swartzbaugh and Brett & Melinda Swartzbaugh.

There is a family celebration at the home of the Kane family on August 3, 2018.

In lieu of flowers, please offer donations in Sue’s name to to support girls education in Africa or the Alzheimer’s association
The family thanks you.

If you would like to contact the family, Paige ( or Heidi (