(Dorothy) Juanita Nissley

(Dorothy) Juanita Nissley 030619 online(Dorothy) Juanita Nissley, née Reeder, a forty-year resident of Los Altos Hills, California passed away at home with her loved ones caring for her on January 21, 2019 due to complications from Alzheimer’s disease. She was 87. Juanita was born in Houlka, Mississippi on May 19, 1931 to Robert Elon Reeder and Annie Mae Reeder, née Cockrell, a baby sister for Charles and Nelda. She grew up in nearby Columbus and graduated from Mississippi University for Women with a B.S. in Secretarial Sciences in 1953. Working as a civilian secretary at Keesler Air Force Base in Biloxi she met her husband, Harold Thomas Nissley, who was stationed there. They married in 1957 and moved to his hometown of Cleveland, Ohio. She was an elementary school teacher in 1958, supporting Harold as he finished at Case Western, and had five children between 1959 and 1966. They moved to Canada in 1969 when an investment of Harold’s began operations in Toronto.

Scouting News: Troop 33 honors 7 new Eagle Scouts


Courtesy of Martha Gomez
Troop 33’s new Eagle Scouts include, front row, from left: Bryan Webb, Nathan MacLeod, James Pampeyan and Nikolas Gibson. Back: Drishaan Jain, Austin Townsend and Kyle Kim.

Los Altos Boy Scout Troop 33 honored seven new Eagle Scouts at a Court of Honor ceremony Jan. 6.

The Eagle designation is the highest achievement in Scouting. To earn the Eagle rank, Scouts must complete a minimum of 21 merit badges, lead a community service project, hold troop leadership positions and perform community service.

Scouting News: 3 new Eagle Scouts join Troop 37's ranks


Courtesy of Margaret Steen
Troop 37’s Kyle Marino, from left, Amir Tadros and Clark Webster recently earned their Eagle Scout ranks.

Los Altos Boy Scout Troop 37 recently honored three members for achieving the rank of Eagle Scout, the highest rank in Boy Scouting.

The new Eagle Scouts organized and led a community service project, held various troop leadership positions and completed at least 21 merit badges.

Service News: LA woman graduates from boot camp


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Private First Class Jessica Suh, 18, of Los Altos graduated from U.S. Marine Corps boot camp at the Marine Corps Recruit Depot in Parris Island, South Carolina, Jan. 25.

Suh successfully completed 13 weeks of intensive basic training as one of approximately 70 recruits in Training Platoon 4003. While in recruit training, Suh mastered skills as squad leader, expert marksman and knowledge recruit.


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