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ELODIA S. TORRES

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February 18, 1929 - July 9, 2017

Resident of Morgan Hill

Elodia Torres beloved wife, mother and grandmother peacefully passed away in her home Sunday, July 9th surrounded by her loving family.

She lived 88 wonderful years and was affectionately known as Lala to her family. She was reunited with the love of her life, Louis E. Torres on what would have been near their 65th wedding anniversary, working side by side with him in their successful businesses for decades. She was a long time resident of Sacramento CA, Anchorage AK, Los Altos CA (from 1964-1990) and finally retiring in Morgan Hill CA.

Our family is eternally grateful for all of her love and devotion and the impact she's had on all of our lives.

Elodia is survived by her sons Joseph, Anthony, Edward, Reuben, and Robert, her daughter Cynthia Bulash and her son in-law Joey Bulash, Grandchildren Maya Torres, Peter Bulash, Ashley Torres and Lance Bulash.

A Celebration of Life was held on Monday, July 17, 2017 at LIMA-CAMPAGNA-JOHNSON FUNERAL HOME, 17720 Monterey Street, Morgan Hill CA, followed by a Funeral Mass at ST. CATHERINE’S PARISH, 17400 Peak Avenue, Morgan Hill. She was laid to rest at Mount Hope Cemetery in Morgan Hill next to her beloved husband, Louis Torres.

In lieu of flowers you may make donations to St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital and The Salvation Army.

JANE CORFIELD

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October 14, 1929 – July 3, 2017

Jane was born in Detroit, Michigan. While attending Kalamazoo College she met Jim, her husband of 65 years. After helping put Jim through medical school, they moved to California and eventually settled in Los Altos where they raised 3 children.

CAROLYN WOODRUFF STEINMETZ

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Carolyn Woodruff Steinmetz passed away just shy of her 76th birthday from complications from Alzheimer’s. She lived a jubilant life on her own terms, ignoring many traditional conventions while prioritizing an educational path and professional career that broke gender barriers.

LEONARD L. HELTON

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Leonard L. Helton passed away on June 2, 2017. Leonard is survived by his loving wife of almost 68 years, Anna, his two daughters, Laura Perry and Valarie Sanford, and his three granddaughters, Whitney Sanford, Samantha Sanford, and Anna Perry.


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