Thursday, October 29, 2020

Obituaries

James Jerome Perino (1938-2018)

James Jerome Perino, born in Dearborn Michigan, died peacefully in Coronado with his wife Lyn and children, Lyndsey and Tony, by his side.Growing up,...

Brian Thomas Lippe (1953-2018)

Brian Thomas Lippe Feb. 23, 1953 - June 7, 2018 Brian Thomas Lippe attended Vista High School and graduated in the class of 1971. His father...

Monte Neil Kirven (1936-2017)

Monte Neil Kirven, born August 5, 1936, perished in the wildfires that consumed the forested hills near Santa Rosa, CA, in October of 2017. Monte’s...

John “Largo” Long (1948-2015)

JOHN “LARGO” LONG Johnny Long was a force to be reckoned with. He hovered around five feet but he cast a mighty shadow. He was...

Robert “Robie” Robeson (1923-2017)

FORMER CORONADAN, ROBIE ROBESON Born to gentry on the eve of the Great Depression, Robert Holmes Robeson observed helplessly as his father’s hard-earned wealth disappeared.He...

Tracy Lee Chance (1961-2017)

Tracy Lee (Hornbeek) Chance, 56 years old, of Coronado, CA, passed away on September 30, 2017, after a short battle with cancer.The Celebration of Life will be...

Michele Lee Paquin (1960-2017)

 Michele Lee Paquin was born to John and Linda Paquin, in Rockford, Illinois, July 24, 1960. She died February 18, 2017 at the age...

Yoshi Tiffany (1926-2017)

CORONADO -- Yoshiko Emoto Schroff Tiffany was born Dec. 20, 1926 as the youngest daughter of a British Parsee father and a Japanese mother....

Alethea A. Moeller (1926-2017)

Alethea A. Moeller, a Coronado resident for over sixty years, died the morning of April 6 after a stroke. Born Alethea Ann Anderson on...

Kemp Christian (1943-2017) Memorial Luncheon April 1

This world lost a benevolent soul when Kemp Christian passed peacefully, yet unexpectedly, on January 15, 2017 at his home in Ruidoso, New Mexico.Kemp...

Jerry Roberts (1938-2016) CHS Class of ’56

“Handsome, athletic, the life of the party.” This is how friends described Coronado’s Jerry Roberts.His life, despite near-death battles with polio as a young...

Anne Friddle (1948-2016) — Celebration of Life Nov. 12

Anne Friddle July 28, 1948 - Oct. 15, 2016After an unexpected worsening of her battle with ALS (Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, or Lou Gehrig's Disease), Anne Friddle...
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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

Nick Kato for CUSD School Board 2020: Video Interviews

Submitted by Nick KatoHello Coronado! I’ve collected the various video interviews I’ve done with notable and well-respected members of the community. I’ve been so...

Inside the Registrar of Voters Office

Submitted by Brad GerbelLast week, I spent the afternoon at the San Diego County Registrar of Voters (“ROV”) office in Kearny Mesa as an...

Figures Don’t Lie

Submitted by J. Fitzgerald KemmettWe would all think the world is coming to an end with the number of Covid-19 cases and deaths dominating...

In support of Nick Kato for Coronado School Board

Submitted by Sherry Hughes RichterI'm writing in support of Nick Kato for Coronado School Board. As a product of Coronado schools and a member of a...

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Public Invited to ‘Virtual’ Avenue of Heroes Banner Ceremony Nov. 7

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With Halloween looking a little different this year, Emerald Keepers wanted to share a little treat with the community. Emerald Keepers is a local non-profit...

Chef Charleen Sandoval is up for the Challenge of a Fine Dining Restaurant During a Pandemic

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This week’s city council meeting started off with two well-deserved ceremonial presentations and an impressive student presentation by the Coronado Middle School Robotics Team....