Redlands Obituaries

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  • Sunday Aug 12 | via Redlands Daily Facts 

    Lillian Cummings Gladysch

    Lillian Cummings Gladysch, 82, passed away peacefully on May 19, at the Villas of San Bernardino, having suffered for many years from dementia, followed by a recent stroke. Born Nov. 25, 1927, in Cheyenne, Wyoming, Lillian moved to Ontario, California, as a child, where she then graduated from Chaffey High School, Chaffey Junior College and the University of Redlands.


  • Wednesday Aug 8 | via The News-Review 

    Cindy Lee (Henry) Grose

    Cindy was born December 4, 1958, in Stayton, Oregon, to Robert and May Henry. She was the last of eight children.


  • Monday Aug 6 | via Redlands Daily Facts 

    Karen Fae Rozema-Thomason

    Karen Fae Rozema-Thomason passed away Sept. 20 at her home in Lake Havasu. She was born in Santa Monica on Nov. 16, 1955.


  • Sunday Aug 5 | via Redlands Daily Facts 

    Jeffrey Edwards, 44

    He was born Nov. 16, 1963 in Tucson, Ariz. He lived in Redlands from 1970 until a recent job-related move to Gilbert, Ariz.


  • Tuesday Jul 31 | via Redlands Daily Facts 

    Nancy Martin Bologna

    Nancy Martin Bologna of Redlands, California, died at home on November 21 from glioblastoma, a form of brain cancer. She was 62 years old and was a Redlands resident for 34 years.


  • Monday Jul 30 | via Redlands Daily Facts 

    Charlene Kempthorne

    Charlene Marie Kempthorne, a graduate of Redlands High School and longtime resident of Highland, died of breast cancer July 29 in San Bernardino. She was 51. She was born Aug. 31, 1955, in Thermopolis, Wyo., and grew up in Redlands, attending Clement Junior High School and graduating from Redlands High School in 1973.


  • Jul 18, 2018 | via Visalia Times-Delta 

    Mulder, Enid

    Enid Mulder Visalia - Enid Mulder, 76, unexpectedly went to be with her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ on July 16, 2018. She was born in Los Angeles, CA to Henry and Marjorie Noble on February 23, 1942.


  • Jul 11, 2018 | via Redlands Daily Facts 

    Loretta Ann Martin

    Passed away in Redlands surrounded by her family on July 15, 2011 at the age of 91. Loretta was born in Lovington, IL on July 7, 1920. She was the oldest of 5 children born to Mary Ellen and Rex Boggs.


  • Jul 5, 2018 | via Peshtigo Times Wisconsin Community Newspaper 

    Shirley J. Michaelis

    Shirley J. Michaelis, 88, of Marinette, passed away Monday, June 25, 2018 at Rennes Health Care Center-West in Peshtigo.


  • Jul 2, 2018 | via Redlands Daily Facts 

    Joe Arredondo, 95

    Joe A. Arredondo, a citrus grower and lifetime resident of Mentone, died of heart failure Aug. 27 in Mentone. He was 95. Arredondo, who was called Papa by his children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren, was a citrus grower and rancher in Redlands, Highland and Crafton, where he and his sons owned citrus groves.


  • Jul 1, 2018 | via Redlands Daily Facts 

    Witnesses in murder trial say drugs clouded their me...

    After opening statements Tuesday, witnesses were called to the stand in the case of the People v. Linette Diane Luna.


  • Nov 12, 2015 | via The Press-Enterprise 

    San Bernardino: a Safety comes with a price,a attorn...

    San Bernardino Police chief Jarrod Burguan shares a few words during the public funeral service for fallen San Bernardino Police officer Bryce Hanes on Thursday, November 12, 2015 at the National Orange Show Events Center in San Bernardino, Ca. Stacks of programs are seen at the public funeral service held for fallen San Bernardino Police officer Bryce Hanes on Thursday, November 12, 2015 at the National Orange Show Events Center in San Bernardino, Ca.


  • Jan 17, 2015 | via Redlands Daily Facts 

    Legacy of Hill doctors lives on in Redlands

    REDLANDS >> Four generations of the well-known and respected Hill Family were medical professionals here, working to care for the thousands that call the city their home. M.W. Hill, Howard G. Hill, Howard A. Hill and Harold M. Hill dedicated their lives to the medical profession at a time when house calls were common and a bit more personal, some would argue.