Native American 10 Jun 2006, The Modesto Bee: Lula M. Taber Oct. 17, 1925 - June 6, 2006 Lula Maxine Taber, 80, of Riverbank died Tuesday at Memorial Medical Center, Modesto. Mrs. Taber was a native of Ponca, Okla., and lived in Riverbank 65 years. She was a waitress at Brawley's for 40 years. She attended River Oak Grace Church, Oakdale. She is survived by her children, Rodney McCurdy of Oakdale and Mary Drake of Sacramento; brother, Claude Harding of Modesto; and 14 grandchildren, 25 great-grandchildren and six great-great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband, Val Taber; and daughter Carolyn Glasco. A funeral will be at 2 p.m. Monday at Oakdale Memorial Chapel. Private burial at Burwood Cemetery, Escalon. Riverbank Memorial Chapel in charge of arrangements.
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Newspaper, : Elmer C. Sill, 50, died Friday at his home in Manson, following a sudden illness.
Born June 28, 1926, at Seminole, Okla., he spent his early life there.
Mr. Sill was a veteran of World War II, and following his discharge; he made his home in Calif., before coming to Chelan in 1965.
Survivors include two daughters, Pearline and Mary Alma Sill, both of Calif.; his mother, Pearl Sill, Riverbank, Calif.; one sister, Betty Allensworth, Salida, Calif.; two brothers, Ed and Harry Sill, both of Calif.