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VICTOR ISAAC CODRON Victor Isaac Codron,...

VICTOR ISAAC CODRON

Victor Isaac Codron, 94, died Jan. 8, 2003, in Burbank.

A longtime Burbank resident, he was a World War II Army veteran.

Mr. Codron is survived by his wife, Claire; daughters, Betty Sue

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Karp and Sara Renee Kolbauer; sons, Daniel and Jack Ray Cod- ron; and

three granddaughters.

Funeral services were Jan. 10 at the Home of Peace Memorial Park.

HELEN LUCILE FERLAZZO

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Helen Lucile Ferlazzo, 90, died Jan. 15, 2003, in Panorama City.

Born Jan. 13, 1913, in Nashville, Ind., she was a Burbank resident

for 63 years and worked as a telephone operator for 32 years.

Mrs. Ferlazzo is survived by her son, Gasper Ferlazzo, Jr.

Funeral Mass is at 10 a.m. today at St. Robert Bellarmine Catholic

Church, 133 N. Fifth St. The interment, following services, is at the

San Fernando Mission Cemetery.

OPAL MARIE MILLER

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Opal Marie Miller, 94, died Jan. 4, 2003, in Burbank.

Born Jan. 3, 1909, she was a 51-year Burbank resident.

She was a longtime member of the Fun after 40 Club at the Joslyn

Adult Center and enjoyed making quilts.

Mrs. Miller is survived by her daughters, Gloria Slate and Ardwyth

Jensen; four grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren.

Services were Jan. 10 at Pierce Brothers Valhalla in North

Hollywood.

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STEVEN WALT RUFFING

Steven Walt Ruffing, 39, died Jan. 10, 2003, in Ojai.

Born June 7, 1963, in Hollywood, he was resident of Burbank for

more than 20 years and graduated from Burbank High School. He worked

in the motion-picture industry as a Local 80 Grip and artist.

Mr. Ruffing is survived by his parents, John and Anne; brother,

Mike; and sister, Christine.

A memorial service has not yet been scheduled. The Ted Mayr

Funeral Home of Ventura is in charge of direction.

VIRGIL H. ‘JACK’ WANAMAKER

Virgil H. “Jack” Wanamaker, 87, died Jan. 10, 2003, in Burbank.

Born Jan. 31, 1915, in Barnes, Kan., he was a longtime resident of

Burbank. He owned Wanamaker Rents, which was one of the pioneering

companies in the equipment- rental industry. Mr. Wanamaker served

twice as the president of the California Rental Assn. and an active

board member. He was also a member of the Burbank Exchange Club, the

Burbank Men’s Golf Club and the Safari Club International. He was an

avid hunter and conservationist who helped to create the Verdugo

Hills Mountain Trails. He was also a supporter of youth sports.

Mr. Wanamaker is survived by his wife, Frances; daughter, Barbie

Parker; and sons, William L. Wanamaker and Steve Browning.

Funeral services were Thursday at Forest Lawn Hollywood Hills. In

honor of Mr. Wanamaker, donations can be made to the Burbank Exchange

Club, P.O. Box 4211, Burbank, 91503.

MABEL WEEKLEY

Mabel Weekley, 92, died Jan. 15, 2003, in Burbank.

Born Dec. 15, 1911, in Chicago, she was a longtime resident of

Burbank.

Mrs. Weekley is survived by her children, Deione Weekley Kemp and

Ken Weekley; five grandchildren; and six great-grandchildren.

A funeral Mass is at noon today at St. Robert Bellarmine Church,

133 N. Fifth St. Cabot & Sons of Pasadena is in charge of direction.


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