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October 15, 2007
Osterhout, Royal Hargrave, 81, loving husband for 38 years of Mary Osterhout, long time resident of Newport Beach, CA, passed away peacefully in his sleep on September 29, 2007, after a courageous battle with cancer.  A native of Southern California, he graduated from Huntington Park High School, class of 1944, attended Cal Berkley where he served in the Navy ROTC, then transferred to UCLA where he graduated in 1948 with a degree in accounting. Roy was re-activated for the Korean War and served his country proudly on the USS Iowa.
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SPORTS
By Soraya Nadia McDonald | October 11, 2007
Danny Miller, Michael Helfrich, and Andrew McDonald have been friends since before the boys were in kindergarten. The three of them used to play, have slumber parties, and do all the things school-age boys like to do together. They know everything about each other. Growing up in the same community, their households just overlapped. “The boys could have lived at any of our houses,” said Ellen Miller, Danny’s mother. Now in high school, and all playing varsity football for a Newport Harbor team that’s 4-1, Miller, Helfrich, and McDonald have grown into their own personalities, with Miller taking on quieter, sometimes more serious approach to things than the other two. “Before games, he doesn’t really talk at all,” McDonald said.
NEWS
September 5, 2007
Passed away Tuesday, September 4, 2007, at age 51, after a joyful life cut tragically short by cancer, in Newport Beach. Cheryl had enormous zest for life and a wonderful sense of humor. She was devoted to her family and friends, and they to her. Good food was a constant. After earning a Masters degree in Food & Nutrition from CSLA, she spent 28 years creating specialty cheesecakes and desserts sold to major U.S. retailers and restaurants. Her desserts were the star of friends’ weddings and birthday celebrations as well as frequent parties at the Browns’ home, ranging from impromptu barbecues for 20 to tamale “production lines” at Christmas.
NEWS
By Michael Miller | August 4, 2007
Former Mayor Norma Hertzog-Wagner returned to Costa Mesa, her old hometown, in May after 17 years away. Then, Friday, she got to be part of history. Hertzog-Wagner, who served two terms during the 1970s and 1980s, was among the speakers and walkers in the city's first Relay for Life at Orange Coast College on Friday. The American Cancer Society has sponsored the fundraising walks since 1985, but until Friday, Costa Mesa had never hosted one within its boundaries. For that matter, Hertzog-Wagner, a breast cancer survivor, had never walked in a relay before.
FEATURES
By Jessie Brunner | June 27, 2007
Brent Jacobsen is not simply looking for another challenge as he prepares to tackle Mt. Kilimanjaro, the highest mountain in Africa. The Newport Beach business developer is attempting to raise $1 for each foot of the 19,340-foot inactive volcano he climbs, with the money going to fund breast cancer research. With a week-and-a-half to go before he departs for Tanzania, Jacobsen is about $4,000 short of his objective. "If I am going to climb it anyway, it's even better if I can also raise funds," he said.
NEWS
May 31, 2007
of Chula Vista died on Friday, 25 May 2007 at the age of 82 from complications of pneumonia. Marie was born in San Francisco on August 17, 1924. She married Kenneth D. Hawkins on June 25,1946. They were married for nearly 32 years, before his death in 1978 following a long bout with cancer. A dedicated civil servant and loving mother, Marie worked for the War Price and Rationing Board, and after a hiatus of nearly two decades to raise her children, resumed her career at the Naval Public Works Center in San Diego where her work was widely praised.
NEWS
May 27, 2007
We admit we have a special connection to the Relay for Life. Nearly four years ago, the Daily Pilot lost one of its own to pancreatic cancer. Since then, we have made sure that we are wellrepresented at this annual event put on by the American Cancer Society. But we know we are not alone. We know that cancer has touched so many of us, so profoundly. The Relay for Life this year was proof of that. The event, which had 46 teams and 1,000 attendees, raised more money than ever before — $186,000 plus.
NEWS
By Amanda Pennington | May 20, 2007
NEWPORT BEACH — Newport Beach Fire Department engineer Rian McDonough is attempting this weekend to walk as many hours as his feet will carry him around the track of Newport Harbor High School. McDonough joined hundreds of people on 43 teams at the Relay for Life event, which benefits the American Cancer Society. "It's just a great event the Fire Department can get involved in," said McDonough, who frequented the Newport Harbor field when he played football for the school.
NEWS
May 18, 2007
Lloyd E. Winburn passed away peacefully on Saturday, April 28, 2007 at the age of 76. Lloyd, who lived in Newport Beach, CA for over 46 years, was a graduate of USC and served his Country in the U.S. Navy during the Korean War. He participated as a Board Member of several non-profit organizations including the Orange Coast YMCA and the Big Brothers of Greater Los Angeles, and was a member of the Kiwanis Club and St. Andrews Presbyterian Church....
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