February 25, 2007
IRVINE — So far this season, the pen is mightier than the rotation for the UC Irvine baseball team. That trend held true Saturday night, even when the rotation borrowed from the bullpen to give former reliever Wes Etheridge his first start. Etheridge was solid through five innings and left with a 3-2 lead. But when visiting Utah rallied to tie the score in the seventh off Cole Hathcock, the bullpen was, once again, willing to prove it had the starters' back. Anteaters relievers Dylan Axelrod, Tom Calahan and Blair Erickson combined for three shutout innings to help the hosts rally for a 5-3 nonconference victory at Anteater Ballpark.
July 1, 2009
1950 ~ 2009 Richard Randy Bradshaw (aka Schonleber), 58, died June 10, 2009 Sandy, Utah. Randy loved to snow ski, surf and sail. Survived by his sons, Bronson Taylor Bradshaw, Gentry Harrison Bradshaw and Tristan Shane Bradshaw; His Mother, V. Nancy Schonleber; sisters, Sharon Etchegoyen, Linda Cook, Monique Windschitl, Kari Macri and brother, Anchor Schonleber all of California, brothers, Don D. Bradshaw and Ricky Bradshaw both of Utah; step-brother Travis Eric Schonleber of Hawaii; nine nieces, nine grandnieces, 13 nephews, five grandnephews.
November 1, 2007
Elaine Petty Shaw Parker, 83, passed away on Monday, October 29, 2007 in Corona, California. Born on June 20, 1924 in Ogden, Utah, Elaine was one of three children born to William Orley and Virgel Petty Shaw. Robert Frank Shaw, deceased; William Orley Shaw, Jr. (Lynnette), Centerville, Utah. Elaine married Wallace Lock Parker on March 12, 1945 in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Salt Lake Temple. He preceded her in death on August 22, 1995.
November 21, 2013
Scott E. Coshow Our beloved Scott E. Coshow passed away on November 17, 2013 in Rancho Mirage California, after a long and courageous battle with cancer. Scott was born the son of Grover (Bud) Coshow and Gwen Erickson in Salt Lake City, Utah on July 29, 1958. He is survived by his three children, each of whom he loved dearly, Chauntal, Scott Jr. (Beau) and Chrystal, his mother Gwen Willaims of Thermal California and Corona Del Mar, California as well as his brothers, Bryce Coshow (Candace)
August 16, 2007
A.K.A. “Liz” Born: August 30,1922 Died: August 13,2007 Betty Ann McCormick, known to everyone as Liz, passed away unexpectedly and quickly, due to complications associated with living to the ripe old age of 85. She is survived by her daughter, Megan McCormick (partner Brian) of Tucson, AZ.; son, Steve McCormick (spouse Debbie) of Huntington Beach and her two grand-daughters, Haley McCormick and Wednesday McCormick. After her husband, John McCormick, passed away in 1999, she resided with her daughter in Salt Lake City, Utah, until they relocated to Tucson, Arizona in 2003.
March 21, 2014
St. George, UT - Edna R. Jones, age 89, passed away on February 2, 2014 in St. George, Utah. She was born on September 27, 1924, in Salt Lake City, Utah to James and Edna Sullivan. She attended local schools graduating from East High School. She met and soon married her only love, Loren “Bud” Jones. Edna and Bud made their home in Costa Mesa, California and raised their three children. Edna was a talented homemaker; home decorating, cooking and sewing made her home delightful. Edna made a career as a school Food Service Manager in both Newport-Mesa and Irvine school districts and retired from the Irvine Unified School District; while Bud made his career working on yachts in Newport harbor.
November 11, 2004
Rick Devereux Corona del Mar High senior Taylor Meehan is getting used to making transitions from spacious environments to more crowded surroundings. The 18-year old Meehan moved from Park City, Utah, to Balboa Island last year and switched from inside linebacker on the football team to defensive end in the fourth week of the season following injuries to the regular starter on the defensive line. "The biggest difference [between Utah and California]
April 25, 2005
Barry Faulkner An NFL draft that began Saturday with the selection of a Utah hero, ended Sunday by refocusing a more subtle spotlight on the southwest corner of the state. But St. George, Utah native Andy Stokes, chosen by the New England Patriots with the 255th and final pick to become Mr. Irrelevant XXX, seemed no less enthused about his football future than former Utah quarterback Alex Smith, who went No. 1 to the San Francisco 49ers. As Mr. Irrelevant, Stokes will be the featured guest of the 30th annual Irrelevant Week celebration, scheduled June 20-25 in Newport Beach.
March 10, 2002
Young Chang What remains at the front of Loren and Richard Moriarty's memory of their trip to Utah last month is not the women's hockey game at the Winter Olympics nor the skiing and the yoga classes, but ice angels. And ice eagles, frozen gods and goddesses, even an iced scene of a lion attacking a deer attempting to flee. They arrived at the spot of the International Ice Carving Competition in Provo, Utah at about 11 p.m. They found more than 30 international ice sculpting teams from around the world creating art from 300-pound blocks of ice. "It was all lit up by light," said Loren Moriarty of Newport Beach.
February 12, 2011
Andrew Albers is moving up the depth chart with the University of Utah football program. And the 6-foot-8, 285-pound lineman from Costa Mesa High is not even on the college campus yet. The senior plans to leave next month for Utah, where Albers' father, Frank, said the Utes are thin on the offensive line. "They're down four or five offensive linemen now," said Frank, who was with his son last weekend, when Andrew decided to join Utah as a preferred-walk-on player. "[The coaches]