|Obituaries • 08-15-12||| Print ||
SANDERS, Edward Louis
SEIBOLD, Shirley Mae
SANDERS, Edward Louis, November 10, 1946 – July 28, 2012, resident of Castro Valley. On July 28, 2012, after fearlessly facing extended cancer treatments, Ed entered into peaceful rest. Through it all, Ed never lost his sense of humor or quick wit. Ed was the first of four children born to Arline and Louie (deceased 1994) in Akron, Ohio. Having joined the Navy at age 17, he was a Vietnam veteran. At the end of his tour of duty, Ed was stationed at Treasure Island and remained in his adopted state of California after being discharged, where he managed Leon’s Office Equipment in Castro Valley for 38 years. While he was most proud of his role as “PaPa” to his beloved granddaughter, Cora, Ed also enjoyed hunting and fishing, walking for miles with his canine companions (Cali and Stella), working in his yard and visiting with family and friends. Over the years, Ed was also active in the community and freely contributed his time to the Castro Valley Chamber of Commerce and the Castro Valley Rotary Club, particularly with the Fall Festival and Rowell Ranch Rodeo Parade. Ed is survived by his mother, Arline; wife, Susan; sons, Christopher (Cynthia) Sanders and Wesley (Aleta) Yourth; granddaughter, Cora Jeanne Yourth; sisters, Jan (Bobby) White, Lynn (Denny) Hanna; and brother, Jimmy (Trish) Sanders. Ed is also survived by his “bonus” family, Lorri, Leon, Ross, Diane, Bridget and Seth Eddings; his dear friend, Irma Haston; and an abundance of in-laws, nieces, nephews, friends and neighbors. Ed will be best remembered for his quick wit, sense of humor, ethical core, and compassion and unconditional love for his family and wide circle of friends. Ed’s family wishes to thank Dr. George Fisher, his assistant, Ann Johnson and Dr. Brendan Visser of Stanford Cancer Center, for their excellent compassionate care of Ed. While a cure was not to be, Ed believed that, without their care, he would never have had the quality time he spent with Cora. In addition, the family wishes to thank Hope Hospice for keeping Ed extremely comfortable during his final journey. The family invites you to attend a mass celebrating Ed’s life at 10:30 a.m. on Friday, Aug. 17, at Corpus Christi Church located at 37891 Second St. in the Niles District of Fremont. The family requests no flowers and hopes that those wishing to make a contribution in Ed’s name will do so by making a donation to their favorite charity.
SEIBOLD, Shirley Mae, who lived at Baywood Court in Castro Valley since 2008, passed away on Monday, July 30, 2012 at age 93. Mrs. Seibold was born in Oakland and was a 1936 graduate of San Leandro High School. She married the late Ted Seibold in 1944. They lived in San Lorenzo from 1950 to 2008, when she moved to Baywood in Castro Valley. Shirley was a member of the San Lorenzo Community Church as well as being active in PEO. While raising her children, she was active with the Cub Scouts, Brownies and the PTA. Memorial services were held on August 11 at San Lorenzo Community Church. Donations be made to Wounded Warriors Project, P.O. Box 78517, Topeka, KS 66675 or Susan G. Komen for the Cure 3-Day, c/o Lesley Seibold Furtado, Participant ID #4508562, P.O. Box 660843, Dallas, TX 75266-0843.