Virginia Cobb Laid to rest Oct. 14th, 2017. My Dear Friend and Mentor. Memories of her will always be cherished,
her stories beholden-ed. She made plenty scoff and many more the wiser. She was one of a kind, and dearly missed.
NEVER FORGET- 9/11/2001, over 2000 Innocent souls lost their lives PROTECTING OUR FREEDOM!
A MOMENT OF PRAYER FOR THOSE WHO LOST A LOVED ONE THIS YEAR.
Rose Holt our prayers for your loss. Our deepest sympathies from Local 727P. Also Sarah for her loss of her Dad.
Our Deepest Condolences.
Anyone who would like to add information for memorials. Please contact Sarah at: (661) 273-1433 at the Union Hall.
Subject: Holt – Lander Service
Sherrie Dee (Holt) Lander passed away on Friday, November 14, 2014 at Henry Mayo Hospital in Valencia, CA. She was born in Glendale, CA on May 7, 1970.
She lived in California all her life, moving to Santa Clarita when she was 5. Sherrie loved playing and excelled in sports, softball, volleyball, and basketball. She graduated from Canyon High School and College of the Canyons.
Sherrie married Michael Lander on September 7, 1991 and was blessed with two boys, Garrett and Nicholas. They enjoyed outdoor activities, fishing, and sports with family and friends. She had a life full of love with family and cherished friendships in and out of work. Sherrie worked at CVS and Long’s Drug Stores and was a manager of many stores over the 26 years with them. Sherrie was adored and loved by all because she always cared and had a big smile for everyone around her.
She is survived by husband Michael, sons Garrett and Nicholas, grandmother Mary Jane Misner, parents Rose and Gary Holt, sister Cary Holt, aunts, uncles, and cousins.
The Holt/Lander families would like to express their deep appreciation and thanks to all for their sympathies and kindness during this time of loss.
Officer’s of Lodge 727-N wish to express our deepest condolences to both the Lander family and the Holt family, while we will not be there is person, we will be there is support and spirit.
God Bless each of you.
Dean T. Brewton, S-T
In memory of Bob Gutierrez, District 725 Bus. Agent.
Who passed away on Friday, July 12th, 2012 at 3 pm, Pacific time at Palmdale Regional Hospital hours after having been removed from life support. He lived boldly for over 70 years. He had the respect of everyone who ever met him. He had worked at Lockheed-Palmdale even before 1970 and been a Steward and District Delegate since 1978 or so for LL727P and District 725.
We all have missed him surely. Bob always had stories that made everyone laugh. His wisdom and experience made the room shine. Bob was “One of a kind”. This brick has been placed at the Winpisinger W3 Memorial Tower in Maryland.