• Connecticut Post
    Mathews-Dixon was a native of Stamford but lived in many places over the years. He attended San Marcos High School in Temecula, Calif. His obituary said he excelled as the school’s varsity football team’s running back and served as co-captain. He was a 1997 graduate of Stamford High School. He went on to study criminal justice at Central ...
  • Publishers Weekly
    Da Chen, whose memoirs for both adults (Colors of the Mountain) and young readers (Girl Under a Red Moon) chronicled his experiences growing up in a family that was persecuted during China’s Cultural Revolution, died of lung cancer on December 17 in Temecula, Calif. He was 57. Chen was born in the small farming village of Yellowstone ...
  • The Press-Enterprise
    If you’re going to be called “The Godfather” of a place, you’d better be something special. Ed Dool is that to Old Town Temecula, a place he’s been around some 30 years. It’s also a place that had always been dead at night before he showed up. Today, Old Town is happening 24/7. Much of what Dool’s done to help make it that way is ...
  • The Courier
    After the military Roger was a truck driver for several different companies. Survived by: four children, Paul Latting of Waterloo, Robert (Heather) Latting of Temecula, Calif., Katie Mullinex of Cedar Falls and Lucy (Gary) Guernsey of Cedar Rapids; six grandchildren; his mother, Mildred Hilleshiem of Waterloo; three sisters, Sue Latting of ...
  • Times of San Diego
    He was transported to the Temecula Valley Hospital and passed away Monday morning. Katkov began his career with Cal Fire on Aug. 18, 2018, as a seasonal firefighter. He is survived by his father ...
  • Times of San Diego
    He was transported to the Temecula Valley Hospital and passed away Monday morning. Katkov began his career with Cal Fire on Aug. 18, 2018 as a seasonal firefighter. He is survived by his father ...
  • The Press-Enterprise
    The driver was not wearing a seat belt and was ejected. She was pronounced dead at the scene. The driver’s name was not immediately publicly disclosed. The CHP asks any witnesses to call the Temecula office at 951-506-2000.