For The Record
OBITUARIESJoan Long KellyJoan Long Kelly died in an automobile accident on March 4. She was 45. (See additional story, page A1.)Kelly, the daughter of Tahoe Donner residents Marjorie Clair Carper Long and George Stephenson Long, was born in Downey, Calif.Before moving to Truckee in 1979, she attended Long Beach State University and the University of California, Los Angeles, where she earned a degree in business.Kelly has been night manager of Harrah’s Reno Casino & Resort for the last 22 years.Kelly is survived by her parents, her husband, Crispin “Kit” Kelly, and her two brothers, Bob and Tim Long of Downey.She is also survived by her three sons, Tommy, Kyle, and Scott.Memorials can be made to Joan Kelly Memorial Soccer Scholarship Fund at US Bank, 10995 Donner Pass Road, Truckee, 96161.John “Jack” De PauliJohn “Jack” De Pauli passed away in San Francisco on Feb. 26 at the age of 79.He was the adored husband of Florence since June 15, 1946, and the loving father of Daniel, Arthur and Valerie, the father-in-law of Charles West, Elaine De Pauli and grandfather of only one beloved granddaughter Melissa West.De Pauli was born in San Francisco, and was an AAF veteran of World War II. He was a retired foreman with the San Francisco Water Department. He had long enjoyed his family and friends at his country cabin at Donner Lake in Truckee.Memorial services have already been held.BIRTHSTahoe Forest HospitalMizicko, Adam and Sheryl, of Truckee, on Feb. 16, a boy, Pablo Jude.Neu, Erik Jr. and Deanna, of Truckee, on Feb. 17, a girl, Aliza Grace.Lie, Wirojo and Marhero, Anna, of San Francisco, on Feb. 18, a girl, Bethany.Betonte, Gregg and Taylor, Cathy, of Alpine Meadows, on Feb. 18, a girl, Taylor Simona.Lieberman, Eric and Gail, of Soda Springs, on Feb. 22, a girl, Shayna June.Votaw, Richard and Susan, of Tahoe City, on Feb. 22, a boy, Simon Elliott.CORRECTIONSIn last week’s issue of the Sierra Sun, Peter Richard Giampaoli’s obituary incorrectly stated that he was born in 1937.He was actually born on June 11, 1914 and was 87 when he passed away on March 1.
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