Laguna Beach Independent Ocotober 29, 2010 : Page 5

lbindy.com OBITUARIES Glenda Rae Allison Trimble Glenda Allison Trimble passed away Oct. 11 at her home in Laguna Canyon aſt er a long illness. Trimble was born in Long Beach on June 19, 1936, and grew up among the tower-ing eucalyptus and grassy meadows of Canyon Acres Drive in a compound build by her father. She graduated from Laguna Beach High School in 1954 with 75 classmates, a close-knit group, many of whom started kindergarten together. Trimble informally took on the role of class secretary, staying in touch with classmates and organizing class reunions and annual Super Bowl parties. She was renowned for her wit, integrity, infectious laugh, fun-loving nature, and love for chil-dren and animals. Laguna knew her as a selfl ess volunteer and organizer: feeding the homeless on Main Beach, hosting foreign students, organizing relief for fi re victims. “T e last person Mom thought about at the end of the day was herself,” her son Scotty recalled. Trimble was preceded in death by her parents Capt. Lee and Mabel Allison, her brother Scott and her sister Beverly Allison. She is survived by her husband and best friend of 47 years, Paul, their son Scotty and his wife Melissa, all of Laguna Beach. T e family suggests contributions, in lieu of fl owers, to Hospice of Saddleback Valley, 23521 Paseo de Valencia, Suite 100, Laguna Hills, CA 92653. James Glen LeVeque James Glen LeVeque, a lifetime Orange County resident and waterman, passed away aſt er a heroic battle with cancer Oct. 15. He was 54. A loving husband to his wife Sandy, father to Alivia and brother to Rick and Susan, LeVeque was loved by those who knew him and will be missed. He was preceded in death by his parents, Glen and Nina LeVeque. Long may he ride. T is is a paid announcement. Pop-Up Boutiques Arrive Mothers Host Holiday Boutique Mothers of Preschoolers invite the public to their holiday boutique Saturday, Oct. 30, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Laguna Presbyterian Church, 415 Forest Ave. Shoppers can expect an array of hand-craſt ed merchandise from vendors and importers. Purchases benefi t Laguna Beach MOPS, a community of mothers. For more information, please visit www. lagunabeachMOPS.com. Club Hosts Artists Boutique T e Laguna Beach Woman’s Club is holding its semi-annual Women Artists Boutique from noon to 5 p.m. on Sunday, Nov. 14, at 286 St. Ann’s Drive. T is free event features local women artists selling handmade unique craſt s, jewelry, apparel, and art work. Artists also donate items for a silent auction, which closes at 4:30 p.m., and refreshments will be served. Proceeds will benefi t the Woman’s Club and its community programs. Sibling Proves She’s Her Sister’s Keeper OCTOBER 29, 2010 By Ted Reckas | LB Indy Angelica Romero, 16, and her year-older sister, Alejandra, were in the back seat of their mother’s car on the way to a doctor appointment last month when a mouthful of candy turned into a life-threatening emergency. “I asked her a question and she tried to swallow her chocolate fast to answer me,” said Angelica, recalling that her sibling couldn’t get a word out. Angelica then saw her sister’s face fl ush red and her eyes overfl ow with tears. “T at’s when I realized she was choking,” said Angelica, of La Habra. Angelica pounded Alejandra’s back be-fore resorting to abdominal thrusts. On the second one, the chocolate came out, clearing her sister’s blocked airway. YOUTH SHELTER, page 18 “Thank You” to all of my Supporters! Patricia C. Bates, 5th District Orange County Supervisor John Moorlach, Former County Treasurer & 2nd District Orange County Supervisor Laguna Beach Firefighters Laguna Beach Police Employee’s Association Orange County Taxpayers Association Laguna Beach Taxpayers Association Laguna Board of Realtors California Women’s Leadership Association (CWLA) Kelly Boyd, Former Mayor & Laguna Beach Councilmember Jane Egly, Former Mayor & Laguna Beach Councilmember Toni Iseman, Mayor Pro Tem/Laguna Beach Councilmember Kathleen Blackburn, Former Mayor -Laguna Beach Cheryl Kinsman, Former Mayor -Laguna Beach Wayne Peterson, Former Mayor -Laguna Beach Mike Macey, Former Laguna Beach Fire Chief Greg Abel Karen Alonge Alan Armbruster Sia Bahador Margaret Baldwin Rick Balzer Curt Bartsch Diane Bellinger Boyce Belt Jean Belt Pamela Bennett Dr. Tom Bent Gary Beverage Nancy Beverage Harry Bithell Susie Bithell Bill Blackburn Peter Blake Gigi Blount Leslie Brown Kelly Boyd Nancy Brown Norval Bruce Louise Buckley Bob Burnham Kathy Burnham Nancy Bushnell John Campbell Lyn Carlyle Tim Carlyle Bob Chapman Mark Christy Jane Ciabattoni Tony Ciabattoni Don Crevier Mia Davidson Alice Dawson Bob Dietrich Linda Dietrich Steve Dotoratas Jane Egly Cody Engle Deborah Engle Mary Ferguson Lee Winocur Field John Filkins The Finley’s The Fischbeck’s Peggy Ford Billy Fried Dan Gallagher Keith Gallo Julie Gallo Janice Glaab Paul Glaab, Laguna Niguel City Council Joan Gladstone Cary Glenn Nancy Glenn Pam Goldstein Sam Goldstein Paul Gonzalez Michael Gosselin Eugene Gratz Norm Grossman John Gustafson Jane Hanauer Joe Hanauer Robert Hayden III George Heed Terry Hustwick Toni Iseman Marion Jacobs Brion Jeanette Betsy Jenkins Gary Jenkins Eric Jessen Anne Johnson Marv Johnson Ken Kaplan Fred Karger Dee KoskiKarl Koski Michael Kinsman Patty Kirali Christopher Kling Pat Kollenda David Koontz Amy Kramer Anders Lasater Harry Lawrence Matt Lawson Mary Lawson Jim Leach Charles Lennon Stephany Lennon Ilse Linschow Darccy Ann Loveland-Bickel Ron Loder Yolanda Loder Charles Love Martha Lydick Skipper Lynn John Madison Ann McDonald Bill McGehee Marjorie McGehee Bob McGraw Elizabeth McGovern Connie McKenney Larry McKenney Jim Mellor Lisa Bartlett, Former Mayor & Dana Point City Councilmember Joel Bishop, Former Mayor & Dana Point City Councilmember Paul Glaab, Former Mayor & Laguna Niguel Councilmember Gary Capata, Former Mayor & Laguna Niguel Councilmember Jeff Redeker, Former President -Laguna Chamber of Commerce Dave Sanford, Former President-Laguna Chamber of Commerce Suzanne Mellor Marcia Milchiker Angie Miller Heidi Miller Jim Moore Dennis Morin Ann Morris Mike Morris Susan Morrison Katy Moss Dick Naess Cathy Nokes Ellinor Nootbaar Herb Nootbaar Barbara Norton Dave Norton Jeanne Olenicoff Sophie Pearson Tim Pearson Thilde Peterson Lance Polster Cheryl Post Mark Porterfield Lucinda Prewitt Ann Quilter Chris Quilter Judith Regan Carol Reynolds (the musical one!) Frank Ricchiazzi Hannes Richter Laura Rohl Lou Rohl Bree Burgess Rosen Kent Russell Debbie Santoro Fred & Jan Sattler Jan Sattler Tim Saunders Wendy Schirripa Francine Scinto Dan Siegel Margaret Siegel Rick Silver Jim & Ginny Skelton Morris Skenderian Stephany Skenderian Terry Smith June Strader Kris Thalman Jim Thomas Pat Thomas Peggie Thomas Susan Trager Patricia Twitty Greg Vail Lyn Vail Ernest Velarde Ann Von Gremp Walt Von Gremp Pauline Walpin Bob Whalen Kirsten Whalen Jan Williams Lisa Williams Michael Williams Bonnie Wolin Karen Wood Louise Wright Wayne Wright Robert Zur Schmiede Robin Zur Schmiede 5 Elizabeth appreciates all the support, donations and friendships of those who have helped with her campaign. She invites you to join all of her supporters – as well as Kelly Boyd’s at a “Thank you” party on Election Nite, Nov. 2. 7:00 p.m. -Marine Room – No Admission fee Complimentary appetizers – Live Entertainment: The Dupp Brothers (hippie bluegrass) Paid for by “Pearson for Council 2010” – Campaign I.D. # 1326074

Obituaries

<b>Glenda Rae Allison Trimble</b><br /> <br /> Glenda Allison Trimble passed away Oct. 11 at her home in Laguna Canyon a. er a long illness.<br /> <br /> Trimble was born in Long Beach on June 19, 1936, and grew up among the towering eucalyptus and grassy meadows of Canyon Acres Drive in a compound build by her father. She graduated from Laguna Beach High School in 1954 with 75 classmates, a close-knit group, many of whom started kindergarten together.<br /> <br /> Trimble informally took on the role of class secretary, staying in touch with classmates and organizing class reunions and annual Super Bowl parties. She was renowned for her wit, integrity, infectious laugh, fun-loving nature, and love for children and animals.<br /> <br /> Laguna knew her as a sel ess volunteer and organizer: feeding the homeless on Main Beach, hosting foreign students, organizing relief for . Re victims. “  e last person Mom thought about at the end of the day was herself,” her son Scotty recalled.<br /> .<br /> Trimble was preceded in death by her parents Capt. Lee and Mabel Allison, her brother Scott and her sister Beverly Allison. She is survived by her husband and best friend of 47 years, Paul, their son Scotty and his wife Melissa, all of Laguna Beach.<br /> <br /> <b>James Glen LeVeque</b><br /> <br /> James Glen LeVeque, a lifetime Orange County resident and waterman, passed away a. er a heroic battle with cancer Oct. 15. He was 54.<br /> <br /> A loving husband to his wife Sandy, father to Alivia and brother to Rick and Susan, LeVeque was loved by those who knew him and will be missed.<br /> <br /> He was preceded in death by his parents, Glen and Nina LeVeque.<br /> <br /> Long may he ride.<br /> <br /> is is a paid announcement.<br /> <br /> <br /> <br />

Pop-Up Boutiques Arrive

<b>Mothers Host Holiday Boutique</b><br /> <br /> Mothers of Preschoolers invite the public to their holiday boutique Saturday, <br /> Oct. 30, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Laguna Presbyterian Church, 415 Forest Ave.<br /> <br /> Shoppers can expect an array of handcra . Ed merchandise from vendors and importers. Purchases bene. T Laguna Beach MOPS, a community of mothers.<br /> <br /> For more information, please visit www.LagunabeachMOPS.com.<br /> <br /> <b>Club Hosts Artists Boutique</b><br /> <br />   e Laguna Beach Woman’s Club is holding its semi-annual Women Artists Boutique from noon to 5 p.m. on Sunday, Nov. 14, at 286 St. Ann’s Drive.<br /> <br />   is free event features local women artists selling handmade unique cra. S, jewelry, apparel, and art work. Artists also donate items for a silent auction, which closes at 4:30 p.m., and refreshments will be served. Proceeds will bene. T the Woman’s Club and its community programs.<br /> <br />

Sibling Proves She’s Her Sister’s Keeper

Ted Reckas

Angelica Romero, 16, and her yearolder sister, Alejandra, were in the back seat of their mother’s car on the way to a doctor appointment last month when a mouthful of candy turned into a lifethreatening emergency.<br /> <br /> “I asked her a question and she tried to swallow her chocolate fast to answer me,” said Angelica, recalling that her sibling couldn’t get a word out. Angelica then saw her sister’s face  ush red and her eyes over ow with tears. “  at’s when I realized she was choking,” said Angelica, of La Habra.<br /> <br /> Angelica pounded Alejandra’s back before resorting to abdominal thrusts. On the second one, the chocolate came out, clearing her sister’s blocked airway.<br /> <br /> “After that she was shaking and I was too. She was really scared. She was telling me she thought she was going to end up at a hospital or something. She felt like she wasn’t going to be able to get it out.”<br /> <br /> Angelica said her mother was about to call 911, but the incident was over before the call could be placed due to Angelica decisively putting into action her newly acquired knowledge of first aid.<br /> <br /> First aid, CPR and life-guarding classes are offered to all residents of Laguna Beach’s CSP Youth Shelter by Rod Harron, a six-year shelter volunteer.<br /> <br /> Nicole Yoho, a youth supervisor at the shelter, said, “she passed all her CPR and first aid tests like 100 percent. That’s never happened by any resident or staff.”<br /> <br /> Angelica’s efforts also earned her a plaque of recognition from firefighters, who earlier this month personally presented an award to her at the shelter, where she is a short term resident. “It was really cool,” she said.<br /> <br /> Angelica is sure most of her friends don’t know the Heimlich maneuver, but is advising her best friend to take a class. The junior at Sonora High School in La Habra, is also thinking about going to medical school after college.<br /> <br /> I’m lucky because I learned it,” she said. “It doesn’t really matter if you take the test for CPR, but knowing what to do is helpful,” she advised.<br /> <br /> The CSP Youth Shelter provides services for troubled youth throughout south-county.<br /> <br /> Firefighters presented Angelica Romero an award for using her first aid skills to save her sister<br /> <br /> <br /> <br />

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