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Obituary: A Life Steeped in Humor, Kindness, and Creativity

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Former Tahoe City resident Jacque Mielke will be remembered for her sense of humor, artistic talents, and many contributions to the Tahoe community.

Obituary: The Brave Warrior Armed with Lyrical Brilliance

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Keaven Van Lom was driven by passion and compassion. Her life was tragically cut short. The English language, animals, and many adoring humans are the poorer for it.

Obituary: Jim Parent

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Jim ParentMay 17, 1952 to March 26, 2011 Born May 17, 1952, in Plattsburgh, NY, Jim 'JP' Parent passed away on March 26, 2011. Jim...

Obituaries: Suki Joy Morgan

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Suki Joy MorganJan. 4, 1970 to Aug. 27, 2010 Suki Morgan:Born in ColoradoDaughter to Doris and JimSister to Sandy and SharonWife to JJMother to KingstonArtistDancerLoverEarth...

Obituary: Remembering Mountain Man Bela G. Vadasz

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Bela Vadasz is remembered by friend Dave Riggs.

Obituary: The Live Music Man of Truckee, Paul Covarelli

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A born artist with guitar as his medium, he was a mainstay in the regional music world, doing it all with humbleness and love.

Obituary: Dan Hauserman Sr.

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Dan Hauserman Sr. was a long-time Tahoe local, who built the Cobblestone Center in Tahoe city.

Obituary: A Mountain Mama and Artist at Heart

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A giver, mother, wife, artist, school kids champion, and longtime neighbor, Kathleen Jensen was grateful to live in the supportive Truckee community

Obituary: A Mastermind On and Off the Football Field

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Well-respected coach Bob Shaffer led his Truckee High School Wolverines to the state playoffs over the course of 18 years — winning an impressive nine state championships and fostering a generation of graduates. A celebration of life memorial service is planned for Saturday, May 6 at 1:30 p.m. (game time) at the THS Surprise Stadium.

Obituary: Tanya Canino Brought ‘Big-time Chops’ to Tahoe Journalism

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“Tanya was a community advocate with a brilliant bullshit detector, and she’ll be sorely missed.”