A memorial service for native Nevadan Terry Clore is 11 a.m. Saturday at Walton's Chapel of the Valley, 1281 North Roop St. in Carson.
A celebration of life will follow at Tom and Sheri Clore's house.
Mr. Clore died Feb. 11, 2008, at his home in Gardnerville.
He was the son of Don and Esther Clore of Carson City. Mr. Clore was born in Reno on Jan. 29, 1947, and moved to Carson City where he attended school. He lettered in football and baseball. After high school he went to Sierra Junior College where he played football and even went to the Lettuce Bowl. From there he went to University of Nevada, Reno.
Mr. Clore started a partnership with his brother Tom in 1979 known as Carson Valley Heating and Air. He was very active with his kids and family. He was involved Boy Scouts, baseball, soccer and golf. He was active in the community with Sertoma, Carson City Bowling League, Northern Nevada Golf Association, softball, hunting, and fishing. He participated in many local events in the Carson Valley Area for years. He had a passion for golf and loved to play with all of his friends and family as many times a week as possible. Mr. Clore was known to give his help whenever, wherever and however. He had a big heart and never said no to anyone.
Mr. Clore is survived by three children, Greg and wife, Susan, of Rocklin, Calif., Mark of Las Vegas and daughter, Heather of Danville, Calif.; two grandchildren Nate and Mason; longtime companion Michele Wolfe; sister Sandy Friedman of Sacramento; and brother Tom Clore and Sheri of Minden along with their families.
Donald L. Youngman
A funeral service is 12:30 p.m. Tuesday at Forest Lawn-Hollywood Hills for Donald L. Youngman, 67, a Gardnerville resident for 41Ú2 years. A viewing is scheduled for 9:30-11 a.m. before the service.
Mr. Youngman died Feb. 10, 2008 at his home.
Born in Altadena, Calif., Mr. Youngman graduated from North Hollywood High School and lived in Sylmar, Calif., for 41 years, where he worked for Litton Industries and raised two daughters.
He retired from Litton after 32 years to Gardnerville.
An active member of the community, Mr. Youngman was a member of Lions Club International.
He is survived by his wife, Vicki; daughters, Wendy Gardner and Debra Quintanilla; and his five grandchildren, Jessica, Brian, Mitchell, Kyla and Tori, who knew him as "Buddy."
Family members said he was unforgettable and his fun-loving nature and enjoyment of life will be missed.
A memorial celebration of his life will be held at a later date in Gardnerville. Arrangements have been entrusted to Walton's Douglas County Mortuary in Minden.