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Obituaries for the week of 7/26/17

Lisa Kaye Anderson

Lisa Kaye Anderson was born May 15, 1964, in Riverside. She died July 10, 2017, at Enloe Medical Center in Chico.

Lisa lived most of her life in Riverside, moving to Quincy in 2007. She worked many different jobs over the years but was recently disabled due to severe health problems.

Lisa was intelligent, funny and uniquely brave. Life wasn’t always easy on her, but it never kept her from appreciating what she had. She loved cats, they were her forever companions. She could smile and laugh with friends no matter her situation. Lisa wasn’t easy to know but anyone who took the time found a devoted friend with a giving heart. Lisa will be deeply missed by those who knew her best because we loved her the most.

Lisa is survived by her sisters Kerri Hoover, of Meadow Valley and Kimble Carter, of Fort Mohave, Arizona, as well as numerous nephews, nieces and cousins.

No services are planned at this time.

James Jardine and
Servando Lee Nava

On July 12, 2017, James Jardine, of Walnut Creek, passed away leaving daughter July, son Jim Jr., and their mother, Anna, after a brave battle with cancer.

On the same day in Tennessee, his nephew, Servando Lee Nava, was walking in a park and died suddenly of a massive heart attack. Servando left behind three sons, Sery, Zander and Joshua. Servando and sons lived in Seattle, Washington. He also leaves his mother, Pony Nava Stuart, of Crescent Mills, and five siblings: Raymond Nava, Anthony Nava, Lisa Wolfe, Nella Williams and Judy Blankenship.

Among other good things, Servando was the first person to get his pilot’s license in 2000 after flying solo from Washington state. He was a terrific artist and both men were much loved.