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Page 10 The Cloverdale Reveille January 26, 2017 www.GloverdaJereveiHe,coffl BE COUNTED AMONG 2017'S BUSINESS LEADERS Count yourself among Sonoma County's top business and professional leaders. Put your ibusiness where it counts -- in front of your best customers and prospects. your story. Share success Acknowledge your partners and thank [your customers in print and in photos! |ii Let us tell about your talents, track [ record and upcoming plans. Increase your public exposure and strengthen your solid business image in our well-read and dynamic Special Report on March 30, 2017. Expand your market reach and strengthen business reputation in this special publication with a year-long print and digital distribution. / Start your New Business Year by joining this time-honored and always progressive business showcase. Published: March 30, 2017 Space Deadline: Feb. 10, 2017 THE WINDSOR TIMES OMA CLOVERDALE @REVEILLE 433-4451 Adopt Choco! A Little About Me... sonoma HUMANE ~SOCIETY Santa Rosa You... 5345 Highway 12 W Age: Mature 707.542.0882 Personality: Laid-back yet refined Kids? Nope. HEALDSBURG Sest Features: A nose that's often in a good book (see sofa snuggles, C E N T E R for Animals above). Eyes only for me (and Healdsburg maybe another mellow pet?). 555 Westside Road Fingers skilled in the art of gentle shoulder massage {again with the 70Z431.3386 sofa snuggles). A heart that will love me forever. Age: 4 Personality: Distinguished Gentleman Best Features: Velvety, chocolate colored coat. Short legs, long nose [courtesy of my doxie ancestry]. You won't be able to resist the charms of my sweeter-than-caramel eyes and this '"one ear up and one ear down" thing I've got going on. Date Night, Every Night: Kibble picnics and evenings spent snuggling on the sofa with you. Milestones Joan May (Snow) Fennessey May 19, 1933 - January 15, 2017, Age 83 Joan May (Snow) Fennessey joined her loving husband, Carl, in Heaven on January 15, 2017 at the age of 83. The daughter of Albert and Marcella Snow, she was born in Montreal, Quebec on May 19, 1933. She was the beloved younger sister of Violet Allardice, who currently lives in Kelowna, BC. She was predeceased by her brothers, Don and Alfred Snow. Numerous nieces and nephews across Canada are missing her candid sense of humor and love. The center of Joan's life was always her close family including her loving daughter, Colleen Hale, and son-in-law James. Her granddaughters, Jocelyn and Erin, were the twinkle in her eye and she adored them beyond words. Joan's heart was complete when Lilly joined the family as her bonus granddaughter. She loved being their Nanny, and she became grandmotherly to many of her care- givers. Her nurses loved her, and she loved them. Joan left to begin work at an early age and was an Insurance Under- writer in Montreal for many years. To escape the bitter winters, the family moved to CIoverdale in 1976. They purchased an Ice Cream Shoppe on CIoverdale Blvd., and later a Steakhouse north of town, but she most enjoyed the nearly 20 years that they owned The Wheel Cafe until their retirement in 1996. Those were some of her favorite years, where she made lifelong friends. Joan enjoyed travelling with Carl, especially the annual bus trips with the Knights of Columbus. She loved sports from the t-ball games to the year-round sports that the grandkids played while they were growing up. Hockey was her favorite and she would only miss a professional game on IV for her other favorite hobbies, going to the casino or bingo! She had a life well lived and filled with love. Please join the family for a graveside Memorial Service to honor Joan's life on Thursday, February 2 at 2:00 p.m at Oak Mound Cemetery under the guidance of Pastors Richard and Melba Rilea. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to St. Jude's or to a charity of your choice. EAGLES Continued from Page 9 in league play while the Eagles slipped to 3-3. "We played one bad quar- ter and they made us pay," Cloverdale coach Rick Berry said of a 21-12 Lower Lake second quarter that gave the Trojans a 33-26 halftime lead. With Cloverdale making a serious run at Lower Lake late in the game, it was a deep 3-pointer by the Trojans' Aleia Milano (22 points) that held the Eagles off. Vanessa Hughes sank a pair of free throws moments later to seal the victory. "That shot (by Milano) was probably five feet behind the arc near the top of the key," Berry said. The Trojans connected on a dozen 3-pointers overall, including three by Claire Alderson (13 points), who had one of her better nights on offense this season, according to head coach Dave Milano. "You have to give them credit for making that many," Berry said of the 12 Lower Lake 3-pointers. Lower Lake had four play- ers score in double figures to Cloverdale's two. Besides Figueroa, Teyha Bird had 16 points. "You can't play that type of defense and expect to win," Berry said of the 66 points allowed by the Eagles. A night earlier against St. Helena, a game that was rescheduled from Jan. 17 when the Saints' bus broke down on the way to Cloverdale, the Eagles couldn't do much of anything right for a quarter and a haft. Cloverdale led just 8-7 with 4:20 left in the second quarter when the switch finally flipped on. The Eagles closed the quarter with a 9-3 run to open up a 17-10 halftime advantage. The Eagles didn't waste time putting the game out of reach during a 27-1 third quarter. Bird scored 12 of her 15 points in the period and Figueroa scored nine of her team-leading 19. Cloverdale nearly shut out St. Helena in the quarter but the Saints hit the second of two free throws with 2.2 sec- onds remaining. The Eagles took a 44-11 lead into the fourth quarter when the reserves took over. Less Paiin. Faster Recovery. Learn how new minimally invasive surgical techniques for knee hip replacement can get you back to doing the things you love, Our breakthrough knee and hip replacement could have you up and walking the same day, thanks to new minimally invasive surgical techniques. Orthopedic surgeon Dr, Ryan Moore will help you learn about surgical options and their proprietary techniques, Amongst other prestigious awards, St. Helena Hospital's Coon Joint Replacement Institute has been rated by US News & World Report to be in the top 10% of hospitals in California and high performer in orthopedics. 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