OBITUARIES / FROM A1 A5 Thursday, September 24, 2020 APPEAL-DEMOCRAT Jeffrey W. Zwald Anthony Louis Spallino Pamela Rose Strickland Jeffrey W. Zwald, 54, o f Yuba Ci t y , CA, passed away September 11, 2020, at his home in Yuba City, CA. Jeff was born to Joe and Donna Zwald on November 21, 1966. Jeff was a life long resident of Yuba City. He graduated from Yuba City High School Class of "84". Jeff enjoyed camping, fishing, swimming and anything to do with the water. He also loved to go to casinos (a lot!). Jeff is preceded i n death by both of his parents, Joe and Donna Zwald. Jeff is survived by his wife, Kathy of Yuba City; 5 sons, Paul and David of New York, and Bryan, Jaymes and Steven of Yuba City; and 4 grandchildren of New York. A service will be held on Saturday, September 26, 2020, 11 am, at Ullrey Memorial Chapel. Following the service there will be a celebration of life at 1238 Maple Ave., YC. Everyone is welcome. Arrangements are under t he direction of Ullrey Memorial Chapel. Ant h o n y L o u i s Spallino, 35, passed away Friday, September 18th, 2020, at his home in Yuba City, CA. Anthony comes from a very close and loving family. Words can’t express how the sudden loss of Anthony has affected his family and friends. He is survived by his parents, Joe and Eloise Spallino; his older brother, Joey Spallino; and his 4 children: Maia Lynn Spallino 13, Anthony Joseph Spallino 13, Haleigh Spallino 8, and Charleigh Spallino 4; he had a huge heart, and loved them dearly. Anthony’s personality and wit made him very popular i n t he Yuba Sutter area and he was liked and loved by many friends. Anthony loved baseball. He was an i mpressive 3rd baseman, pitcher and hitter for the Yuba City Honkers and went by the nick name “Beano!” He later coached baseball, passing on the fundamentals he was so passionate about. Anthony l oved to fish. He grew up fishing with his Dad, and later spent much of his time fishing with family and close friends. Anthony had a close relationship with God and was a loving father. “Anthony… You will be missed and always remembered…rest i n Peace…we Love You!” Pamela Rose Strickland passed from this life on September 20, 2020, at Rideout Memorial Hospital, she was 63. She was born on June 3, 1957, i n Yuba City, CA, to Vurl and Rose Sharp. Pamela was raised in Olivehurst, CA, graduating from Marysville High School i n 1975. She had two siblings, her brother Rick and her sister Dawn. I n S e p t e mber o f 1975, she married her husband Ron Strickland. This September marked 45 years of family, love and marriage. Together t hey have three children; Kris born in 1977, Amanda born in 1980 and Nick born in 1982. Pamela l oved her family and she especially adored her grandkids and enjoyed being their Nana. She loved all family and holiday celebrations and was known f o r her amazing pies she would bring. She enjoyed card games, Bejeweled, and her scenic rides in the car with Ron. She found great delight i n her flower garden and her stuffed teddy bear collection. Pamela is preceded in death by her mother and father, Rose and Vurl; and her brother, Richard Sharp. She is survived by her husband, Ron Strickland; sister, April Dawn Altrock; son, Kristopher Strickland and his wife Krystal; daughter, Amanda Ciro; son, Nick Strickland and wife Tina; grandchildren, Katrina, Trystin and his wife Hailey, Caleb, Annaka, Colbey, Isaiah, Logan, Lilly and Liam; and one great-grandchild, Oakley. She was a wonderful wife, the greatest mom and a very loved Nana. She will be missed g r e a t l y! Memorial services will be held at New Life Assembly, 5736 Arboga Rd., Olivehurst, CA on Friday, September 25, 2020, at 11am. Share online condolences at www.appealdemocrat.com Milo "Frank" Fryer Share online condolences at www.appealdemocrat.com Betty F. Sealy Milo "Frank" Fryer, 3 4 , o f S u t t e r , CA, passed away September 17, 2020, i n a tragic work accident. He is survived by his loving wife, Heather; daughter, Lucy; and son, Nate. He is preceded in death by his sister, Kelli. He is also survived by his mother, Tamara; sisters: Ami, Mandi, Roxxy, and Courtney; and brother, Michael. He had nine nieces and 11 nephews. Frank was a loving man, who wi l l b e missed by so many. He spent his free time outdoors with his family. The family will be holding a private celebration of life. Significant public safety legislation Betty F. Sealy passed away on Sunday, September 13, 2020, at her home in Yuba City. Born in Yuba City on June 8th 1936, to Paul and Norvall Stevenson. She was born a twin. She was a member of the J e h o v a h ’ s Wi t - nesses for over 50 years. Preceding her in death were her parents, husband, Douglas R. Sealy; an i nfant son, Gary Allen; 2 siblings, Paul R. Stevenson and her twin Bill J. Stevenson all of Yuba City. She is survived by her sister, Carol Howe of Yuba City and many nieces, nephews and cousins. The family world like to thank Lenore Fimbres for the loving care of Betty during these last years. Betty and Doug loved children and were Aunt and Uncle to many children of both friends and family. Private burial will be held at Sutter Cemetery. the ability of law enforcement and DAS to release copies of juvenile police records. AB 2512: Expands the number of defendants who can claim intellectual disability for purposes of avoiding the death penalty. two years for felony convictions and one year for misdemeanor convictions, with some exceptions. Currently, misdemeanor probation is three years and felony probation is five years, in most cases. AB 2425: Places limits on Yuba County District Attorney Clint Curry and other prosecutors around the state have their eye on a few bills waiting to be signed or vetoed by Gov. Gavin Newsom. AB 1950: Would limit terms of probation to Share online condolences at www.appealdemocrat.com How to Submit an Obituary Proposition 20 would walk back previous changes California voters will have the opportunity to walk back some of the changes made to the state’s justice system from Propositions 47 and 57. Proposition 20 would increase penalties for theft-related crimes, make it harder for someone to be released early from prison and allow law enforcement to collect DNA samples from adults convicted of certain misdemeanors. The ballot measure is supported by law enforcement and prosecutors. Lizzie Buchen, with the ACLU Northern California said the organization is opposed to the proposition because it will not make Californians safer, but will increase how many people are incarcerated. “This just goes against any commitment we say we have toward rehabilitation and towards people growing,” Buchen said. Supporters of the measure say it will make the community safer because people who would normally be incarcerated for certain thefts and drug possession are currently not being sufficiently punished. Counties will begin mailing ballots on Oct. 5, the last day to register to vote is Oct. 19, and election day is Nov. 3. Family members may place a paid obituary in the Appeal-democrat or choose a death notice that is published without charge. Share online condolences at www.appealdemocrat.com Free Death Notices Basic information published one time. ie: (LAST NAME) – (full name), (age), of (residence), passed away (date). 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