Au­drey Yates

Fe­bru­ary 18, 1916 - May 17,2018

San Francisco Chronicle - Late Edition (Sunday) - - LIFETRIBUTES -

In lov­ing mem­ory of Au­drey Yates. A mother of three, a grand­mother of three, a great grand­mother of two and a great great grand­mother of four. She is pre­de­ceased by her hus­band, Dou­glas Yates, son, Gary Goulart and daugh­ter, Star­lene Yates Forbes. She is sur­vived by daugh­ter, Re­nee’ Yates and all grand­chil­dren. Au­drey was born in Auburn, Cal­i­for­nia and lived on the cat­tle ranch the early years of her life. She then moved to the town of Auburn, where she went to school. She moved to San Fran­cisco, Cal­i­for­nia in her 20’s . She went to beauty school to get her beau­ti­cians li­cense. She worked for the Rex­all Owl Drug Co. for a num­ber of years. She met her hus­band, Dou­glas Yates at the El Pa­tio Ball­room in San Fran­cisco when he was sta­tioned on Trea­sure Is­land Naval Base. He was 25 years in the US Navy. Au­drey passed away at home. She was 102 years old. She had a good life and had a great love of an­i­mals (for which her daugh­ter, Re­nee’, will al­ways be grate­ful). She man­aged the hos­pi­tal side of Pets Un­lim­ited for a num­ber of years when it was on Sacra­mento Street in San Fran­cisco. (Just some of her work­ing his­tory). Au­drey was laid to rest with a grave site ser­vice at Holy Cross Ceme­tery on June 6th with her daugh­ter, Star­lene. Rest in peach mother. Miss you and un­til we meet again.

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