Funeral Homes near Cedarville
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Cedarville (formerly, Surprise Valley and Deep Creek) is a census-designated place located 20 miles (32 km) east of Alturas, at an elevation of 4,652 feet (1,418 m), in Modoc County, California.
It was revealed by Register Guard on July 15th, 2018 that Donald Charles Beeson passed away in Eugene, Oregon. Beeson was 96 years old and was born in Cedarville, CA. Send flowers to express your sympathy and honor Donald Charles's life.
It was written by Napa Valley Register on October 26th, 2016 that Lynn Claire Parkening passed on in Cedarville, California. Parkening was 76 years old and was born in Omaha, NE. Send flowers to express your sympathy and honor Lynn Claire's life.
It was reported on June 25th, 2015 that Pauline Mae Fowler passed on in Salem, Oregon. Fowler was 87 years old and was born in Cedarville, CA. Send flowers to express your sympathy and honor Pauline Mae's life.
It was written by The Mail Tribune on May 29th, 2013 that Mary Earlene Workinger (Benner) passed away in Medford, Oregon. Ms. Workinger was 92 years old and was born in Cedarville, CA. Send flowers to express your sorrow and honor Mary Earlene's life.
It was revealed by Reno Gazette-Journal on February 17th, 2013 that Mitchell Dennis "Mitch" Ugalde passed away in Yerington, Nevada. Ugalde was 50 years old and was born in Cedarville, CA. Send flowers to share your condolences and honor Mitchell Dennis "Mitch"'s life.
It was written by Auburn Journal on August 18th, 2011 that James Earl Bond perished in Cedarville, California. Bond was 75 years old. Send flowers to express your sorrow and honor James Earl's life.
An area attraction is the Warner Mountains, most of which are inside Modoc National Forest. In 1867 a trading post was being run by William Cressler and John Bonner, who later also built the first road over Cedar Pass, connecting Surprise Valley (Modoc County, California) Valley to Alturas, California and the rest of Modoc County. Cedarville Airport is located along Surprise Valley Road north of State Route 299.
Surprise Valley offers hiking, fishing, birding, skiing, hunting, petroglyphs, photography, pioneer history and scenery. By 1880 the town was the largest in the valley, with a population of around 220.
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