In memory of
Marie Hayashida
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In memory of
Marie Hayashida
Marie Hayashida, a life-long resident of Placer County, passed away peacefully on Aug. 8 at a Roseville care home. She was 93. Marie was born on June 12, 1925 in Ophir, Calif. and graduated from high school at the Tule Lake internment camp. She later attended Hamline University in St. Paul, Minn., and graduated from San Francisco State University. Marie served as the first school secretary at Del Oro High School in Loomis. In 1972, the yearbook was dedicated to Marie and she was cited as, "Del Oro's Most Helpful Person." She was honored as grand marshal of the homecoming parade in 1975 and was inducted into the Del Oro High School Hall of Fame in 2011. Marie was married to the late Jack Hayashida for 58 years and was deeply devoted to her family. She is survived by her son, Don Hayashida, of Sacramento; daughters Dale Hayashida of Roseville; Diane Louie and her husband, Jake Louie, of Fremont; and daughter Judy Hayashida and her husband, Richard Hanner, of Woodbridge. She is survived by four grandchildren: Jeffrey Louie; Mitchell Hanner; Alex Hanner; Jennifer Louie Palacio; and one great-granddaughter, Mayume Louie Palacio. She is preceded in death by her husband, Jack; her mother and father, Kenzo and Yone Matsumoto; her brothers Ben and Tomi Matsumoto; her sister Amy Matsumoto; and granddaughter Courtney Mariko Hayashida. The family deeply appreciates the loving care provided to Marie in her last two years by the staff at the Oak Ridge Healthcare Center and her special care providers, Jeannette Patterson and Marianne Gonzales. Services are set at the Placer Buddhist Church in Penryn at 1 p.m. on Aug. 25. Sign the online guest book at auburnjournal.com.
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In memory of
Marie Hayashida
Marie Hayashida, a life-long resident of Placer County, passed away peacefully on Aug. 8 at a Roseville care home. She was 93. Marie was born on June 12, 1925 in Ophir, Calif. and graduated from high school at the Tule Lake internment camp. She later attended Hamline University in St. Paul, Minn., and graduated from San Francisco State University. Marie served as the first school secretary at Del Oro High School in Loomis. In 1972, the yearbook was dedicated to Marie and she was cited as, "Del Oro's Most Helpful Person." She was honored as grand marshal of the homecoming parade in 1975 and was inducted into the Del Oro High School Hall of Fame in 2011. Marie was married to the late Jack Hayashida for 58 years and was deeply devoted to her family. She is survived by her son, Don Hayashida, of Sacramento; daughters Dale Hayashida of Roseville; Diane Louie and her husband, Jake Louie, of Fremont; and daughter Judy Hayashida and her husband, Richard Hanner, of Woodbridge. She is survived by four grandchildren: Jeffrey Louie; Mitchell Hanner; Alex Hanner; Jennifer Louie Palacio; and one great-granddaughter, Mayume Louie Palacio. She is preceded in death by her husband, Jack; her mother and father, Kenzo and Yone Matsumoto; her brothers Ben and Tomi Matsumoto; her sister Amy Matsumoto; and granddaughter Courtney Mariko Hayashida. The family deeply appreciates the loving care provided to Marie in her last two years by the staff at the Oak Ridge Healthcare Center and her special care providers, Jeannette Patterson and Marianne Gonzales. Services are set at the Placer Buddhist Church in Penryn at 1 p.m. on Aug. 25. Sign the online guest book at auburnjournal.com.
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