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By Barbara Diamond, coastlinepilot@latimes.com | November 11, 2010
Bea Field, who came out of retirement to lead Laguna Beach Seniors Inc. in the successful transition from the cramped Legion Hall to the spacious Susi Q, has retired. Carole Zavala, who convinced Field to apply for the job as executive director of the seniors group about four years ago, is heading the search for a new director. "Bea proved to be a godsend," said Chris Quilter, president of the seniors. "She has a great set of skills and she is local — the kind of leader you fall in love with.
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October 21, 2010
Suri is an 11-month-old German Shepherd who is "extremely smart" and a "fabulous companion. " For adoption information, call Gina at (949) 499-1988.
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February 11, 2005
SUZIE HARRISON The St. Regis Resort Monarch Beach was aglow Saturday night with celebrities shining at "Art for AIDS IV: An Evening with Cybill Shepherd," a gala benefit for AIDS Services Foundation Orange County and Laguna Art Museum. Each event is different. "This year was an intimate, smaller scale event," Al Roberts, event chair and president and founder of AIDS Services Foundation, said. "It's important to note after three really large events, with stars like Elizabeth Taylor and last year's tribute concert by Tom Petty."
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April 30, 2004
Daniel Edwin Barber Daniel Edwin Barber of Laguna Beach died April 23 after a long battle with colon cancer. He was 62. The self-employed contractor's enjoyment of life was contagious and he had the generous ability to share his talents, wit and gentle kindness, family members said. He was fiercely proud and deeply loved his wife, son and all of his many family members. Mr. Barber is survived by wife Connie; son Daniel; daughters Tanya and Dawn Rainbow; step-children Shauna and Michael; sisters Kathy, Sally and Kimberly; brothers Larry Shepherd and Mike, Pat and John Barber; parents Charles and Lucille Shepherd; and five grandchildren.
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By Barbara Diamond, coastlinepilot@latimes.com | November 11, 2010
Bea Field, who came out of retirement to lead Laguna Beach Seniors Inc. in the successful transition from the cramped Legion Hall to the spacious Susi Q, has retired. Carole Zavala, who convinced Field to apply for the job as executive director of the seniors group about four years ago, is heading the search for a new director. "Bea proved to be a godsend," said Chris Quilter, president of the seniors. "She has a great set of skills and she is local — the kind of leader you fall in love with.
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