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Mary E. McGuire

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From page A2 | January 09, 2014 |

McGuire, Mary

d. Dec. 29, 2013
Mary E. McGuire earned her wings on Dec. 29, 2013, after a long a courageous battle with cancer. Mary was born in Fort Scott, Kan., to Harry and Pearl Lincoln in July 1951. Mary and her family moved to California in 1953 then settled in Dixon in 1965, where Mary graduated high school in 1969.
Mary had two wonderful children, Christina and Steven. Mary raised them both with love and strong family values. On Feb. 5, 1983, Mary married the love of her life, Jeffrey. They too had a son, David, and soon became an even bigger family.
Mary worked for more than 30 years in the title and escrow industry, where she made many lifetime friends. Mary is survived by her loving husband, Jeffrey McGuire, daughter Tina(Efren) Canchola; sons, Steven Pike and David McGuire; grandkids, Eric and Andrew Nelson, Cheyanne Pike and Mia Canchola; great-grandkids, Byran and Jennie Nelson; brother, James(Cheri) Lincoln; sisters, Dinah(Bob)Greenstreet and Lisa Lincoln; and many nieces and nephews. Mary was predeceased in death by her parents Harry and Pearl Lincoln and granddaughter Samantha Ashburn.
Join the family in celebrating Mary’s life at 1 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 26, at the Woodland Elks Lodge on Bush Street. The Family of Mary would like to send a special thank you to Mary’s physician, Dr. Sandeep Bains with Kaiser Davis, and to the team from Yolo Hospice.

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