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Nolan “Ozzie” Davis Resident of Alamo Nolan “Ozzie” Davis was born in 1932 and was raised in Montclair, California. Just out of high school, he met the love of his life Velia (Vee) Delgado. Coast Guard. During the majority of his time in the Coast Guard, the young couple lived in the Lime Point Lighthouse under the Golden Gate Bridge. His job was to protect the bay waters even though he was very susceptible to seasickness. Fresh out of the service, Ozzie followed in his father’s footsteps, opening a small used car lot on Mission Boulevard in Hayward. Finding success with his first lot, he opened a larger lot down the street. His keen business sense and impeccable timing led to great success in the auto business. Three children, Sheryl, Michael and Gary, completed their family. In the 1960s, the family moved from city life to explore the ways of life in the country. Palomares Canyon in Castro Valley proved to be a perfect location to raise a family. uggs on sale He quickly became a fixture in the Palomares community. Through 4 H the family learned to raise horses, pigs, sheep and a variety of other animals. Endless social gatherings endeared Ozzie to the canyon crowd. There were many Raider games, uggs on sale barbequing for parties in his homemade “Mexican Pressure Cooker” and 4 H auctions that bonded the canyon crowd. The neighbors in this tight knit group would go to the ends of the earth for each other like the time they worked together tirelessly to save a friend’s house from sliding down the hill after a particularly bad rainstorm. In 1966, he opened a Pontiac/Rambler Dealership in downtown Livermore, and soon thereafter added a Toyota franchise. Ozzie became a mover and shaker on the Livermore scene, even sitting on the board of the Livermore Rodeo Association. He helped shape the Rodeo’s marketing and operations and took pride in driving his steer horn adorned convertibles in the rodeo parades. His acute business sense led him to relocate his dealership to Dublin in the 1980s. At the time of the move, Livermore’s Mayor, Dale Turner sent him a letter stating Livermore was sorry to see him go, because Ozzie Davis Pontiac/Toyota was the highest tax producing business in Livermore. Ozzie’s foresight and creativity propelled the Dublin dealership to California’s number one Toyota franchise; taking in such unusual down payments as a horse, diamond ring and slot machine. His business acumen and dedication set an example for his uggs on sale children that hard work pays off. As a young man, Ozzie held an interest in hunting, and as time passed his interest grew to an obsession for worldwide big game hunting. This passion took him from the wilds of Mozambique, Africa to the Rainforest in South America. To date, he holds several Boone and Crockett world records and his trophies are currently on display in The W uggs on sale ildlife Experience Museum in Colorado. After retiring in 1989, his love of the Hispanic culture and customs drew him to spend half his time in Cabo San Lucas. When he wasn’t deep sea fishing or golfing, he found joy distributing clothes to the needy. For years, he collected used clothing and hauled bags upon bags to Cabo. He would seek out the poorest barrios to distribute clothes. It was hard to tell who had bigger smile, Ozzie or the lucky recipients of the free clothing. One of his greatest delights was spending time with family, including his son in law Bill and daughter in law Lori. From the time they were young, Ozzie taught his grandchildren Jennifer, Michelle, and Lauren the joys of fishing. His great grandchildren Alexa, Emery, and Braydon brought him such happiness; he looked forward to each and every visit. Ozzie is survived by his loving wife of 59 years, Velia.

“Ozzie, the man, the myth, the legend, and my mentor. Ozzie was true treasure to the world. I was just.”

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SHE uggs on sale ERAN, Nita NITA BLACK SHEERAN Sheeran, Nita Black, 98, passed away August 10, 2010 at Budd Terrace, Atlanta, GA. where she had resided since 2005. Born February 21, 1912 in Blakely, GA, Nita was the second youngest and the remaining sibling of five; 2 brothers Charles and Emory and 2 sisters, Ruth and Willie Rhea. In 1940 Nita became a registered nurse, having earned her certification at the Capitol City School of Nursin uggs on sale g in Washington, DC. Her devotion and dedication to her profession would span forty years of active service. Even in her nineties it was not uncommon to hear her proudly remind everyone in attendance at the dining table that she was indeed a Registered Nurse! Following graduation from Capitol City (with a bit of wanderlust yet coursing in those youthful veins), Nita applied and was accepted by TWA Airlines as a flight attendant. These were the early days in aviation before cabins were pressurized, and when passengers were handed paper bags and gum upon being seated. Indeed only registered nurses were accepted for the prestigious attendant positions! She flew primarily between Kansas City, Chicago, Detroit and New York. She loved flying so much that she came within 15 hours flight time of receiving her pilot’s license. In 1942 Nita married the dashing Irishman Charles Earl Sheeran from Hardinsburg, KY and together over twenty five years they built a beautiful life throughout the south in connection with Earls’ position with Colgate Palmolive. From Alabama to Tennessee to South Carolina, Nita and Earl ultimately moved back to Louisville in the late 50’s, “home” by then for the majority of the Sheeran family. Nita resumed her nursing career at Kentucky Baptist Hospital while caring for Earl until his heath in 1965. In 1982 life had not yet settled down. Relocating again from Louisville to care for her sister Ruth, who was ill with cancer, Nita remained in Dothan, AL until 2003. Ultimately her final home became Atlanta where Nita spent the rest of her life in the loving company and care of her daughter Dinah. She loved to watercolor and has left a beautiful legacy of wildlife paintings to her family. She loved beautiful clothes and fabrics and tailored her own and her daughter’s wardrobe for years; many beautiful baby clothes remain from her talented hands. She collected stamps with a passion! Nita was always the consummate caregiver; she was a strong willed woman in her beliefs and her faith. Her life reflected a woman whose strength had been honed by hard work and reso uggs on sale lute determination and courage to succeed. Her principles were grounded in a perspective of what she believed was good and right uggs on sale and to that she was true and steadfast in the face of her God and her family. We will never forget mother, grandmother, great grandmother, Aunt Nita. It has been quite a long ride from 1912, from those horses that she loved so dearly and from the hardships of those humble beginnings on a South Georgia farm. Family members include her daughter, Dinah Sheeran Stonis of Atlanta; niece Shirley Black of Leary, GA; nephews Emory and Bobby Black of Leary and Charles Black of Albany, GA; grandsons Luke Stonis of Columbus, OH and Kyle Stonis of Atlanta. Great grandchildren Jack and Adeline Stonis and Ava Stonis. Her funeral Mass will be held at 12 Noon Monday at St. Raphael Church, Lancashire Avenue at Bardstown Road, with burial in Calvary. Sunday at Ratterman and Sons, 3800 Bardstown Road. Memorial gifts may be given to St. Raphael Church.