Gone From Our Sight, But Never From Our Hearts
Known for his deep voice, dedication to community and passion for helping others, Allan Cameron passed away recently, and his legacy will forever be a big part of Santa Clarita. Allan was very involved with the Senior Center and contributed to making the annual Thanksgiving Feast a huge success. Allan was a musician, advocate and thought globally to those who knew him. He was also helpful in community organizing and played a major role with the original group that worked to make the SCV independent from Los Angeles County. He will be truly missed.
For 14 years Diana served as the president for the Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital Foundation she was instrumental in her role and was responsible for all fundraising programs at the Foundation, including planning, organizing, managing and marketing the fund development program as well as the development, recruitment and management of a 30-member board of directors and related committees, volunteers and support groups. She is fondly remembered for her leadership skills and community involvement. Diana Vose is survived by her husband, children, grandchildren and great grandchild most of who still call the Santa Clarita Valley home. Our deepest condolences to her family and friends.
Pat Allen, a long time Santa Clarita Resident, philanthropist and volunteer, passed away earlier this year. Pat was very involved in the community always there to lend a hand and help non-profit organizations, she was a wife and mother to four beautiful children who always remembered their mother giving back. After retiring from Lockheed she delved into the the community lending a hand wherever needed.
For her efforts she was awarded Woman of the Year and was well known by many as being a super volunteer. She was a woman of so much passion and energy and will always hold a piece of the community’s heart.
Rob McFerren was the co-owner of Wolf Creek Restaurant and Brewing Company. Together with his wife Laina, he turned a small dream into a go-to place for family fun in the Santa Clarita Valley. It is with a heavy heart we share that Rob has passed away and his work will continue to be a major part of the community. He is remembered through his kind and quiet nature and will be deeply missed. Our hearts go out to the McFerren family. Rob is survived by his wife and two daughters.
Jake Worden was a driven and outgoing student who was lost too early. Worden grew up in the Philippines with his mother and came back to California to attend school where he earned top marks and was set to graduate this Spring. Worden had a bright future ahead of him and is survived by his father, Leon Worden, his mother, Wilma Medina Worden; older brother Juan Alfonso Medina and
step-mother Susan Shapiro.
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