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Best, Vergil  
In Loving Memory of Vergil L. Best Jr. Vergil L. Best was born in Ft. Smith, Arkansas, July 25th 1934. He went to meet his Lord on November 15th 2014. He is survived by his beloved wife Fay of 62 years. He is also survived by his two sisters Nina Walsh and Bobbie Stilwell-David. Nieces, nephews, church family and friends, too numerous to mention. He served in the Navy in the 50's, worked for the county of Orange as a GSA Property Manager. He retired early to volunteer at Rolling Hills Covenant Church where he served faithfully. He was a great man of God who served us all with strength and love. He will be forever remembered and dearly missed. Service will be held 11:00 am at Rolling Hills Covenant Church November 21st. Please sign the guest book at or
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Published in Daily Breeze on Nov. 20, 2014
Bonich., Michael John  
Michael John Bonich Michael John Bonich 66 years old, lifelong San Pedro resident joined his parents John and Mary Ann and brother Greg in heaven on November 7, 2014. Mike was a paratrooper and served in the United States Army 82nd Airborne from which he was honorably discharged in January 1967, shortly after he married Margie they shared 20 years as husband and wife. After they divorced they forever remained best of friends; they shared a special bond that could never be replaced. Mike worked for the US Postal Service as a mailman for 18 years, and retired from Henderson Company as a truck driver ; in which he belonged to the Teamsters Union Local 572. The most important thing in his life was his family, a proud father and grandfather he lived for us! My dad was a smart man, he loved to read and could be spotted wearing a Hawaiian shirt or his army jacket walking around town with a bright smile carrying a book and a newspaper under his arm making friends wherever he went. He was a loving, caring , friendly man with high hopes and a positive attitude. He would talk your ear off but it was always an intelligent, respectful conversation. Mike may not have had a lot of money but he had a heart of gold and would spend his last few dollars to cook for the whole neighborhood . That made him happy ; his family, good music and good food. He may be gone but he will never be forgotten. He is survived by his daughter Michelle Bonich, and his grandchildren Alberto Jr and Christopher Michael Encinas, and his "monkey" Angelina Renee Bonich in which he was very proud in all they did! Join us in a memorial to celebrate Mike's life on Friday November 21, 2014, 6:15pm at Church of the Nazarene located at 811 W 11 st. San Pedro CA 90731 Any donations or flowers can be sent to the church. Please sign the guestbook at .
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Published in Daily Breeze on Nov. 19, 2014
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