Legendary Locals of Ukiah

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Mountains. Trees. A lake. What makes a city, town, or village come to life are the people—those who have gone before and those who are there today. They are what shape and build the community of Ukiah. With their personalities, foibles, compassion, and humor, some of these influential men and women stand out by design and some quietly exist on the sidelines. Utah Haley, a disabled veteran, drives other veterans to doctors' appointments. Rick Paige is always the first on-scene to help in a disaster. Spencer Brewer started the "Sundays in the Park" free concerts more than two decades ago. Ukiah is a town that supports its businesses, and those same local businesses give back to the community in many ways. Shannon Riley of Shoefly and Sox holds an annual shoe drive. Jan Hoyman and Doug Browe of Hoyman Browe Studios donate countless pieces of their work to charitable auctions. Ann Kilkenny of Mendocino Book Company gives time and assistance to local organizations. Marty Lombardi, who spent 40 years with Savings Bank of Mendocino, was always lending a helping hand to local nonprofits.
ISBN: 9781467101820
Format: Paperback
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
State: California
Series: Legendary Locals
Images: 147
Pages: 128
Dimensions: 6.5 (w) x 9.25 (h)
Darline Bergere is a former newspaper columnist from the San Francisco Bay Area and a longtime Ukiah resident. She has gathered images from the Grace Hudson Museum, Held-Poage Historical Museum, Mendocino County Museum, and private collections to illustrate some of Ukiah's most notable men and women.
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