Capitola-Soquel January Death Notices

See obituaries of people from Capitola and Soquel that passed away over the last month.

The following people with ties to Capitola and Soquel died in the last month. Click their names to read full obituaries. 

Beverly Regan Bargetto: Resident of Soquel. She was a winemaker and teacher. Passed away Jan. 14. She was 88. 

Kendyl Louise Uppstrom Evans: Resident of Capitola. She battled cancer for three year. Passed away Jan. 6. She was 48. 

David H. Millang: Lived in Aptos and grew up Capitola. He was married for 68 years, served in the Korean War, worked in insurance and had seven great-grandchildren. Passed away Jan. 11. He was 90. 

Roy C. Pendley: Resident of Capitola. He was born in Alabama and loved racing cars. Passed away Jan. 23. He was 76. 

Hjordis Sofie Quitzau: Resident of Soquel. She was raised in Denmark and loved the Capitola Senior Center. Passed away Jan. 9. She was 79. 

Juanita Ramirez: Resident of Capitola. She was born in Texas and was a gifted gardener. Passed away Jan. 9. She was 77. 

Hazel Viola Santos: Former resident of Capitola. She was a taxi driver in Capitola in the 1960s. She was 91.  

Regina Ann Gray: Resident of Soquel. She went to San Jose State and was devoted to her church. Passed away Jan. 3. She was 64. 

William S. Hay: Resident of Soquel. He was a marine in the 1940s and ran for county supervisor at 84. Passed away Jan. 11. He was 89. 

Robert N. Heppe: Resident of Soquel. He was stationed in Germany in the Army and was later an elementary school teacher. Passed away Jan. 18. He was 77. 

Gregory Melendy: Resident of Soquel. Graduated from Soquel High School in 2005 and died of leukemia on Jan. 21. He was just 25.   

Lorene M. Putney: Resident of Soquel. Passed away Jan. 13. She was 99. 

Loretta Dolores Szychowski: Resident of Soquel. She was a military wife for 18 years and worked for the post office in Soquel for 23 years. Passed away Jan. 23. She was 83. 

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