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Genevieve Deichelbohrer
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Salas Brothers Funeral Chapel was in charge of arrangements for Genevieve Eileene Murray Deichelbohrer, 98, of Turlock. The Ceres native died Dec. 25, 2011.

Burial was at Ceres Memorial Park.

Born Dec. 1, 1913 in Ceres, Genevieve was a lifelong resident of Stanislaus County. She attended Ceres Grammar School and graduated from Ceres High School in 1931. She married William Deichelbohrer in 1934 and they owned Modesto Automotive, Ceres Super Service and Ceres Automotive Service. She was secretary of the Ceres Womans Club in 1942 and president in 1943. Mrs. Deichelbohrer was a member of the Ceres Volunteer Fire Department Auxiliary and a former member of the Ceres American Legion Auxiliary. During World War II she chaired the Ceres area war chest drive. Genevieve also worked for Village Drug Store, Moore's For Men & Women, and Ceres Water Works. She moved to Turlock in 1999.

She leaves behind several nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her husband William Deichelbohrer, son Harold Deichelbohrer, three brothers and three sisters.

-Ceres Courier/ January 11, 2012