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Grass Valley woman celebrates 107th birthday

Norma Lobaugh celebrated her 107th birthday Thursday and continues to be a bright light at Golden Empire Nursing & Rehab Center in Grass Valley. She was born on Oct. 29, 1908 in Grangeville, Idaho. She graduated from the University of Oregon in 1931 with her teaching credential and was an English teacher for eight years in Orland, Calif. In 1945 her daughter, Janice, was born in Oakland and in 1959 she worked as a speech and hearing pathologist for the Moreland school district where she rotated between schools helping children with their speech and hearing problems. She retired in 1969 to be able to help her daughter with her granddaughter, Linda M. Tamburri.
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Norma Lobaugh celebrated her 107th birthday Thursday and continues to be a bright light at Golden Empire Nursing & Rehab Center in Grass Valley. She was born on Oct. 29, 1908 in Grangeville, Idaho. She graduated from the University of Oregon in 1931 with her teaching credential and was an English teacher for eight years in Orland, Calif. In 1945 her daughter, Janice, was born in Oakland and in 1959 she worked as a speech and hearing pathologist for the Moreland school district where she rotated between schools helping children with their speech and hearing problems. She retired in 1969 to be able to help her daughter with her granddaughter, Linda M. Tamburri.


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