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Paige Strohbin-Haley

Services for baby Paige Isabelle Strohbin-Haley of Grass Valley will be conducted at 11 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 31, at Trinity Episcopal Church, 201 Nevada Street in Nevada City. Services will be officiated by Father Christopher Seal. Burial will follow at Camptonville Cemetery

Paige died Sunday, Jan. 18, at Sierra Nevada Memorial Hospital.

She was born Sunday, Jan. 18, at Sierra Nevada Memorial Hospital, to Ross Brenton Haley and Julie Elizabeth Strohbin.



She is survived by her parents, Ross Haley and Julie Strohbin of Grass Valley; great-grandmothers Martha Jean Rollins Strohbin Kulstad of Grass Valley and Shirley Gibson of Stockton; great-grandfather, Richard Middaugh of Grass Valley; great-grandparents, Glen and Lillian Edmiston of Camptonville; grandfathers, Lester Strohbin of North San Juan and Ian Haley of Camptonville; grandmothers Donna Gibson Strohbin of North San Juan and Barbara Middaugh of Grass Valley; uncle, Ryan Haley of Camptonville; aunts Alanna and Alissa Haley of Camptonville; great-uncles Don Gibson Jr. of Etna, Wyo., Darrin Gibson of Jackson and Bill Strohbin of Camptonville; great-aunts Deana Johnson of Etna, Wyo., Laura Strohbin Frisch Cobler of the East Coast and Bernice Strohbin of Camptonville; and cousins Susan Frisch Kristen, Ken Cobler, Taresa and Billy Strohbin, and Mike, Lester, and David Strohbin.

She was preceded in death by her uncle Jesse William Strohbin in 1996; great-grandfathers Don Gibson Sr. in 1995, Barney Kulstad in 1993, and Lester J. Strohbin; and great-great-grandparents, Lester and Irma Strohbin.




Memorial contributions may be made to the trust fund set up in the baby’s name at Placer Sierra Bank, 757 Sutton Way, Grass Valley 95945.

Arrangements are under the direction of Hooper and Weaver Mortuary.


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