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Larrianne Simmons Glashoff

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From page A4 | June 09, 2013 |

Sept. 6, 1958 — May 6, 2013

Larrianne Simmons Glashoff peacefully passed away in Medford, Ore.,  on May 6, 2013 with her son and mother by her side.

Larrianne was born at the Little Fairfield Clinic on Sept. 6, 1958 to James Larry and Nanciann Gregg Simmons.

Larrianne attended Fairview, Waterman and K.I. Jones Elementary Schools and Green Valley Middle School graduating in 1977 from Armijo High School. She a member of the “Armijo Super Band” carrying one of the letters of ARMIJO that lead the band. She worked many years as a waitress, beginning at Dave’s Giant Burger. She became the restaurant manager at Main 627 in Suisun City and a manager for Fairfield City Sports Bar & Grill.

In the 1990s, she went back to school and majored in office management and obtained a degree in construction law from UC Davis. She became a contractor’s assistant for Mertz Masonry in Dixon and managed the Glashoff Art Gallery at Manka’s Corner for several years. She was a contractor’s assistant for a computer firm in Fairfield until her failing health forced her into early retirement. The majority of her life she lived in Fairfield with the last two years spent in Ashland, Ore.

Larrianne is survived by her son, Chadbourne A. Glashoff of Suisun Valley; her mother, Nanciann Gregg of Fairfield; and her father, James L. Simmons of Mabank, Texas; brothers, Edwin Taylor of Fairfield, James Simmons Jr. and Richard Simmons both of Los Angeles; aunts, Betsy Armstrong of Gun Barrel, Texas and Charlene Caudle of Vacaville; the father of her son, Phillip  Glashoff of Suisun Valley; and her baptismal family, Allan Vinum, Lyn Vinum Baldridge of Dunnigan and Scott Vinum of Vacaville.

Larrianne is predeceased by her brother, Gregg William Simmons; maternal grandparents, Charles Gregg and Leota Ruffing; and her paternal grandparents, William and Maxine Boone; uncle, William  Boone Jr.; godmother, Sandra Upton Vinum; and two of her best friends, Nancy Carr and Stormy Marinovich Coleman.

There will be a celebration of Larrianne’s life from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, June 15 at the Cordelia Fire Hall in Fairfield.

In lieu of flowers the family has set up a scholarship fund in memory of Larrianne Simmons Glashoff.  If you wish to contribute, mail your tax-deductible check to: Armijo Alumni Association, Inc., P O Box 460, Fairfield, CA 94533.

Brad Stanhope

Brad Stanhope

Brad Stanhope is a former Daily Republic editor. He began his career at the DR in the last millennium. He spent 24 years as a sports editor, associate editor and news editor before leaving the Daily Republic in 2014. Brad lives in Suisun City with his wife, Mrs. Brad, and two sons. He enjoys cheese.
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  • William D. HuffJune 09, 2013 - 5:54 pm

    Nanciann, Your lovely daughter was about the same age as my daughter, Karen who frequented Main 627. I am sure they knew each other. AS you know my Vic passed at about the same age as Lorrainne. It is hard for a parent to lose a child. Our prayers are with you. I have lots of memories of you and your family. May you find peace and comfort soon. Dave Huff

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