Toni Dale Carr

By From page A4 | January 05, 2014

Toni Carr

Nov. 30, 1943 — Dec. 24, 2013

Toni Dale Carr, 70, passed away on Tuesday, Dec. 24, 2013, at NorthBay Medical Center in Fairfield, Calif., following a brief struggle with complications associated with pulmonary fibrosis.

Toni was born Nov. 30, 1943, in Portland, Ore., to Frederic and Dorothy (Ziggy) Bradshaw (Ziegler). They preceded her in death.

Toni graduated from Los Gatos High School in 1962. She moved to Fairfield, Calif., in 1971. Toni retired from the Fairfield-Suisun Unified School District after more than 20 years of service in support of the district administration. Toni was an advocate of wild and domesticated animal support groups and donated significant time and money to their causes. In her younger years, she enjoyed horseback riding and showing her horse. She was an avid reader and gardener, she loved needlepoint and she spent many hours working on art projects in her home.

She is survived by ex-husbands, Robert Biles and Charles Carr; sister, Beckie Bradshaw; brother, Rick Bradshaw (Leslie Kelch); sons, Todd Hawkins and Robby Biles; and grandson, Trevor Hawkins. She was preceded in death by ex-husband, Dennis Hawkins.

Per Toni’s request, there will be no formal services held. Toni’s cremains will be scattered in the San Francisco Bay.

Arrangements are under the direction of Bryan-Braker Funeral Home. You may sign the guest book at www.bryanbraker.com.

Nancy Green


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