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Jean Marguerite Berettini – April 19, 2019

Friday, April 26th, 2019

Jean Marguerite Berettini

The family sadly announces the passing of Jean Marguerite Berettini age 93 at Banner Lassen Hospital Friday, April 19, 2019.

Jean was born November 09, 1925 in a log cabin near Albin Wyoming. She was a resident of Lassen County for 78 years having moved with her parents from Yerington Nevada to the Sierra Army Depot Herlong in 1941. Jean attended school in Smith Valley NV, Hawthorn NV and Yerington High School. She was a member of the Yerington High School Alumni association and enjoyed attending annual alumni picnic’s. Jean was primarily a homemaker but she had been a volunteer with the American Red Cross for many years and served several terms on the Lassen County Grand Jury.

Jean was preceded in death by husband Raymond A. Berettini, parents Jess and Jean Cunningham, sisters Betty Warner of Reno NV and Colleen Fletcher. Jean is survived by sons Terry L Cobb Sr (Gloria) of Janesville, Gary L Cobb (Rosalie-deceased) of Thompson Falls MT. and Michael G Cobb (Barbara) of Susanville. 10 grandchildren, Stephen Cobb (Christa), Gina Little (Jerome), Erin Cobb (Jud), Jesse Cobb (deceased), Tina Dean (Pat), Terry Cobb (Kerri), Robert Cobb (Veniessa). Connie Davis, Kelli Cobb White, Casey Cobb (Marcie) 21 great grandchildren, 25 great great grandchildren and numerous nieces and nephews.

Services will be held Saturday, May 04 at 11:00 a.m. at Walton’s Colonial Mortuary in Susanville with Private family interment to follow at a family plot in the Janesville Cemetery. In lieu of flowers please make donations to a charity of your choice.


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