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Carmen Mc Reynolds Carmen Mc Reynolds was so independent and resourceful her family held out hope until the very last moment that she had escaped the Tubbs Fire — a conflagration that erased entire Santa Rosa neighborhoods in a matter of hours last week.

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Ress, Conners said, was “a tiny little thing” with big eyes and hair that smelled like strawberries. But she said the moment the coroner was able to confirm the death, “I just knew she was up there dancing like no one was watching.” “She made my life and my world a better place to be in because she was just so funny,” Conners said.Here are some of their stories: Stanley Coolidge and Roseann Hannah Stanley A. Coolidge had worked as an attorney in Yuba City for more than three decades and served as a reserve sheriff’s deputy, according to the Chico Enterprise Record.Coolidge, 78, and Roseann Marie Hannah, 53, perished at their home in Loma Rica in Yuba County when the Cascade fire began burning through the region on Oct. “He was the best dad anyone could ask for,” his son, Andrew Coolidge, a member of Chico’s city council, told the paper, “and a great grandpa to my children.” Hannah was the mother of adult twin sons, Jeffery and Jordan Hannah, who live in Grass Valley.“My crew of eight deputies and detectives found Margaret in the ashes of her home,” he told the Sacramento Bee.“She’d sent me a pre-Halloween card 10 days ago.” On the card, Stephenson is pictured dressed as a member of the royal family. “She was a wonderful, delightful person,” Allman told the paper.In Sonoma County alone, authorities said, some 50 people were unaccounted for as of Wednesday night.

Overall, 42 people have died in the fires burning across Northern California.

She’d had some health issues — Grave’s Disease and breathing troubles among them — but was full of life until the end, said her friend of 30 years, Cynthia Conners.

“To me she was like an angel on earth,” Conners said.

According to a 2009 Willits News article, Kirven was a biologist with a love for peregrine falcons.

In the mid-1960s, he helped collect data that revealed DDT and other chemicals were making the birds’ eggshells thin.

An avid traveler who loved hunting and fishing with her two daughters, Dixie and Windermere, her home was engulfed by flames from the Atlas Peak fire last Sunday evening.