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CcHforn'.an KING CITY Angelo Mario Pozzi Jr. Angelo Mario Pozzi Jr., 90, of King City passed away Thursday, Sept 15, 2005, at Eden Valley Care Center in Soledad after a lengthy illness. illness. He was born May 7, 1915, on the family home ranch in King City. He lived his entire life on the home ranch where he was born. In those days, the area was called the Colburn district district and he attended the Colburn Colburn one-room one-room one-room school house for his grammar education years. Then it was in to King City High School, then the last two years were in Switzerland. In 1937 he brought his young bride, Rose Vosti, to live on the ranch. Together with his father, Angelo Pozzi Sr., and his brother, Albert Pozzi, he ran Pozzi Brothers Dairy. In 1940, a son was born, Gary William, and three years later a daughter, Ermalene Marie: Their family was complete. In 1968 Angelo and Albert agreed it was time to retire and take life easy. This made more time to enjoy his favorite pastimes: bowling, roller-skating, roller-skating, roller-skating, movies, fishing and spending summers at Lake San Antonio teaching many to water ski. He was preceded in death by his parents, Angelo Pozzi Sr., Amelia Luchessa Pozzi, and his brother, Albert PozzL He leaves his wife of 68 years, Rose Pozzi; his son, Gary Pozzi (Nancy), and daughter, Ermalene Plaskett (Edward "Bud"); four grandchildren, grandchildren, Mark Pozzi (Angela), Michelle Orradre (James), Brian Pozzi (Erinn), Steven Taylor (Lessa); seven great-grandchildren, great-grandchildren, great-grandchildren, Stephen and Sydney Orradre, Owen and Max Pozzi, Valley, Lucas and Zoie Taylor; and numerous numerous cousins both here and in Switzerland. Pallbearers are Gary Pozzi, Edward "Bud" Pickett, Mark Pozzi, Brian Pozzi, Steven Taylor and James Orradre. Graveside services: 1030 am today, Sept. 21, at King City Cemetery. A reception will follow at St Johns Parish Hall in King City. . Memorials: In Angelo's memory can be made to Alzheimer's research or to the charity of choice. Arrangements: Whitehurst-Grim Whitehurst-Grim Whitehurst-Grim Funeral Service, 429 Bassett St, King City.