CARLSEN, LANDESMAN, LINDHEIMER


[Marin County Obit Board]


Posted by cathy gowdy on Monday, September 23, 2019 at 11:29:46 :

Marin Independent Journal
Saturday, December 8, 1990

Shurlia Carlsen
Mill Valley resident

Shurlia Carlsen, a resident of Mill Valley for 34 years, died Friday, Dec. 7, 1990, at Children’s Hospital in San Francisco after a lengthy illness. She was 61.

Mrs. Carlsen was born in Portland, Ore. In 1944 she moved to San Francisco and attended Lincoln High School there. While in high school, she met her future husband, Frank Carlsen, who attended another San Francisco high school. They were married after graduation and settled in San Francisco.

Mrs. Carlsen worked as a book-keeper until she and her husband, a carpenter, started a family. They moved in Mill Valley in the late 1950s.

She was active in the Mill Valley Outdoor Art Club, the Old Mill Hospital Group of Marin, a charity associated with Marin General Hospital, the Cub Scouts and the Brownies and Girl Scouts.

In addition to her husband, Mrs. Carlsen is survived by two daughters, Karen Landesman of San Rafael and Christine Lindheimer of Mill Valley; a son, Richard Carlsen of Point Reyes; and four grandchildren.

Friends are invited to a memorial service at 10 a.m. Jan. 5, 1991, at the Mill Valley Outdoor Art Club.

The family requests that memorial contributions be made to Canine Companions Inc., P.O. Box 446, Santa Rosa, 95402; or to the Marin Lung Association.

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Note: see another obituary in the Dec. 11th paper

Marin Independent Journal
Tuesday, December 11, 1990

Shurlia Carlsen
Mill Valley resident

Shurlia Carlsen, a resident of Mill Valley for 34 years, died Friday, Dec. 7, 1990, at Children’s Hospital in San Francisco after a lengthy illness. She was 61.

Mrs. Carlsen was born in Portland, Ore. In 1944 she moved to San Francisco and attended Lincoln High School there. While in high school, she met her future husband, Roy Carlsen, who attended another San Francisco high school. They were married after graduation and settled in San Francisco.

Mrs. Carlsen worked as a book-keeper until she and her husband, a carpenter, started a family. They moved in Mill Valley in the late 1950s.

She was active in the Mill Valley Outdoor Art Club, the Old Mill Hospital Group of Marin, a charity associated with Marin General Hospital, the Cub Scouts and the Brownies and Girl Scouts.

In addition to her husband, Mrs. Carlsen is survived by two daughters, Karen Landesman of San Rafael and Christine Lindheimer of Mill Valley; a son, Richard Carlsen of Point Reyes; and four grandchildren.

Friends are invited to a memorial service at 10 a.m. Jan. 5, 1991, at the Mill Valley Outdoor Art Club.

The family requests that memorial contributions be made to Canine Companions Inc., P.O. Box 446, Santa Rosa, 95402; or to the Marin Lung Association.





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