In Memorium X
Edgar R Flamm passed away peacefully at home in Gold River CA, Aug 13, 2018, at the age of 90. Born December 16, 1927, in Sacramento, California. Survived by his wife Betty, of 71 years, Daughters, Ricki Townsend, and Linda Flamm. Grandchildren, Jeffery Shelton, Richard Townsend, Kristin Meyer, Devin Helton, Taryn Joswig, and seven (7) great-grandchildren.The summer of 1944 Ed joined the US Navy and shipped to the Philippines. After 22 years of service with the California Highway Patrol Ed, retired as Assistant Chief in 1983.Ed was a life member of the Northern California Peace Officers Association . Once retired Ed spent his time with his wife Betty, traveling the country in his Motorhome, Fishing for Marlin in Hawaii and enjoying time with his family.   May he rest in peace.
Edgar R. Flamm, Assistant Chief, California Highway Patrol 
Life Member, Northern California Peace Officers Association
Magers, Marvin "Marv" Sergeant
Sacramento Sheriff's Department (ret)
July 16, 1931 - January 11, 2019



Marvin "Marv" Magers passed away peacefully the morning of January 11, 2019 at the age of
87. Marvin leaves behind his wife of 64 years, Beverly, his two children, daughter Vickie Magers and son Greg Magers. He was the youngest of 12 children and was a beloved uncle, relative and friend. He was a giant of a man, who had great hugs, and a warm smile for everyone he met.
Marvin was born on July 16, 1931, at home in Sacramento to parents Archibald (Archie) and Iva Magers. He attended school in Lone Pine in Sacramento. Marvin Graduated from McClatchy High School and enlisted into the US Navy during the Korean War. Upon his return he went to work for Ayer’s Drug Supply Company and then the Sacramento County Sheriff’s Office, where he worked as a deputy, detective, and then sergeant for 25 years before retiring. He then went on to work for the Placer County Sheriff’s Office for many years. Marvin always enjoyed meeting people and never one to just putter so in his 70’s he was a shuttle driver for Auburn Toyota, finally retiring at age 80. Always together Marvin and Beverly loved to work on their home, enjoy its scenic views and travel. They spent many years traveling the U.S., Canada, Mexico, and Europe.
Marv was a valued member of the Northern California Peace Officers Association and the 711 Club for veterans of the Sacramento Sheriff's Department.  
He will be missed by all that had the good fortune to have known him.  Rest in peace, he knew the end would come after the first of the year..​