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MINER, Vivian Frances Died in Lancaster, California on January 11, 2012, at the age of 96. Vivian was born in a farmhouse in Decoto (known as Union City today), California on December 27, 1915, to Joseph A. and Frances Carmen Rogers. She was a life-long resident of California, residing in Southern California for 70 years. She graduated from Campbell Union High School in 1934, Campbell, California. She loved and owned horses and developed her art skills before her marriage to Richard H. Miner in 1943. After marriage they settled in Woodland Hills, California. Vivian was industrious in activities and interests that ranged from raising chickens, a 25 year career in bookkeeping, and a life-long love of cats and gardening. She was also active in PTA, serving as president for one year. Before her final years that were spent in Rosamond, California on her sons farm, she was a regular volunteer at her local hospital. Vivian was preceded in death by her husband, a sister Eleanor Muse and nephew Roger Muse. Vivian is survived by her sons Richard, Rosamond, California; Philip (Mary Louise), Layton, Utah; grandsons David and Joseph also of Layton, Utah; and sister-in-law Julia Miner, Niles, Michigan. Viewing and funeral services will be held at 10 a.m., Thursday, January 19, 2012, at Crawford Mortuary in Northridge, California. Internment will immediately follow at Oakwood Memorial Park at 1 p.m., Chatsworth, California.

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