Alberta "Bertie" Trawick Chance © Cheyenne Star, Cheyenne, OK 08 Mar 1985 Submitted by: Wanda Purcell
Memorial services for Alberta "Bertie" Trawick Chance were held in Sacramento, California, March 8, 1985.
Bertie was an Oklahoma pioneer, having moved to Sacramento 46 years ago. She died in a convalescent home there at the age of 88 years.
She had owned and managed apartments on G. Street between 13th and 16th Street from the late 1940's to 1970's.
She also worked at McClellan Air Force Base during World War II.
Mrs. Chance is survived by four daughters, Ada Lee Poore and Opal Trask of Sacramento; Phyllis Frost of Baja, California; Tommie Vanderford of San Rafael, California; sisters, Grace Collins of LaMesa, California; and Lorene Barry of Napa, California; nine grandchildren; twelve great grandchildren; and three great great grandchildren.
Grimes and area friends remember Tom and Bertie Chance when they lived one mile west of Spitzer's corner for many years.
Tom Chance passed away in 1969.
Burial was in East Lawn Memorial Park, Sacramento, Sacramento County, California.
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