Her brothers obituary.Perhaps one of these survivors has a copy of the obit, perhaps one wasn't published in California, but in NC: ---George Sidney Chrismas, 94, of Forest City, N.C., died May 28, 2007, at his residence. A native of Oxbow, Province of Saskatchewan, he was a son of the late Walter William and Pearl Orena Whipple Chrismas. ---He retired from the NASCO?Company in Waukegan, Ill. ---He served in the United States Army during World War II in the 101st Artillery Battalion; was a member and deacon of Peace Lutheran Church in Cherokee Village, Ark., and former resident of both Hardy, Ark., and Zion, Ill. ---He was married to the late Patricia E. Chrismas. He was also preceded in death by his first wife, Carrie Hass Chrismas and a stepdaughter, Patricia Dicks Swager. ---Survivors include: a step-daughter, Donna Ohmsted of Forest City, N.C.; a brother, John Edward Chrismas of Hot Springs, Village, Ark.; and two sisters, Ivey Meeks of Wendell, N.C. and Nellie Lilly of San Diego, Calif.; nine grandchildren; and seven great-grandchildren. ---A graveside service was held at North Shore Memorial Gardens in N. Chicago, Ill., for the family at the time of the interment. ---Memorials may be made to Heifer Project International, P.O. Box 8058, Little Rock, AR 72203. The Padgett and King Mortuary of Forest City, N.C., was in charge of the arrangements.
I would contact Placer County, ask for the County Registrar, they approve burial permits. There is a volunteer in Placer County that does Public Records, both library and courthouse...and obits. http://www.raogk.org/californ3.htmhttp://www.raogk.org/californ3.htm