Gayle Ann Yarbor
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Services have been conducted for Gayle Ann Yarbor, 58, of Tracy, who died Jan. 14 in Tracy.

Ms. Yarbor was born Dec. 29, 1955, in Washington, Pa. After earning an associate degree from San Joaquin Delta College and a certificate in drug and alcohol counseling from University of the Pacific, she worked 13 years as an alcohol counselor for Valley Counseling in Tracy and Manteca. She attended church at Valley Ministries in Stockton.

Survivors include her mother, Anna May Yarbor of Washington, Pa.; three sisters, Carla Payne and Andrea Yarbor, both of Fresno, and Apryl Yarbor of Tracy; a brother, Rodney Yarbor of Washington, Pa.; two nephews; a niece; and a great-nephew.

Preceding her in death were her father, Ulysses Yarbor; and a brother, Ronald Yarbor.

Arrangements were handled by Park View Funeral Home, 3662 E. French Camp Road, in Manteca.

Contributions in Ms. Yarbor’s name may be sent to Valley Ministries, 4118 Coronado St., Stockton, CA 95204; or to Hospice of San Joaquin, 3888 Pacific Ave., Stockton, CA 95204.

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