Alka Bhaturia
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Mountain House resident Alka Bhaturia, 58, died Monday, Oct. 7, at Sutter Tracy Community Hospital, four years after she was diagnosed with stage-4 advanced ovarian cancer. Services will be private.

A native of Amritsar, Punjab, India, Mrs. Bhaturia was born Oct. 13, 1954, and had lived in Mountain House for six years. She was a member of the San Joaquin River Club. Before moving to California, she worked four years as a deli supervisor at Bi-Lo Supermarket in South Carolina.

Survivors include her husband of 30 years, Satish Bhaturia of Mountain House; three children, Deepkia Nayyar, and her husband Vishal, of Mountain House, Deepak Bhaturia of Florida and Pooja Bhaturia of North Carolina; mother, Geeta Kapoor of India; and three grandchildren.

Her father, Dwarka Khanna, preceded her in death.

Arrangements will be handled by Hotchkiss Mortuary, 5 W. Highland Ave.

Contributions in Mrs. Bhaturia’s name may be sent to the American Cancer Society, 207 E. Alpine Ave., Stockton, CA 95204.

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