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Breaking News: 
Planned Parenthood Pasadena Holds Roe v. Wade Vigil Page 6 

SATURDAY, JUNE 25, 2022 VOLUME 16 NO. 26VOLUME 16 NO. 26 
"Everyday the men and women who have sworn to protect our communities willingly go 
out knowing they may face life death situations. Some days are uneventful, while others are 
packed with danger. 
Sadly these two fellow gaurdians of safety made the ultimate sacrifice while doing what 
they loved and believed in...helping those in need. 
While our hearts have never been heavier, we share that we will carry on in honor and 
tradition of these two great heroes, continuing to help those in need. If interested in donat-
ing to the families of Sergeant Parades and Officer Santana please visit the Peace Officers 
Research Association of California website at One hundred percent of donations 
made will go towards their families.", Chief Roderick Armalain, Sierra Madre PD. 
SMPD Officer Alexix Gallegos, Corporal Lillian Shaw and Officer Luis Ibarra attended the 
vigil for slain officers Sgt. Michael Paredes (who was promoted posthumously from the rank 
of corporal and Officer Joseph Santana. 
March 22, 1932 - June 8, 2022 
Jerry Carlton died at home in Sierra Madre on June 
8, 2022, after enjoying one last Dodgers win with his 
Jerry was born 
in Upland,
California, to 
Gladys Irene 
Gray and GaryBrennan 
Carlton. The 
family moved 
to Arcadia 
when Jerry 
was 6 years 
After finish-
ing his tour of 
duty with the 
US Navy, he 
moved to Sier-
ra Madre with 
his wife Nan 
Jerry attended First Avenue Elementary School and 
Monrovia Arcadia Duarte High School (common-
ly referred to MAD high school by alumni). Jerry 
served in the US Navy from 1950 to 1954, receiving 
an honorable discharge. Jerry attended Cal Poly Po-
mona for two years. He worked in manufacturingfor his entire career with long stints at Carlson Rules 
and Lockheed. 
Jerry married Nan Hatheway on February 12, 1953, 
and they resided in Sierra Madre for the rest of their 
lives. They had three kids by 1957: Steve, Sheri, and 
Suzi. In 1960 they all moved to the Adams Street 
house where Jerry lived for the next 62 years. In 
the early 1960s Nan’s young siblings Bert, Jesse, and 
Maggie moved in, and Jerry and Nan raised them 
through high school. Bert, Jesse, and Maggie re-
mained close to and important to Steve, Sheri and 
Suzi; they were essentially three more siblings. 
Jerry and Nan volunteered for many community 
groups, and often volunteered together. They taught 
Sunday school and ran the church youth group when 
their kids were young. Jerry’s volunteer career start-
ed with youth issues and continued into other areas. 
He was active in the Little League, Girls Softball, and 
the Sierra Madre Athletic Association. Jerry with 
Nan were founders and first managers of Girls Soft-
ball. Jerry and Nan started the league with other par-
ents because in those days the girls were not allowed 
to play in Little League, and Sheri and Suzi needed an 
outlet for their baseball skills. Baseball was a lifelong 
passion for Jerry, and he loved the LA Dodgers. 
Jerry worked with the Sierra Madre Rose Float Asso-
ciation. His kids pasted many a flower on the floats. 
Jerry was a longtime volunteer for the Friends of the 
Sierra Madre Library. The family were big readers, 
and Jerry saw the importance of supporting his local 
public library. 
Jerry and Nan were also interested in the environ-
ment around them; both were early members of the 
Sierra Madre Environmental Action Council, which 
started the Recycling Center. In addition, Jerry and 
Nan were actively involved with the Mt. Wilson Trail 
Race for many years. 
Jerry and Nan’s community commitment was recog-
nized by the City of Sierra Madre and the Los Ange-
les County Board of Supervisors in 2012 when they 
were honored as Older Americans of the Year. 
He is survived by his son Steve Carlton (wife Laurie) 
of Nevada City, California; his daughter Suzi Stret-
ton of Sierra Madre; grandkids Amanda Burnett 
Sosa (husband Manny), Mike Stretton, Liz Carlton, 
and Wyn Carlton; great-grandson Hunter Sosa; sis-
ter-in-law Maggie Clements; family members Bob 
Burnett and Michael Stretton; and close friends and 
Jerry was preceded in death by both parents, wife 
Nan, daughter Sheri Burnett, brother Jack Carlton, 
and brothers-in-law Bert Pedigo and Jesse Pedigo. 
Jerry was a quiet man dedicated to his family and 
community. For more than half a century, service to 
the Sierra Madre community was Jerry’s life. 
A graveside service will be held in August 2022 in 
combination with a visit to Dodger stadium for a 
In lieu of flowers the family is requesting that dona-
tions be made in Jerry’s name to the Friends of Sierra 
Madre Library, P.O. Box 334, Sierra Madre, Califor-
nia 91025. 
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