HELENE LINEAWEAVER Fremont, California Helene Lineaweaver, 85, resident of the Carlton Plaza of Fremont, died Sunday, January 10, 2005. Mrs. Lineaweaver was born in Chicago, Illinois, November 5, 1919, and moved to California in 1933. She graduated from Burlingame High School in 1938 and continued her education by training for a career in nursing, like her mother before her. At the onset of World War II she married Kenneth Lineaweaver and became a stay-at- home Mom until her two daughters were raised. Mrs. Lineaweaver worked for the Oakland Unified School District as a librarian at Oakland High School, and in the Professional Library at the District Administration Building. Helene was the widow of Kenneth Lineaweaver, who died in 1995. The couple had been married for over 54 years. The Lineaweavers retired to Lodi, California, in 1984, and were avid boaters, RV travelers, and former Good Sam Club members. The deceased was best known for her quick sense of humor, which was enjoyed by all who were acquainted with her. In her eight years at the Carlton Plaza, she and her dearest friend, Mrs. Evelyn Orth, brought daily smiles and laughter to fellow residents and members of the staff. She is survived by two daughters, Pamela and Janet, three grandchildren, and six great-grandchildren. At her request there will be no memorial service. Wilson & Kratzer of Richmond arranged for the cremation; her ashes will be interred at Rolling Hills in Richmond, California. The family wishes any donations be made to the Alzheimer's Association, or to Alzheimer's Services of the East Bay.