Aryanna doyle obituary |Thomas was taken into custody on suspicion of setting a Rio Linda woman on fire in her mobile home park residence last month on May 9th. In the early hours of April 1, the Sacramento County Sheriff’s Office believes Thomas set fire to a mobile home in the 7500 block of Costa Mesa Circle.
Rio Linda resident Aryanna Lynn Doyle was present. According to the Sheriff’s Department, first responders from the Sacramento Metropolitan Fire District recovered Doyle’s body at the scene. When he was taken into custody on accusations of murder and arson, Thomas was already housed in the Sacramento County Jail on other arson allegations.
There was some sort of relationship between Doyle and Thomas, but it’s unclear exactly what it was. According to the Sacramento County Coroner’s Office, the woman’s husband, Joshua Doyle, was able to identify her body.
A lifelong Amarillo, Texas native, Doyle Blaine Osborne, 51, passed away on December 22, 2020 in Lubbock, Texas after a battle with cancer. Thomas had a criminal record in Sacramento County that included being convicted or pleading no contest to battery with serious bodily damage. On the ninth of September, he was born.
At the age of 3 on March 3, 1969, Osborne was born in Amarillo, Texas. The City of Amarillo employed him as a dump truck driver for a time, then a private company in the city. The U.S. Army enlisted Doyle in November 1945, and he served in World War II. In November 1946, he was given an honorable discharge.
From 1969 through 1977, Doyle worked as a welder for the Youngstown Sheet & Tube Company. When the Fairview Immanuel Baptist Church was founded, he was a founding member. Whenever they were on the Allegheny River, Doyle and his wife loved to go boating.
His wife of 49 years, Kathryn Hixson, passed away on January 9th, 2004. For his family, he leaves behind two daughters, Nancy Moschella (Michael) and Pam (Roger) Burns. He also leaves behind four sisters and a brother in North Carolina.
There are ten great-grandchildren in total: Haley Burns, Jeffrey Jr., Piper, Lilliann and Robyn Knisley, Kristen, Katelyn and Jason Jr. Moschella, Aryanna and Kyranna Goist, and Jason (Samantha) Moschella and Maribeth (Ryan) Goist. There are also four great-great-grandchildren in total: Jeffrey Jr., Piper, Lilliann, and Robyn Knisley.
Besides his parents and wife, Doyle was also predeceased by brothers James and Ralph.
Pastor Randy Langham will officiate at a memorial ceremony for Doyle on Monday at 12:00 noon at the Davidson-Becker Funeral Home in Struthers. To be laid to rest with military honors will be at the Green Haven Memorial Gardens in Canfield.
Friends may call at the funeral home on Monday from 11:00 a.m. to 11:45 a.m., prior to the service.
The family of Doyle would like to convey their profound gratitude to the personnel at Hospice of the Valley for their excellent care.
Valley Hospice House is a respite care facility.
He was 52 years old and had lived in McMinnville his entire life. He died away at Alive Hospice Nashville on Wednesday, October 28th, 2020. He was a Cannon County native.
Alyssa, Leah, Brantley Eubanks, and Aryanna Nunley, his grandchildren, live, as do his sisters Frances Buse of Woodbury and Melba Finley of McMinnville and a good friend from Alabama named Phyllis Evans.
Parents Willie Howard and Janie Elizabeth Underwood Mooneyham died before him, as did siblings Linda Brown and Sherry Reed, as well as uncles Carl and Ernest.
Doyle, a devout Baptist, cherished his relationships with his mother, Janie, and his daughters and grandchildren.
At 12 noon on October 31, 2020, there will be a graveside service for Bro. William Randolph at Centerhill Cemetery. From 10 a.m. through 11 a.m. on Saturday, friends and family members can pay their respects to the deceased.
In the year 2020, October 31st.
Hospice of the Valley’s Hospice House in Poland was the final resting place for Pierce Doyle Kisselburg, 92.
Doyle Pierce, better known as Pierce, was born on November 28, 1926.
Luther and Bertha Newton Kisselburg’s son, born in Detroit, MI. He grew up in Murphy, North Carolina, and after serving his country, he settled in Struthers, where he lived until 1955, when he moved to Poland.