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Cheri December 1979


Known for her bright smile, Cheri graduated from Newark High School in 1979 where she lent her soprano to the school glee club. After graduation she attended The Ohio State University, Newark, and spent her career working for Motorola, Freescale, and Abbott Laboratories, among others. Cheri lived in Mesa, Arizona for 18 years where she and her husband raised their beloved daughter and developed innumerable lasting friendships. She returned to her hometown of Newark in 2006 and reconnected with an old family friend, Joe Evans. They fell in love and became engaged while traveling through Tuscany, marrying shortly thereafter.




Cheri December 1979



In Santa Barbara County, the mysterious killer was known as the Original Night Stalker. His crime spree in the area was believed to have started in October of 1979. A couple was attacked while they slept in their home near Goleta, but the victims managed to escape.


"On December 30, 1979, 44-year-old Dr. Robert Offerman, an orthopedic surgeon, and 35-year-old Dr. Alexandria Manning, a successful psychologist, were both brutally murdered in their Goleta condominium," explained Santa Barbara County Sheriff Bill Brown. "Two years after that on July 27th, 1981, 27-year-old Greg Sanchez and 35-year-old Cheri Domingo were also found brutally murdered in a Goleta home that Cheri was house sitting."


On July 27, 1981, Domingo, 35, and Sanchez, 27, became the 10th and 11th murder victims of the Golden State Killer, also known as the East Area Rapist and Original Night Stalker. Both were attacked in Domingo's home on Toltec Way in Goleta. This took place just a few blocks away from the murder of Dr. Robert Offerman and Dr. Debra Manning that happened on December 30, 1979, which was also believed to be linked to the Golden State Killer due to DNA left at both murder scenes.


DeAngelo, who has adult children, was a police officer in Exeter in central California from 1973 to 1976, officials said. He was then a police officer in Auburn in Northern California from 1976 to 1979 until he was fired, officials said.


The last known crime committed by the killer was in 1986 in Orange County, and detectives have never determined the identity of the man thought to be responsible. They are optimistic that physical evidence may connect the killer to the other Goleta double homicide, that of Dr. Robert Offerman and 35-year-old Alexandria Manning on December 30, 1979.


The Willmar 8: A Film About Working Women, video recordingDirected by: Lee GrantProduced by: California Newsrell/Media at Work, San Fransisco, CA: 1979. Tells the story of eight women bank workers in the small town of Willmar, Minnesota who found themselves in the forefront of the fight for working women's rights. MNHS call number: Film Use Copy A-54


DeAngelo was arrested Tuesday evening following a 40-year FBI search. He once served as a police officer before being fired following a shoplifting incident in 1979. He was living in Citrus Heights, a quiet Sacramento suburb, at the time of his arrest.


Chief Washington replaces Fire Chief Calvin E. Wells, who joined the Pasadena Fire Department in 1979 and has served in numerous positions during his distinguished, 35-year fire service career. Chief Wells retires at the end of 2014.


The Feminist Art Workers first performed Heaven or Hell in June 1979 at theNational Women's Studies Association meeting in Lawrence, Kansas, and subsequentlyrepeated it at a variety of venues. The text of the promotional postcard that appears belowexplained the inspiration for the piece.


The 1979 North Sea hurricane season was the first event in naming storms in the North Sea. The season featured 7 named storms, with three hurricanes and two major hurricanes. The season started on May 15, 1979 and ended on November 30, 1979. The season's strongest storm was Hurricane Eileen, which struck Ireland, Scotland, and Norway, causing over $800 million in damages.


The beginning of the 1979 North Sea hurricane season was relatively quiet, with almost no tropical waves forming for the first two weeks. Finally on May 27, a tropical wave formed just to the west of Northern Ireland. This tropical wave took an unusual path to the southeast, straight into Ireland and England. This tropical wave later became Hurricane Ann on May 31 and moved into Denmark, where Ann dissipated. Ann lasted from May 31 to June 5. In June, only two named storms formed, Benny and Cheri. Benny formed out in the open waters of the North Sea, about 95 miles north of the Netherlands. Benny was a weak storm and only lived for three days from June 21 to June 24. Tropical Storm Cheri formed just off of the coast of Eastern Scotland on June 29, becoming a fairly moderate tropical storm before dissipating off of the coast of Norway. Cheri lasted for five days, June 29 to July 4, 1979. July was tied with October for the least number of named storms in the season, minus September and November. The only storm of the month, Dan, lasted for four days without affecting any land area. It lasted from July 14 to July 19. Although August featured the strongest storms, it still lacked in activity, with only two named storms. By far the most notable storm was Eileen, which became an intense Category 4 hurricane before striking Ireland, Scotland, and later on Norway. Damages totaled to over $950 million and 42 people were killed. Eileen lasted from August 9 to August 23. Hurricane Finn was the next storm, lasting from August 24 to September 2, 1979. It became the second and final major hurricane of the season, striking no landmasses whatsoever. September featured no named storms, just like November would later on in the season. October, however, featured Tropical Storm Gerda at the very end of the month. Gerda peaked as a very weak tropical storm, making landfall on Norway and ending the season. Gerda lasted from October 30 to November 4. 041b061a72


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