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Tarricone : A Death on Canyon Road
by Gary Leon Zimmer and Gary Zimmer




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Marilyn Carlson lived in the house on Canyon Road from her birth until she married twenty-two years later. She would always have treasured family memories of birthday parties, Christmas celebrations; countless events within the walls of the large two-story yellow home.

Only two families occupied the residence between 1974 and June of 1978 when Geraldine Hesse came calling in her quest for a home for herself, her daughter Renee, and granddaughter Nicolle. Through the years, following Geraldine Hesse and Renee Curtiss, numerous other families, some with children, lived there over the next three decades.

By 2008 much of the area surrounding the house had become commercially valuable. Marilyn Miller (nee Carlson) and her brother, Owen Carlson. In 2008 Marilyn and her brother decided decided to raze the Canyon Road home and, with the cleared property and adjacent land they owned, construct a small office building on the site.

Sunrise excavating, owned by Travis Haney, was given a contract to excavate the cleared land. A day or so into the excavation process, as the dirt was being turned over, human remains were discovered.

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Overview

Marilyn Carlson lived in the house on Canyon Road from her birth until she married twenty-two years later. She would always have treasured family memories of birthday parties, Christmas celebrations; countless events within the walls of the large two-story yellow home.

Only two families occupied the residence between 1974 and June of 1978 when Geraldine Hesse came calling in her quest for a home for herself, her daughter Renee, and granddaughter Nicolle. Through the years, following Geraldine Hesse and Renee Curtiss, numerous other families, some with children, lived there over the next three decades.

By 2008 much of the area surrounding the house had become commercially valuable. Marilyn Miller (nee Carlson) and her brother, Owen Carlson. In 2008 Marilyn and her brother decided decided to raze the Canyon Road home and, with the cleared property and adjacent land they owned, construct a small office building on the site.

Sunrise excavating, owned by Travis Haney, was given a contract to excavate the cleared land. A day or so into the excavation process, as the dirt was being turned over, human remains were discovered.


 

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  • ISBN-13: 9781532378102
  • ISBN-10: 1532378106
  • Publisher: Gary Leon Zimmer
  • Publish Date: July 2018
  • Page Count: 394
  • Dimensions: 8.5 x 5.51 x 0.88 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.1 pounds


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