A Hope for More

A Hope for More

Friends tell their story: When Jason came to Pacific Stair over a decade ago from, dare I say it, Ohio, we really didn’t see a path forward with him fitting in.  Little did we know just how well Jason would fit in, he became family very quickly.  It did not take...
Honoring Veterans – Legacy

Honoring Veterans – Legacy

Remembering with Pride Dad was proud to serve in the Navy back in the early 1950s. I recall the stories. He had been on an aircraft carrier as a mechanic for four years. He also slept on the top bunk bed and drew himself up to his bunk by the pipes that were incased...
Livin’ his Life!

Livin’ his Life!

Erin “Skunk” Starr lived a life that sounded too outrageous to be true. He enjoyed sharing memories of adventure and unbelievable tales. Back in 2008 he fought a brain tumor and successfully won that battle with surgery, chemotherapy and radiation. Skunk...
Make Lemonade

Make Lemonade

Six months ago, my father died…it’s still weird to make that statement as it feels as if he is still here! One of the things I did not anticipate about losing a parent is realizing how many times a day you think about them…I’ve lost count of how many times I’ve picked...
Thru a Lense

Thru a Lense

Ralph was a one of a kind, kinda man . He loved hardball baseball and played most of his life from high school on. He continued playing up until 2013 as a catcher for the MSBL league in California. Baseball was how Ralph and Rebecca met and started their life...
Why me ?

Why me ?

Robert Lucas was my father and an aircraft mechanic for Douglas Aircraft, by trade.  During the early 60’s he went to work for North American Rockwell in Southern California, as Project Manager. Dad was also a cabling specialist and worked with the design team...