ForeverMissed


CELEBRATION OF LIFE

April 28th, 2019 10am-1pm

Scribner Bend Vineyards

9051 River Road, Sacramento CA


This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Alvin Stults 68 years old, born on May 13, 1950 and passed away on March 22, 2019. We will remember him forever.  He leaves behind his wife, De Stults, step children John DeMarco (his wife, Melissa DeMarco, grand children Elizabeth, Mya, and Jack DeMarco), and Nina Leon (her husband, Robert Leon, grand child Jeffrey Morris). Sisters Delta Walden (her children: Randy & husband Tim Stewart, Edward Walden, Bobbi & husband Dale Evanson), Omega Glashan (her children: Dave & Jeff Glashan) and Mona Feirl (her children: Michelle Hodges and Vincent) and more relatives, too many to mention. Alvin preceded his nephew, Vincent Rogers, in death by a few days.


Click on the LIFE tab at the top to read about moments in Alvin's life.

Posted by Russell Moore on April 23, 2019
I was very saddened to hear of Alvin’s passing and wish to express our deepest sympathy, condolences and prayers to all of his family. We all grew up together on the river during and after HS. The great times we had!!! I truly regret not having been able to stay more in touch, but such is life I’m afraid. Nothing better can be said of a person than he had a life well lived. RIP Alvin. We wish your family all the best in the future.
Posted by Louie Adame on April 23, 2019
alvin rest now billye & louie will always be there for dede your always in our prays we had great times you and your brithday suit yaho  love ya always
Posted by Garry Lee on April 23, 2019
Alvin and his family were great friends for many years in Freeport when they had the boat landing. I worked with them when Alvin and I were growing up. Those were some of the happiest times of my life. Rest in peace, Alvin. You will be missed. With Love from the Lee Family.
Posted by Donna Rallens on April 20, 2019
One of the nicest guys I've ever met. You will be missed. Say hello to my Danny. You guys are at peace now. Till we meet again

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Posted by Russell Moore on April 23, 2019
I was very saddened to hear of Alvin’s passing and wish to express our deepest sympathy, condolences and prayers to all of his family. We all grew up together on the river during and after HS. The great times we had!!! I truly regret not having been able to stay more in touch, but such is life I’m afraid. Nothing better can be said of a person than he had a life well lived. RIP Alvin. We wish your family all the best in the future.
Posted by Louie Adame on April 23, 2019
alvin rest now billye & louie will always be there for dede your always in our prays we had great times you and your brithday suit yaho  love ya always
Posted by Garry Lee on April 23, 2019
Alvin and his family were great friends for many years in Freeport when they had the boat landing. I worked with them when Alvin and I were growing up. Those were some of the happiest times of my life. Rest in peace, Alvin. You will be missed. With Love from the Lee Family.
his Life

The Beginning...

Alvin L. Stults was born to Albert Martin Stults and Hazel Inez Askins on May 13th 1950 in Sacramento CA.  He was raised by the water at Cliffs Marina just south of Freeport. He worked by his fathers side and learned all the ins and outs about how to run the family business.  He graduated in 1969 from Luther Burbank High School.

Crayfishing...

Alvin took over the business after his father, Martin, retired.  In the early 80's Alvin and his Crayfishing partner, James Shimizu, were among a few fishermen that were exporting crayfish to France and Sweden.  They had up to 400 of their own traps in the river and even bought them from other fishermen. 

The Marina Life...

Alvin built the marina business up from just a bait shop and 50 feet of dock to a much larger marina that exists today. He later took a partner, David Brashear.  After David passed he took on another partner named Bob Mac Daris until he stepped back from operations later in life allowing Bob to run the business.  

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Shared by Karen Farris on April 21, 2019

I've known Alvin since about 1977ish. I was in High School. I met him through Bill and Judy Caldwell. 

I remember we all  have used to drink, smoke and party up. 

He loved to dance like no one else I ever saw. Wild and crazy moves. So much love, respect and energy. 

Much missed ♡