When the Tubbs Fire reached the hilltop property of Art and Suiko Grant in Santa Rosa, the couple gathered their small pet dog and took refuge in the wine cellar of their home of more than 45 years. This is where they died together last Monday, according to their daughter Trina Grant. He was 95 and she was 75. Mr. Grant was a retired captain with Pan American World Airways who had met his Japanese-born wife in Honolulu while working for the airline. “It was a true ‘love-at-first-sight’ story,” said Trina Grant, by Facebook Messenger. “He found the most beautiful gal in the world to marry.” Arthur Tasman Grant grew up in Point Arena, one of 13 kids on a dairy farm.
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MARCH 27, 2014
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DOMESTIC LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY
2014 - GATHER TOGETHER FARM LLC
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