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66678 east Granada Avenue



Frank Donald Persina Tu. 06th, March, 1934 to Fr. 25th, March, 2011.


Ed Brian Persina Fr. 07th, July, 1961 to Sa. 22nd, January, 2011.



9780 south Hoylake Road
66947 east Verbena Drive
1182 north Asher Drive
66184 east Pierson Boulevard
6725 east Desert Cove Avenue
0160 east Cedar Road, Commack | East Northport, Long Island 11731
0061 east Fifth, Huntington Station district, Long Island 11746










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Teen is held after shooting rampage leaves 1 dead, 4 hurt

March 11, 2007|Sara Lin and Ashley Powers | Times Staff Writers









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  • DESERT HOT SPRINGS, CALIF. — A 16-year-old boy was arrested on suspicion of shooting five other teenagers at a party Saturday morning, killing one and critically injuring another after an argument spun out of control, authorities said.
    Israel Larios, 19, of unincorporated Sky Valley was dead when officers arrived at the 66600 block of Granada Avenue just after midnight, police said. Four partygoers had also been shot in the arm, wrist, torso or hip.
    Two boys, ages 17 and 15, and a 16-year-old girl were treated and released from Desert Regional Medical Center in Palm Springs. Another 17-year-old boy was in stable condition.
    The gunman, whose name has not been released, was arrested without incident several hours later at a relative's home in Las Palmas, an unincorporated area near Desert Hot Springs. He had a semiautomatic handgun in his pocket, authorities said. The boy was booked into Indio Juvenile Hall without bail on suspicion of murder.
    The gunman, who was not a gang member, had not had any disagreements with partygoers earlier in the evening, said Desert Hot Springs Police Sgt. Radames Gil. He appeared to be sober during the shooting, said Gil, and told authorities that he fired into a crowd with no intended targets.
    "All this was, was a stupid argument," said Gil, who is leading the investigation. "For somebody to die over this, it's just a tragedy."
    The shootings took place inside a vacant one-story stucco home, which sits among mostly aging buildings with dirt yards and no sidewalks.
    Though the home's residents had moved out at least a week ago, neighbors said, some of the teens had been having parties there. One young man had promised several neighbors that Saturday's party would be his last.
    The home's owners, whom property records identified as Edward and Rosario Persina, could not be reached for comment.
    About 50 teens and young adults, many of whom attended nearby Desert Hot Springs High School, had been drinking beer and listening to loud rap music for several hours, neighbors said, and some had started fighting in the street.
    Inside the house, Gil said, the gunman was hanging out with a handful of people in a bedroom. Several other partygoers told him to leave the room. The teens began shouting at each other, and the disagreement quickly escalated to a scuffle.
    Nearly two dozen partygoers rushed into the room to watch the dispute, which lasted just minutes, Gil said.
    Then "some egos got in the way and the shooter started firing," he said.
    Monica Perkins, who lives across the street, said: "I just thought they were breaking windows or something. I didn't know they were shooting each other."
    Partygoers screamed, dashed into the street and hid in their cars, said neighbors. The girl who was shot ran to a neighbor to get help.
    sara.lin@latimes.com
    ashley.powers@latimes.com
    Times researcher Robin Mayper contributed to this report.









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    Disabled Block Bus Terminal, Attack Policies of Greyhound

    September 05, 1989|SCOTT HARRIS | Times Staff Writer









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  • A group of activists for disabled rights steered their wheelchairs into Greyhound's downtown terminal Monday afternoon, disrupting busy Labor Day bus travel in an attempt to pressure the transit giant into improving access for the disabled.
    The half-hour show of civil disobedience ended with police hoisting three protesters into the back of a police van. Moments earlier, their wheelchairs had been backed against the fenders of departing buses, their voices raised in singing "We Shall Overcome."
    "Don't you think it would be better to put (wheelchair) lifts on buses than arrest us?" protester Bill Bolte told a Greyhound representative minutes before Bolte was arrested. "We can send people to the moon, but we can't put lifts on buses, right?"
    Greyhound Accused of Discrimination
    The installation of wheelchair lifts--common on many public transit systems--is one goal of the protesters. Accusing Greyhound of discrimination, the members of Americans Disabled for Access to Public Transportation said they also object to the company's policy of requiring attendants to travel with disabled passengers, of refusing to carry motorized wheelchairs with wet cell batteries and of providing only $250 in liability insurance for wheelchairs that may cost thousands of dollars.
    A Greyhound representative in Los Angeles referred all questions to officials in the corporate headquarters in Dallas. The corporate office was closed Monday. Previously, Greyhound officials have emphasized what they call a "helping hands" policy that allows attendants of wheelchair passengers to ride for free.
    "That's not dignified," protester Yvonne Nau said of Greyhound's policy. Lifts on public bus systems have allowed thousands to travel metropolitan areas without assistance, protesters said.
    One protester carried a sign labeling Greyhound "a dirty dog." Although Greyhound is a private corporation, it travels public roads, they stressed. "Our taxes are paying for (the roads)," Nau said.
    After being taken to the Police Department's Central Division station, protesters Bolte, Lillibeth Navarro and Don Persina were cited for blocking a sidewalk and released.
    Long-Running War
    The demonstration by about 30 people was a small skirmish in the long-running war over increasing access for the disabled. Legislation recently introduced in Washington would require all carriers to install wheelchair lifts.
    Last Labor Day, Bolte and other protesters were arrested in a similar demonstration at the Greyhound station. In March of 1988, ADAPT members were arrested for chipping away at the raised curbs on a stretch of Hollywood Boulevard they have dubbed "The Walk of Shame." Despite promises from City Hall, curb cuts giving them access to the sidewalks still have not been made, the activists said.
    The youngest protester, 14-year-old Ryan Duncanwood, called Monday's protest a success. Unable to speak, Ryan answered questions with a computer printer attached to his motorized wheelchair.
    "He has cerebral palsy," his mother, Karen, explained. "But mostly he's a victim of discrimination."









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    Locality: Greater Los Angeles Area
    Current: Owner at Persina Tax Consulting
    Work:  Persina Tax Consulting, Owner (Currently holds this position)

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    Frank D Persina
    Po Box 306, Desert Hot Springs, CA 92240
    (760) 288-4734
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    66500 Buena Vista, Desert Hot Springs, CA 92240
    (760) 288-4734
    Frank Persina, Frank D Persina
    6725 Desert Cove Ave, Scottsdale, AZ 85254
    (480) 922-2825
    Frank Persina, Frank D Persina
    66546 Estrella, Dsrt Hot Spgs, CA 92240
    (760) 288-0265, (760) 288-4734
    Frank F Persina, Frank Fax Persina, Frank D Persina
    66947 Verbena, Desert Hot Springs, CA 92240
    (760) 288-0265, (760) 288-4734, (760) 671-4156
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    9780 Hoylake Rd, Desert Hot Springs, CA 92240
    (760) 329-3343
    Frank D Persina
    1182 Asher Dr, Palm Springs, CA 92262

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    Po Box 31244, Laughlin, NV 89028

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    66184 Pierson Blvd, Desert Hot Springs, CA 92240



       
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    Locality:Greater Los Angeles Area
    Current:Owner at Persina Tax Consulting
    Work: Persina Tax Consulting, Owner (Currently holds this position) 

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    Frank D PersinaPo Box 306, Desert Hot Springs, CA 92240(760) 288-4734
    Frank D Persina66500 Buena Vista, Desert Hot Springs, CA 92240(760) 288-4734
    Frank PersinaFrank D Persina6725 Desert Cove Ave, Scottsdale, AZ 85254(480) 922-2825
    Frank PersinaFrank D Persina66546 Estrella, Dsrt Hot Spgs, CA 92240(760) 288-0265, (760) 288-4734
    Frank F PersinaFrank Fax PersinaFrank DPersina66947 Verbena, Desert Hot Springs, CA 92240(760) 288-0265, (760) 288-4734, (760) 671-4156
    Frank D Persina9780 Hoylake Rd, Desert Hot Springs, CA 92240(760) 329-3343
    Frank D Persina1182 Asher Dr, Palm Springs, CA 92262
    Frank D PersinaPo Box 31244, Laughlin, NV 89028
    Frank Persina66184 Pierson Blvd, Desert Hot Springs, CA 92240























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    • a.. CAREER GOALS:
    • b.. Long Term ---- To engage in positive, productive work toward the cause of a truly disability-accessible society, & my education and employment.
    • c.. Short Term ---- To attain intermediate employment that would enhance the productive application of my abilities in order to achieve additional direction towards my appropriate career.
    • d.. WORK EXPERIENCE:
    • e.. Present-2000, September: Member, founding-committee, board, directors, "Calif", "Communities Actively Living Independent & Free",
    • independent-living-center, guesstimated one or two million population region.
    • a.. Present-1983: Volunteer, community organizations of
    • disabled & homeless populations, aspiring to community service & employment suited to my abilities, while on Social Security Disability.
    • a.. 1997: Los Angeles County Social Svcs. Dpt. In-Home Supportive Svcs. Personal Assistance Svcs. Council Steering &/or Advisory Cmte., member, to revise L. A. County's attendant-care.
    • b.. Since June, 1994: Organizer & board, "Iraps", to reform attendant-care.
    • c.. Commenced June, 1995: Increased duties: Van-driver,
    • computer-operator, impromptu amateur technician, political & personal assistance attendant care service provision consultant, et al, for "Iraps"
    • (I.-H. S. S. Recipients' & Providers' Sharing), throughout Los Angeles Co.
    • a.. 1994: County Registrar, election polling-station Judge.
    • b.. 1990: "Equal Justice" episode, acting-extra; we chanted "Hallowdale [Nursing-Home] is a jail,..." repetitively as our script-line, as other actors clubbed, pretended arresting, us.
    • c.. 1983, June-1982, Sept.: S. & P./Sims Precision Sheet Metal, Inc., North Hollywood; Sheet Metal Processor/Machinist.
    • d.. 1982, June-1977, Dec.: Desert Shadows Security, Inc., Scottsdale, Az; Security Officer & Private Investigator Assistant, intermittent employment with family corporation in Metropolitan Phoenix.
    • e.. 1978, April-1978, Feb.: U. S. A. Air Force, Lackland, Metro-San Antonio, Tx; Honorable Discharge, due, in retrospect, to developing disabilities.
    • f.. 1982, Summer-1977, Summer: Parking-lot-attendant; custodian; gardener; dishwasher; food-server; salesperson; security officer; et cetera.
    • g.. EDUCATION:
    • h.. 1982, Autumn: Los Angeles Valley College, Broadcast.
    • i.. 1981, Summer: Scottsdale Community College, General Education.
    • j.. 1980, Summer: Phoenix College, General Education for Broadcasting.
    • k.. 1980, Spring: Arizona Western College, Yuma County, Broadcasting.
    • l.. 1980-1979: Phoenix Job Corps Center:
    • Electronics Assembly: excellent marks;
    • Business & Clerical: fair marks.
    • a.. 1978, Autumn: Scottsdale Community College, Theatre.
    • b.. 1978, February: Mesa Community College, General Equivalency Diploma.
    • c.. Community Affiliations {Current and Lapsed}:
    • d.. American Disabled for Accessible Public Transit, Southern California\ American Disabled for Attendant Programs Today, So, Ca\ American Disabled f/ Access Power Today, Southern Ca
    • (Southern California A. D. A. P. T.; So. Ca Adapt).
    • a.. Arizona Association of Licensed Private Investigators
    • (A. A. L. P. I.; Aalpi).
    • a.. Ca Network of Mental Health Clients (C. N. M. H. C.).
    • b.. Calif, C. A. L. I. F., Communities Actively Living Independent & Free.
    • c.. Coalition f/ I. H. S. S. (In-Home Supportive Svcs.) Reform.
    • d.. In-Home Supportive Svcs. [I. H. S. S.] Recipients' & Providers' Sharing, throughout Los Angeles County (I. R. A. P. S.; Iraps).
    • e.. Justicetown\Justiceville, homeless persons who seek liberty, independence, freedom and cooperation.
    • f.. KPFK, 90.7-F. M., local station of Pacifica Foundation, the very first community-sponsored broadcast network.
    • g.. Los Angeles County Social Svcs. Dpt. In-Home Supportive Svcs. Personal Assistance Svc. Council Steering &/or Advisory Cmte., member, to improve L. A. County's attendant-care.
    • h.. L. A. Network of Mental Health Clients (L. A. N. M. H. C.), committee member per drafted contract-proposal f/ L. A. County R. f. P. (Request for Proposal), re.: Benefits Assistance Clients' Urban Project
    • (Project B. A. C. U. P.: Back-up).
    • a.. Unitarian Universalist Association (U. U. A.), various fellowships, churches, societies & other U. U. Congregations throughout Southern Ca,
    • Metro-Phoenix & Long Island.
    • a.. Veterans For Peace (Vets. F/ Peace; V. F. P.).
    • b.. Westside Self Advocates (W. S. A.), sponsored by Westside Center f/ Independent Living (W. C. I. L.), Mar Vista Dst.-Venice Beach District.
    • c.. and others,...
    • d.. BRIEF BIOGRAPHICAL NOTES:
    • e.. Born Sunday, the Twenty-seventh, December 1959, Huntington, Long Island, New York, & resided there until 1976.