Tuesday Sep 01 2009 comments Residents return after 49 Fire blaze By: Auburn Journal photography by Ben Furtado -A +A Standing in the remains of her mother's home, Stacey Etchells breaks down emotionally while searching for any valuables. Stacey Etchells had her mother Genetta Ison stay with her in Loomis as the 49 Fire destroyed her home she lived in for 22 years. Auburn resident Genetta Ison holds a small ceramic dog in her left hand which she found among the ashes of her home. Ron Etchells, left and Troy Kenney, right, help out Genetta Ison searching for valuables in the remains of her home. The ring on Stacey Etchelles index finger was handed down from generation to generation and is one of the last things she has from the 49 Fire. Finding items like a charred flat screen television gives some clue as to where in the house Ron Etchells and Troy Kenney are searching. Some thing simple as finding one pink slipper is enough to put a smile on the face of Janet Lorentz despite losing everything in her home. Luis Calderon, left, sifts through ash piles of his parents home along side family friend Vince Longly. Chara Fordyce helps the Calderon family find items which may be salvaged after the 49 Fire. Auburn resident Shaonette Calderon evaluates some remains which her son Luis found while searching through ashes of their home. Phil Kattenhorn, owner of Longhorn Meats in Auburn, lost every thing in his home during the 49 Fire including his Harley Davidson springer softail valued at $23,000.