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The following are names of those recorded deceased in San Mateo County from Feb. 14 to Feb. 20, 2023. Robin, 54, of San Francisco, CA and formerly of Bournemouth, England, passed away Charlie Turner Walker was born on July 24, 1933, in Vicksburg, Mississippi. Terms and Conditions. Green Street Mortuary Alessandro Baccari, native San Franciscan, educator, businessman, museum curator, and photographer, passed away on Friday, April 30, 2021. He had a long and satisfying career Read More, Frances Landeza July 13, 1939 - February 24, 2023 Frances "Frannie" Sook Moi Kawaipulo'u Kuakini O'Sullivan Landeza died peacefully in Oakland, California, on February 24, 2023. Obituaries. Funeral Home website by, 3434 17th Street | San Francisco, CA 94110 | Tel: 1-415-431-4900. About U.S., Obituary Collection, 1930-Current. Cypress Lawn Funeral Home & Memorial Park. She and her husband, the late Neal Mitchell, ran Read More, Willard Francis Tunney Jr. May 13, 1938 - February 14, 2023 Willard Francis Tunney Jr. (Bill), 84 passed away peacefully on February 14, 2023 of natural causes at his family home in St. Helena, California. He is predeceased in life by his parents, brother Charles, niece Jennene and half sister Betty Read More, Richard Halliday August 23, 1924 - February 16, 2023 We are sad to announce the passing of our loving and caring husband and father, Richard Cowan Halliday, who died peacefully on Thursday, February 16 in the evening. She was a loving, devoted mother of nine, and wife to James Harvey To read the full obituary, leave condolences and more, visit: https://eve, Feb. 27, 1989 - Oct. 2, 2022Jarred Ray Lewis, of Buffalo, NY, passed away suddenly on October 02, 2022.Jarred was born on February 27 1989 to Camille Cutts and Robert Lewis in Buffalo NY. It is with deep sorrow that we announce the death of Michael Moran of San Francisco, California, born in South San Francisco, California, who passed away on December 3, 2021, at the age of 51, leaving to mourn family and friends. The following are names of those recorded deceased in San Mateo County from Aug. 9 to Aug. 15, 2022. A skilled, determined, daring, and dedicated master Read More, Andrew Carlson June 25, 1933 - February 26, 2023 Andrew Edward Carlson died peacefully at his home on Sunday, February 26, 2023. 2023 Duggan Welch Funeral Home. A child of pre-WWI Jewish immigrants, Joan Read More, Arthur Ong December 28, 1939 - February 21, 2023 Arthur Beng Keong Ong of Vallejo, California passed away on February 21 at the age of 83 after battling cancer. Visit this link to create a free obituary then read the advantages of creating an obituary on Echovita and either click Start now or Create an obituary for your loved to begin. All Obituaries - Duggan's Funeral Service - The Duggan-Welch family offers a variety of funeral services, from traditional funerals to competitively priced cremations, serving San Francisco, CA and the surrounding communities. Visit our Support Center Add Photos Add a Memory John Kelly John Kelly March 20, 1942 - February 9, 2023 Died peacefully at Kaiser-Walnut Creek with his wife. Price August 17, 1945 - January 24, 2023 Michael B. Born in Bogot, Colombia, April 22, 1931, she was the second of three daughters Read More, Jefferson 'Jed' Larkin December 3, 1956 - January 26, 2023 Jed passed away peacefully on January 26th after a tough battle with Parkinson's. Bayview Hunter's Point, San Francisco. He was living in retirement at Saint Emydius Parish for the past 15 years. Her parents scrimped to provide her private lessons of all kinds. The following are names of those recorded deceased in San Mateo County from Aug. 30 to Sept. 6, 2022. Cherished "Nana" of Samantha, Nikolas, Read More, Patrick Daniel Mattos May 25, 1955 - February 22, 2023 Pat Mattos, 67, loving son of the late Genevieve (MacCabe) and Harold Mattos, caring brother of James Mattos and GREAT friend to many, passed away peacefully on February 22, 2023. Douglas Zimmerman/SFGATE A San Francisco priest has died from. Here are the stories of several notable residents who died this past year: Carole Quan, 80: She was the first Asian American to serve as superintendent of the Oakland Unified School District; Jan. 2, Steve Hendrickson, 54: The former linebacker at Cal went on to play seven seasons in the NFL, including on the 1990 San Francisco 49ers team that won the Super Bowl; Jan 8, Prentice Earl Sanders, 83: The San Francisco homicide detective, who worked on such cases as the 1970s Zebra murders, later became the citys first Black police chief; Jan. 11, Bryan Monroe, 55: The journalism industry leader, a former deputy managing editor at the San Jose Mercury News, was a political editor for CNN and later a professor at Temple University; Jan. 13, Joe Saccone, 107: The Oakland native was a co-founder of Marin Countys United Markets grocery stores; Jan. 18, Don Sutton, 75: The Baseball Hall of Famer pitched for several teams, including the As, Dodgers and Angels, then spent three decades as a broadcaster for the Braves and Nationals; Jan. 19, Mike Sadek, 74: The former MLB catcher played for eight seasons, all with the San Francisco Giants; Jan. 20, David Katzenstein, 69: The former Stanford and UC Davis professor was a virologist and clinician who helped advance the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of HIV and AIDS, especially in sub-Saharan Africa; Jan. 25, Dick Callahan, 80: The beloved public address announcer for the Oakland As also served in a similar role with the Golden State Warriors for two decades; Jan. 29, Sig Sanchez, 100: The former Gilroy mayor and Santa Clara County supervisor was instrumental in developing Highway 101 through Morgan Hill and Gilroy; Jan. 29, Dustin Diamond, 44; The native of San Jose was best known for his role on TVs Saved by the Bell; Feb. 1, Jack Palladino, 76: The famed San Francisco private investigator had such noteworthy clients as Bill Clinton, Michael Jackson and John DeLorean; Feb. 1, Charlie Krueger, 84: He was a star defensive tackle for the San Francisco 49ers who played from 1959-73, and is one of only a dozen former players whose jersey has been retired; Feb. 5, George Shultz, 100: The former secretary of state under President Ronald Reagan later was a fellow at Stanfords Hoover Institution as well as a professor emeritus at Stanfords Graduate School of Business; Feb. 6, Pedro Gomez, 58: The longtime baseball writer covered the Oakland As for the San Jose Mercury News and Sacramento Bee, then later moved on to ESPN; Feb. 7, Angel Mangual, 73: The former Oakland As outfielder played on all three World Series-winning teams in the 1970s, and his game-winning pinch hit in 1972 gave the As its first title in Oakland; Feb. 16, Mark Halvorson, 57: The wrestling coach at De La Salle High School led his team to 11 NCS titles, and he also served as a Greco-Roman coach for Team USA at the 2016 Summer Olympics; Feb. 17, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, 101: The famed poet and publisher was a co-founder of the Beat movement, ran San Franciscos beloved City Lights bookstore and was the citys first poet laureate; Feb. 22, Leo Allamanno, 99: He was the longtime boys basketball coach at Fremont High School in Oakland, and his teams won 14 championships in 29 years; March 1, Joe Altobelli, 88: He was the eighth manager in San Francisco Giants history, winning NL Manager of the Year in 1978, and went on to win the World Series with the Baltimore Orioles in 1983; March 3, Mark Pavelich, 63: He was part of the Miracle on Ice Olympic hockey team in 1980, and later played in the NHL for the New York Rangers, Minnesota North Stars and San Jose Sharks; March 4, Daniel Helix, 91: The former Concord city councilman also served as mayor, and he struck a deal with a developer to build the Concord Pavilion; March 9, Bob Ingle, 81: The visionary journalist was the executive editor of the San Jose Mercury News, and under his leadership, it launched the first news website; March 16, Dorothy King, 69: She was an owner of the beloved restaurant Everett & Jones Barbeque, and she also was an advocate for homeless residents; March 17, Oscar Frayer, 23: The prep basketball star at Moreau Catholic High School in Hayward went on to play college basketball at Grand Canyon University; March 23, Catherine Kuo, 48: She was a trustee for the Dublin Unified School District; March 24, Charles Davidson, 90: The Silicon Valley philanthropist and developer built thousands of homes and was a pioneer in affordable housing, and provided SJSU the largest private grant in its history; March 25, Jean Yonemura Wing, 70: She was an education activist and leader who fought to make classrooms more equitable and diverse; March 29, Brian Rohan, 84: The San Francisco attorney was known as the dope lawyer for such 1960s counterculture clients as the Grateful Dead and Ken Kesey; March 30, Ken Reitz, 69: The Bay Area native, a third baseman known for his fielding prowess, played for years for the St. Louis Cardinals but also spent one season with the San Francisco Giants; March 31, Larry Rogers, 74; The iconic aquatics coach at Bellarmine High School won 59 CCS titles 34 in boys swimming, 25 in boys water polo more than any other coach in CIF section history; March 31, Gene Mullin, 83: He was a former South San Francisco city councilman and mayor before being elected to the state Assembly; April 5, Ron DeMonner, 79: The longtime football coach, a fixture in the South Bay, coached several prep football teams as well as at San Jose State and Santa Clara University, April 5, Reese Erlich, 73: The longtime journalist, who was a columnist for The Progressive magazine, also was an advocate for peace; April 6, Ira Keeler, 80: The longtime Industrial Light & Magic employee created costumes and props for several iconic film franchises, including Star Wars, Indiana Jones and Back to the Future; April 15, Charles Geschke, 81: The tech titan, a prominent cheerleader of downtown San Jose, was a co-founder of Adobe Inc., and helped develop software that led the desktop publishing revolution; April 17, Gustavo Cabrera, 25: The San Francisco Giants prospect signed with the team when he was 16, and played for the San Jose Giants for a short stint, before giving up baseball; April 20, Betty Van Dyke, 88: She was a pioneer in the Bay Area organic farming movement, and she also broke barriers as one of the few women to surf in Santa Cruz in the 1950s and 60s; April 20, Gregory Shock G Jacobs, 57: The hip-hop icon, who co-founded and fronted the band Digital Underground, got his start in the music business in the Bay Area, and was a mentor to rapper Tupac Shakur; April 22, Nort Thornton, 88: The longtime mens swimming coach at Cal led the school to two national championships, and he also coached several Olympic champs, including Matt Biondi and Anthony Ervin; April 22, Mike Davis, 65: The former Oakland Raiders safety was famed for an interception that helped the team go on to win Super Bowl XV; April 25, David Bruce, 89: The winemaker was a San Jose dermatologist when he started his namesake winery in the Santa Cruz Mountains, and was known as a modern pioneer of pinot noir; April 28, Sharon Anderson, 65: The longtime Contra Costa County legal counsel was the first woman to serve in the role, Laurie Roberts; The beloved radio DJ, who was a member of the Bay Area Radio Hall of Fame, worked at such stations as KOME, KSJO, KPIG and KFOX; May 4, Rennie Stennett, 72: The former baseball star played with the Pittsburgh Pirates before becoming the San Francisco Giants first major signing of the free agency era; May 18, Lee Evans, 74: The legendary track star, who was part of San Jose States famed Speed City program, won two gold medals at the 1968 Summer Olympics and was a social justice activist; May 19, Paul Mooney, 79; The legendary comedian, who grew up in Oakland, was known for his bold insights on racism and was a writing partner of Richard Pryor; May 19, John Sutter, 92: The former Oakland city councilman and vice mayor, who also served as an Alameda County Superior Court judge, was an advocate for environmental justice and open space preservation, Jim Fassel, 71: He was an assistant football coach at Stanford and the quarterback coach for the Oakland Raiders before becoming the head coach of the New York Giants; June 7, Vivien Larsen, 80; She was a teacher and counselor who served for years on the Ohlone Community College District board; June 10, Fred Zehnder, 87: The former KTVU news director helped build the station into a ratings juggernaut, then later founded the San Leandro Times and owned the Castro Valley Forum; June 27, Terry Donahue, 77: He winningest coach in Pac-12 and UCLA football history before he joined the San Francisco 49ers, and served as the teams GM for four years; July 4, Dicky Maegle, 86: He was part of one of the most famed plays in college football, then played seven seasons in the NFL, including five with the San Francisco 49ers; July 4, Richard Rainey, 82: He was a former Contra Costa County sheriff who later served in the state Senate and Assembly; July 4, Greg Clark, 49: The football star played for Stanford, then professionally with the San Francisco 49ers; July 7, Dick Tidrow, 74: The former MLB pitcher, who grew up in Hayward, was a member of the San Francisco Giants front office and helped bring three World Series titles to the city; July 10, Phyllis Gould, 99: She was one of the first six women hired at the Richmond shipyard for the World War II effort, then later fought for recognition of Rosie the Riveters; July 20, Bob Ringwald, 80: The jazz pianist played in clubs across Northern California and founded the Sacramento Jazz Festival, and was the father of actress Molly Ringwald; Aug. 3, Markie Post, 70: The actress, who was born in Palo Alto and grew up in Walnut Creek, appeared in dozens of TV shows and films but was best known for her role on Night Court; Aug. 7, Steve Zumbi Gaines, 49: The beloved Bay Area rapper was part of the hip-hop group Zion I; Aug. 13, James Hormel, 88: The San Francisco philanthropist, who made history as the first out gay person to serve as a U.S. ambassador, was co-founder of the Human Rights Campaign; Aug. 13, Cornell Maier, 96: He served as chairman and CEO of Kaiser Aluminum & Chemical Corp., then volunteered for years as a baby holder at UCSF Benioff Childrens Hospital Oakland; Aug. 13, Michael Morgan, 63: The longtime conductor for the Oakland Symphony was a beloved figure in the Bay Area classical music scene; Aug. 20, Frank Sweeney, 78: The longtime reporter for the San Jose Mercury News covered an array of topics, including the environment, aviation and politics; Aug. 22, Parys Haralson, 37: The former San Francisco 49ers linebacker also played for the New Orleans Saints, then returned to the 49ers, where he worked as a team official; Sept. 13, Raider Rob Rivera: The Oakland Raiders fan was known as the co-founder of the Black Hole, the rowdy group of fans in the south end zone at the Oakland Coliseum; Sept. 20, Mary Everett, 65: She was the longtime owner of the Berkeley location of Everett and Jones Barbecue; Sept. 25, George Frayne, 77: The musician, also known as Commander Cody of Commander Cody and His Lost Planet Airmen, rose to fame in the late 1960s and early 70s in the Bay Area music scene; Sept. 26, Lee Quarnstrom, 81: The longtime journalist, who served as executive editor at Hustler magazine and later as a columnist for the Mercury News, was part of Ken Keseys band of Merry Pranksters, Sept. 30, Michael Stockley, 24: The Alameda resident was popular e-sports streamer and commentator who went by the name KiXSTAr; Oct. 11, Ray Fosse, 74: The former MLB catcher played for the Oakland As, Seattle Mariners, Milwaukee Brewers and Cleveland Indians, then served as an As broadcaster for 26 years; Oct. 13, Mort Sahl, 94: The political satirist, who got his start in San Francisco, took pride in having mocked every president from Dwight Eisenhower to Donald Trump; Oct. 23, Peter Hegarty, 56: The longtime journalist wrote for the Alameda Journal and the East Bay Times, and was a fierce advocate for Irish independence, Wilma Chan, 72: The longtime public official, who was a fierce advocate for children, served in the state Assembly and on the Alameda County board of supervisors; Nov. 3, Ronn Guidi, 85; The noted choreographer and teacher founded the Oakland Ballet, which became a proving ground for dancers under his leadership; Nov. 25, Andrew Romanoff, 98: He was a Russian prince who gave up his royal title and made a new life for himself in Marin County as a carpenter, entrepreneur and folk artist; Nov. 28, Dave Draper, 79: The famed bodybuilder won the Mr. America, Mr. Universe and Mr. World titles, appeared in several TV shows and films, and owned gyms in Santa Cruz and Scotts Valley; Nov. 30, Alan Scott, 89: He was an ophthalmologist whose pioneering use of the toxin Clostridium botulinum for a medical procedure later led him to be dubbed the father of Botox; Dec. 16, Joan Didion, 85: The author and essayist, who was born in Sacramento and graduated from UC Berkeley, wrote such classic pieces as The White Album and The Year of Magical Thinking; Dec. 23, Wayne Thiebaud, 101: The painter, who was a professor at UC Davis for more than 40 years, was known for his vibrant depictions of ordinary life from pastries and pies to delicatessen counters and diners; Dec. 25, Jim Wiley, 71: He spent close to a half-century in professional hockey, and coached the San Jose Sharks for the majority of the 1995-96 season; Dec. 26, John Madden, 85: The Bay Area native led the Oakland Raiders to a Super Bowl title in 1976, then later became a beloved football broadcaster and the face of the biggest-selling sports video game of all time; Dec. 28, (Henny Ray Abrams/Associated Press Archives), A final farewell: Notable Bay Area residents, Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window), Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window), Click to email a link to a friend (Opens in new window), Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window), Bay Area weather: After thunderstorms and hail, snow could be on the way this weekend, A final farewell: Notable Bay Area residents who died in 2021, Names we wont forget: Famous people who died in 2021, Jerry Richardson dies at 86; 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She graduated Valedictorian from Holy Read More, Margaret Elizabeth Ann Tormey April 27, 1931 - February 25, 2023 Margaret Polglase Tormey passed away peacefully in her sleep on February 25, 2023, at the age of 91. She was born in Quiesa, Provence of Luca, Tuscany, Italy, arrived in San Francisco at age 13. Published in San Francisco Chronicle on Mar. She was born January 14, 1957 to Junior The following are names of those recorded deceased in San Mateo County from July 5 to July 11, 2022. She lived in San Jose, California with her son Jaime Shu Xian Cen, age 92, of Cupertino, California passed away on Tuesday, February 28, 2023. Chester was an architect by profession, iconoclast in spirit: An avid bird watcher, skilled small boat sailor and wonderful Read More, Bina Mitchell July 17, 1927 - March 4, 2023 Bina Wald Mitchell passed away peacefully at home surrounded by her loved ones on Saturday, March 4. Joan was born in San Francisco on September 12,1918, the daughter of Alfred Ehrman and Emma Bissinger Read More, Denise Baylocq April 27, 1931 - February 28, 2023 Denise Baylocq, 91. Obituary: Richard Roth, 83, was former vice mayor of Alameda. does not provide consumer reports and is not a consumer reporting agency as defined by the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA). Select boxes below to reduce the number of results. County Office is not affiliated with any government agency. A funeral service for Virginia will be held Sunday, March 5, 2023 from 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM at Oak Luis Albert Clifford Childers, age 62, of San Francisco, California passed away on Thursday, February 23, 2023. Ferlinghetti, a poet, publisher and bookseller, died Feb. 22, 2021 in San Francisco at age 101. Ron is survived by his wife of 54 years Janet, son Steve (Ute), daughter Stacie Read More, Valerie Hubachek November 6, 1938 - February 28, 2023 Passed away peacefully in San Mateo on February 28th, dearly beloved wife of the late Joseph Henry Hubachek, loving mother of Steven and Ingrid of San Diego, and Gregory of Carnelian Bay. We provide a free service for you to honor your loved ones. His family asked for donations to pay for Jace Young's funeral. 3, 2023. Barbara was many things to many people. Obituaries Kazuo Inamori, Kyocera founder and part-time San Diegan who created Kyoto Prize, dies at 90 Ceramics tycoon considered city a home away from home Sept. 8, 2022 Obituaries James. She graduated from Kristiansand's Katerdralskole in 1944. He was 94. Obituary. On February 21, 2023, Eleanor Mary Toolajian, loving wife and mother of four, passed away at age ninety. The following are names of those recorded deceased in San Mateo County from Dec. 27, 2022 to Jan. 3, 2023. 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The Dignity Memorial online obituary search tool gives you access to obituaries from thousands of locations across North America. Son of John Joseph Kelly and Louise Margaret Crudo, he was born and raised in San Francisco, California. Mary was born in Ranalough, Currow, County Kerry, Ireland, the first of ten children born to the late Hanna and Timothy ("Tady") Kerrisk. Born in San Francisco on August 6, 1946, he graduated fro Browse San Francisco Examiner obituaries, conduct other obituary searches, offer condolences/tributes, send flowers or create an online memorial. She worked for the Herbst Read More, Emmett H. Hall Jr. January 4, 1958 - February 23, 2023 Emmett Harold Hall Jr. died on February 23, 2023 in Reno, NV at the age of 65. Joan was kind, gracious, and elegant, with a laugh that would lift your heart. The following are names of those recorded deceased in San Mateo County from Nov. 15 to Nov. 21, 2022. Beloved mother to Michel (Mary), Monique and Roger. Creating an obituary on Echovita is free. 3, 2023. The following are names of those recorded deceased in San Mateo County from Oct. 4 to Oct. 10, 2022. Otto, a rare breed in many ways, was a native San Franciscan. After a long battle with cancer, Feinstein's husband of 40 years, died. The motorcyclist hit a guardrail and died at the scene, authorities with CHP and the sheriff's office said. Latest Obituaries in San Francisco California, Obituary listings by city and state. California Today A Survivor's Perspective on San Francisco's Drug Crisis Monday: A poignant voice in the debate over what can be done to combat overdose deaths. In 2021, Shorter's collaboration with esperanza spalding was featured on GP's 'San Francisco Reopening Night' in November 2021. He was with his partner of eight years and in the thoughts and prayers of his family and friends here and in Malaysia. Search United States obituaries and condolences, hosted by Find an obituary, get service details, leave condolence messages or send flowers or gifts in memory of a loved one. OBITUARY: Kazue "Kay" Ihara December 22, 2022 by Nichi Bei Weekly Staff Leave a Comment Kazue "Kay" Ihara Aug. 10, 1927 - Nov. 18, 2022 IHARA, KAZUE "KAY" passed away on November 18, 2022 surrounded by her loving family at the age of 95. Diane was a photographer who specialized in digitally-enhanced images, but in more To read the full obituary, leave condolences and more, visit: https://everloved., May 13, 1947 - Oct. 27, 2022Willis Griffin, 75, of San Francisco, CA, passed away on October 27, 2022 from [End stage COPD].Willis was predeceased by [Father, Mother, Sister]. 2023 County Office. Search San Francisco obituaries and condolences, hosted by Obituaries can vary in the amount of information they contain, but many of them are genealogical goldmines, including information such as: names, dates, place of birth and death, marriage information, and family relationships. The boy was swimming with friends when he drowned off Crissy Field in San Francisco. The longtime member of the University of California Board of Regents and husband of U.S. Sen. Dianne Feinstein, died Sunday evening. He was born in Redding, California, on January 4, 1958, to Wanda Cornet Hall and Emmett Harold Hall. We knew their names because they served our communities, were leaders of business and industry, played or coached for the regions sports teams, or entertained us at area events. Like our page to stay informed about passing of a loved one in San Francisco, California on facebook.

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