San Francisco Obituaries

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  • 2 hrs ago | via WZVN-TV Fort Myers 

    San Francisco chief releases racist texts, orders tr...

    San Francisco's ... San Francisco's police chief has ordered "effective immediately" that all officers attend an anti-harassment class, even as he released more transcripts of a former lieutenant and two former officers exchanging... San Francisco's police chief said Friday that he has ordered that all officers finish an anti-harassment class within the next month amid a racist texting scandal that has rocked the department already dogged by fatal... An anonymous video threatening the safety of "American students" posted to a location-based social media app group connected to Ohio University prompted heightened security on the campus and closed six area school... An anonymous video threatening the safety of "American students" was posted by a social media user in Europe, and there is no risk to Ohio University, authorities said Friday.

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  • 8 hrs ago | via Sierra Sun 

    Jim Porter: On turning 70 ... and 37 years of this c...

    A significant milestone will occur next week on Cinco de Mayo. I attain a certain status, and while it is better than the other option, it is quite sobering and has put me in a state of serious reflection.

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  • Tuesday Apr 26 | via KRON 4 

    Protesters urge local dioceses to acknowledge sexual...

    A small group of protesters today urged Catholic Church officials in the Bay Area to reach out to anyone who may have been abused by priests after two priests who previously worked in the region were recently accused of sexually abusing children. Members of the Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests organized the protest, which took place outside of The Cathedral of Christ the Light in Oakland.

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  • Tuesday Apr 26 | via The Bitterroot Star 

    Ann Victoria Williams

    Ann Victoria Williams, 40 , of Stevensville, Montana, passed away Thursday morning at Community Medical Center due to complications from her lifelong struggle with diabetes.

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  • Tuesday Apr 26 | via The Mountaineer Publishing Company 

    Michael L. 'Mike' Yantes

    A native of Rockbridge, Ohio, he was the son of the late Homer Eugene and Ruth Immel Yantes, and was also preceded in death by his wife, Joneita Yantes, who died in 2012. Mike selflessly and proudly served his country in the United States Marine Corps.

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  • Friday Apr 22 | via The Daily Democrat 

    Davis man dead, Winters ambulance driver hurt in Bay...

    CROCKETT >> A Davis man died Thursday and three ambulance workers - including one from Winters - were injured critically in two multicar crashes in the same area of Interstate 80, the California Highway Patrol said. Angel Valenzuela, 25, died when the Mazda he was driving collided with a semi-truck while going eastbound on I-80 just west of the Cummings Skyway exit around 3:24 a.m., the CHP said in a statement posted on the agency's Facebook page.

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  • Thursday Apr 21 | via San Jose Mercury News 

    Barry Bonds and his strange return to AT&T Park

    Not long after the Giants won their third World Series, former outfielder Barry Bonds said of AT&T Park: "I built this ballpark. Y'all just learned how to use it."

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  • Thursday Apr 21 | via San Jose Mercury News 

    Barry Bonds and his strange return to AT&T Park

    Barry Bonds, baseball's most famous hitting coach, returns to AT&T Park on Friday when his new team, the Miami Marlins, arrives for a three-game series. Bonds can see the statue of Willie Mays, the cove named after Willie McCovey and the fan base that cheered him unabashedly toward his home run record.

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  • Thursday Apr 21 | via Inside Bay Area 

    Barry Bonds and his strange return to AT&T Park

    Barry Bonds, baseball's most famous hitting coach, returns to AT&T Park on Friday when his new team, the Miami Marlins, arrives for a three-game series. Bonds can see the statue of Willie Mays, the cove named after Willie McCovey and the fan base that cheered him unabashedly toward his home run record.

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  • Wednesday Apr 20 | via The Chronicle-Telegram 

    Thomas M. "Tom" Linden

    Thomas M. "Tom" Linden, 64, of Spencer, died Wednesday, April 13, 2016 in San Francisco, California, while on vacation fulfilling a lifelong dream to see the Redwoods.

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  • Wednesday Apr 20 | via Trading Post 

    Ethan Gerding

    Lois A. Lee, 80, of Wadsworth, was called home to the arms of Jesus April 18, 2016 and left this world surrounded by her loving family. Thomas M. "Tom" Linden, 64, of Spencer, died April 13, 2016, in San Francisco, Calif., while on vacation fulfilling a lifelong dream to see the Redwoods.

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  • Saturday Apr 16 | via WKOW-TV 

    Rescuers search waters off San Francisco for 2 missi...

    Authorities say one of two firefighters shot while making a welfare check in a Maryland suburb of Washington has died. As police worked Saturday to determine why a person opened fire on firefighters who were responding to a call for help at a home in a Maryland suburb of Washington, the shooter was released from custody.

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  • Friday Apr 15 | via SFGate 

    Parade kicks off 110th anniversary of 1906 quake

    Donna Huggins kisses Lee Houskeeper on the cheek after dancing with him next to Liane Corrales and Bill Koenig in front of the George Washington High School Marching Band at the end of parade commemorating the 1906 earthquake. less Donna Huggins kisses Lee Houskeeper on the cheek after dancing with him next to Liane Corrales and Bill Koenig in front of the George Washington High School Marching Band at the end of ... more The George Washington High School Marching Band crosses Powell Street during the annual parade commemorating the anniversary of the 1906 earthquake.

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  • Friday Apr 15 | via NBC Bay Area 

    1st 1906 Quake Anniversary With No Original Survivors

    Bill Del Monte died earlier this year at age 109, marking and end to the last survivors of the 1906 earthquake and fire. When San Francisco gathers at Lotta's Fountain this coming Monday morning to remember the 1906 Earthquake and Fire, it will mark 110 ten years since the devastating event.

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  • Thursday Apr 14 | via RiverBender.com Obits 

    Daniel G. Eng

    Daniel G. Eng, 36, of Glen Carbon, Illinois, passed away at 11:27 a.m. on Monday, April 4, 2016 at home. He was born May 1, 1979 in San Francisco, California, son of Marcia E. Eng of Glen Carbon and Edward K. Eng of San Jose, California.

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  • Wednesday Apr 13 | via KLTV Tyler 

    Story unfolds as author of found 1920's travel journ...

    The travel journals were written in 1928 and 1960. They are full of entries from countries all over the world.

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  • Monday Apr 11 | via Patch.com 

    Remembering Oakland Resident Maureen Anne Scannell

    OAKLAND, CA: Maureen passed away peacefully at home on April 4, 2016 in Oakland surrounded by loved ones, and in the thoughts and prayers of those who could not be present. Survived by daughter Sheila Murray , son Sean Scannell, daughter Colleen Kunz , son Daniel J. Scannell , daughter Kathleen Flood , twin sister Aileen Scully, and 15 grandchildren.

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  • Saturday Apr 9 | via SFGate 

    Standing' ovation for premiere of AIDS survivor film

    If sprits took up movie seats, the Castro Theatre would have been in violation of the San Francisco fire code on Friday night. "To come here is kind of like walking into the most wonderful thing in the world," said Harry Breaux of San Francisco, standing just off a temporary red carpet in a bright floral blazer.

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  • Friday Apr 8 | via Happening-here? 

    We live among killers

    Our trigger happy San Francisco police department did it again Thursday, shooting a Latino homeless man in the Mission because, they say, he threatened them with what they call an "edged weapon." He died at San Francisco General Hospital; no name has been released at this writing.

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  • Mar 29, 2016 | via On Common Ground News 

    Health

    The DeKalb Chamber of Commerce is partnering with Weebly , a global website builder tech firm, to empower entrepreneurs to create their own website at the "Like a Boss" Bus Tour on Friday, April 15 at Decatur Square from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. "In the digital age, having an online presence is essential for businesses looking for ways to stay competitive," said Katerina Taylor , president and CEO of DeKalb Chamber. "We understand the value and impact of having an online presence, and encourage entrepreneurs to come build their own website with free professional help."

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