San Francisco Obituaries

San Francisco Obituaries

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  • Yesterday | via Nashua Telegraph 

    John - Jack' Lincoln Gleason

    He is survived by his wife Jan, son Jeffrey of San Francisco, CA, daughter and son in law, Wren and David Hayes, of Exeter, NH, and grand children Tanager and Bower Hayes, his siblings Sandra Green, of Ashville, NY, Kristine Gleason, of Findley's Lake, NY, Karen and Larry Burnett of Columbus, IN. Jack was born in Westfield, NY December 2, 1943.


  • Yesterday | via Times-Union 

    Rick Allen (Northenor) Reed

    Rick Allen Reed, 68, Portland, Ore., and formerly of Warsaw, passed away at 11:44 p.m. Friday, Aug. 10, 2018, in his residence. Rick built and owned R.A. Reed Production Co.


  • Friday | via The Campbell Reporter 

    Woman's death after leaving jail in middle of night ...

    When Jessica St. Louis left Santa Rita County Jail last month, she headed to the nearest BART station more than a mile away. It was 1:30 a.m., and the trains wouldn't start running for another five hours.


  • Wednesday Aug 15 | via San Mateo Daily Journal 

    Longtime Burlingame religious leader dies

    Father Albert P. Vucinovich, who helped coordinate the centennial celebration for St. Catherine of Siena Catholic Church in Burlingame earlier this year, died of complications from Leukemia yesterday. He was 71. Vucinovich, a San Francisco native, retired in June for health reasons.


  • Tuesday Aug 14 | via RecordNET 

    Family, friends still trying to make sense of Dawn B...

    Four days later, family and friends continued to try to make sense of the sudden death last week of Dawn Bohulano Mabalon, a Stockton-born historian, activist and advocate for all things relating to her Filipino history. Mabalon's mother, 70-year-old Christine Bohulano Bloch, remembered Tuesday the whip-smart young girl who loved books and reading from an early age and grew up to be a professor and a published writer on the Filipino experience.


  • Monday Aug 13 | via My Mother Lode 

    The Latest: Firefighter killed battling California b...

    State fire officials say the firefighter died Monday at the site of the Mendocino Complex fire north of San Francisco. Six firefighters have now died in connection with a wave of massive wildfires that struck Northern California in the past weeks.


  • Monday Aug 13 | via SFGate 

    Muni contractor killed by steel beam in tunnel ident...

    A train waits to enter the Twin Peaks Tunnel at Forest Hill Station in San Francisco, Calif. Friday, June 22, 2018.


  • Monday Aug 13 | via San Mateo Daily Journal 

    'Goodbye to you our friend'

    Alex Shamis/Daily Journal Family and friends gathered Tuesday morning for mass at the All Souls Catholic Church of South San Francisco, to pay their respects to former Mayor/Councilmember Joe Fernekes. Alex Shamis/Daily Journal Family and friends gathered Tuesday morning for mass at the All Souls Catholic Church of South San Francisco, to pay their respects to former Mayor/Councilmember Joe Fernekes.


  • Sunday Aug 12 | via CBS Local 

    Founder of Good Earth Restaurant Chain Dies at 89

    Omarosa Secretly Taped Her White House Firing Former presidential adviser Omarosa Manigault Newman said Sunday she secretly recorded conversations she had in the White House, including her firing by chief of staff John Kelly. Person on Tracks Briefly Closes North Berkeley BART Station The North Berkeley BART station has reopened following a medical emergency in which a person entered the trackway and was pinned underneath a train.


  • Sunday Aug 12 | via SFBay 

    Injured Twin Peaks Tunnel worker dies

    A construction worker at the site of the Twin Peaks Tunnel project in San Francisco has died, Mayor London Breed said in a statement on Saturday. The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency reported the worker was injured by a temporary steel beam that fell and pinned the worker at the construction site on Friday around 4:30 p.m. The worker was taken to the trauma center at Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital where he died of his injuries.


  • Friday Aug 10 | via Fox News 

    California highway officer and motorist killed durin...

    California Highway Patrol officer Kirk Griess, 46, died during an enforcement stop Friday morning, officials said. A California Highway Patrol motorcycle officer and a motorist he had pulled over were both killed Friday when they were struck by a pickup truck on Interstate 80, authorities said.


  • Thursday Aug 9 | via San Mateo Daily Journal 

    Week in review

    Joe Fernekes, the man referred to as Mr. South San Francisco for his community service efforts, died from a heart attack this week in Las Vegas. He was 58. Fernekes was in Las Vegas for a Sierra Point Credit Union Board of Directors meeting with his wife Denise and her parents, Roy and Rose Bava, when he suffered a heart attack Tuesday night.


  • Wednesday Aug 8 | via NBC Bay Area 

    49ers to Honor Dwight Clark With Helmet Decal, Statue

    Some of the most illustrious players in San Francisco 49ers history gathered in San Francisco Wednesday morning to pay their respects to former 49er Dwight Clark. Bob Redell reports.


  • Wednesday Aug 1 | via SFGate 

    Dwight Clark tribute includes touching speech from M...

    Former 49ers owner Eddie DeBartolo stands with former players at Dwight Clark's memorial service at Grace Cathedral. Clark, a former 49ers wide receiver, died from complications related to ALS on June 4. less Former 49ers owner Eddie DeBartolo stands with former players at Dwight Clark's memorial service at Grace Cathedral.


  • Wednesday Aug 1 | via The Campbell Reporter 

    Eddie DeBartolo remembers Dwight Clark: Herea s what...

    Family, local leaders and some former NFL players attended a private memorial service for San Francisco 49ers great Dwight Clark at Grace Cathedral in San Francisco on Wednesday, Aug. 1, 2018. Former 49ers owner Eddie DeBartolo, center, is joined by former players, Joe Montana, left, and Jerry Rice, right, among others during the service.


  • Tuesday Jul 31 | via NewsOn6 Tulsa 

    California subway killing suspect turns himself in t...

    Jashawn Combs, 24, turned himself in after police circulated photos of the July 21 assault captured on surveillance cameras, Bay Area Rapid Transit spokesman Chris Filippi said Monday. Transit police said a suspect punched Don Stevens once in the head with a closed fist on a subway platform.


  • Saturday Jul 28 | via SFGate 

    Former pitcher Cloninger who hit 2 slams in game die...

    Former major league pitcher Tony Cloninger, perhaps best known for hitting two grand slams in a game, has died. He was 77. Cloninger died Tuesday.


  • Friday Jul 27 | via The New York Times 

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  • Friday Jul 27 | via SFGate 

    Corrections, July 29

    The obituary for San Francisco attorney Phil Ryan included incorrect and incomplete information about surviving family members. Kelly Ryan of Sacramento was his daughter.


  • Mar 7, 2018 | via 

    Blockchain update: Is the bubble about to burst?

    There's a lot going on in the world of decentralised networking and not just the daily rollercoaster ride of the cryptocurrency markets. A decade after the mysterious Satoshi Nakamoto first unleashed Bitcoin on an unsuspecting world, the blockchain has grown and branched out and now a thousand flowers blossom, some of them rather peculiar blooms indeed.