San Francisco Obituaries

San Francisco Obituaries

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  • 8 hrs ago | via Yahoo! 

    California wildfires: Firefighters work to contain n...

    Firefighters are battling the blazes that are ravaging California on several new fronts, while rescuers search for remains in the wreckage left by the deadliest and most destructive wildfires in California history At least 44 people have died in the fires, with 42 of those deaths caused by the Camp Fire that has virtually destroyed the town of Paradise that 27,000 people had called home. The first victims have been identified - among them Carl Wiley, 77, musician Ernest Foss, 63 and Jesus Fernandez, 48, who died alongside his beloved dog King.

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  • Tuesday | via WKOW-TV 

    The Latest: Family mourns loss of musician in wildfire

    The daughter of one of three named victims from the Northern California wildfire says that Ernie Foss Jr. was a musician and former San Francisco resident who shared his love of music with others. Angela Loo told KTVU-TV on Sunday that the family is devastated by the death of her father, one of at least 42 people killed by the fire.

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  • Sunday Nov 11 | via Dayton Daily News 

    Mitchell, Fred

    MITCHELL, Fred John Age 74 of Hamilton, passed away at Fort Hamilton Hospital on Thursday, November 8, 2018. Fred was born in Hamilton, Ohio on May 12, 1944 to Fred John Mitchell and Mary T. Mitchell.

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  • Tuesday Nov 6 | via The Daily Republic 

    Frank Kincaid

    Frank was born in Fairfield, California, and passed away in West Point, California. He graduated from Vacaville High School in 1972.

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  • Monday Nov 5 | via The News-Review 

    Jason Mendenhall

    After a life long battle with Cystic Fibrosis, Jason passed away November 1, 2018, at the University of California Medical Center in San Francisco. His wife, Nickye, parents and other family members were by his side.

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  • Monday Nov 5 | via Visalia Times-Delta 

    Strawser, Marjorie Ann

    Marjorie Ann Strawser Visalia - Feb. 1, 1931 - Nov. 1, 2018 Marjorie Strawser of Visalia, California passed away peacefully in her sleep on Thursday, November 1, 2018, at the age of 87. She was born Marjorie Ann Jacobs on February 1, 1931 in Alameda, CA to Michael and Jeanette Aslin Jacobs. She was the third of five children.

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  • Saturday Nov 3 | via KNBR-AM San Francisco 

    Giants to hold public celebration of life for Willie...

    The San Francisco Giants and the family of Willie McCovey will remember the remarkable life of the Giants Legend and Hall of Famer who passed away peacefully earlier this week at the age of 80 after losing his battle with ongoing health issues. PARKING: Please be advised that guests are encouraged to take public transportation as Giants Lot A is not available for public parking.

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  • Friday Nov 2 | via SFGate 

    Hardy Fox, co-founder of the experimental rock group...

    Hardy Fox, co-founder of the avant-garde band, grew up in Texas and moved to S.F. in 1967. Hardy Fox, co-founder of the avant-garde band, grew up in Texas and moved to S.F. in 1967.

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  • Friday Nov 2 | via The Messenger 

    Richard Fuller

    Richard was born on August 16, 1939 in Eagle Grove, Iowa to Morris Fuller and Yolanda Fuller, and he was the third of five children in the family, with older brothers Duane and Dennis, a younger brother Ronnie, and a younger sister Diane. In 1957, Richard graduated from Bradgate Consolidated High School.

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  • Thursday Nov 1 | via San Mateo Daily Journal 

    Giants Hall of Famer Willie McCovey has died at age 80

    Willie McCovey, the sweet-swinging Hall of Famer nicknamed "Stretch" for his 6-foot-4 height and those long arms, died Wednesday. He was 80. The San Francisco Giants announced McCovey's death, saying the fearsome hitter passed "peacefully" in the afternoon "after losing his battle with ongoing health issues."

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  • Thursday Nov 1 | via WNFL-AM Green Bay 

    San Francisco Giants famed slugger Willie McCovey de...

    Blessed with a sweeping, powerful swing, the left-handed first baseman hit 521 homers during his 22 years in the majors, and his 18 grand slams rank as the most ever by a player who spent his career entirely in the National League. McCovey, whose death the Giants announced on Twitter, was voted National League Rookie of the Year in 1959, won Most Valuable Player honors in 1969, and was a six-time All Star.

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  • Thursday Nov 1 | via NBC Chicago 

    San Francisco Giants Legend Willie McCovey Dies at 80

    Giants legend and baseball Hall of Famer Willie McCovey died Wednesday afternoon, according to the team. He was 80 years old.

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  • Wednesday Oct 31 | via NBC29 

    Giants Hall of Famer Willie McCovey dies at 80

    Victories are hard to come by for those working to stop the vitriol on far-right websites and forums that opponents say fuel real-world bloodshed. Victories are hard to come by for those working to stop the vitriol on far-right websites and forums that opponents say fuel real-world bloodshed.

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  • Wednesday Oct 31 | via Fox News 

    Willie McCovey, San Francisco Giants slugger and Hal...

    San Francisco Giants Willie McCovey portrait from his 1964 season with the San Francisco Giants. Willie McCovey played for 22 years with 3 different teams, was a 6-time All-Star, 1969 National League MVP and was inducted to the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1986.

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  • Wednesday Oct 31 | via KNBR-AM San Francisco 

    Giants legend Willie McCovey passes away at the age ...

    It is with great sadness that we announce that San Francisco Giants Legend and Hall of Famer Willie McCovey passed away peacefully this afternoon at the age of 80 after losing his battle with ongoing health issues. "San Francisco and the entire baseball community lost a true gentleman and legend, and our collective hearts are broken," said Giants President & Chief Executive Officer Laurence M. Baer.

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  • Wednesday Oct 31 | via KNBR-AM San Francisco 

    Steve Kerr discusses death of Willie McCovey

    It's a sad day for the Giants family. Legendary hitter Willie McCovey, who totaled 521 home runs in his illustrious career, and was constantly around AT&T Park in recent years, died today.

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  • Wednesday Oct 31 | via Paradise Post 

    Willie McCovey: How we mourned S.F. Giants legend on...

    Around the Bay Area and beyond, social media users paused to pay their respects to San Francisco Giants legend and major-league baseball Hall of Famer Willie McCovey, who died Wednesday at age 80. In a tweet from the Giants' Twitter account, the team shared the sad news and put out the #Forever44 hashtag. Franchise fans from the famous to the not-so-famous followed along with more than a few memories of the man known as "Stretch."

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  • Monday Oct 29 | via Davis Enterprise 

    Paula E. Gunther

    Paula E. Gunther passed away at home, surrounded by her family, on July 15, following a short, intense struggle with advanced breast cancer. Penny was born in San Francisco in 1944.

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  • Monday Oct 29 | via Marin Independent Journal 

    Terry Hennessy, former Tiburon mayor, dies at 78

    Family and friends this week are celebrating the life of Therese Hennessy, a former Tiburon mayor and town clerk who died Friday at age 78. Ms. Hennessy, who was described by friends as a generous, sympathetic person dedicated to service and community, died of complications from a lung disease.

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  • Sunday Oct 21 | via The Daily Republic 

    Carol Ann Harned

    Carol was born to Harold and Rose Scott in San Francisco, California. She attended Richmond High, UC Davis, and then went on to nursing school where she discovered her greatest passion, caring for others.

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