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Mayor collapses at home, dies at hospital  Omar Ahmad died of a heart attack. He was pronounced dead upon arrival at the hospital Local soldier killed in Afghanistan  A 21-year-old Army Spc. Derek T. Simonetta was among six soldiers killed in an attack by insurgents in Afghanistan on Sunday Ex-Sunset Magazine Publisher Lane Dead  Former Sunset magazine publisher Bill Lane, who donated millions of dollars to Stanford University and environmental causes, has died at 90 Aviation Pioneer Elinor Smith Dies  One of the youngest and most daring pilots in the 1920s when she set a number of flying records was 98 Hunger striker dies after fighting Shell Oil  Mehdi Shahbazi, a gasoline station operator who waged a hunger strike and public-relations battle, died at 65 State Assemblyman Lou Papan, 78, dies  Former state Assemblyman, a Democrat known as 'Dean of the Assembly', was suffering an apparent heart attack   Soldier, 21, Killed In Iraq  Army Sgt. William M. Sigua died from small-arms fire while on patrol in Bayji Bodies Of Tongan Royals Headed Home  Tongans from the Bay Area carried the coffins of Prince Tu'ipelehake and Princess Kaimana, out of a funeral home Memorial For Murder Victims  A candlelight memorial was held in honor of the 220 people killed in the city since it became incorporated in 1983   Soldier From San Bruno Killed In Iraq
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1. 2018-03-16 Stanford Law grad among seven killed in Iraq chopper crash Stanford
C. 2014-11-20 Marian B. Brown, half of S.F.ís famous twins, dies at 87 San Mateo
3. 2011-12-29 Tuskegee Airman laid to rest San Mateo
2011-08-01 Soldier from D. City is killed in Afghanistan Daly City
F. 2011-05-10 Mayor collapses at home, dies at hospital San Carlos
6. 2010-12-14 Local soldier killed in Afghanistan Redwood City
H. 2010-08-03 Ex-Sunset Magazine Publisher Lane Dead Stanford
I. 2010-03-24 Aviation Pioneer Elinor Smith Dies Palo Alto
J. 2007-11-17 Hunger striker dies after fighting Shell Oil Palo Alto

Marian B. Brown, half of S.F.ís famous twins, dies at 87  Marian B. Brown, the younger sibling in San Franciscoís most recognizable set of twins, has died Thursday at a hospice center in San Mateo Tuskegee Airman laid to rest  Services were held for Dr. Richard Caesar, one of the African-American squadron that flew combat missions in World War II Soldier from D. City is killed in Afghanistan
  Stanford Law grad among seven killed in Iraq chopper crash


March 2018 ... more > Top ^
Mar.16   Stanford
  37-year-old fire marshal Christopher 'Tripp' Zanetis was an associate in Debevoise & Plimpton's Litigation Department


year 2014 Top ^

Nov.20   San Mateo


year 2011 Top ^

Dec.29   San Mateo
Aug.1   Daly City
  Sgt. William GrossPaniagua, 28, died in Kunar province when enemy forces attacked his vehicle with an explosive device
May.10   San Carlos


year 2010 Top ^

Dec.14   Redwood City
Aug.3   Stanford
Mar.24   Palo Alto


year 2007 Top ^

Nov.17   Palo Alto
Apr.28   Burlingame
Feb.2   Los Altos Hills


year 2006 Top ^

Jul.18   San Mateo
Mar.19   East Palo Alto
Mar.17   San Bruno
  19-year-old Pfc. Angelo A. Zawaydeh died when his traffic control point came under mortar attack in Baghdad
Jan.11   East Palo Alto Public Services For Slain Officer  A public visitation is underway for 38-year-old Officer Richard May who was shot and killed in the line of duty Jan.9   East Palo Alto Police Mourn Colleague's Death  Richard May was a 15-year veteran of law enforcement

year 2004 Top ^

Nov.20   Los Altos 600 mourn death of author Iris Chang, 36  Eulogies, delivered in English and Chinese, expressed shock and sorrow at Chang's death

year 2002 Top ^

Feb.23   Stanford   Pearl mourned as former student  The community is mourning the slaying of Wall Street Journal reporter, who graduated from the university in 1985 Feb.18   Stanford John Gardner, cabinet official, dead  John W. Gardner helped launch Medicare and became known as the father of campaign finance reform

year 2001 Top ^

Sep.7   Palo Alto Leader of liberation theology dead  Robert McAfee Brown bridged tensions between Protestants and Catholics. He was 81 Jun.21   Los Altos Bluesman John Lee Hooker dies
  The veteran blues singer recorded more than 100 albums

year 2000 Top ^

Dec.31   Los Altos Alan Cranston died
  Former Sen., a liberal. He ended 24-year Senate career in 1993. Died at 86
Feb.8   San Mateo Grieving Alaska Flight families gather
  Family, friends and co-workers of the 88 victims of Flight 261 is marking the week anniversary of the plane's crash


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