Ahmad worked for the City of Berkeley, was an enthusiastic member of the Berkeley Folk Dancers and, along with his family, enjoyed the great outdoors.
She grew up in The Uplands neighborhood in Berkeley, taught at The Academy, and raised her children in Port Townsend, Washington, on the Olympic Peninsula.
Gordon and his beloved Conan, a Bernese Mountain dog, could be found together at the Northside farmers market, Saul’s, and Masse’s.
Upon reaching Berkeley to attend Cal, George resolved never to live anywhere else, and he never did.
As an enlisted member of the Navy, Jerry experienced at least 20 atomic bombs tests before his 18th birthday.
David was passionately committed to the idea of Berkeley as “a place where things begin.”
She was and excellent actress (notably taking the lead role of Mrs. Smith in Actors Ensemble’s production of “The Bald Soprano” in 1961), and later switched to doing props and costumes.
Spohn bought the Berkeley coffee company in 2010 after working as its master roaster. He created a program where “cause coffees” raised funds for community nonprofits.
He was born in England but moved to the U.S. in 1954 to work as an architect. He was also known for his stunning notecards and his many commentaries on architecture in the local papers.
Cheryl, who enjoyed music, books, gardening, feline companions, British mysteries and organizing things, was a librarian at the Berkeley Lab for several decades.
A long-time pediatrician at Berkeley Pediatric Medical Group, Grossman had a calm and gentle demeanor, treating and guiding generations of patients and their families.
Hal was dedicated to his patients, family and his community. His generosity extended far and wide and he contributed to making the world a better place.