A former editor for UC Press and the founder of University Press Books and Musical Offering Cafe, McClung was an influential force in the Bay Area’s university and literary communities.
Kelly made every experience and every person feel special and important. He made every moment count.
Russell, world-renowned feminist activist, scholar and author, devoted her life to the remediation of crimes against women.
Carla was a tireless advocate for social justice who devoted herself to helping the disadvantaged, and all who knew her were touched by her energy, intelligence and drive.
Dick, also known as ‘Stoneman,’ worked as a mail carrier for 30 years and had many interests, including golf, reading and playing the ponies. He also spent much time with, and was much loved by, his family.
He loved music, was an excellent snare drummer, and launched the research division at Children’s Hospital. He also oversaw its merger with UC San Francisco.
An avid traveler and always engaged in the larger community, Stuart’s boundless curiosity and passion for sharing knowledge came together in many ways.
Margy Wilkinson participated in the Free Speech Movement, helped secure a contract for UC Berkeley classified workers, led KPFA and fought to preserve the character of South Berkeley.
Friends called Seth “everyone’s brother.” He was revered by teachers as a student who took “AP everything.” A $50,000 reward has been offered to help solve the case. A new scholarship fund has also been created.
Through the Berkeley pre-school she directed for over 40 years, Rosemary instilled an early foundation of heartfelt generosity, cooperation and curious and confident self-expression in hundreds of Bay Area children.
Eva’s many Berkeley friends remember her for her kind, generous and loving nature and her courage in facing her final illness.
He and 300 other scientists shared in the Nobel Peace Prize with Vice President Al Gore in 2007