AD, who was honored in 2011 by the City of Berkeley who proclaimed a day in his honor, was a teacher, writer, editor, publisher, radio and television producer.
Steve touched countless lives through his work as a psychiatrist in county mental health, as a devoted friend and loving husband, father, grandfather and a father figure to many.
Luc had an enthusiasm for service and a passion for the sea. His gregarious nature earned him a place in the hearts of all whom he met.
Bernadette, an inspiring teacher to her King Middle School students, a counsellor to many and a fan of the ballet and books, took joy in simple moments and was much loved.
Stark will be deeply missed by her devoted audiences and students, on whom she bestowed so much inspiration, wisdom and insight.
Shuman spent the decade from 1960-1970 documenting New York City’s cultural ferment, and photographed Odetta, Nina Simone and the Beatles, among others.
A veritable Renaissance woman, Sheila had five successful careers, was an activist her whole life and carried her friends and family through many difficulties.
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.