Art White was a loyal partner and friend and an integral member of the Red Oak family.
Williams spent 20 years as assistant director of the San Francisco Planning Department, and was the principal author of its renowned Downtown Plan.
Friends, family and teachers memorialize a young man beloved in his community and described as playful, warm and an avid sports fan.
Growing up in North Berkeley, life was rarely dull for Barry Corten, who went on to work at the San Francisco Chronicle and then for many years as a successful real estate agent.
While teaching high school world history, Cynthia Stokes Brown developed a passion for helping others understand history.
George T. Farrell worked as a U.S. Forest Service entomologist for his entire career, conducting important research on the impact of beetle infestations on Western forests.
Carmen Moreno de Aponte held several leadership positions in the Venezuelan government, notably in the areas of finance, development, and tourism.
Daniel Martin published several books of his artwork and poetry and was dedicated to fighting against nuclear weapons.
Christopher Malcolmb died at the age of 47, leaving behind not only his immediate family but the many people that he cared so much about.
Ernie English was a longtime employee of the Safeway on Solano Avenue. He loved to travel, write poetry and throw parties to showcase budding musicians and other artists.