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Taggart, Leilani - San Francisco  
Leilani (Mosler) Taggart Leilani (Mosler) Taggart, 53, peacefully passed away on August 18, 2015, after courageously fighting a long battle with cancer. Leilani was born and raised in San Francisco. She joined PSA (later US Air) as a flight attendant until the mid 1990's. Everyone who met Leilani instantly loved her. She was always warm, friendly and happy to see you. Her presence just made you feel so full of joy and gratefulness to have her as a friend. She enjoyed music, cooking, and nature but her pride and joy was her three children, and her loving husband, who were the center and focus of her life. Leilani is survived by her three children, Scott, Kevin, Jaclyn, her husband, Jeffrey Taggart, her mother-in-law, Delores Taggart, her sister and brother, Kimberly and Eric Mosler and her sister's partner Kristen Natoli. Family and friends are invited to attend a Memorial Service for Leilani on Thursday, September 3, 2015 2pm at Menlo Park Presbyterian Church, 950 Santa Cruz Avenue, Menlo Park. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to: Mission Hospice and Home Care San Mateo www.missionhospice.org .
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Published in San Francisco Chronicle on Aug. 30, 2015
Trevithick, Mary - Burlingame  
Mary Louise Trevithick April 9, 1927 - August 18, 2015 Child of God, faithful mother of Dan, Deborah, Kevin and Bruce Trevithick, proud grandmother to Victoria (Steven) Smith, Kelly (Jimmy) Carney, Margaret (Gokhan) Ates, Jacob Trevithick and Caroline Trevithick. Mother-in-Law to Jennifer (Ebling) Trevithick, Karen (Refvem) Chandler and Cheryl Leeth Trevithick. Mary Brennan was the daughter of Edmund Burke Brennan and Caroline (Main) Brennan. She was a faithful and active member of New Life community church (formerly First Baptist Church of Burlingame) since she walked alone to church every Sunday as a seven year old girl. It was there that she eventually met her devoted husband and the love of her life, Leonard Trevithick, when he was an active serviceman in the U.S. Navy. Over the next five decades, Burlingame, and the First Baptist Church, was home to them except for short stints in Pueblo, CO and Berkeley, CA. Leonard and Mary were married for 56 years until Leonard's passing in 2003. Mary worked for California Teachers Association, in Burlingame, as the Supervisor of Membership Processing and retired after 18 years. She also served in various community organizations including PTA's at McKinley, Burlingame Intermediate, and Burlingame High Schools, where her children attended, PEO and the San Mateo County Assistance League where she exercised leadership in Operation School Bell, meeting the needs of children with clothing and school supplies to encourage their success. Education was of great value to Mary, whose own schooling was cut short in college due to circumstances of the Great Depression and WWII. However she was most proud of the seven degrees earned by her four children and the success in life she made possible by encouraging them in this way. Mary was a diehard Giants fan since the team arrived in San Francisco. She was in the upper deck of Candlestick during the 1989 earthquake and was more worried about a Giants' loss than her own safety! A memorial service will take place at New Life Community Church, 1430 Palm Dr. (at El Camino) in Burlingame at 2:00 p.m. on Saturday, October 3. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to The Assistance League of San Mateo County (Operation School Bell) 528 N. San Mateo Dr, San Mateo, CA 94401 or New Life Community Church, 1430 Palm Dr., Burlingame CA 94010.
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Published in San Francisco Chronicle on Aug. 30, 2015

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Twohey, Donald - Fair Oaks, Ca  
Donald E. Twohey June 19, 1928 - August 19, 2015 Died after a short illness. Predeceased by his siblings Bill and Mary Ann, and beloved first and final wife, Yvette. Cherished father of four children with Yvette: Carole Hughes (Ralph), Janet Twohey (Rick Gilmore), Ann Bennett (Jim), Joan Twohey-Jacobs, and two children with second wife Jerilou: Paul Twohey, and Rebecca Wright (Matt). Also leaves behind ten grateful grandchildren. His last 6 years were made sweeter by Dorothy Geduldig. We would all like to thank Una, Sam and Miri for their tender care. Born in Livermore, Don lived the whole of his life in Northern California, and maintained a lifetime love affair with the Sierra Nevada. Don worked for the National Labor Relations Board for more than twenty years, and as an arbitrator after retiring from the Board. He helped establish the California Agricultural Labor Relations Board in the late 1970's. In retirement, he had more time to devote to his passions. He was an avid fly fisherman, backpacker and hiker. He worked on trail crews along the Pacific Crest Trail (sometimes with his grandsons) well into his eighties. As a productive gardener, he shared his bounty with us all, became a Master Food Preserver, and a great cook. Don loved life, and was planning his next adventures (to the Grand Canyon and the Feather River) even on the day he died. Looking back on his life, Don would say that he'd had a wonderful life, full of love. Friends and family are invited to attend a Funeral Mass at Divine Savior Catholic Church 9079 Greenback Lane, Orangevale, CA on Saturday, August 29 at 11:00 AM In lieu of flowers, Don requested donations to Sacramento Food Bank or an organization of your choice.
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Published in San Francisco Chronicle from Aug. 27 to Aug. 28, 2015

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Takahashi, Junko - San Francisco  
Junko Takahashi Junko Takahashi passed peacefully at home on July 13, 2015 at the age of 97. She was born on January 6, 1918 in San Francisco California. She completed an AA degree prior to her family's internment at Topaz during the war. She met her future husband, Dr. Tom Takahashi, DDS, early on during the internment. Junko lived in Berkeley with her family in the same home since 1950. Besides raising three children she worked as the office manager at her husband's dental practice until he retired. Her hobbies were baking, sewing, needlework and gardening. She will be remembered as a loving and devoted wife and mother. She now joins her one and only true love, Tom, who passed last year after 67 years of marriage. Junko is survived by her children Ann, John, MD (Barbara) and Irene, MD (Michael Tyndall, MD). She was the proud grandmother of Mat, Mariko, Scott, Glen and Jack. There will be a private family service. No donations, please.
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Published in San Francisco Chronicle on Aug. 23, 2015
Thompson III, Ernest - Moss Beach  
Ernest B. Thompson III Ernest B Thompson III was born November 22, 1936 in Bethany, Missouri and passed away unexpectedly in Palo Alto, California on July 22, 2015. Ernest earned a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from Iowa State University, and a M.A. from the University of Missouri. He served his country in the U.S. Air Force. He was a CPA at Arthur Andersen Company, New York; Assistant Corporate Controller at NCR Corporation in Dayton, Ohio; and Vice President and Controller of Amdahl Corporation in Sunnyvale, California. Ernest served as President of the San Francisco Institute of Financial Executives. Ernest was involved in the Kappa Sigma Fraternity, Half Moon Bay Yacht Club and officer and the Santa Clara County Center for Prevention of Child Abuse. He was an Eagle Scout and was Scout Master of Troop 255, Half Moon Bay, where his son, Ernest IV, also attained the rank of Eagle Scout. He spent the last several decades enjoying his life on the foggy coast of Moss Beach, California. He was a superb bridge player and enjoyed his bridge club. Ernest loved traveling and skiing and was an opera and classical music buff, piano player, an antique car mechanic, and an avid researcher of family genealogy. His memorial service was held at the Poland-Thompson Funeral Home of Cameron, Missouri. He was buried at the Evergreen Cemetery on August 10th, 2015, near his parents, grandparents, great-grandparents and many ancestors. He is survived by his son, Ernest B Thompson IV of Moss Beach, CA; brother Roy Sloan Thompson and his wife Jean of Ft. Pierce, FL; sister Virginia Ann Watson and her husband Will of Berryville, VA; niece Lisa Marie Thompson and her children Olivia and Camilo Dolorier of Berkeley, CA; and his dear friend Wendy Taylor of San Mateo, California. He was preceded in death by his wife of 43 years, Virginia Boland Thompson, his parents, Ernest B Jr. and Maurine Sloan Thompson and nephew Evan Sloan Thompson. Donations can be made to the Shriners Hospital for Children at: http://www.shrinershospitalsforchildren.org/donate
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Published in San Francisco Chronicle on Aug. 23, 2015
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