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September 23, 2018

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June 5, 2018
Our deepest condolences to Sal's family. We would have come to Sal's funeral if we had know of his death. He was a neighbor and friend for over 35 years. Sal's puns were always corny, but we loved them as much as we loved him. He was a sincere, intelligent, and wonderful person who we were privileged to have as a friend. He had a great love of life and spirit of adventure. With all his many accomplishments, he still maintained a humble manner. We enjoyed many happy times with him and will miss him so very much.
December 18, 2017
So sorry to learn of Sal's passing. I knew him as a classmate at Stanford Business School - we were on the bowling team together, he was the best bowler on the team. Always had a warm smile and was a pleasure to be around. The Stanford MBA Class of 72 sends our condolences to Sal's family.
October 1, 2017
I just heard about the tragic passing of my uncle Sal Sanchez, brother to my late father Librado. I am sorry that I didn't hear about the funeral and would have attended to honor and celebrate Uncle Sal's life. He a made a big impact on my life 9/1960 when i registered classes to attend SJSU. He picked me up and stood in the long line, wrapped around campus, through the science building, and helped me complete registration. I recieved my BA and returned later to earn a MA from SJSU. Our paths crossed when Sal became the Provost of Affirmative Action/Chicano Affairs at Stanford and I was the Minority Recruitment Coordinator for Santa Clara County and Affirmative Action Manager at General Electric. I got to know Sal when he worked at Wells Fargo and saw him at many professional conferences throughout our careers. I was very proud of my uncle and respeted him for making sacrifices to take care of Abuelita Petra and Abuelito Ramon on Taylor street. He was a good, humble, intelligent man who was proud of his Mexican heritage and loved his family. My condolences to the family. May he rest in peace.
September 20, 2017
Dear Sal, You were always so kind, and a wonderful friend! I remember going to SAN FRAN for parents citizenship papers!Love you! Sincere condolences to your lovely family!
-Patti Quinn