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September 23, 2018

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November 8, 2017
Shirley and her first family lived on San Pablo Ave. at the intersection of Selby Lane where I grew up. If it wasn't playing in their converted garage or a neighborhood baseball game and numerous functions at St. Victors Church with Scott & Cathy, I have fond memories as she was always kind.What a nice family. As time moved forward so did us all.

I have nothing but good things to always remember about this hard working person and family. The Stokesberry Family offers their belated heart felt condolences to this awesome person. Rest in peace Mrs. Yaeger as I knew you.

Kent Stokesberry
November 6, 2017
We First met Shirley in October 1968. We worked together in the City Of San Jose. Shirley and My wife Judy operated a Sandwich Shop called "Our Place" on third street. Shirley went on to work in the field of gerontology with the California Commission on Aging. She was a visionary, an idea person, and a great cook. judy and I opened a restaurant in Gilroy in 1974. Some of the desserts on the menu came from Shirley recipe's. We cooked with Shirley at a church retreat. When she called for a break, we met in the refrigerated walk in box for a glass of wine. What a wonderful career she had and great children.

Sam and Judy Bozzo Gilroy.
October 22, 2017
Well said, Dan Orloff. I have lasting memories of Shirley's years in office, and the grace and warmth with which she carried out her duties, and communicated with those of us in local media. In her post-politics years, I would often encounter her at various events. She would always make a point of extolling the virtues of the arts in our community. She lived what she preached in that regard, with her tireless support of artistic, and really all community events. A truly lovely woman, who is greatly missed.

My condolences and prayers to her family.
October 16, 2017
I worked with Shirley at Old Republic Title Co. for many years. I will forever miss her great smile and her tireless energy !
You are in my thoughts and prayers...