Ron Fujikawa
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Ron Fujikawa was born April 6, 1948 in Mount Vernon, Missouri. He was the 3rd child of Alice Mae Aoki, a pianist and epicurean and Dr. Yoshihiko Fred Fujikawa, a thoracic surgeon. Ron, along with his brother Denny and his sister Carol grew up in Long Beach California. Ron attended Wilson High School where he was student body vice President and captain of the varsity football and baseball teams. Ron attended Stanford University and played on both the varsity football and baseball teams. After graduating from Stanford Law school Ron Joined the law fi rm of Gibson, Dunn in Los Angeles. Soon thereafter, Ron and three colleagues established their own fi rm, Kinsella, Bosch, Fujikawa, and Towle. In 1980, Ron married Melissa Linehan and together they had three sons Michael, Daniel, and Braden. Ron was an avid golfer and beloved member of LA Country Club. In 1998, Ron joined the law firm of Greenberg, Glusker as partner. Ron was an active community member who served as president of the Wildwood School board of trustees and a longtime member of Windward School Board of Trustees. Ron lived most of his adult years in Santa Monica: the last ten were joyfully spent with his devoted companion, Rebecca Foster. Services will be held in his honor Friday Oct. 26 at 11am at The Lake Shrine Temple in Pacific Palisades. All who want to celebrate him are welcome.

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Published in Los Angeles Times on Oct. 21, 2012.
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October 22, 2012
i had the strangest dream last night that you were alive and we were having lunch together, like old times. You looked great, handsome as ever. I like to believe that really was you visiting me for one last lunch. You are gone but won't be forgotten. Thank you for being such a positive force in my life. xoxo
Brenda Tavakoli
October 22, 2012
"Thanks for the Memories" "The Classics "and the everyday.... I love you Forever... K.C." "Dia"
K.C.
October 22, 2012
I'm so sorry to hear of an old friend's passing. I always remember Fuji with a smile in my heart. That will never change.
Margaret Burdge
Margaret Burdge
October 21, 2012
Fuji, you have been a guiding light for so many, many people who's lives you have touched over your magnificent, but too short lifetime, and You will continue to be the guiding light in the hearts of all you have touch. You are a True Gentleman of the Highest Order and will always be in our hearts ... Thank you Ronnie ...
Steve Burton
October 21, 2012
What a true loss. Your death is way too early. Say hi to my sister if you run into her. Joan Baverstock Zuck
October 21, 2012
He was the most loved and is now the most missed. <3 <3 <3
Erin
October 21, 2012
Miss you every second Ronnie. I love you. xoxoxoJord
Jordan Foster
October 20, 2012
Always loved our time with Ron.
So many great memories!!
Deep love and prayers.
Mary and Matt mccoy
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