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Eugene Albert Ravizza

Mountain View, California

1928 - 2019

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Eugene Albert RavizzaResident of Los AltosGene passed from this life on October 2, 2019. Born on July 21, 1928 to Albert and Georgia Ravizza. He was raised in Sunnyvale with his sister Aline (deceased) and brother Armand. He was a loving husband to his wife, Dianne Schott Ravizza (deceased), a...

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My heart goes out to all of you at this difficult time. Both Gene and Diane were great friends to my mom and dad from as early as I can remember . I remember the bridge games and dinner parties. I loved seeing them all laugh together and how much they enjoyed coming over here to the beach. I would love seeing Gene strolling the beaches in Aptos. Diane was always the best of friend to my mom. I am sending prayers and love to you all especially Claranne Mark and Greg.

My remembrances of Gene from the early 1950's

My parents, Lou and Cora Ravizza remained close friends with Gene's parents for many years. Therefore we had many family visits back and forth between Berkeley and Sunnyvale.

I remember admiring his new 1955? Oldsmobile parked in the driveway off of Wolfe Road.

I remember visiting his first business office (CEI?) along with his brother Armand near the intersection of Stevens Creek and Highway 9.

I...

Gene was a community leader and dear friend to my mother Norma Ann (Doane) Mitchell. It was my mother who introduced Gene to Diane, and mom remained friends with them both for many many years to come. I can speak for all the Mitchell children when I say that both Gene and Diane had a profound impact on our family. They were both the pillars of integrity, kindness, generosity and being true Christians in all they do. Their friendship to my mother throughout the years sustained her in tough...

I knew Gene from a business relationship and it is so very rare to find a business owner that had the integrity and sense of fairness that Gene had. This was well known throughout our organization where he was so well-respected. My sincere condolences to his family.

Karen Barone Byler

Gene,
Many thanks for your donation to my No. Mexico misson. My Franciscan Priests at O.L.A. In BURLINGAME California also Thank you. We supply milk in A small town In Northern Mexico, to children every year, Again many thanks, and God Bless You.

Gene was a man of great faith. He will forever be recognized as
one of the unsung giants of Silicon Valley and its development.

Both Gene and Dianne were giants in their generosity and faith. We will always remember them fondly and pray for their eternal life.
God bless, Susan

Both Gene and Dianne were giants in their generosity and faith. They will be remembered fondly in the hearts of our family. God Bless, Susan

It was my pleasure to have had the opportunity to chat with Mr. Ravizza on several occasions; at the office or an event.
Truly sincere and caring heart...thank you for the memories ❤