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Stephanie M. Day

San Francisco, California

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Stephanie M. Day 1949 - 2007 Silicon Valley executive Stephanie M. Day of Aptos, CA, passed away August 6, 2007 after a valiant four-year battle with Inflammatory Breast Cancer. For much of her business career she was a Vice-President of California Microwave, Inc., where she was admired for...

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A brave and courageous person we admired and loved. May we all learn from her example.

Although Stephanie and I did not know each other very well, my thoughts and prayers are with her and her family.

Dear Stephanie, My thoughts and prayers are with you are your family. I am so sorry that I lost contact with you over the years. Thank you for all of your love and support during the CMI days. I will never forget the story you wrote for me about my dog, to enter the Purina Dog Chow contest "Best Dog of the Year", and we were so excited we came in 5th out of thousands of entries from all over the country. I still have the California Microwave Newsletter with the pictures and...

Stephanie... As a child growing up, I remember the times you and Gil would come over to visit listening to you and my Mom laugh and carrying on. It gave me great comfort to know she had such a wonderful friend. Thank you.

Our prayers and sympathy go out to Gil and family. I never met Stephanie but my husband Dan spoke so highly of her. It was truly my loss not to have met such a wonderful spirited woman. In great sympathy Dan and Kathie Stark

Oh Stephanie....I remember your brilliant smile and you always were so friendly to everyone. May God bless you. May he take you into his Kingdom and cherish the very best parts of you.

My prayers go out to Stephanie's family & friends. God Bless!

Stephanie was always "my best friend". We had many wonderful times together and I wish you could all see her lovely wedding pictures to Gil which was held at Montalvo. She looked radiant (I was her maid of honor). Cynthia Hamilton (we all knew her as Mary Swetnam of BHS '67) was her bridesmaid. Cynthia is coming down from Oregon to attend Stephanie's Memorial Service.

As Gil said "She always had a smile on her face".

I know she fought a good...

MY AUNT STEPHANIE WILL LIVE IN MY HEART FOREVER. WE NEVER WERE ABLE TO SPEND A LOT OF TIME TOGETHER, BUT THE TIMES WE DID HAVE WERE ALWAYS SPECIAL TO ME. I WILL ALWAYS REMEMBER MY AUNT STEPHANIE AND HER WONDERFUL LAUGH. I ALWAYS LOVED THE WAY SHE SOUNDED. SHE WILL BE MISSED.
I LOVE YOU STEPHANIE
JENNIFER