A Berkeley resident since 1967, she helped found the Jewish Arts Community of the Bay and the Berkeley Cultural Trust. She hosted Bay Area ArtBeat on local cable TV.
Fine, 85, lived in Berkeley for more than half a century. She played competitive doubles at the Berkeley Tennis Club and helped restore the Berkeley Piano Club’s building.
Terry, 76, was a mechanical engineer for Lockheed Martin, Ericsson and other Bay Area electronics companies. He loved photography and watercolors.
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DeVito, 89, was a wife, mother, traveler, walker and advocate for women and seniors.
Remembering Maria Cranor, rock climber, physicist shaped by time as Berkeley student during Free Speech Movement
Before co-founding Black Diamond Equipment, she attended marches led by Mario Savio and was the first woman to ascend some of the big walls of California climbing.
Albert, 82, taught creative at local community colleges and at Napa State Hospital. She served as head of the Bay Area Book Reviewers Association.
Through his construction company Catco, he built houses, decks, arbors and trellises. He was active in Berkeley’s Cajun and Zydeco community.
Hughes set out for America from Ireland at age 19 and moved to the Bay Area in 1972, where she founded an Irish bar that drew visitors from around the world.
Schieber, who worked as a mediator between employees and management at the United Nations, was active on the boards of SF’s Mediation Society and Berkeley’s Central Works and Cal Performances.