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Arthur J Sullivan and CO Funeral Home
2254 Market Street
San Francisco , CA 94114
(415) 621-4567
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Ashley and McMullen Wing Sun Succo Cthy Mrtry WH SNG
4200 Geary Boulevard
San Francisco , CA 94118
(415) 751-8403
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Bayview Mortuary
5187 3rd Street
San Francisco , CA 94124
(415) 822-2820
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Cathay Mortuary Wah Sang Inc
4200 Geary Boulevard
San Francisco , CA 94118
(415) 751-8403
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Cathay Mortuary Wah Sang Inc
4200 Geary Boulevard
San Francisco , CA 94118
(415) 982-1213
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Chapel of the Avenues
1266 9th Avenue
San Francisco , CA 94122
(415) 731-0200
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China Basin Charter
1129 Folsom Street
San Francisco , CA 94103
(415) 861-2165
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College Chapel Mortuary
3434 17th Street
San Francisco , CA 94110
(415) 824-1313
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Driscoll s Valencia Street Serra Mortuary
1465 Valencia Street
San Francisco , CA 94110
(415) 970-8801
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Duggan s Funeral Service the Duggan Welch Family
3434 17th Street
San Francisco , CA 94110
(415) 431-4900
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Funerals by Washington Mortuary
1641 La Salle Avenue
San Francisco , CA 94124
(415) 648-4585
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RC Owens dies at 77; 49ers 'alley oop' receiver - Los Angeles Times

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
R.C. Owens had an up-and-down career as a receiver for the San Francisco 49ers. The ball went up, and Owens routinely came down with it. Owens, whose leaping catches became his signature and introduced the term "alley oop" into the sports lexicon, died of kidney failure June 17 in Manteca, south of Stockton. He was 77. "There were numerous games when he'd jump up and score the winning touchdown," recalled Bob St. Clair, a tackle and captain on 49ers teams...

Dustin Johnson shoots 66, wins Memphis in his 2nd event after back ... - Greenfield Daily Reporter

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Hung in there, proud of myself." Davis Love III, the U.S. Ryder Cup captain, shot a 69 and tied for third with O'Hern (69), Campbell (68) and Ryan Palmer (66) at 273. McIlroy, who now heads to San Francisco and The Olympic Club to defend his U.S. Open title, had a 69 and tied three others at 274. Tour officials pushed tee times up more than three hours and sent players off both tees in threesomes to avoid thunderstorms predicted for Sunday afternoon. With so many bunched closely together at the TPC Southwind course, that set up a rollercoaster final round with as many as eight players having a piece of the lead during the day. Love, O'Hern and Merrick shared the lead overnight and had plenty of company before they teed off Sunday morning. McIlroy, Kevin Stadler and Campbell got quick birdies to join the group at 6 under, and Johnson made it a seven-way tie for the lead when he birdied his first hole. McIlroy had a two-stroke lead all to himself after four birdies through 11 holes and appeared headed to the win. But he finished with two bogeys then his first double bogey in two trips to Memphis on No. 18 after hooking his 3-wood off the tee just a bit too much. For a man who had missed three straight cuts coming to Memphis, McIlroy said he feels well prepared going into the U.S. Open after playing four straight rounds. "Looking forward to getting to San Francisco, and I can take a lot from this week into next week," McIlroy said. When O'Hern birdied Nos. 15 and 17, that set up a frenzied race to the finish with as many as four tied at 8 under in the final couple of holes. Johnson carded four birdies and a bogey in the round. He took control with his consecutive birdies, rejoining the lead pack at 8 under when he rolled in an 11-footer on the par-5 16th. Johnson then moved to the top of the leaderboard by himself at 9 under by hitting his second shot from 161 yards to 9 feet on the par-4 No. 17 before sinking the birdie putt. While Johnson waited, getting a play-by-play from analyst David Feherty, only O'Hern of Australia and Merrick had a chance to catch him, looking for their first career PGA titles. O'Hern hit his drive into the water, while Merrick hit his near the cart path and finished with his own par to match the best finish of his career. Divots: Johnson is the seventh player in his 20s to win on tour this year. ... This was the third time since 2005 that the winner of this event did not reach double digits under par. Jeff Maggert won at 9 under in 2006 and Justin Leonard won at 4 under in 2008. Please enable JavaScript to view the comments powered by Disqus.

Detroit Lions' Jim Schwartz among NFL's biggest jerks, CBSSports ... - MLive.com

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
CBSSports.com's Mike Freeman put together a list of the NFL's "biggest jerks" and Schwartz came in tied for ninth/10th with San Francisco coach Jim Harbaugh.Freeman wrote: "This is a tough one. Went to high school with Schwartz. Love him. Excellent coach, but his overreaction to a hard handshake from Harbaugh is a classic jerk reaction from a guy with a serious sideline temper."Ah, the postgame handshake after the Lions' 25-16 loss to the 49ers last se...

Birmingham's Michael Thompson shoots 66 to lead U.S. Open, Tiger ... - al.com

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Birmingham native and Alabama alum Michael Thompson is in first place at the U.S. Open in San Francisco. (AP) SAN FRANCISCO -- Birmingham native and former Crimson Tide golfer Michael Thompson has taken the clubhouse lead at the U.S. Open, shooting a 4-under 66 for a three-shot lead on a late-charging Tiger Woods. The 2007 U.S. Amateur runner-up at The Olympic Club and 2008 SEC champ sure played as though he knew the course Thursday, piling up seven birdies to go with three bogeys in a...

Hillman Curtis, a Pioneer in Web Design, Dies at 51

Sun, Apr 22, 2012
Wednesday at his home in Brooklyn. He was 51. Hillman Curtis called himself a serial self-reinventor. The cause was colon cancer, his wife, Christina, said. Mr. Curtis was the art director of a San Francisco software company in 1996 when he designed the first Web site formatted for a new technology called Flash Player, a browser plug-in that could be used to turn out high-quality animated imagery quickly. Before then the process would take hundreds of hours. His mastery of the technology, which had been developed for several years before but never fully deployed in a way that unveiled its creative potential, made Mr. (New York Times)

Furman grad's coast-to-coast walk supports Wounded Warrior Project - Greenville News

Sun, Apr 22, 2012
Rocky Mountains, McCandless put his unusual mission on hold and returned to Greenville. Next week, he’ll fly to Omaha, Neb., to restart from the spot where he left off last fall; he’s hoping to reach San Francisco Bay — 2,000 miles to the west — by early October. “Walking out West will be interesting,” says McCandless, whose motive is the same for every mile. It’s the Wounded Warrior Project, which he became familiar with through a Furman University fraternity brother, Ken Dwyer. An Army Special Forces officer who graduated from Furman in 1998, one year after McCandless, Dwyer was wounded in August 2006 in Afghanistan. A rocket-propelled grenade destroyed his left hand and left eye. McCandless called his old fraternity brother last spring, in search of some tips on training for a 3,800-mile walk. “He would know what I needed to do to walk 20 miles a day,” McCandless says. When Dwyer — now back on active duty, stationed at Fort Bragg, N.C. — explained how the Wounded Warrior Project had helped him to recover, McCandless had the charity in mind that he figured would make the hike worthwhile. (Page 2 of 2) McCandless hopes his walk will raise $25,000 for the Wounded Warrior Project, a non-profit endeavor that helps injured soldiers and caregivers by providing peer mentoring, employment assistance, stress recovery workshops, and caregiver retreats. The mission has given McCandless motivation at lonely times in his long, quiet trek. He wore out three pairs of shoes,...

Joyce Leigh Weber - The Coloradoan

Sun, Mar 25, 2012
Canon City High School with the class of 1958 and enrolled in the School of Nursing at Colorado University where she received a B.S. degree in Nursing in 1962. Following residencies in San Francisco and Alaska, she was employed at Colorado General Hospital in Denver. While there she met Larry Weber and after a short courtship they were married on August 28, 1966. During their engagement, Joyce was accepted to the Boston University School of Nursing's Masters Program. A few days after their wedding, they drove to Massachusetts, where they lived for three years, later returning to Colorado after the completion of her degree. Larry and Joyce were blessed with the birth of two children - Mark, born in Boston and Kristine in Englewood, Colo. They moved to Ft. Collins in 1972, where Joyce raised their family while working and volunteering in many local social programs providing assistance to low income, elderly and the uninsured families. In 1986 ...

Joyce Leigh Weber - The Coloradoan

Sun, Mar 25, 2012
Canon City High School with the class of 1958 and enrolled in the School of Nursing at Colorado University where she received a B.S. degree in Nursing in 1962. Following residencies in San Francisco and Alaska, she was employed at Colorado General Hospital in Denver. While there she met Larry Weber and after a short courtship they were married on August 28, 1966. During their engagement, Joyce was accepted to the Boston University School of Nursing's Masters Program. A few days after their wedding, they drove to Massachusetts, where they lived for three years, later returning to Colorado after the completion of her degree. Larry and Joyce were blessed with the birth of two children - Mark, born in Boston and Kristine in Englewood, Colo. They moved to Ft. Collins in 1972, where Joyce raised their family while working and volunteering in many local social programs providing assistance to low income, elderly and the uninsured families. In 1986 ...

From Mission Mogul to Chinatown Businessman - Mission Local

Thu, Mar 22, 2012
A warehouse on 18th and Hampshire streets offers a glimpe into 19th century San Francisco. Photo courtesy of Google Maps Another in our series of stories on odd buildings. We all see them: they look interesting, but it’s unclear what’s going on inside. We’re finding that many have a rich history. Four times a week, a businessman comes to the big gray building on the quiet corner of 18th and Hampshire. He loads up a truck with imported goods from as far away as Japan an...

Donald F. Smith, Champion of Cabaret, Dies at 79 - New York Times

Thu, Mar 22, 2012
Mr. Smith worked for many years as an unpaid promoter and publicist. During that time he brought her reputation to its pinnacle, culminating in triumphant engagements in San Francisco and London. The London shows brought Ms. Mercer, who was born in England, back home after more than 40 years. The formation of the foundation was partly Mr. Smith’s response to obituaries and tributes that misleadingly described Ms. Mercer as a jazz singer. She was really an art singer, the foremost exponent of an intimate nightclub style known as parlando, which blends singing with speaking to convey emotion. Frank Sinatra and Barbara Cook are among the singers who have cited her as a major influence. Since the late 1980s the foundation has produced the New York Cabaret Convention, an annual national showcase for nightclub talent. The convention originat...




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