So much of Dave’s life revolved around loving others. From self-sacrificing service in the Coast Guard, to dedicated fatherhood, to keeping people connected to some of the most important treasures in their lives. Dave is survived by his wife Kathy, his sons Alexander, William, his step-daughter Nathalee, and step-son Nate.
Charles despised disingenuity, greed, and hypocrisy. His material possessions were few, including half a dozen pool cues, a few pocket knives, and an uncountable number of books.
He will be remembered for his kindness and for his willingness to help others in any way that he could. No one was a stranger when it came to this trait.
Timothy Gray passed from this world on Aril 10, 2021. “Timmy” was an amazing musician, composer, sound designer, recording artist, photographer and friend. His life was full of great music, excellent adventures, and collaborations that lifted and brought together our community time and time again. He was born on July 16, 1957 in Indianapolis,…
The family traveled and camped across the United States several times. Tom and Betty went further afield when he was invited to participate in educational conferences in Egypt and Japan. They additionally enjoyed visits to England and China with lifelong friends.
Ralph worked until he was 86 years old and was always happiest when working, sitting around was not his forte.
On April 1, 2021, Alice Berg Tolman passed away. Alice was born October 9, 1946, in Arcata, Calif., to Oscar and Evie Criteser Berg. She grew up in Crescent City, Calif., and attended Del Norte High School (1964), College of the Redwoods, Arizona State College, and Humboldt State University. She worked for the McKinleyville Union…
Carol Davis was born in Los Angeles on June 17, 1944 and settled into the loving arms of Ray and Lorene Davis. She passed away quietly at home on March 13, 2021 in the care of her loving children. A lively child and a curious teen, Carol’s parents had religion and music in abundance, so…
Charlie leaves behind his loving wife Linda; his sister Annette; his daughter Sarah; his stepdaughter and granddaughter and many friends who loved him deeply.
He finished his undergraduate degree, medical school, and a 6 year residency in neurosurgery at Stanford University. Before he began his residency, he left Stanford for 2 years and served in the US Air Force as a flight surgeon in Vietnam, where he was awarded the Bronze Star.