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Catherine Forbes Allen
Age 81, died at her home in Terra Linda on September 25, 2001 after a lengthy illness. Born in Spokane, Washington to Margaret and Alexander Forbes, she was one of five children. Mrs. Allen grew up and was educated in Spokane, Washington, and in 1941 married Bertran Allen. The couple were parents of four children--Susan, David, Barbara and Sally and settled in Mill Valley in 1958 after Mr. Allen's retirement from the military. The family had previously lived in Japan, Texas, Germany and Arizona. They moved to Terra Linda in 1963.
Her husband Bertran, and daughters Barbera McGuire Allen, Sally Allen and grandson David Farrell, preceded Mrs. Allen in death. One daughter, Susan Forrest-Brennan of Sausalito, and son, David Allen of Terra Linda survive her. She is also survived by her brother Gordon Forbes of Laguna Beach, three grandchildren, two great grandchildren and a multitude of nieces and nephews.
There will be a private family ceremony to honor her long and varied life. 

Richard Campbell Croll
Died on September 17, 2001 from complications of cancer. He died at home cared for by his longtime companion Jan Gilpin Anderson who loved him deeply.
He was born October 24, 1939 in Chicago to Frederick Warville Croll and Florence Isobel Croll. He attended Eagle Brook School, Governor Dummer Academy and graduated from New Trier High School. He then attended Colorado College where he graduated with a political science degree. At college he played hockey and made several lifetime friends.
From Chicago Dick moved to California originally settling in San Francisco. Several years later he moved to Marin and decided this was where he was going to stay.
Dick had many interests including investing, travel, bird watching, books, art and music. He loved hanging out with friends in coffee shops.
Dick was an active member of AA and had 16 years of sobriety. He still spoke with his original sponsor Wade Davenport daily.
He will be remembered for his loyalty and generosity to individuals as well as institutions and charities.
Dick's sense of humor and individualist approach to life endeared him to many. He was preceded in death by his parents and his brother John Brissott Croll. He is survived by his brother Robert F. Croll and his nephews Robert, Bryan and Steven Croll. He also leaves a niece Stacey Croll. A special thanks to his caregiver Ben who made him laugh. Mortuary: Chapel of the Hills, San Anselmo, 415-453-8440. A Memorial Service will be held at St. Stephens Church in Belvedere, Sunday September 30 at 5:00 p.m. Call for directions 415-435-4501.
In lieu of flowers, Dick wanted everyone to take a friend to lunch. 

Laura A. Kaye
Laura died after a long battle with emphysema at age 78. She will be missed terribly by her children, Barbara Schreck, Barry Unowitz, Marc Unowitz, her grandchildren, Ashley Unowitz, Debbie Costabile, Randy Schreck, Steven Schreck, Jerrod Unowitz, Gabrielle Unowitz, and her great grandchildren, Katie Cook and Justin Costabile. We were all blessed to have her in our lives. 

Arlene Marie Reynolds
Died September 27, 2001. Memorial Service will be held Tuesday October 2, 2001 at 1:30 p.m. at Keaton's Mortuary, 1022 E St. San Rafael (415)-453-0571 

Frank Passa
Memorial Service will be held on October 14, 2001 at 12 Noon, at the Bel Marin Keys Yacht Club, 4 Montego Key, Novato. For info/RSVP 1-800-722-2664. 

Lynn A. Southerland
Passed away September 26th, 2001 at home in Sonoma. Born in Yakima, Washington. A resident of Sonoma for 25 years. Lynn retired from Crocker bank/Wells Fargo in 1987 after 28 years. Lynn worked for 5 1/2 years for Sonoma Valley Bank, retiring in 1993. She was a member of the First Baptist Church in Sonoma. A Member of Sonoma League for Historic Preservation, Founding member of Bosom Buddies, A volunteer for Reach to Recovery, Sonoma Hospital Foundation, Ox Roast, American Cancer Society. Lynn was an inspiration and cherished friend to many people especially her Bosom Buddies.
Survived by her husband Martin P. Southerland, of Sonoma, Step-daughter Lori Larsen and Janine Gomez, three grandchildren Tracey and Trevor Larsen and Todd Gomez, Brothers Harry and his wife Ramona, Al and his wife Nancy and Jim Hendricks. Sisters Margaret Unquecht and Peggy and her husband Hank Freitas, also eight nieces and nephews and 10 grand nieces and nephews.
Memorial services will be held at the First Baptist Church, 542 first St., East, Sonoma at 12:30 P.M. Sunday, October 7, 2001. Officiating will be Reverend Dan Boling, Pastor.
In lieu of flowers donations to the American Cancer Society-Breast Cancer Research, 1451 Guerneville Rd., Santa Rosa, CA 95403. Duggan's Mission Chapel Mission Cremation Service Sonoma, CA. 707-996-3655 

George Taylor F&AM, Director Retirement Products Group Charles Schwab
Peacefully passed away at home in Corte Madera on September 27, 2001. George had been diagnosed with cancer of the esophagus in May 2000 and had fought for well over a year to beat this disease. Throughout the term of his illness he insisted that he continue to work albeit at home, as part of the tele-commute program and wanted to insure that he could continue to contribute as much and for as long as possible. George, a qualified stockbroker had a long and varied career in both sales and marketing and the financial services industry working for such well known organizations as Unilever, The London Stock Exchange, several UK stockbrokers, Schwab Europe and was the first UK transfer from Schwab UK to the US. During his tenure in the USA he worked in Internal Audit, Estate Planning Services and latterly in Retirement Products Group. He was a tireless advocate in sharing his knowledge, customer service and business development skills with as many people as possible and this was recognized by Schwab when he was awarded both a quarterly and individual Excellence In Service award in 2000.
George was conscientious, trustworthy, intelligent, direct and humorous and was not one to take himself too seriously. He touched the lives of many people from many walks of life in many different ways. Outside of work he had been a semi professional musician and gifted singer fronting for a band for many years. Active in freemasonry, he was to be installed as a master of the Fairfax lodge in Larkspur, California in November 2001, he was a 32nd degree Scottish Rite mason and a member of both the Shriner's organization and the Eastern Star.
George leaves behind his loving wife Elaine and two younger brothers Paul, of Scotland, and Michael of Ireland.
We will all miss his Scottish brogue, his enthusiasm for life and his dry sense of humor. Friends are invited to attend Memorial Services for George on October 18, 2001 at 1:30 p.m. at the Ross Valley Masonic Temple, 1122 Magnolia Avenue, Larkspur, CA 94939. A reception will follow in the lodge dining room. In lieu of flowers contributions may be made to The Shriner's Hospital for Children 2425 Stockton Road, Sacramento, CA 95817
A special thanks to all at California Cancer Care for their unending care and compassion. Funeral arrangements provided by Mount Tamalpais Mortuary 2500 5th Avenue San Rafael, CA www.legacy.com 

Frederick E. Ziegler
Died in Monte Rio, September 27, 2001. Loving father of Laura Hoon, Alison Stark and Tom Ziegler. Beloved father-in-law of Robert Hoon, Doreen Ziegler and Joe Milani, all of Marin county. Loving Grandfather of Ross and Brandon Hoon and beloved friend of Rosie Bohny. A native of San Francisco, age 62 years. He had been a partner of Schwarz Sausage Company of San Francisco. He was a collector of fire department memorabilia. He retired to the Russian River area three years ago.
Friends are invited to attend Memorial Services on Wednesday, October 3, 2001 at 1:00 p.m. at Olivet Memorial Park, 1601 Hillside Blvd., Colma, CA. Those desiring may make memorial contributions to the Monte Rio Volunteer Fire Dept., PO Box 218, Monte Rio, CA 95462-0218 or the American Cancer Society. Arrangements under the direction of EGGEN & LANCE MORTUARY. 

Richard Campbell Croll
Died on September 17, 2001 from complications of cancer. He died at home cared for by his longtime companion Jan Gilpin Anderson who loved him deeply.
He was born October 24, 1939 in Chicago to Frederick Warville Croll and Florence Isobel Croll. He attended Eagle Brook School, Governor Dummer Academy and graduated from New Trier High School. He then attended Colorado College where he graduated with a political science degree. At college he played hockey and made several lifetime friends.
From Chicago Dick moved to California originally settling in San Francisco. Several years later he moved to Marin and decided this was where he was going to stay.
Dick had many interests including investing, travel, bird watching, books, art and music. He loved hanging out with friends in coffee shops.
Dick was an active member of AA and had 16 years of sobriety. He still spoke with his original sponsor Wade Davenport daily.
He will be remembered for his loyalty and generosity to individuals as well as institutions and charities.
Dick's sense of humor and individualist approach to life endeared him to many. He was preceded in death by his parents and his brother John Brissott Croll. He is survived by his brother Robert F. Croll and his nephews Robert, Bryan and Steven Croll. He also leaves a niece Stacey Croll. A special thanks to his caregiver Ben who made him laugh.
Mortuary: Chapel of the Hills, San Anselmo, 415-453-8440. A Memorial Service will be held at St. Stephens Church in Belvedere, Sunday September 30 at 5:00 p.m. Call for directions 415-435-4501.
In lieu of flowers, Dick wanted everyone to take a friend to lunch. 

Otto "Bud"Joseph Grover Pearl Harbor Survivor
Passed away quietly Monday, September 24, 2001 at Rafael Convalescent. He was 84 years old. "Bud" was born in New York, New York on April 11, 1917 to Elsie and Joseph Grover. He graduated from Brooklyn College having majored in mathematics. He entered the U.S. Army Air Corps right after college and was stationed at Pearl Harbor. While serving in Hawaii, he met his greatest love days before the attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941, Olivia Branco. Fourteen months later, they were wed in Honolulu. Following the war they were stationed in France and they traveled the world. Bud retired from the military in 1960 after 22 years of service as a Lt. Colonel. Following retirement, he returned to the Navy as a civilian contractor in communications, retiring after 13 years. He loved the ocean. He taught his entire family how to swim. He loved sports and was often seen playing tennis well into his 70s. Bud was also a great dancer, having Arthur Murray himself try to recreate him as an instructor. He was an accomplished musician.
Bud is survived by his loving wife of 59 years Olivia Margaret Grover, his two daughters Judith Ann Frilingos of Orlando, Florida and Donnalei Sumner of the Marinwood area of San Rafael, California. His four grandchildren Christopher, Daniel, Timothy and Megan, as well as his great granddaughter Emma, will also miss him. He also leaves behind his sister Hildegard Brown of Sarasota Florida, his sons-in-law Tony Frilingos and George Sumner and many nieces, nephews and extended family.
Following Bud's wishes, private Memorial Services will be held in San Rafael. Friends may send contributions to the Alzheimer's Association North Bay Chapter, 4340 Redwood Hwy, San Rafael, CA 94903. Funeral Arrangements Provided by Mount Tamalpais Mortuary, 2500 5th Avenue, San Rafael, California www.legacy.com. 

Phoebe Stewart Healey
Passed away at 11:05 a.m. on Wednesday, September 26, 2001 in her Mill Valley home after several months of battling cancer. Phoebe was born and raised in Seattle, WA. Phoebe moved to the San Francisco bay area in the early 1950's and eventually settled in Mill Valley, where she has lived since 1959.
Bernard Healey, her husband for the last thirty-two years, survives Phoebe. In addition to her husband, she is survived by her children Monte Deignan, Sheila Deignan-Chavez, Jill Johnson, Bruce Butte, Jr. A son, Brian Butte, preceded her in death. She also leaves behind her sister Helen Taverniti and her grandchildren Danny, Emma, Felix, Kate, Lauren, Phoebe, and Robbie.
Phoebe spent her career as a commercial and fine artist. She attended the California School of Fine Arts in San Francisco. During the past 40 years, she has exhibited her paintings as a member of the Marin Society of Artists in numerous galleries and shows throughout the United States, receiving many awards. For many years, Phoebe starred in local theater productions, as a comedienne, with roles written for her specifically by her husband.
All who knew her will miss Phoebe's remarkable sense of humor, artistic talents, and loving friendship. Following Phoebe's wishes, a private Memorial Service will be held for the family. A celebration of Phoebe's life gathering will take place in the near future. For further information contact Monte Deignan at (415) 927-9038.
Funeral Arrangements provided by Daphne Fernwood Mortuary in Mill Valley, California. 

Laura A. Kaye
Laura died after a long battle with emphysema at age 78. She will be missed terribly by her children, Barbara Schreck, Barry Unowitz, Marc Unowitz, her grandchildren, Ashley Unowitz, Debbie Costabile, Randy Schreck, Steven Schreck, Jerrod Unowitz, Gabrielle Unowitz, and her great grandchildren, Katie Cook and Justin Costabile. We were all blessed to have her in our lives. 

Beatrice Ruth Kolby Passed away in Novato September 26, 2001 after a short illness. She was 90 years old. Born in Malta, and raised in San Francisco, she moved to Novato in the mid 1950's. She was a Pacific Telephone employee for 27 years and a long time member of Our Lady of Loretto Catholic Church. Beatrice attended many delicious pasta dinners as a member of I.C.F.
She is survived by her loving daughter Arlene Skinner and her husband Tom, six granddaughters - Renee, Michelle, Kim, Kelly, Angela and Gina and eight grandchildren - Vanessa, Natalie, Elizabeth, Travis, Taylor, Miranda, Gunner and Gage. She was preceded in death by her husband Reinhard and her son Raymond. Friends are invited to visit on Monday, October 1st at Keaton's Redwood Chapel, 1801 Novato Blvd., Novato from 9am to 8pm with a Vigil Service being recited at 7pm. A Mass of Christian burial will be celebrated on Tuesday, October 2nd at 11:30 a.m. at Our Lady of Loretto Catholic Church, also in Novato. Burial will follow at Mt. Olivet Cemetery in San Rafael.
Memorial contributions preferred to your own church or to your favorite charity in her memory. Keaton's Redwood Chapel 415-897-1151 

Richard Campbell Croll
Died on September 17, 2001 from complications of cancer. He died at home cared for by his longtime companion Jan Gilpin Anderson who loved him deeply.
He was born October 24, 1939 in Chicago to Frederick Warville Croll and Florence Isobel Croll. He attended Eagle Brook School, Governor Dummer Academy and graduated from New Tier High School. He then attended Colorado College where he graduated with a political science degree. At college he played hockey and made several lifetime friends.
From Chicago Dick moved to California originally settling in San Francisco. Several years later he moved to Marin and decided this was where he was going to stay.
Dick had many interests including investing, travel, bird watching, books, art and music. He loved hanging out with friends in coffee shops.
Dick was an active member of AA and had 16 years of sobriety. He still spoke with his original sponsor Wade Davenport daily.
He will be remembered for his loyalty and generosity to individuals as well as institutions and charities.
Dick's sense of humor and individualist approach to life endeared him to many.
He was preceded in death by his parents and his brother John Brissott Croll. He is survived by his brother Robert F. Croll and his nephews Robert, Bryan and Steven Croll. He also leaves a niece Stacey Croll. A special thanks to his caregiver Ben who made him laugh. Mortuary: Chapel of the Hills, San Anselmo, 415-453-8440. A Memorial Service will be held at St. Stephens Church in Belvedere, Sunday September 30 at 5:00 p.m. Call for directions 415-435-4501.
In lieu of flowers, Dick wanted everyone to take a friend to lunch. 

John Lusk Hunter
Age 28, of San Rafael died unexpectedly as a result of a fall while rock climbing at Marin Headlands on Sunday evening, September 23, 2001. Born November 6, 1972, John attended Sun Valley and Davidson School and San Rafael High School. John was active in little league baseball for many years. He worked as a roofer, and when not working, John loved mountain biking, rollerblading, snowboarding, motorcycling, hiking, rock climbing, frisbee or playing pool with his friends.
John is survived by his mother and step-father, Judy and Ruben Satow of Oregon, his Dad, Larry Hunter of Novato, his Uncle, John Hunter of Honolulu, and his sweetheart, Leslie Hosmer of Petaluma. John will be sorely missed by his wide circle of friends and companions. He touched everyone's life with his special charm and joy of life. Private services. 

Laura A. Kaye
Laura died September 20, 2001, after a long battle with emphysema at age 78. She will be missed terribly by her children, Barbara Schreck, Barry Unowitz, Marc Unowitz, her grandchildren, Ashley Unowitz, Debbie Costabile, Randy Schreck, Steven Schreck, Jerrod Unowitz, Gabrielle Unowitz, and her great grandchildren, Katie Cook and Justin Costabile. We were all blessed to have her in our lives. 

Patricia A. Kerby
Passed away peacefully at her Terra Linda home on September 25, 2001 at the age of 69. After 49 years of marriage, Patsy will be forever missed by her loving husband, Jerry, and their five children Russ, Matt, Juli, Pam and Ken. She will be also missed by her nine adoring grandchildren, niece and nephew. Patsy was recently predeceased by her wonderful sister, Mary Minn.
Born and raised in Leonardo, New Jersey, Patsy was nicknamed "Leonardo Lovely" as she graduated from Redbank Catholic High School in 1950. She moved to the Bay Area in 1952 to reside with Jerry as newlyweds and settled in Terra Linda in 1961 where they raised their five children.
In the mid-1970's Patsy was integral in building the original Kuleloklo Indian Village at Point Reyes National Sea Shore. She was also a founding member of the Tam Twirlers square dance group in 1978. Patsy spent time as a member of the Sausalito Cruising Club where she and Jerry enjoyed sailing and racing on the San Francisco Bay. She also enjoyed sailing in the Caribbean.
Patsy's favorite hobby was traveling. She made several pilgrimages including travels to Medjugorje, Lourdes, and the Holy Land. Her most recent travels took her to visit her grandparents' homeland, Ireland. Patsy's other hobbies included reading, snorkeling, swimming with dolphins, scuba diving, crossword puzzles, and sewing.
Patsy was a devoted 49er fan and was proud to display several pictures of herself, Jerry, and grandchildren taken with Joe Montana, Dwight Clark, Steve Young and Jerry Rice.
A Rosary will be held for Patsy on Monday, October 1, at 7:00 p.m. at Keaton's Mortuary, San Rafael. Her Funeral Mass will be held Tuesday, October 2, at 10:30 a.m. at St. Isabella's Church, Terra Linda. Visitation will be held at Keaton's Saturday and Sunday, 12 Noon to 8 p.m.
Contributions in Patsy's name may be made to the American Cancer Society or Hospice of Marin. Keaton Mortuary 1022 E St. San Rafael, CA 94901 415-453-0571 

Arie J Kurtzig
Age 57, died at his home in Nicasio, California. Arie was born in Israel and came to America at age 6, where he grew up on a chicken farm in Flemington, New Jersey. He held a Masters degree in Electrical Engineering from MIT and a PhD in Physics from Stanford. After completing his formal education, Arie worked at Bell Labs in New Jersey before moving to California and founding two software companies.
For the past 5 years, Arie lived in Marin County, where he has been an active and generous participant in local and national environmental causes. Using his experience in the business world, he consulted on environmental strategies for businesses, non-profits, and government, including Sustainable North Bay and the Marin Economic Commission. He also strove to set an example of sustainable environmental practices in the way he led his life.
Arie loved to take long walks with his family in the hills of Marin, cook simple and flavorful meals, and to take part in the lives of his sons and family members. He was a devoted father, uncle, son, brother, husband and friend who always made time in his schedule for loved ones.
Arie is survived by his two sons, Andrew and Ken, his sister Miriam, mother Thea, wife Linda, and his niece and nephew and many friends, who will all miss his thoughtful advice and generosity of spirit.
Family and friends gathered for a celebration of his life on Wednesday, September 26. Donations in his memory can be made to the Council on Wireless Technology Impacts - www.ccwti.org. 

Mildred Irene Blackford
Passed away September 20, 2001 at home in Cameron Park, after brief knowledge of cancer.
Born February 18, 1924 in Denver Colorado, lived the majority of her life in San Rafael and Sacramento's outlying communities. Known by all who met her as the ultimate hostess. Mildred, who held the most memorable gatherings, would leave you reminiscing for days about her contagious laughter and personal attention.
Sons, Frank and Dean and Daughter, Angel (Sugar) will miss their mother's love.
Preceded in death by her mother, father and four brothers: Ruth, Charles, Harold, Gilbert, Howard, and Donald Lathrop.
The Family requests donations be made to Hospice in lieu of cards or flowers. 

Richard Campbell Croll
Died on September 17, 2001 from complications of cancer. He died at home cared for by his longtime companion Jan Gilpin Anderson who loved him deeply.
He was born October 24, 1939 in Chicago to Frederick Warville Croll and Florence Isobel Croll. He attended Eagle Brook School, Governor Dummer Academy and graduated from New Tier High School. He then attended Colorado College where he graduated with a political science degree. At college he played hockey and made several lifetime friends.
From Chicago Dick moved to California originally settling in San Francisco. Several years later he moved to Marin and decided this was where he was going to stay.
Dick had many interests including investing, travel, bird watching, books, art and music. He loved hanging out with friends in coffee shops.
Dick was an active member of AA and had 16 years of sobriety. He still spoke with his original sponsor Wade Davenport daily.
He will be remembered for his loyalty and generosity to individuals as well as institutions and charities.
Dick's sense of humor and individualist approach to life endeared him to many.
He was preceded in death by his parents and his brother John Brissott Croll. He is survived by his brother Robert F. Croll and his nephews Robert, Bryan and Steven Croll. He also leaves a niece Stacey Croll.
A special thanks to his caregiver Ben who made him laugh. Mortuary: Chapel of the Hills, San Anselmo, 415-453-8440. A Memorial Service will be held at St. Stephens Church in Belvedere, Sunday September 30 at 5:00 p.m. Call for directions 415-435-4501.
In lieu of flowers, Dick wanted everyone to take a friend to lunch. 

Derek Cunninghame-Blank
Beloved father and friend, passed away in his home in Clear Lake on September 13, 2001. He was 77. He had just returned from a trip to Hawaii, Australia, and New Zealand.
A San Rafael resident for over 30 years, he was born in Christchurch, New Zealand, attended Christ's College, and joined the Royal NZ Air Force and the British Foreign Service. He retired from the Marin Housing Authority, and had also founded a number of businesses including lumber and software companies.
He was married for 43 years to his beloved wife Ingrid, who passed away last year. He is survived by his daughters, Deborah Berry and Adrienne Cunninghame-Blank, and four grandchildren, Calvin, Mark, and George Berry, and Fiona Cunninghame-Murray.
Derek went beyond the call of duty to help many people who will never forget the impact he had on their lives. His remarkable spirit will be missed by his many friends all over the world.
Friends are invited to a Memorial Service on October 1st at 1 p.m. at St. John's Church, Ross. 

Sylvia Figone
Died unexpectedly at a local hospital on Tuesday, September 26, 2001. Mrs. Figone was a native of San Francisco. As a young girl, her family moved to Illinois. She returned several years later to her home in North Beach where she met her husband, George Figone. They recently celebrated their 50th Wedding Anniversary. George is a retired sheet metal worker. They moved to San Rafael in 1952 and built their home in which they still live.
Along with her husband, George, Sylvia is survived by her daughter, Joanne Figone of Petaluma and her son, Ray Figone of Rohnert Park. She is the grandmother of Geoffrey and Davis Tange. She was 85 years old. Friends are invited to attend the Funeral Mass on Friday, September 28, 2001 at 10 a.m. at St. Raphael's Church, San Rafael. A Vigil Service will be held on Thursday at 7 p.m. at Monte's Chapel of the Hills, 330 Redhill Avenue, San Anselmo. Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery, San Rafael. Friends may call at the funeral home after 6 p.m. on Thursday, September 27. Monte's Chapel of the Hills Family Owned and Operated San Anselmo 415-453-7082 

Otto "Bud"Joseph Grover Pearl Harbor Survivor
Passed away quietly Monday, September 24, 2001 at Rafael Convalescent. He was 84 years old. "Bud" was born in New York, New York on April 11, 1917 to Elsie and Joseph Grover. He graduated from Brooklyn College having majored in mathematics. He entered the U.S. Army Air Corps right after college and was stationed at Pearl Harbor. While serving in Hawaii, he met his greatest love days before the attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941, Olivia Branco. Fourteen months later, they were wed in Honolulu. Following the war they were stationed in France and they traveled the world. Bud retired from the military in 1960 after 22 years of service as a Lt. Colonel. Following retirement, he returned to the Navy as a civilian contractor in communications, retiring after 13 years. He loved the ocean. He taught his entire family how to swim. He loved sports and was often seen playing tennis well into his 70s. Bud was also a great dancer, having Arthur Murray himself try to recreate him as an instructor. He was an accomplished musician.
Bud is survived by his loving wife of 59 years Olivia Margaret Grover, his two daughters Judith Ann Frilingos of Orlando, Florida and Donnalei Sumner of the Marinwood area of San Rafael, California. His four grandchildren Christopher, Daniel, Timothy and Megan, as well as his great granddaughter Emma, will also miss him. He also leaves behind his sister Hildegard Brown of Sarasota Florida, his sons-in-law Tony Frilingos and George Sumner and many nieces, nephews and extended family.
Following Bud's wishes, private Memorial Services will be held in San Rafael. Friends may send contributions to the Alzheimer's Association North Bay Chapter, 4340 Redwood Hwy, San Rafael, CA 94903.
Funeral Arrangements Provided by Mount Tamalpais Mortuary, 2500 5th Avenue, San Rafael, California www.legacy.com.


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