CLASSES of 1958 DECEASED

Patricia Ono Obituary
PATRICIA JUE ONO

October 19, 1940 – February 11, 2019 Patricia Ann Ono, longtime South Pasadena resident and San Francisco native, passed away peacefully in her sleep on February 11, 2019. “Mrs. Ono” was a well-respected and beloved elementary school teacherduring a career that spanned almost 40 years. Born on October 19, 1940, Pat was one of seven children raised by Chinese immigrants. She graduated from George Washington High School in 1958 and received her BA in education from San Francisco State. She later earned a masters degree from USIU in 1989. Her teaching career began at Le Conte Elementary in 1962. After moving to Los Angeles, she joined the Pasadena Unified School District, teaching first grade and kindergarten at Allendale Elementary for 29 years. In 2001, Pat moved to McKinley School, where she taught kindergarten before retiring in 2008. A 1993 Teacher of Excellence Award honoree, Pat has been listed in Who’s Who among America’s Teachers, served on the Representative Council of the United Teachers of Pasadena, and was an active member of the PTA. Patricia is survived by her husband of 56 years, Norm; her two sons, Michael and Ron; and her grandson DJ. A celebration of life will be held on Saturday, April 13, at the McKinley School auditorium in Pasadena, CA from 11am to 2pm. Dress is casual.

Published in Pasadena Star-News on Apr. 7, 2019

William (Bill) Tiefenthal passed from this life on Tuesday, January 26, 2016 surrounded by his two daughters, his beloved wife, and grandson.
Bill was born in 1940 in Shanghai, China, to Ilse and Adolph Tiefenthal, who were refugees from Nazi Germany, living in China. He and his parents remained in China until 1947, when they were finally allowed to immigrate to the U.S. Bill was then raised in San Francisco, attending public schools there and graduating from Washington High School in 1958. After high school, he attended San Francisco City College and USF. He met the love of his life, Linda Perper, in 1959. She was then a student at Lowell High School in San Francisco. They were married in 1961 and have been married for 54 years. In 1962 their first daughter, Esther, was born, and in 1964, their second daughter, Audrey. Bill and Linda lived in Daly City (Westlake) until 1975, when they moved to Sonoma. Bill was an office supply and office furniture salesman for most of his life. He commuted to the city from Sonoma for several years until he opened his own business in Sonoma, Bill’s Office Supply, located in the Vineyard Center.
Bill had a zest and love for life. He enjoyed bike riding, hiking, photography, nice cars and the San Francisco Giants. He was a regular at all the “coffee houses” in Sonoma for almost all of the 40 years he lived here. He enjoyed talking politics, sports and solving the world’s problems over a cup of espresso. Bill was a loving father and grandfather who adored his girls and was so very proud of his grandchildren. He will be missed for his very large personality, his great sense of humor, his kind caring heart, his welcoming friendly smile and the twinkle in his eye.
Bill is survived by his loving wife, Linda; his two daughters, Esther Winston (Ed) and Audrey Shapiro (Andy); his sister, Ann Ross (Steve); his nephew, Andrew Moore; his great-nephew, Elliot Hagler; and his four grandchildren, Geoffrey Winston, Stephen Winston, Claudia Shapiro and Randy Shapiro. His beloved niece, Amy Hagler, passed away this year on January 4.
Funeral services will be held on Friday, January 29, at 1:30 p.m. at Congregation Shir Shalom in Sonoma, followed by a graveside service at the Sonoma Valley Veteran’s Memorial Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations in Bill’s name may be made to Congregation Shir Shalom or the Leukemia Lymphoma Society .

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William Olinger Obituary
 William (Bill) Charles Olinger passed away peacefully on January 17, 2017 at the age of 75. Beloved husband of Christine Olinger, loving father of Bobby and Billy, and doting grandfather of Abby and Jimmy.

Bill attended George Washington High School ( Class of F’1958) and, following in his father’s footsteps, became a union plumber with Local 38 immediately after graduation. He worked for the San Francisco Water Department for 30 years, where he became an accomplished union leader and cultivated lifelong friendships. Bill loved fishing, taking trips to Reno, and being surrounded by family and friends.

Friends may visit Thursday, January 26, 2017 from 6:00pm-8:00pm at Saint Gabriel’s Church, 2559 40th Avenue, San Francisco where a rosary will commence at 7pm. A funeral mass will be celebrated Friday at 11am, also at Saint Gabriel’s. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Immaculate Conception Academy: 3625 24th Street, San Francisco, 94110 where a memorial scholarship will be establish – See more at: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/sfgate/obituary.aspx?n=william-olinger&pid=183674832&fhid=2515#sthash.edsGrg23.dpuf

DONALD JACOBS
Donald Jacobs Obituary
Donald Alger JacobsAugust 7, 1940-August 5, 2017Don lost his battle with a rare form of cancer in the arms of his loving wife of 54 years, Marsha, with his children and grandchildren at his side, on Saturday, August 5, 2017, two days prior to his 77th birthday. His illness lasted only three months.
Don was born in San Francisco on August 7, 1940, to Alger and Leonore Jacobs. He grew up in The City with his two older sisters, Barbara Miller (Edwin) and Janet Austin (Edward), attended Washington High School, Stanford University, and University of Michigan (MBA-1965).A Funeral Service will be held on Friday, August 11, at 10:30am, at Congregation Shomrei Torah, 2600 Bennett Valley Road, Santa Rosa, CA 95404 In lieu of flowers contributions may be made to the Legacy Circle at Congregation Shomrei Torah, or to HICAP of Sonoma County at 1304 South Point Blvd. #280, Petaluma, CA 95454.

Published in San Francisco Chronicle on Aug. 9, 2017

DECEASED CLASSMATES KNOW AS OF AUGUST 23, 2019

Mirella Simonson Alexander Spring ’58 DECEASED
Christine Gridley Bennett Spring ’58 DECEASED
Scot Blue Spring ’58 DECEASED
Edwia Bowser Spring ’58 DECEASED
Nadine Brown Fall ’58 DECEASED
Al Cailteaux Fall ’58 DECEASED
Gretchen Humerickhouse Callaway Spring ’58 DECEASED
Wilfred Castro Fall ’58 DECEASED
Karen Chan Fall ’58 DECEASED
Irene Quan Chan Spring ’58 DECEASED
Richad Cheu Spring ’58 DECEASED
Barbara Lee Ryan Cohn Fall ’58 DECEASED
Harry Cooper Fall ’58 DECEASED
 Florance Kelly Cooper Spring ’58 DECEASED
Flora Daggao-Griggs Fall ’58 DECEASED
Larry Dana Spring ’58 DECEASED
George Dargans Spring ’58 DECEASED
Charles Dill Spring ’58 DECEASED
Winifred Dower Spring ’58 DECEASED
Rich Duhagon Spring ’58 DECEASED
Dan Durst Spring ’58 DECEASED
Julius Ehrlich Fall ’58 DECEASED
Philip Emrich Spring ’58 DECEASED
Robert Farber Spring ’58 DECEASED
Barbara Fishbein Spring ’58 DECEASED
Martin Fisher Spring ’58 DECEASED
Bernice Miller Fleming Spring ’58 DECEASED
Barbara  Solter Fromm Spring ’58 DECEASED
Kaye Yasuko Fukushsima Fall ’58 DECEASED
Donna Funk Spring ’58 DECEASED
Paul Furness Spring ’58 DECEASED
Arthur Gerow Spring ’58 DECEASED
John Gibbs Spring ’58 DECEASED
Robert Elvin Gibson Fall ’58 DECEASED
Sharon Lapp Goldfein Fall ’58 DECEASED
Edward Grace Fall ’58 DECEASED
Nickolai Gregorieff Fall ’58 DECEASED
Peter Greuther Spring ’58 DECEASED
James Guthrie Spring ’58 DECEASED
Betty Spikes Head Spring ’58 DECEASED
George Holt Spring ’58 DECEASED
Jerry Honda Spring ’58 DECEASED
Fred Ishida Spring ’58 DECEASED
Don Jacobs Spring ’58 DECEASED
Donna Mayne Johnson Spring ’58 DECEASED
Williard Johnson Spring ’58 DECEASED
Helen Kaman Spring ’58 DECEASED
Janice Louise Kirk Fall ’58 DECEASED
Robert Law Spring ’58 DECEASED
Judith Barrett Lawrence Spring ’58 DECEASED
Dion Leeds Fall ’58 DECEASED
Brenda Youngbood Levaditis Fall ’58 DECEASED
John Leveck Fall ’58 DECEASED
Frankie Mason Spring ’58 DECEASED
Patricia Meek Fall ’58 DECEASED
Claire Mentz Spring ’58 DECEASED
Heinz Mertens Spring ’58 DECEASED
Miriam Lewinski Meyerowitz Spring ’58 DECEASED
Yoko Mitsuda Spring ’58 DECEASED
Bonita Brodd Morley Spring ’58 DECEASED
Sandra Morrell ? DECEASED
Etta Munson Spring ’58 DECEASED
Arlene DeFelipo Murillo Fall ’58 DECEASED
Michiko Aoki Nakai Spring ’58 DECEASED
William Olinger Fall ’58 DECEASED
Patrica Jue Ono Spring ’58 DECEASED
Effie Pandell Spring ’58 DECEASED
Noel Parente Spring ’58 DECEASED
Tonya Bernice Roscoe Pernet Fall ’58 DECEASED
Wayne Redus Fall ’58 DECEASED
Barry Rehfeld Spring ’58 DECEASED
Charles Robinson Fall ’58 DECEASED
Tonya Bernice Roscoe Spring ’58 DECEASED
Earlene Ryan Spring ’58 DECEASED
Sylvia  Carp Segal Spring ’58 DECEASED
Rose Simmons Spring ’58 DECEASED
Christine Lease Smith Fall ’58 DECEASED
Melvin Thomas Spring ’58 DECEASED
Mike Thompson Spring ’58 DECEASED
Bill Tiefenthal Spring ’58 DECEASED
Joan Robel Valceschini Spring ’58 DECEASED
Rosalind Vasquez Spring ’58 DECEASED
Judy Vetter Spring ’58 DECEASED
Konrad Von Emster Spring ’58 DECEASED
Maurine  Butler Walker Spring ’58 DECEASED
Fred Wash Spring ’58 DECEASED
Bobbie Washington Fall ’58 DECEASED
Frances Carlson Williams Fall ’58 DECEASED
Eugene Wilson Spring ’58 DECEASED
Roy Wing Spring ’58 DECEASED
Geogianna Chun Wong Spring ’58 DECEASED
Julia Wong Spring ’58 DECEASED
Teddy Wyatt Spring ’58 DECEASED
Florence Maki Yamabe Spring ’58 DECEASED
Sally Young Spring ’58 DECEASED

 

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