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Obituaries

News and tributes about the lives of community members who have recently died.
Burlingame Death Notices: Marie Evangelista

Burlingame Death Notices: Marie Evangelista

She was a native of Jamaica Plain, MA and had resided in Burlingame since 1971.
Obituary: Judge Robert E. Cary, Served in SMC Municipal and Superior Court

Obituary: Judge Robert E. Cary, Served in SMC Municipal and Superior Court

After retiring from the bench, Robert practiced law at Carey & Carey in Palo Alto.
Burlingame Death Notices: Lemuel Southorn of Redwood City

Burlingame Death Notices: Lemuel Southorn of Redwood City

Lemuel ran a popular coffee shop in Burlingame for 19 years.
Sad End for Pioneering Silicon Valley Engineer

Sad End for Pioneering Silicon Valley Engineer

Jean-Marc Delbecq held many patents and co-invented a device that’s widely used.
Obituary: Stan Vistica, Burlingame Planning Commissioner

Obituary: Stan Vistica, Burlingame Planning Commissioner

An old friend mourns the loss of Stan "Buck" Vistica.
Letter to the Editor: Honoring Richard Stein

Letter to the Editor: Honoring Richard Stein

The following letter was submitted by Burlingame resident Steve Duncan.
Community Gathers to Remember Isaac Mejia

Community Gathers to Remember Isaac Mejia

Hundreds attended St. Robert's Catholic Church Tuesday to mourn the loss of a dear community member.
Obituary: Heikoti “Koti” Fakava

Obituary: Heikoti “Koti” Fakava

Fakava moved to the Bay Area after breaking football records at the University of Hawaii. He will be buried on Saturday in Millbrae.
Dick Clark Dead at 82

Dick Clark Dead at 82

The man who brought smiles and musical entertainment to so many is no longer with us.
WWII Hero Celebrated Friday in Menlo Park

WWII Hero Celebrated Friday in Menlo Park

Shot down by the Japanese during the war, Hap Halloran was beaten and tortured, displayed to the public in a tiger's cage, and often cried for relief. After the war, he befriended the Japane
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