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Tony Jack, second from left, and family
C. Stoney Brook January 1, 2014 at 09:23 am
I've known Tony since he began his career and had the distinct honor and pleasure of working withRead More him as a peace officer and LE trainer. He was an excellent instructor, with a passion for training and a desire to develop only the best police officers he could. His efforts in developing the Field Training Officer course for CA POST are memorialized in a 1999 video presentation where Tony expresses the goals and objectives of that program. In this video, Tony speaks from his heart about the qualities of a good trainer. He will be missed in the ranks of police work but his legacy remains through the many cops he trained and encouraged. Rest in peace, brother. Stoney Brook
John B. Jemmott III December 28, 2012 at 01:56 pm
Doug was a great colleague and I am deeply saddened by his passing. We met occasionally typicallyRead More at conferences and we would sometimes have a chance to enjoy dinner and conversation about issues in sex education research, particularly regarding adolescents. He was extremely knowledgeable and thoughtful and good-natured. He was a decent person; so it was always a pleasure to spend time with him. I will miss him dearly, as will many others.
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Peter S. Carter September 17, 2012 at 03:17 pm
What for the presence of Dr. Jerry Hanson on a Santa Fe vacation with the Weimers some thirty yearsRead More ago, we'd have attended Leigh's services back then. Seems that the cocktail onion in his gibson got the best of him and it was only Jerry's quick and expert application of the Heimlich Maneuver (causing the onion to pop out very unceremoniously) that Leigh was able to continue on for several more decades. Very sad that we will never be able to share cocktails again with a most delightful friend. Peter S. Carter 45 Broadway
Larry Cargnoni September 17, 2012 at 07:21 pm
It was wonderful to hear his voice and his thoughts on KLIV every so often post-retirement.Read More Condolences to his family.
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Angela Powers September 28, 2012 at 07:12 pm
R.I.P. Christy. I miss you. God Bless your family.
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Shannon Burkey (Editor) June 26, 2012 at 02:10 pm
Hi Lois, I just sent you an email regarding this.
Cathy P. June 26, 2012 at 03:32 pm
"Senate Bill 1806 by Sen. Liz Figueroa, D-Fremont, makes it illegal for pet owners to leaveRead More their animals in an enclosed vehicle under dangerous conditions starting in January 2007. The new law is designed to protect animals from being cooped up in cars during a summer heat wave or winter frost. Penalties range from an initial maximum $100 fine for an unattended animal that suffers little bodily harm to a $500 penalty and up to six months in county jail for a second offense." (Sac Bee, 9/22/2006)
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Ozzi Paws June 16, 2012 at 12:12 pm
It appears that he was hit about 1:30am, (Thursday night/Friday morning), the day before Cinco deRead More Mayo. That means the driver was likely going home. They might live in Davenport, Swanton Road area, Pescadero, San Gregorio, Half Moon Bay or maybe further north. Come on friends, family, neighbors, co-workers...someone must know something, please help! The right front (round) headlights would have been smashed out, along with the extended mirror on the Dodge Truck. Ask questions, look close for recent repairs...
John Colby June 18, 2012 at 10:30 am
Joshua was a traveler. Many homeless people are travelers — they carry their homes on theirRead More backs. The first paragraph seems to imply that Joshua's death would somehow be of less concern to the community if he had been considered homeless. This attitude reveals a fundamental problem with our community: homeless individuals are not treated as coequal citizens — they are not considered part of our community.
Vicky Caballero June 7, 2012 at 06:12 pm
I am the cook at Pajaro Valley Loaves and Fishes, where I met Cecile. She made the healthiest, mostRead More delicious salads. Some Sundays, Cecile would visit me at home. My daughters loved eating breakfast with her. We're never going to forget her. - Maria Gonzalez and daughters
Jeanne Jensen Shada July 15, 2012 at 04:07 pm
I knew Cecile as "Suzie" when we taught school together in San Jose. We were good friendsRead More and colleagues. We worked hard to make the first "Earth Day" a reality for our students. I can see from her obituary and others' comments that Suzie lived and worked throughout her life to improve the lives of others. I hope to attend the Celebration of Life for her. Jeanne Jensen Shada
Tatiana Gutierrez June 14, 2013 at 11:16 am
those any one knows where she was buried !!
Brian April 11, 2012 at 01:22 am
martial arts is big in santa cruz, but boxing is a dangerous sport (not exactly my fortay) but itsRead More dangerous , and people like it, a professional boxing club would have people punching the crap out of each other. nude bars are banned in the city because feminist groups would be up in arms about it, they boycotted pageants, wonder where boxing rings fit into this picture?
Jrey April 11, 2012 at 01:05 pm
this would give such a boost to our local economy, I hope the city goes for it!
Michael A. Lewis April 14, 2012 at 01:19 am
I've been busy of late in final proofing of my novel, "The Environmeddlers," which will beRead More released Earth Day, April 22. Stay tuned! It's nice to be missed!
Vicki M. April 4, 2012 at 04:18 am
Hello Maria. Thanx for taking the time to speak with Loo and for putting his words into print, it isRead More so much appreciated by those of us who care for him, as well as for Scott. Peace and Happiness, Vicki M.
Jacob Bourne (Editor) April 4, 2012 at 12:09 pm
Thanks for sharing the youtube link. We'll add that so everyone can see more pics of the beautifulRead More memorial.
Lawrence Woodworth April 4, 2012 at 07:02 pm
Thank you! Anyone who wants more pics go here:Read More http://s112.photobucket.com/albums/n164/loowood/Scott%20Woodworth%201951-2012/
Dave Robbins April 1, 2012 at 11:44 pm
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Brad Kava (Editor) April 2, 2012 at 02:04 am
Yeah..pricey...I wanted the $94 sweater..but no...of course, this shirt is also a dress shirt byRead More santa cruz standards.
Brooke Wright April 2, 2012 at 03:42 pm
Also realize that whenever you buy something locally made (as in, made in the U.S. by smallRead More companies) you end up paying the actual cost to produce something that won't fall apart in a couple wash cycles, at least that is the goal...
Helen Krummenacker December 5, 2011 at 12:15 am
Thank you, Occupy Santa Cruz, for showing that the movement *is* needed, even in a place I thoughtRead More was about progressive values and local businesses.
Brian December 5, 2011 at 05:41 pm
Local business makes a living on outside money and people bringing it in in the form of tourism,Read More retirees and students. As a result of this santa cruz has a huge homeless population along with a equally huge and even larger alcohol and drug addict and mentally unstable population. Denial has been a river called the san lorenzo levee. For as long as memory serves, and memories are short in santa cruz, the river and forests up the river have been a madhouse of heroin, meth and alcohol zombie territory. Along comes occupy wall st and the mentally unstable citizens that live in this town spouting tv inspired madness, college students learning community organizing skills, and every political action committee. But whos the real occupiers that have been around for a lot longer than all of them occupying this area? The homeless and drug addicts alcohol fueled wackos. So whats all this really about wall st, or santa cruzs social dysfunction?
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