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She was a delight and although she knew French better than most of us she was generous in only helping when asked. I have moved away now so do not attend but I treasure her friendship in the two groups. What an incredible life. Though I knew few of the details, there was never any doubt that Francine was a woman of wit, grace, curiosity, intellectual prowess and generosity, all of which she showed and shared in countless and often surprising ways.

I'll miss her smile, her parade of gorgeous scarves and pins, her perfect posture and her strength. There will always be a hole on the left side of the back row of the gym, and in our hearts. Carlos Sposito. Certainly miss you guys. Good to see your memorial online. Thank you so much. Your life such a gift you give. Blessed Be. Contact me Debbie. Love, Rachel. I remember your Dad Debbi, Love him and love you too. Thank you for being you carlo and your daughter Deborah. Miss you. Francine was my French teacher over the past several years. I so looked forward to our Monday afternoon sessions.

She was one of the most interesting people I ever knew. I never tired of her stories.

I miss her very much. An interesting life in troubled times. Your mother and dad were very determined and gifted people with lots of accomplishments. We understand the feeling of loss when a parent is gone. The memories and the knowledge of having lived a good life is what we hold and keep in our hearts ,. Hey Mark, I can't believe it's been more than 2 yrs since we last talked. I miss the stories of your girls, the funny things that happened at school or the misadventures on vacation! I miss all the funny inflection in your voice or the expression on your face at the punch line of whatever joke you were telling!

It's been too long since we last talked and I wanted to say really miss our time together making your hair look great! Forever your friend Vinnie the barber. Marie was such a class act and so sweet and warm. We all grew up together and attended St. Phillip Neri. Oh the fun we all had together. Marie always had a smile on her face and was so kind with her words of wisdom.

I am sadden to hear this news and am in the Midwest and cannot attend the services or I would be there to celebrate her life. Peace and love to such a wonderful family. I remember when Bonnie was little I loved fixing her curly hair. I would stand her up on the toilet and comb her hair she was so cute an a happy little face.

I love you Bonnie. Cousin Jeannie. Joe and I as well as children, Collin and Julie have often remembered our visit many years ago to Portland. Your Father and Mother were very gracious hosts as was your Grandmother while we were there. Your parents taking us to see the devastation at Mt. So many lovely memories we have! It is a privilege to have known Ray. A great man, who cared deeply about his family, friends,and his many employees.. We will remember the trip down to Mexico and all the other RV outting that we had with you and Jean.

YOU will be missed happy RVing.

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You are like a big brother to me and you gave us so many wonderful memories we will never forget. We will always remember you. My condolences to the family for the dear loss of Cheryl. May God who can bind up the wounds of the brokenhearted be a support for you during this difficult time. I wish that I could be there to honor Jerry's memory.

I am there in spirit. My brother-in-law, Ray, was a super guy! Always enjoyed his sense of humor and his larger than life smile! I will miss him but I have many wonderful stories and memories that will be treasured. Peace and prayers are wished for his family. Ray was a very fortunate man to have created such a such a wonderful life and family. Wishing the Salvi family well and our thoughts are with you all at this time. Always a smile Will be sorrily missed. You did a beautiful job describing Ray's life. He indeed was a character that was loved by all who met him.

I am so sad, yet when I think of him, I mostly smile My heart goes out to all the family. I hope you can allow your memories to bring you comfort. It was wonderful and loving for you to have him as a son. As well he was blessed to have parents and a loving family during his days here. To the family and friends, I am very sorry to here of the death of your loved one. God told Isaiah what to write as recorded at Isaiah It says: " Your dead will live.

My corpses will rise up. Awake and shout joyfully, You residents in the dust! For your dew is as the dew of the morning, And the earth will let those powerless in death come to life. In the mean time we can take comfort from the Holy Scriptures. Jehovah's Witnesses would be happy to study the Bible with you. You can make a request online or ask any one of Jehovah's Witnesses to make arrangements. To the family and friends of Maxine please accept my deepest condolences. You will be reunited with Maxine again very soon right here on a brand new Paradise Earth under Jesus Christ Kingdom rule Daniel , that he taught his followers to pray to come in the Lord's Prayer Matthew , 10 no more sickness pain or death Life Without End Revelation jw.

I met Barbara at Laurelhurst Presbyterian church and was an inspiration to me in all she did! I especially enjoyed her book reports and fellowship with her ar the monthly Circle meetings. To this day she is an inspiration to me and I look forward to that special day when we shall all worship our Lord and Savior in heaven! My favorite memory is years later running into them at the ice skating rink at Lloyd Center and her comment as she watched the skaters , with a beam on her face.

She pictured herself skating like they did one day in heaven, leaping and graceful. I am sure heaven is much greater than that for her, but I love thinking of her that way now! Love to her family and friends, and see you later, Barbara :. Duane and family, my sincerest condolences for your loss. Maxine was a delight, and we all will miss her. I still think of you! You were such an inspiration to me and everyone who knew you at the gym.

I was blessed to have gotten to know you and be in the presence of such radiant beauty. Her eloquent voice and wise commentaries about life will be greatly missed. Friedrich-Franz v. We hope that this we be of some comfort. Sincerely, Friedrich-Franz v. Pressentin, Former Chairman. We didn't always see eye-to-eye but he was very good and passionate about what he did a former student of his I helped build some of the sets when I was in high school back in the s the good old days. Ginsberg was an onry sweet man, whom I enjoyed. I knew him for many years and even though we were not close or friends really, I will miss him.

I am sure he is happy to be reunited with his wife whom he spoke greatly of. Both were often called as expert witnesses on drug trafficking organizations, and drug dealing techniques. They were inseparable, and "the very best! So sorry to hear of Jodi's passing. She was a bright and vocal light at Unity of Beaverton as she pretty much ran the place when Ed Townley was minister back in the 's.

She certainly did love to garden and her pies were legendary! God Speed on her next adventure. I remember our beloved RHS classmate as reserved, loving and caring toward everyone. Please know her family is in my prayers. Mike and I were so sad to here of Mike's passing. He was an exceptional individual. A good friend from the Police Bureau. One of the best on any team. Good bye to Bill and my condolences to his family and long time partner and friend Dirk. So sorry I cant make the services. Love you Billy! We Already miss her.

Cathy was the big sister to my best friend, but I looked up to her as well. It was truly a pleasure growing up with her a couple houses down. I will always remember her kindness and her smile. My sincere condolences to the entire Konick family at this difficult time. Cathy, It was a privilege and pleasure knowing you while growing up as a close neighbor.

You will be remembered always and missed dearly. Cathy was that quintessential caring person who loved her family, friends, animals and our country dearly. She was the glue who annually updated us on family milestones, made a wicked cole slaw, traveled widely and got the most out of life. I think we were all lucky to have had her in our lives, and she will be remembered for her kindness and wisdom. Cathy will be in my heart for as long as I live.

Our condolences to all of you on the passing of Susan. She was so mellow and caring. Love, Eric and Susan. Susan was an incredible blessing to all of us at LifeWorks NW. She cared deeply for our mission and treated everyone with great respect. She went out of her way to make everyone feel special. Her quiet strength, gentle spirit and great sense of humor will be greatly missed. We are so sorry for your loss. Susan was a quiet, strong force in the office, but mostly a very friendly face we could count on for help and encouragement. We are holding the family up in prayer and wishing you peace through immense sadness.

I always appreciated how Susan handled the craziness of a middle school office and actually got her work done. The last time I saw Susan was at Starbucks with a good cup of strong coffee. Please accept my sincere sympathy to her family. Susan was a a beautiful person inside and out. She was not only a colleague but a friend. She is at peace now and I am thankful for that. Blessings to Todd and Chelse. Susan was such a great friend and colleague. She was a beautiful person inside and out and I loved her dearly. RIP and blessiings to the family.

I am honored to call you a dear friend. You truly changed my life forever. I love and miss you. Dear Diane and Rick. My heart is heavy as I have just learned of Jared's death. I first met Jared when he and Erik were first dating, in Arkansas. Eventually, they moved west and I moved east, but we continued to cross paths and make time to catch up. Jared was a remarkable man and, as evidenced by the many comments here, had a tremendously positive impact on the world around him. My deepest condolences to you and your family. Your in my thoughts and prayers.

It was a privilege and honor to work and share so much of my life with a partner like Bill. He was a cops cop, courageous, calm and controlled under extreme circumstances. Bill was a quiet, humble, warrior with a contagious smile and a real prankster. He treated all with respect and dignity, even those at the lowest points in their lives. Bill's work ethic was unmatched, he at one point in his career was averaging 75 felony arrests a month and was awarded for his valor under fire on more than one occasion. He had huge impact on the heroin and cocaine distribution networks in the Portland Metro area and this world is a better place because of him.

Bill was like a brother and always had my back, he was a true protector, loyal, strong and intelligent.

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Miss You Brother, Godspeed, Dirk. He was a private and humble man,whom displayed great courage, calm and control in life and death situations and had a contagious smile and fantastic sense of humor. Bill was like a brother to me and it was a privilege and honor to share so much of my life with this man of integrity, who had my back for so many years. The world is a better place because of Bill and his contributions. He leaves behind a family that he so loved and spoke so proudly about.

A good friend, great neighbor, always a genuine smile and helping hand when needed. Bill was an outstanding father, brother, uncle and especially a soul mate to the love of his life. He will be in a friend in our hearts forever. I have known Jan and Mel for over 60 years and I have wonderful memories of our travel and playing bridge. I, and her friends, will miss her a great deal! I just went through the obituary listings in the Pine Bluff Commercial on-line and saw your son's name in the list.

Please know that we are so sorry for your loss of a son at the young age of only We will continue to pray for your family and his husband as the first year after a death is the hardest time. Sheryl was truly the most beautiful person I was blessed to call my sister. She loved her family, fur babies and her friends with her whole heart. I know my life is richer for having known and loved her. I will always be here for Josh, Danny and Zach. I miss her everyday. My heart is broken for you, Ted and Charlie. This isn't supposed to happen to us. Having been so close for so long this feels very personal.

Even though we haven't had contact for several years the feelings don't dissipate. I still feel like mishpocha. My heart is with you and the kids. I'm so sorry to hear of Judith's passing. What lovely and kind lady. I played Mah Jongg with her for many years when I lived in Portland. Please know how much she was loved. I played MHjong with her for several years. She was always one of my favorite people. Bless her sole. She is pain free and able to Fly. Love you Judith xo lisa.

I have had several workshops with Arnie.

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What a great man. I am so sorry. My deepest sympathyvtobhis family. We are so sorry to hear about Jack's passing. He had quite a life. All of you guy's are in our prayers. We are very sad to hear of her passing and have good memories of her. Our thoughts are with your family. I was in AZ in December and only heard yesterday of his death. I worked for Lattice starting in and staying for 19 year David was such a good man and always so kind to this old lady. I think of him with much affection and may God hold him close. I am so sorry to hear of Mike's death! I was trying to reach him to refer a new client.

He handled our car accident in We could not have been happier with his work. He was the greatest! I thought of him every year on his birthday and always planned to send a card. His death is a great loss to our whole community but my heart and prayers go out to the family. The loss of a son, husband, father or brother is forever felt. We know that loss firsthand. Our son died in , during our case with Mike.

Mike showed much tenderness towards us. Diane, My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Jared was obviously a terrific young man. I mourn your loss. With Love, Beth. I will miss him very much. We had a family relationship. There will never be another Bob Ginsberg. He is leaving a long lasting legacy. We loved. Favorite people. Talking over the wall between our decks as we would both be barbecuing pre-dinner I, as well, as the family and friends will miss him.

Diane I am so very sorry for the lost of your son, he sounded like a remarkable person. God bless you. Jared was a kind, loving light in this world. My heart is broken that this wonderful teenager our time with him then gorgeous man is gone. Those who saw his sparkler young self and the lucky ones who knew Jared as the awesome man he was bound to become are suffering grief beyond comfort.

This angry world has lost a needed, loving, beautiful soul. My heartfelt sympathy. It was a joy to see two superlative people, Jared and Erik, in so loving and caring a relationship with each other. No two people could have been better suited for a lifetime together. Gwen and I are sad to hear of Jared's passing. Please accept our heartfelt condolence. We are all very sorry for your loss. Jared was a great kid in the neighborhood growing up in Pine Bluff.

He was so responsible Ginny trusted him to drive Mary to the high school until she turned 16! We have good memories of Jared and are praying for all of his family during this difficult time. Diane, I so remember his being in 7th grade. He was remarkable intelligent, outgoing, and brilliantly funny. His class was one of my favorite groups. I ache for you and Eric. Just know Smokey and I will keep all of you in our thoughts and prayers.

Jared sounds like a wonderful man who lived life to the fullest. I am so sorry for the loss of Jared. My deepest sympathy and prayers during this very sad and difficult time. Jared was a wonderful, kind and smart man who was loved by many and will be greatly missed. I have sweet memories of Jared. Our condolences to Eric, Diane, Rick and Jeff and his family. Jared, we loved your laugh and your smile and will miss you very very much.

Erik, we are so sorry for your loss You were always the brightest candle in the room. I loved being around you and being your friend. You will be missed dearly???? I am sorry for the loss of your beloved Jared. Larry and I send each of you our deepest sympathy, love and prayers. I am absolutely devastated to just be learning of David's passing. He was such a beautiful soul, so full of love for everyone and everything.

He loved his kids like no other. Rest In Peace, my friend. No more pain for such an incredibly loving man. Sylvia and I first met Sherri and her mother Esther when we moved into our house across the street from them in January of Many memories of the family over the years. Sylvia and I first met Sherri when we moved into our home across the street from Esther im January Many memories of the family. Heartbreaking to hear of the loss of Joe. Time and God's love will help to mend your broken hearts. Will miss "poking the bear" bantering back and forth with our wits.

He's not with us but definitely not forgotten. Hi Joe was my friend so sorry to hear this devastating news! So young. I met Joe at the Chinese village we have a few drinks together! Well sometime more than a few!! You will be miss my friend. And we will see you again! In Jesus Christ name. Jim and I will miss that little sparkle in your eyes when we would cross paths! You were always fun to talk to and made us laugh: especially when there were "Farm Animals" near by!

Joe your spirit will be missed. You were blessed with a kind disposition and anybody who met you could feel it. I'll miss talking sports with you my friend. I did not have the absolute pleasure of meeting Mrs. Woolf, but, by all accounts, she was as extraordinary as her daughter Nancy, who I adore. Many blessings to the family. My deepest sympathy to the whole family. While my interactions with Linda and her family were sporadic, there were some mutual friends and acquaintances and events that kept me apprised of general life milestones over the past 30 years or so.

I was glad to have known her. Linda was an intelligent, capable woman who cared about social justice and acted to promote it. She had a meaningful impact in the world in her personal circles and in her community arenas and I admired her greatly. May her memory be for a blessing. I remember Mrs. Piro as the matriarch of Monroe High School during my four years there, from '73 through ' Loving, kind, yet firm Typical Italian, like my own grandmother. She will be missed. Aileen P. Steven, Opening the Oregonian this morning I was shocked to learn of Linda's passing.

I knew you long ago when you were a new attorney at Marion County Legal Aid--you were a fantastic advocate for the underdog. I knew Linda a little in her role with the Area Agency on Aging. I remember her well. My heartfelt condolences. Thank you, Linda. Seeing Linda at Passover was always special. I also ran into her at the gym. She was always warm and our conversations were intimate.

What a loss for all all knew her. Pappy as we called him. Always wanted to tell each of us how good we where to him. He always had a warm and friendly smile. Except that one time when Bob Brockamp and I folded one of his boxes up. He will be missed by many and was loved by all. We enjoyed being neighbors across the street. Tim and Lisa were first playmates. The household was a busy place. Jack was one of a kind. He always had a big smile on his face and showed everyone what hard work means. In memory of you papa say your name! Gone but never forgotten never forget how many times I put your keys in your boots to hear you yell my name at 2 in the morning.

We celebrate the life of Kathy and am mourning her with you in this trying time. We had 40 years of fun together, she a wonderful caring lovely person and she will be greatly missed. Rest in Peace Kathy. Our sincere sympathy to all the family. May you keep the memories of Kathy in your hearts forever. Love and prayers, Kathy and John. I am a Portland lawyer who first met Mike through his Dad Ted in , when I was thinking of moving to Portland to start my career.

Mike was a wonderful person, a terrific lawyer, and was always smiling. I will miss Mike, and I know that everyone who was fortunate to know him will share that loss. Merrill, In searching our classmates for our Highland High school reunion, we just learned of Shauna's passing. Please accept out condolences and know that we are thinking of you and your family at this time. Dear dear Rachel and Joshua, I knew and loved your mother and was shocked to see she died in There are so many marvelous experiences we shared beginning with our AFS staff years.

And I knew and loved you father too. Much love to all of you???????? Dale Miller Frehse. Jenny, or Ginger as we knew her, would always welcome me into her and Ed's home on weekends while I was serving in the Navy in Florida. We shared a lot of fun times taking the boys to the beach and she always went out of her way to cook something special while I was there.

I will never forget her giggle, she could make the sun come out on a cloudy day. I remember Marlene as a very loving mother to Jeffrey and Traci and wife to Marv. She had a special personality that said she was glad to see you. I remember her having long conversations with my mother from times when she was very young and throughout much of Marlenes life. I also remember how happy she was to talk of the great relationship she had with her granddaughter. I am sure her friends are saddened by her passing. Cousin Bob and Jeanne.

Jenny was such a sweet, funny and caring person. I remember watching Jenny leading Shahar into the barn one evening. He was so patient as she was walking a bit slow that day. She would talk to him while they were walking and he seemed to love the admiration. I will never forget Jenny. She holds a special place in my heart. A Dear Friend "Ginger" was to us..

We were very fortunate to have 2 wonderful sons each and always shared the joys of each as the boys were growing and nurturing throughout their school years I was an attorney in Portland who had a couple of cases in which Mike had prior involvement. He was extremely helpful in helping me understand the nature of the issues he handled as it related to the matters on which I was working. He gave me his time and helped me obtain files to assist me with my understanding of the cases. He had a great attitude about helping me and gave his time willingly and pleasantly.

I will always remember him for this. He was a great guy who helped me very much. There weren't too many other attorneys who would have gotten so personally involved with such a nice manner as he did when he helped me. May the lord welcome his newest angel into heaven and bless her eternal soul. Terrye was a strong wonderful woman that I had the pleasure to know for nearly thirty years. I met Mike when we started law school together in I was anxious and knew no one in Eugene.

From the first week I feel into a group with Mike and a few others and immedietaly felt at home. Mike became a close friend for the year I spent there he continued, I did not , and we continued that friendship the next few years with golf and an occasional beer although not near as frequently as I would have wished. Quite simply Mike was one of the nicest people I have ever met. He smiled often and I never remember him saying a bad word about anyone.

If he was ever in a bad mood I don't recall it. I left Oregon in and we did not connect often but he was remarkable in the true sense of that word and a very important person in my life. I give my thoughts and love to his family and friends. I met his father, mother and sisters at his parent's house in Portland and remember them fondly. They had much to be proud of in Mike. And while I only got to meet Keri and David and never met Ariele and Max I can only imagine what a treasure it must have been to have been able to spend so much of life with him. Time will replace the pain with the warm memories of family words will be inadequate to express.

I am envious of the thie you shared and will miss my friend. Dan Bickmore. Frank and Lee were the dearest of friends to my parents. I cannot thank them enough for the love and support they showed my family over the years. Sending love to all the Berne family at this very sad time. Frank will be missed by so many, but never forgotten. Keith and family, Im so sorry to hear. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.. John D. I purchased the Eugene office of Dr.

Larry Semler in , and always found him to be most supportive of my practice. He will be missed and remembered fondly. We send our deepest sympathy to Maddy and family. Mike was a law student with me and he was very respected and admired for his intellect and passion. He also held a poker game on Friday nights for some of us to attend, unwind and learn. Thinking of you, Mary Quigley and Richard Kuhns.

A part of me has died I remember our correspondences in the 's and early 's I used to send him cookies in Vietnam! We were very sorry to hear of Arne's passing. He and my father Norman "Boony" Bergman were close friends growing up and throughout their lives. Unfortunately, my father died in David Bergman. Donald A. She was a grand lady that always had a smile and kind words.

We will always have our memories of Aunt Nora. To Joanne, girls and family, We will always treasure the gondola memories of John dancing at family weddings and Central Catholic Cruises, John loved nothing more than a great party spent with family and friends! John always had a smile. We always enjoyed dancing together and shared many interests including gardening, hiking, biking and our love of Mt. I always enjoyed his stories and zest for life. He will be greatly missed. Marty was the real scungili. He was the don of Hawthorne in the late 90's and s.

We were close friends, and we visited him at his apartment often. He actually gave me his little red car once, when I was down and out in Ptown because he had bought a new ride. Marty was a great man. His laugh will echo in mind forever. My thoughts and prayers are with Jeanie and the family. Mel was such a wonderful and caring person who did so much for his family. Condolences to Arthur emilie who I never met and Barbara we met when you got engaged. The news was a real shock. A true friend. I remember AZA and Roses. Semler was a wonderful doctor and friend to all of us at Pacific University.

He will be missed dearly. I was grateful to know him. My condolences to his entire family. My best, Jenny Coyle, Dean. I babysat for Lisa and Johnny a few times. My sisters Susan and Gayle may have also babysat. I think our youngest sister Nanci is the same age as Johnny. I'm sorry for your loss. I remember him as a kind gentleman. Mom, I miss you every minute of every day.

I just wanted you to know. Love you more than words could ever say. So very sorry for your loss Don. Carole was one of the sweetest souls that I had the blessing to have known. She was always such a bright light not only in this world but my life and the lives she has touched during her time here on earth. She was a rare gem that I will treasure and cherish always. My heart is with you and the family during this difficult time.

Keeping you all in our thoughts and prayers. We were honored and blessed to have Carole under our care for the last two years. She was truly a blessing for our life and will be missed forever. Thanking everyone for your love and support on this day when we honored mom. Your thoughts, prayers and presence were felt by all who loved her. I will always fondly remember Mary. She was my cousin by marriage to my cousin, Jerry Greenberg, and my aunt by marriage to my Uncle Ben.

Mary was one of the nicest and sweetest ladies I've ever known. She will be dearly missed. My condolences to my cousins Micki, Curt, Rob and Barry. I took Phenomenology from Graham in the early 70's and later became his poet drinking friend. I lived across the street from him in the early 90's, we read poetry together Elliot Bay bookshop and 23rd Avenue Books, but Powell's was too cool to let us read however Walt Curtis had us on his KBOO show.

He was a great mentor and humble genius, we had a blast deconstructing a serious scrabble game one afternoon his block party with so much hilarity people asked if we were drunk or stoned We held a vigil the night Billy Rancher died at Good Sam, Graham was like that, I lost track of him except some e-mails, Matt Ecberg told me about his passing today April Farewell to a King of Kindness.

Lew Jones. Alex: Remembering you with love on your birthday. You have left us too soon. Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this time. We surely will miss this sweet Christian lady. Glenn is one of my nephews. I got him a football shirt when I was at Cambtidge. He was a best friend in 4th-6th grade til he moved from Brooklyn to VT — I mostly remember playing catch with him endlessly and talking baseball.

Maybe spoke to him once or twice in the following year but not after that pre-social media life. Wish I could have reconnected, from the little I can glean about him from this, seems like we would have gotten along. My best to all who knew him, and to Chris I flew with Terry to Holland,Michigan to look at a boat spent the day together awesome pilot.

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Did a fly over where I kept my boat. Do not go gentle into that good night Rage,rage,against the dying of the light Good bye Terry. Terry was an interesting man and always willing to listen. I enjoyed my trip out to see him in Oregon, he was a gracious host. Excellent pilot! Think about him and his mother when passing through Willow Springs. Terry was a good friend. I enjoyed talking to him about all kinds of things.

He will always be inspiration to me in many ways. I will miss him and have missed him. Terry and Dean, in a big way, started me on my Mazama journey. After snowshoeing into our camp and setting up our tent, I walked over to a veiwpoint where Mt Hood was peaking through the clouds. Terry and Dean were standing there and pointed out the climbing route to me.

They mentioned something about a cornice. I, timidly, as I knew I was in the presence of two master climbers, asked what a cornice was? They looked at each other and then me and told me I have to take Basic School. Dean got me through Basic and Terry got me up my first climb. What a laugh Terry had.

What a look, with his perfect hair and tucked in wool shirts and felt hat. Thank you Terry for all the great great times, the great stories, the wisdom, the commraderie and adventures. You will always be on the trail and mountains with me. LOVE max. I hiked and rambled with Terry for many years. He is not forgotten and he will be missed. So sad. Terry was just such a constant presence for so long doing Street Rambles. I always got a kick out of him showing up in what looked like "street clothes" He even offered to help my cousin Jim, who has some hiking challenges, climb a glaciated peak so he could be a Mazama.

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Even more difficult to appreciate is how these poems come to be. Five poets come together to discuss the origins of their poems—energies they tap into and methods they use to get the right words into the right order. A Festival favorite returns! Feel like a bonafide gumshoe listening in on riveting short readings by these modern masters of noir. In a raw, fearless voice she interrogates conformity, love, sex, the body, memory, and writing itself and inspires her readers with the courage to live and write fully. As political fringe ideologies move into the mainstream—and the far left and the far right clash in the streets—extremist views of all kinds are becoming part of the zeitgeist.

More people are facing the question: What compels peaceful people to commit violence? As women come forward to report violence and young white boys are perpetrating mass murders, America is dealing with its own home-grown radicalism. Two experts on extremism—Islamophobia and discrimination scholar Khaled Baydoun, and national thought leader on masculinity and radicalization Michael Kimmel—will probe the questions: What drives people to the extreme? And can a nation be de-radicalized? Three of the smartest novelists working today discuss how fiction explodes the question of how we know ourselves.

Come explore how we know ourselves. She will explore the decades-long history of racial upheaval in the United States, leading up to the current resurgence of anti-Black violence. A former U. We expect this session to sell out so get your tickets now. Ada inspires young readers to ask questions and lean into their curiosity, showing them that scientists and engineers can look just like them! Writing great historical fiction is an enormously challenging task for writers—so much research, woven seamlessly into a story—and rewards readers with entertainment and education at the same time.

No wonder historical fiction is one of the most popular literary genres. With portraits of slave owners and abolitionists, Linda Spalding captures the instability of midth-century America. Through the eyes of a vulnerable young woman, Adrienne Sharp takes us inside the glamour and darkness of Hollywood and Las Vegas in the midth century.

Everything we understand about the world comes from stories: those we hear in school, those we read in books, and those we believe about each other. These panelists—all titans of storytelling—will discuss the power stories have to galvanize the world, create cultures, and bind us all together. These brilliant writers will interrogate how we shape stories—and how stories shape us. An absolute must-see: Dr. Strong women are nothing new in literature, which has inspired centuries of women to speak up.

Eating is a political act. The purchase, preparation, and experience of food are choices that profoundly shape not only our individual lives but social justice and our entire ecosystem. Come hear her latest calls to action. For centuries, women have been powerful philanthropists, albeit less recognized than men. Women have been especially influential in founding the two leading universities in the Bay Area. Phoebe Hearst was the ecletic mother of the University of California at Berkeley, just as Jane Stanford co-founded her namesake university through hands-on activism.

What lessons do the stories of these brilliant, empowered women hold today for any woman or man who wants to use financial resources to shape society? Do women give differently than men do? Where do the challenges and opportunities lie? How is it possible that two people can look at the same thing, but see different things? Open seating; no tickets needed! The ex-drag queen Belize works as a nurse in a hospital where he spars with the dying, cruel Roy Cohn as he also administers care.

Angels broke open how gayness could be portrayed onstage, and influenced entire generations of queer writers. Zen roshi teacher and anthropologist Joan Halifax has spent much of her life exploring questions of life and death. Teaching at hospices and on death row, and traveling throughout radically different cultures, she has devoted herself to the study of what makes a meaningful life.

She ventures to answer the enduring question: How do we live well for ourselves and others at the same time? There are those with whom we share blood and childhoods, and those we choose as adults: These are the beautiful, sometimes ill-fitting puzzle pieces that make up a family. These panelists discuss what makes a family and what makes a family difficult to write : Nidhi Chanani, graphic novelist who delves into the immigrant experience; Chris Crutcher, novelist and family therapist; Abdi Nazemian, whose newest novel raises the question of personal identity and unknown heritage; and Mitali Perkins, who tells multigenerational stories of family and the Indian-American identity.

Books have the power to transform national consciousnesses, to reshape the world. The most powerful political novels narrow the scope of politics and current events, bringing the personal experience to the forefront of the discourse via empathetic characters. Billy Collins former U. Aline Kominsky-Crumb is an icon of cartooning and a pioneer in feminist expression through this medium. Her subversive depictions of femininity, along with her collaborations with husband Robert Crumb, have been widely featured in the underground scene.

Margaret Atwood, Octavia Butler, and Ursula Le Guin are three titans of speculative fiction, having paved the way for a new generation of women who hold in their hands the future of the genre. Popular political commentator Sally Kohn, who has contributed regularly to both CNN and Fox News, has built a career on bridging political differences and has mastered the remarkable skill of civil conversation with people with whom she disagrees passionately. Learning how to do that is reason enough to attend this session, but Kohn goes a step further.

How can we stop hate? Why does civility matter, and what else can help? Find out how you too can join this process of leaving hate behind. The female body has been a political battleground for centuries, the source of life itself and thus the focus of control, indeed obsession. Meanwhile, the actual bodies themselves—the way they work, their own intrinsic beauty and physical essence—remain largely undiscussed. Nina Brochmann from Norway began a blog that was so popular that it quickly became a book. Megan McDonald will appear in person for the final show on Sunday afternoon, talk with the audience, and sign books after the show.

Festival passes wristbands, priority tickets, or special passes are not accepted at this program. Get tickets. Has MeToo gone too far? That very question, posed recently in a prominent essay, provokes a strong reaction in us. Together these writers, who have plumbed this topic deeply, will deconstruct the movement and explore its future.

Investigative journalist Bernice Yeung has reported on sexual assault in agricultural and janitorial work. Lawyer and prominent activist Saru Jayaraman has investigated harassment of women working in the hospitality industry. Young readers have an intense curiosity about the world, and sophisticated books based on real-life events can help them navigate the complexities they find.

The authors on this panel will discuss how they incorporate difficult real events into their books while keeping them enjoyable for young readers. What makes for a powerful woman? Is there a special trait, a spark that allows her to overcome institutional biases and barriers? Hear Dean expertly discuss how these women took power when it was not offered to them and how each of us is capable of doing the same. Canadian writers have long graced lists of the most beloved and critically acclaimed authors anywhere just think Margaret Atwood, Rohinton Mistry, Michael Ondaatje.

Come discover three exceptional Canadian rising stars who also happen to be women who have flown to us to discuss their work, including the influence of national and personal histories on it. Katherena Vermette tells a complex intergenerational story that traces seemingly disparate lives as they all converge on a single tragic incident. We often read in order to travel to different places—Amsterdam via Camus, Florence via Forster—but with a few tips and tricks, you can see these literary settings for yourself. Come hear Andy Steves son of travel guru Rick Steves share travel hacks from a life on the road.

Choose your own adventure, maximize your time and money, and connect with locals as you city-hop around Europe. She examines diet culture, disease screenings, and all of the other practices humans engage in to ensure a long life—but at what expense, and with what quality and meaning? One of the most popular sessions at the Festival returns for its fourth year. Traveling all the way from Scandinavia and Iceland to join us today, these authors will illuminate why their books—which situate grisly stories of murder and chaos in frigid regions—have the enduring power to captivate audiences worldwide.

How can activism be most effective today? Kauffman on the history and future of activism. How have past movements used disruptive tactics to catalyze change? Is there, indeed, still hope in the dark, and how do we act on it? Travel bans, border walls, and pointed fingers create tragedy all around us. This diverse panel—a former U.

Border Patrol agent haunted by the job he quit, a novelist-historian, and a journalist—provides a sweeping perspective on this vital issue. What if it were up to just two kids to stop these dark forces? What would it feel like to have the fate of an entire town on your shoulders? Readers of any age will enjoy hearing literary magician Eggers conjure another timeless tale. To write is to take risks: with words, with voice, with subject matter. They invite audience members to ask their own risky questions. As borders tighten and DREAMers await their future, there are children who need to find themselves in the books they read.

Is having brown and black skinned characters in books enough? Can they help create a world where borders cannot be closed off? Post punk rocker Viv Albertine formerly of the feminist cult band The Slits played at the heart of the British counterculture before pursuing TV and film directing and a solo music career. Albertine comes to us from the U. See great comics artists create their art on the spot! The Bay Area has a rich history of cartooning from the earliest alternative comix to the modern graphic novel.

Join this special live performance to see and hear these visual stories come to life. This is a great opportunity for fans to see their favorite characters brought to life and for comics writers to watch some pros do the magic. In the face of the ruthless Martial Empire, our heroes risk everything to resist.

Just what do you do with a particular mushroom, a foreign root, a spiky fruit? Magdalena Yesil knows what it takes to get ahead. She arrived in this country as a near-penniless immigrant student. Not only did she become one of the founding board members of Salesforce, but she was among the first to note the commercial potential of the internet, founding the first Internet payment company, CyberCash.

Hear this smart, compassionate woman as she gives other smart women the tools they need to win. Literature is how we forge a common good globally—by awakening a sense of empathy and openness and by stressing the things that connect us instead of what divides us. Never has this been more essential than today as politicians speak of walls and bans and as we feel distances growing wider between neighbors. Drawing upon his 32 years as a full-time writer including 12 books spanning travel literature, biography, memoir and novels and his 44 years as a full-time traveler, Pico Iyer will close the festival with a keynote illuminating the power of literature to create a world beyond walls.

We expect this session to sell out, so get your tickets now for this very special talk! For any inquries please visit our Contact page.