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GARY KENNETH EIGER

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Resident of Mountain View

May 28, 1954 - August 24, 2014

Gary Eiger passed away on Sunday, Aug. 24 at the age of 60. He is survived by the love of his life, Nancy Eiger, whom he met in the 7th grade and was married to for 21 years, and his stepchildren Talya Yaakov of Israel and Daniella Mizrahi of Menlo Park.

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Wedding


Vanessa Mitchener and Casey Clark

Vanessa Mitchener and Casey Clark

Vanessa Mitchener and Casey Clark were married July 19 at Chalk Hill Estate Vineyards and Winery in Healdsburg.

The bride is the daughter of Scott Mitchener of Salinas and Dee and Kreg Baker of Carmel Valley.

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Noteworthy


Courtesy of Martha Bowden
Los Altos Hills resident Bill Stark, second from right, receives the Silver Buffalo. He is flanked by, from left, son William III, daughter-in-law Meghan, wife Ann and daughter Kathleen Stark.

LAH resident receives Scouting’s highest honor

Longtime Los Altos Hills resident William Stark Jr. recently received the Boy Scouts of America’s highest honor, the Silver Buffalo Award.

Each year, the Boy Scouts honor several individuals nationwide who have demonstrated a lifetime of extraordinary service to youth either through direct service to a youth agency or through actions affecting youth. In the 88-year history of the Silver Buffalo Award, only 741 have been bestowed. Recipients include 14 U.S. presidents, former First Lady Nancy Reagan, baseball legend Yogi Berra, Bill Gates and Gen. Colin Powell.

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LOUIS SARTO

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Louis Charles Sarto, 84, died peacefully on August 21, 2014, after eight strokes. Lou was born June 6, 1930 to Norma and Guilio Sarto of Los Altos, California.

He was educated at Mountain View Union High School, class of 1948, Santa Clara University, 1949, and graduated with a BA in accounting from San Jose State University in 1955.

Lou was employed by the Adobe Creek Lodge as Social Director, by Wells Fargo Bank of San Francisco, Trust Department, and with Gemello Winery in Mountain View, as Vice President and then President of the Winery, handling retail and wholesale sales, and blending of wines.

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ADOLPH WILLIAM LUND, JR.

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Adolph, “Dolph”, Lund, Jr., a 52 year resident of Los Altos, California, passed away Thursday, August 28, 2014, at the age of 78. He was extremely kind hearted, giving, supportive and a loving husband, father, grandfather, uncle and friend.

Pop, as he was known to his family, is survived by his wife of 51 years, Phyllis Lund, and their three children. Son, Kevin Lund and wife Kristin; daughter Karen Lund; daughter Amy Van Ryswyk and husband Martin. Pop has three grandchildren Brandon, Brooke and Shannon.

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ROY F. ECKERT

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Oct. 2, 1916- Aug. 27, 2014

Born in Perry, TX, Roy graduated from Sunset High School in Dallas and Texas A&M. He married Florence Devenport in March, 1937. Due to taking flying courses in college, Roy went to work as a pilot for Pan Am in 1943 and they moved to the San Francisco Bay area. He and Florence built a house in Los Altos where they lived for 56 years, and raised two sons, Michael & Stephen.

During the next 22 years, he served his fellow Pan Am pilots as a union representative with the Air Line Pilots Association and worked closely with ALPA founder David L. Behncke. 

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KHODADAD “TED” KEYANI, M.D.

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Ted Keyani passed away on August 24, 2014, in Sunnyvale, California. He is survived by his wife of fifty years, Judi Oszman Keyani. Ted was born in 1927 in Yazd, Iran into a Zoroastrian family and culture. He moved with his family, mother Homayoon and father Bahram, to Tehran while in his teens and came to the United States in 1947. He attended Perkiomen Prep School in Pennsburg, Pennsylvania for a year before entering Stanford University where he completed both undergraduate studies and his medical degree. He and Judi were married in 1964 and have resided in Los Altos, California, since 1970.

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JEANNE PACKARD

After suffering a stroke in May, Jeanne Packard died August 10, 2014 at age 83. She was born in 1931 in Berlin, Germany, the only child of Emily Channel and Frank Howe Packard of Chicago, IL. Jeanne is survived by 5 great grandchildren. She was a longtime resident of Los Altos since 1980.  Jeanne was a graduate of University of Chicago Art Institute. A founder artist of Packard Art Studio of Los Altos, she also had worked as an advertising and graphic artist. From 1953 – 1963 she resided in Mexico City and became fluent in Spanish.

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