Jayshree Banthia Jain

Jayshree Jain onlineSept. 13, 1970 - Feb. 15, 2020 49 years old innocent, selfless, saint who always served others with purest love has left earth to be united with God on  February 15. Devastated spouse Jawahar, children Lakshya & Priya, parents Jaisingh & Sushila, mother-in-law CK Jain, grand mother Aseema, siblings Nidhi, Toral, Saumil, Darsan, & Rajul bhabhi, pray for peace of her soul.

George Albright M.D.

GeorgeGeorge Albright online Albright, M.D. of Carmel Valley, CA passed away peacefully at the age of 89 on February 14th, 2020 surrounded by love. Born in Rochester, PA on January 28, 1931, he was the son of Denton Morris Albright, an educator and superintendent of the Crafton, PA school district and Ethel Mary Jane Varner, a Latin and Math teacher. After graduating from Franklin and Marshall College, George went on to pursue a degree in medicine from Temple University.

Susan Moore Almon

Susan Almon onlineOn February 13, 2020, Susan Moore Almon died unexpectedly but peacefully of heart failure in Mountain View, CA with family near her side. She was 86. She was born Betty Sue McDonald on February 19, 1933 in Hamlet, NC to Angus McDonald and Varneen Irwin. Before marrying West Point Cadet, William J. Almon on June 11, 1955 in University City, MO, she earned a Bachelor’s degree from the University of Tennessee, Chattanooga, where she was chosen “Sweetheart of Sigma Chi” and pledged the Pi Beta Phi sorority.

Barbara J. Ferguson

Barbara Barbara Ferguson onlineJ. Ferguson, 81, passed away peacefully on February 12,2020 surrounded by family. She was born in Hood River, Oregon, June 16, 1938. Barbara graduated Goldendale High School in 1956 and went on to attend University of Oregon and was graduated from San Francisco Dental Nursing School. After marrying her high school sweetheart, Earl, they settled in Sunnyvale, California. Barbara and Earl later moved to Los Altos in 1996. After her full time job raising two boys, Barbara was an active parishioner and volunteer at Los Altos United Methodist church since arriving in Los Altos. She was an avid San Jose Sharks fan and passionate supporter of music at LAUMC. Barbara is preceded in death by her husband Earl, and is survived by her sons Bob and Dan, Daughter in law Shirley, granddaughters Jessilyn, Jordan, Lauren, and Devin, great grandsons Dallas, Zeek, and Maximus.

Elizabeth “Lou” Amphlett Antonioli 

ElizabethAntonioloi onlineMay 2, 1934 - February 9, 2020 Lou was born in the Quinette family home in Lawton OK, and grew up in Los Angeles with her younger sister Beverly. Her love for travel started with childhood family road trips exploring all of the lower 48 states, where her father Ted would sometimes work on maps for The Automobile Club of Southern California. Lou developed her hostess skills and love for entertaining from her mother Dorothy. After earning her art degree at San Jose State Lou went on to a technical drawing job at SRI. She used her wonderful artistic talents in everything she did including home improvements and her many volunteer activities. Married in 1958, Lou and Bill shared a love for music and spending time with friends as well as family. They were both amazing role models. In the summer of 1969 they moved the family from Sunnyvale to Los Altos Hills and joined St. Nicholas parish and school. Lou was active in the life of St. Nicholas as room mother, parish council member, and key driver in starting the annual School Festival/Carnival and then organizing it each year, providing not just funding for the school but a wonderful community social event.

William J. Duryea

BillDuryea onlineJuly 2, 1949 - September 17, 2019 Los Altos On September 17, 2019 William moved from this realm into the pure land of Infinite light. He died from prostate cancer. He was many things; a horse whisperer, a monk, thoughtful caregiver, a surfer, a lover of plants who shared his compost tea with all his neighbors, a story teller, a traveler, a shaman, a collector of buddhas, but in the end he was only humble and full of love. Bill is survived by his wife Carol, sons Yamal and Arjuna (Christine), daughter Jahnava, his pop Bill Sr., brothers Michael (Debbie), Dennis (Donna) and four awesome grandkids. Private services have been held.


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