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Setsuko Ishiyama, a community fixture in Palo Alto and Stanford, dies at 95

She volunteered in schools, at Stanford Medical Center and cheered on Stanford women's basketball teams

Setsuko Takahashi Ishiyama, who volunteered in Palo Alto schools and a Stanford supporter over the past 62 years, died in her home on March 15, surrounded by her family. Known as "Setsu," she was 95.

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