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Community Pulse - November 11, 2022


A list of local residents who died recently:

Robert "Bob" Montez, 86, a longtime resident of Palo Alto who served in the US Marines and worked as a Palo Alto police officer, died on Oct. 31; Corinne Monahan, 89, a former resident of Palo Alto who taught a cooking class at Friedman's Microwave Ovens in Town & Country Village, died on Oct. 25; Patrick Daniel Farris, 80, a longtime resident of Palo Alto who was known for his work with Kiwanis International, died on Oct. 25; Akira Glenn Kameda, 87, a longtime resident of Palo Alto who was active at the Palo Alto Buddhist Temple and in the Buddhist Churches of America organization based in San Francisco, died on Oct. 24; Nancy Elizabeth Valentine, 91, a resident of Portola Valley who taught first grade and ESL classes, died on Oct. 19; and Ann Matthews, 86, a longtime resident of Portola Valley who taught at Trinity School at St. Bede's Episcopal Church, died on Sept. 3.

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