Theodore Clarence Carlstrom
, 90, an attorney and longtime Palo Alto resident who served in the U.S. Army and clerked for a state Supreme Court justice, on May 12; Jacob Pierce
, 40, a vintner and alum of King's Academy and University of California at Santa Barbara who co-founded a technology start-up, on May 19; Elizabeth Jeanne Doyle
, 98, a Los Gatos resident who graduated from Mills College but had attended Stanford University and served as majorette in the Stanford Band, on May 6; Joan Hancock
, 91, a longtime Palo Alto resident and artist who painted the Country Sun mural and opened Blue Skies Studio in the 1980s, on May 14; Tze Leung Lai
, 77, a professor of statistics at Columbia and Stanford universities who grew up in postwar Hong Kong, founded the Financial and Risk Managing Institute in 2012 and was a longtime member of Mountain View Chinese Christian Church, on May 21; Charles O. Probst
(previously named Reese J. Probst), 34, born in Mountain View and who grew up in Palo Alto, graduated from Gunn High School and worked as a nursing assistant at Stanford Hospital and later as a pharmacy technician in Mountain View and Palo Alto, on May 19; Robert Campbell McGibben Jr.
, 86, a former Menlo Park Fire Protection District board member, a third-generation San Franciscan who spent his youth in Menlo Park with his grandfather, served in the U.S. Army, worked as a DJ in Reno, graduated from The New York Institute of Finance and launched Robert McGibben, Inc. at the Pacific Stock Exchange, on May 7; and Dorothea Emily Collins
, 90, born in Boston, a longtime teacher and librarian in the Menlo Park City School District who graduated from Regis College and had a teaching career that lasted over 35 years, much of it at Encinal School in Atherton, on April 25.
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