His interviews of celebrities and politicians like Ed Koch, Arnold Schwarzenegger and Roy Cohn made history.
Vivian’s vibrant and upbeat personality, energy and sense of humor resulted in a great number of life-long friendships.
Mitchell, 17, was killed in an Oakland shooting last month. He is remembered as a budding scientist, loyal friend and source of positivity.
Ross lived his 20 years with a love and intensity that enlivened and brightened the lives of everyone he met.
Crider, a longtime resident of the Harriet Tubman Terrace Apartments, died at 82.
Larson graduated from UC Berkeley and enjoyed music, power soccer and spending time in nature with friends and family.
Walton’s Berkeley consulting firm, Multi-Ethnic Associates, developed a host of innovative multicultural educational programs.
Valoma was a world traveler, visual artist and cultural well-spring. She died at 91.
Segal, who spent years caring for women with cancer, died April 14 at 75.
Manuel, who revitalized the school’s volleyball program and turned its players into a family, died April 22.
He was instrumental in helping get the Ed Roberts Campus built.
He drew weekly with a group of friends and most days found time to work on his paintings and sculptures.