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Patricia Prindle

Jul 06, 1926 - Jun 15, 2023

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Alameda, CA

Patricia Marie Prindle passed peacefully through the veil into life with her beloved husband and many family members and to see her Savior, Jesus Christ on the morning of June 15, 2023. Patricia Marie Barker Prindle was born July 6, 1926 in Alameda, California to John Carroll Barker and Lelah Emaline Robertson Barker. She joined her older sister, Jeanne Inez Barker. Shortly, after being born, the family returned to Portland, OR. They again went to California for the weather to help with father's...Read More

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Lisa Marie Kibbee Reichert

Jul 22, 1961 - Feb 11, 2024

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Alameda, CA

Lisa Marie Kibbee Reichert passed away peacefully on February 11, 2024 at her Alameda, California home in the loving presence of family and friends. She was born in 1961 to Catherine and Gary Kibbee in Kansas City, Kansas and spent part of her early childhood in West Lafayette, Indiana before settling with her family in Los Alamitos, California. Lisa attended Los Alamitos High School and then the University of California, Riverside where she graduated with a B.S. degree in Biochemistry and was a member of the Kappa Alpha Theta sorority. She met Dennis Reichert at Riverside in 1979 and, after a whirlwind seven-year courtship, they married on October 11, 1986. Together, they had two children, Annalise and Keith, and made a wonderful life in Alameda in their awesome Burbank-Portola neighborhood. Lisa had a lifelong passion for science and built a distinguished 33-year career in biotechnology equipment sales. She traveled extensively for her work in the United States, Europe, South America, and the Cold War-era Soviet Union. Lisa was renowned as a “closer” – she once made a sale despite a machine catching fire during a demo at a prospective customer’s lab. Not surprisingly, she earned multiple Inner Circle awards for outstanding sales achievement. Lisa was quite active at both St. Joseph Basilica parish and St. Joseph Elementary School, which her children attended from kindergarten through eighth grade. She was a Girl Scout troop co-leader, Cub Scout troop co-leader, and helped coach Annalise’s undefeated and three-time Oakland Diocese champion school volleyball team. Lisa also served a term as PTG president at St. Joseph Elementary and taught CLW classes for St. Joseph Basilica. Lisa was passionate about giving back to the community and regularly volunteered for Alameda Meals on Wheels and the Midway Shelter of Alameda. She was an avid hiker, gardener, and traveler and inspired similar interests in her children. An ardent supporter of the San Francisco Giants, Lisa collected many bobbleheads and other Giants memorabilia that she held dear. Lisa is survived by her husband Dennis, children Annalise and Keith, parents Gary and Catherine, brother Russell Kibbee, niece Ava Kibbee, and numerous aunts, uncles and cousins. Family and friends are invited to attend the Vigil Service on Monday, February 26th at 5:00 p.m. at Greer Family Mortuary and Cremation Services, 2694 Blanding Ave., Alameda and the Memorial Mass on Tuesday, February 27th at 11:00 a.m. at St. Joseph Basilica, 1109 Chestnut St., Alameda, with a luncheon reception to be held immediately afterward at Pier 29 Restaurant, 1148 Ballena Blvd., Alameda. In lieu of flowers or food, the family asks that you consider a donation in Lisa’s memory to one of the following organizations: ·East Bay Regional Parks Foundation: ·Hospice of The East Bay: ·Alameda Meals on Wheels: ·Midway Shelter of Alameda: To watch the live stream of the Vigil Service on Monday, February 26th please click on the link below: To plant a beautiful memorial tree in memory of Lisa Marie Kibbee Reichert, please visit our

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Lisa Marie Kibbee Reichert

Jul 22, 1961 - Feb 11, 2024

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Alameda, CA

Lisa Marie Kibbee Reichert passed away peacefully on February 11, 2024 at her Alameda, California home in the loving presence of family and friends. She was born in 1961 to Catherine and Gary Kibbee in Kansas City, Kansas and spent part of her early childhood in West Lafayette, Indiana before settling with her family in Los Alamitos, California. Lisa attended Los Alamitos High School and then the University of California, Riverside where she graduated with a B.S. degree in Biochemistry and was a member of the Kappa Alpha Theta sorority. She met Dennis Reichert at Riverside in 1979 and, after a whirlwind seven-year courtship, they married on October 11, 1986. Together, they had two children, Annalise and Keith, and made a wonderful life in Alameda in their awesome Burbank-Portola neighborhood. Lisa had a lifelong passion for science and built a distinguished 33-year career in biotechnology equipment sales. She traveled extensively for her work in the United States, Europe, South America, and the Cold War-era Soviet Union. Lisa was renowned as a “closer” – she once made a sale despite a machine catching fire during a demo at a prospective customer’s lab. Not surprisingly, she earned multiple Inner Circle awards for outstanding sales achievement. Lisa was quite active at both St. Joseph Basilica parish and St. Joseph Elementary School, which her children attended from kindergarten through eighth grade. She was a Girl Scout troop co-leader, Cub Scout troop co-leader, and helped coach Annalise’s undefeated and three-time Oakland Diocese champion school volleyball team. Lisa also served a term as PTG president at St. Joseph Elementary and taught CLW classes for St. Joseph Basilica. Lisa was passionate about giving back to the community and regularly volunteered for Alameda Meals on Wheels and the Midway Shelter of Alameda. She was an avid hiker, gardener, and traveler and inspired similar interests in her children. An ardent supporter of the San Francisco Giants, Lisa collected many bobbleheads and other Giants memorabilia that she held dear. Lisa is survived by her husband Dennis, children Annalise and Keith, parents Gary and Catherine, brother Russell Kibbee, niece Ava Kibbee, and numerous aunts, uncles and cousins. Family and friends are invited to attend the Vigil Service on Monday, February 26th at 5:00 p.m. at Greer Family Mortuary and Cremation Services, 2694 Blanding Ave., Alameda and the Memorial Mass on Tuesday, February 27th at 11:00 a.m. at St. Joseph Basilica, 1109 Chestnut St., Alameda, with a luncheon reception to be held immediately afterward at Pier 29 Restaurant, 1148 Ballena Blvd., Alameda. In lieu of flowers or food, the family asks that you consider a donation in Lisa’s memory to one of the following organizations: ·East Bay Regional Parks Foundation: ·Hospice of The East Bay: ·Alameda Meals on Wheels: ·Midway Shelter of Alameda: To watch the live stream of the Vigil Service on Monday, February 26th please click on the link below: To plant a beautiful memorial tree in memory of Lisa Marie Kibbee Reichert, please visit our

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John J. Jesmont Jr.

Jul 20, 1955 - Feb 01, 2024

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Alameda, CA

John J. Jesmont Jr., age 68, peacefully passed away and joined his parents and grandparents in Heaven on February 1, 2024. He valiantly battled numerous chronic illnesses for years. John was born in Yonkers, New York on July 20,1955. He spent many years in Pennsylvania and California. He spent his final years in a wonderful care facility in Alameda, California where he enjoyed his favorite TV shows and activities. John loved watching sports on TV, especially the Lakers, NY Yankees, and NY Giants. He also had a love of antique shows. John was a great high school basketball player and wonderful guitarist/musician, and will be remembered for his passion for these two great talents. Anyone who knew John knew he was always humble about his talents and accomplishments. Truly admirable. John is pre-deceased by his parents, Anne and John Jesmont Sr. He is survived by his three siblings Georgianne Bryant (Placentia, CA), Ralph Jesmont (Folsom, CA), and Camille Jesmont (Sun City West, AZ), and several nieces and nephews. “Johnny” , your siblings have fond memories of all the fun times together in our “younger years”. Your parents also loved you dearly. We love you John and will miss you, until we all meet again in God’s Kingdom.

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John J. Jesmont Jr.

Jul 20, 1955 - Feb 01, 2024

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Alameda, CA

John J. Jesmont Jr., age 68, peacefully passed away and joined his parents and grandparents in Heaven on February 1, 2024. He valiantly battled numerous chronic illnesses for years. John was born in Yonkers, New York on July 20,1955. He spent many years in Pennsylvania and California. He spent his final years in a wonderful care facility in Alameda, California where he enjoyed his favorite TV shows and activities. John loved watching sports on TV, especially the Lakers, NY Yankees, and NY Giants. He also had a love of antique shows. John was a great high school basketball player and wonderful guitarist/musician, and will be remembered for his passion for these two great talents. Anyone who knew John knew he was always humble about his talents and accomplishments. Truly admirable. John is pre-deceased by his parents, Anne and John Jesmont Sr. He is survived by his three siblings Georgianne Bryant (Placentia, CA), Ralph Jesmont (Folsom, CA), and Camille Jesmont (Sun City West, AZ), and several nieces and nephews. “Johnny” , your siblings have fond memories of all the fun times together in our “younger years”. Your parents also loved you dearly. We love you John and will miss you, until we all meet again in God’s Kingdom.

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Rudolfo Esmeralda Herras

Feb 05, 1950 - Jan 29, 2024

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Alameda, CA

"It is with great sadness that we regret to announce the passing of Rudolfo Esmeralda Herras, resident of Alameda, CA. Rudolfo Herras was born in the Philippines on February 5, 1950. He passed away on January 29, 2024 in California at the age of 73. We ask that you please keep his family in your thoughts and prayers during this difficult time."

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Patrick

Sep 11, 1980 - Feb 01, 2024

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Alameda, CA

The family is extremely appreciative of the tremendous outpouring of support from the community during this difficult time. If you wish to pay your respects and honor Patrick, please join us at a Memorial Service on February 17, 2024 at 11:00 a.m. held at the USS Hornet. This memorial service is open to the public. No public livestream will be available. Media will not be allowed inside the venue.

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Patrick

Sep 11, 1980 - Feb 01, 2024

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Alameda, CA

The family is extremely appreciative of the tremendous outpouring of support from the community during this difficult time. If you wish to pay your respects and honor Patrick, please join us at a Memorial Service on February 17, 2024 at 11:00 a.m. held at the USS Hornet. This memorial service is open to the public. No public livestream will be available. Media will not be allowed inside the venue.

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Lonnie Moy Walker

Mar 01, 1941 - Jan 13, 2024

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Alameda, CA

Lonnie Moy Walker March 1, 1941 to January 13, 2024 Lonnie Moy Walker passed away peacefully on January 13, 2024 from cancer. She was born in San Francisco, California and attended Jean Parker Elementary School. Her father, Frank Moy (d. 1977), worked at the shipyard and Reno casinos, and her mother, Yet Oy May Ng (d. 2017), was a seamstress. Lonnie had four siblings, Evelyn (Gabby), Faye (d. 2017; Carl), David (May), and Vicky (Dan). Lonnie often helped to babysit and cook for her siblings. In 1951, the Moy family moved to Oakland and Lonnie attended Garfield Elementary, Roosevelt Junior High, and Oakland High School. After high school, Lonnie had three children from her first marriage: Blake (Tracy), Taylor, and Karna (Maximiliano). Lonnie was a devoted mother with many creative talents, including sewing, knitting, and collecting dolls and antiques. Lonnie graduated from California State University, Hayward with an undergraduate degree in early childhood development in 1982 and a Master of Science in Education in 1989. Lonnie started her career at U.C. Berkeley Childcare Center. In 1989, she was hired as a teacher at Woodstock Child Development Center and was promoted to Director in 2001. Lonnie was known as a dedicated educator who advocated for quality childcare for the diverse, multicultural families of Alameda. Lonnie retired in 2003 and picked up new hobbies at Alameda’s Mastick Senior Center, such as line dancing and jewelry making. After dating for over a decade, Lonnie married Monte Carlo Walker (d. 2014) in 1999. They lived in Alameda with their dogs, Bruno and Little. On the weekends, they enjoyed spending time with Monte’s boating and duck-hunting friends. Lonnie’s greatest source of pride was being grandma to Blake and Tracy’s children, Alyssa and Brent. Lonnie babysat her grandkids weekly, attended their school and extracurricular events, and documented their entire childhood through photos. When Lonnie’s grandchildren were older, she adopted granddog, Astor, to spoil. Lonnie was beloved by her many nieces, nephews, cousins, neighbors, friends, caregivers, and partner Joe Cunha and his dog Cookie. Lonnie had many long-time friends, and she had luncheons, attended craft shows, and traveled with them over the years. Lonnie was kind, caring, and generous. Every time Lonnie walked into a room, you could feel her joy and warmth. Her smile, positive way of looking at things, and fun-loving attitude will be missed and remembered forever. She had a great sense of humor and always made the time to share some chocolates and dessert with you.

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Lonnie Moy Walker

Mar 01, 1941 - Jan 13, 2024

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Alameda, CA

Lonnie Moy Walker March 1, 1941 to January 13, 2024 Lonnie Moy Walker passed away peacefully on January 13, 2024 from cancer. She was born in San Francisco, California and attended Jean Parker Elementary School. Her father, Frank Moy (d. 1977), worked at the shipyard and Reno casinos, and her mother, Yet Oy May Ng (d. 2017), was a seamstress. Lonnie had four siblings, Evelyn (Gabby), Faye (d. 2017; Carl), David (May), and Vicky (Dan). Lonnie often helped to babysit and cook for her siblings. In 1951, the Moy family moved to Oakland and Lonnie attended Garfield Elementary, Roosevelt Junior High, and Oakland High School. After high school, Lonnie had three children from her first marriage: Blake (Tracy), Taylor, and Karna (Maximiliano). Lonnie was a devoted mother with many creative talents, including sewing, knitting, and collecting dolls and antiques. Lonnie graduated from California State University, Hayward with an undergraduate degree in early childhood development in 1982 and a Master of Science in Education in 1989. Lonnie started her career at U.C. Berkeley Childcare Center. In 1989, she was hired as a teacher at Woodstock Child Development Center and was promoted to Director in 2001. Lonnie was known as a dedicated educator who advocated for quality childcare for the diverse, multicultural families of Alameda. Lonnie retired in 2003 and picked up new hobbies at Alameda’s Mastick Senior Center, such as line dancing and jewelry making. After dating for over a decade, Lonnie married Monte Carlo Walker (d. 2014) in 1999. They lived in Alameda with their dogs, Bruno and Little. On the weekends, they enjoyed spending time with Monte’s boating and duck-hunting friends. Lonnie’s greatest source of pride was being grandma to Blake and Tracy’s children, Alyssa and Brent. Lonnie babysat her grandkids weekly, attended their school and extracurricular events, and documented their entire childhood through photos. When Lonnie’s grandchildren were older, she adopted granddog, Astor, to spoil. Lonnie was beloved by her many nieces, nephews, cousins, neighbors, friends, caregivers, and partner Joe Cunha and his dog Cookie. Lonnie had many long-time friends, and she had luncheons, attended craft shows, and traveled with them over the years. Lonnie was kind, caring, and generous. Every time Lonnie walked into a room, you could feel her joy and warmth. Her smile, positive way of looking at things, and fun-loving attitude will be missed and remembered forever. She had a great sense of humor and always made the time to share some chocolates and dessert with you.

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Mark Kevin Landreth

Nov 01, 1960 - Jan 29, 2024

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Alameda, CA

Mark Kevin Landreth, 63, passed away on Monday January 29th, 2024 at home in Alameda, surrounded by his wife and daughters. Mark was born in Castro Valley and raised for the remainder of his life in Alameda, California. He was the first born child of the late Franklin and Patsy Landreth. Mark graduated from Alameda High School, and went on to work as a store manager at Smith’s Clothiers and later as a dealer relations manager in the auto industry for over 30 years, where his outgoing personality and sense of humor served him well and helped in achieving nation wide success. Mark had a life long love of music and played drums throughout his entire life in various bands. For the last several years he played at both Bay Farm Church and was a regular member of the band at the Alameda Theatre, where he sometimes hosted events like Alameda’s Got Talent. Mark was a natural born entertainer who could hold the attention of a crowd with his unforgettable charm and wit. He also had a life long love of dancing starting when he was a little boy performing in tap dance recitals and the nutcracker. Mark had a great sense of rhythm and shared his passion for dancing with his daughters, notably busting a move any time he heard a song with a beat. Mark enjoyed traveling to Hawaii, taking trips to Lake Tahoe and Disneyland, frequenting the Alameda Theatre to screen any new movie, and playing tennis and golf with his family. A day never went by when Mark didn’t beam with pride over his children’s (Kaitlin, Kendyl, & Marcus) achievements, and he was beyond happy that he got to experience being “Grandpa Mark” to Miles. Mark leaves to cherish his memory his loving wife Cheryl, daughters Kaitlin and Kendyl, step son Marcus(Annalyn)Apodaca, brother Steve(Kim) Landreth & niece Jennifer Landreth. A Celebration of Mark's Life will be held on February 16th at 10:00 AM at the Alameda Theater with a brunch to follow. To to the family or in memory of Mark Landreth, please

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