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Arthur J Sullivan and CO Funeral Home

2254 Market Street
San Francisco, CA 94114
(415) 621-4567
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Ashley and McMullen Wing Sun Succo Cthy Mrtry WH SNG

4200 Geary Boulevard
San Francisco, CA 94118
(415) 751-8403
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Bayview Mortuary

5187 3rd Street
San Francisco, CA 94124
(415) 822-2820
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Cathay Mortuary Wah Sang Inc

4200 Geary Boulevard
San Francisco, CA 94118
(415) 751-8403
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Chapel of the Avenues

1266 9th Avenue
San Francisco, CA 94122
(415) 731-0200
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China Basin Charter

1129 Folsom Street
San Francisco, CA 94103
(415) 861-2165
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College Chapel Mortuary

3434 17th Street
San Francisco, CA 94110
(415) 824-1313
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Driscoll's Valencia Street Serra Mortuary

1465 Valencia Street
San Francisco, CA 94110
(415) 970-8801
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Duggan's Funeral Service the Duggan Welch Family

3434 17th Street
San Francisco, CA 94110
(415) 431-4900
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Funerals by Washington Mortuary

1641 La Salle Avenue
San Francisco, CA 94124
(415) 648-4585
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Green Street Mortuary

649 Green Street
San Francisco, CA 94133
(415) 433-5692
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Dudley Ray (06-15-17) - Main Street Newspapers

Monday, June 19, 2017

JoAnn Dorminey Ray, Braselton; daughter, Lisa Jardine Cyrus and her husband Stratton Cyrus, Austin, Texas; son, Dudley C. Ray, Jr. (aka Chip), Gainesville; granddaughters, Whitney Fulton Jardine, San Francisco, Calif., Suzannah Harrington Ray, New York City, and Stephanie Victoria Ray, Gainesville.Visitation will be on Tuesday, June 20, from 6 to 9 p.m. at Sims Funeral Home in Douglas, Ga. Funeral services will be held on Wednesday, June 21, at 2 p.m. in the chapel at Sims Funeral Home. Burial to follow in the Douglas Cemetery. The family will host a celebration of Dudley’s life at the Legends Clubhouse at Chateau Elan on Thursday, June 22, from 4 to 7 p.m. in Braselton. The family would like to thank the caregivers who made the latter part of Dudley’s life more comfortable. Memorial gifts may be made to Hospice of Northeast Georgia, 2150 Limestone Pkwy., Suite 222, Gainesville, GA 30501, The University of Georgia, The Georgia Fund, gifts@uga.edu, or Chestnut Mountain Presbyterian Church, 4903 Chestnut Mountain Circle, Flowery Branch, GA 30542.Sims Funeral Home, Douglas, Ga. is in charge of arrangements.

May 29-30: Presidio Memorial Day Commemoration, Cypress Lawn Service, American history walking tour ... - San Francisco Examiner

Saturday, June 10, 2017

PianoFight, 144 Taylor St., S.F.]TUESDAY, MAY 30Kristine Poggioli, Carolyn Eidson: The authors of “Walking San Francisco’s 49 Mile Scenic Drive” — who did it over a year — speak about their journey and their book in a San Francisco History Association presentation. [7:30 p.m., St. Philip’s Catholic Church, 725 Diamond St., S.F.]Nancy Pelosi: The House Democratic leader appears in a Commonwealth Club-presented conversation on “The State of America” with Scott Shafer, senior editor, California politics and government desk at KQED. [Noon, Mark Hopkins Hotel, Peacock Court, 1 Nob Hill Circle, S.F.]Igor Josifov: The performance artist who works with fire closes his month long installation, “Continuum.” [6 p.m., InSpace Curatorial Pop Up , 218 Fillmore St., S.F.]Dr. Robert Pearl: The Kaiser Permanente medical chief, author of “Mistreated: Why We Think We’re Getting Good Health Care–And Why We’re Usually Wrong” speaks on “getting the mistakes out of health care. [6:30 p.m., Commonwealth Club, 555 Post St., S.F.]Louis Katz: The comedic, who mixes high- and low-brow material, says on his website, “Louis Katz is your mother’s favorite comedian.” [8 p.m., Punch Line, 444 Battery St., S.F.]Amy Goldstein: The Washington Post writer’s book “Janesville: An American Story,” is an account of the fallout from the closing of a General Motors’ assembly plant in Wisconsin; she appears in conversation with UC Berkeley sociology professor Arlie Russell, author of “Strangers in Their Own Land.” [7 p.m., Green Apple Books, 506 Clement St., S.F.]The Moth-True Stories Told Love: Participants in the program tell five-minute tales on the topic of “cosmic justice.” [6 to 9 p.m., Public Works, 161 Erie St., S.F.]Click here or scroll down to comment-- Place your ad hereLoading... (function(){ var D=new Date(),d=document,b='body',ce='createElement',ac='appendChild',st='style',ds='display',n='none',gi='getElementById'; var i=d[ce]('iframe');i[st][ds]=n;d[gi]("MarketGidScriptRootC52455")[ac](i);try{var iw=i.contentWindow.document;iw.open();iw.writeln("");iw.close();var c=iw[b];} catch(e){var iw=d;var c=d[gi]("MarketGidScriptRootC52455");}var dv=iw[ce]('div');dv.id="MG_ID";dv[st][ds]=n;dv.innerHTML=52455;c[ac](dv); var s=iw[ce]('script');s.async='async';s.defer='defer';s.charset='utf-8';s.src="//jsc.mgid.com/s/f/sfexaminer.com.52455.js?t="+D.getYear()+D.getMonth()+D.getDate()+D.getHours();c[ac](s);})(); -- In Other News -- ...

Ancient Chinese ritual comes to Oakland's Chapel of the Chimes - East Bay Times

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

China, in which people honor and celebrate their deceased ancestors.The lion dancers, accompanying firecrackers, drumming and cymbals arrived in a van full of students from the San Francisco chapter of the international Yau Kung Moon martial arts organization, including several visitors from Australia.“We’re Taoists, but Buddhism was and is a major part of Chinese culture. The lion is symbolic of bowing to deities. This is a celebration time to bring in the spirits and send good luck to the dead and celebrate with them. This is a big deal,” said the group’s leader, Norman Lau.The firecrackers are about scaring away evil spirits, he said.Five representatives of the Telegraph Avenue Minh Yueh Jiu Shyh Buddhist Temple had assembled two altars at Chapel of the Chimes, and blessed them with chanting, readings and music softly played on a small drum, wooden percussion instruments, bells, bowls and a small gong.The five, Chinese immigrants, arranged offerings of incense, apples, water, oranges, buns, mushrooms and other food, including tofu renderings of shrimp and other seafood dishes, on the altars as a type of “sutra,” Hoang Truong said.Ching Ming ceremonies traditionally coincide with spring planting, set at the 106th day after winter solstice, and at harvest time in the fall. So there will be another Ching Ming ceremony in September.“Growing up in Western society, we lose our connection. This gives us a way to connect with our...

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Dudley Ray (06-15-17) - Main Street Newspapers

Monday, June 19, 2017

JoAnn Dorminey Ray, Braselton; daughter, Lisa Jardine Cyrus and her husband Stratton Cyrus, Austin, Texas; son, Dudley C. Ray, Jr. (aka Chip), Gainesville; granddaughters, Whitney Fulton Jardine, San Francisco, Calif., Suzannah Harrington Ray, New York City, and Stephanie Victoria Ray, Gainesville.Visitation will be on Tuesday, June 20, from 6 to 9 p.m. at Sims Funeral Home in Douglas, Ga. Funeral services will be held on Wednesday, June 21, at 2 p.m. in the chapel at Sims Funeral Home. Burial to follow in the Douglas Cemetery. The family will host a celebration of Dudley’s life at the Legends Clubhouse at Chateau Elan on Thursday, June 22, from 4 to 7 p.m. in Braselton. The family would like to thank the caregivers who made the latter part of Dudley’s life more comfortable. Memorial gifts may be made to Hospice of Northeast Georgia, 2150 Limestone Pkwy., Suite 222, Gainesville, GA 30501, The University of Georgia, The Georgia Fund, gifts@uga.edu, or Chestnut Mountain Presbyterian Church, 4903 Chestnut Mountain Circle, Flowery Branch, GA 30542.Sims Funeral Home, Douglas, Ga. is in charge of arrangements.

May 29-30: Presidio Memorial Day Commemoration, Cypress Lawn Service, American history walking tour ... - San Francisco Examiner

Saturday, June 10, 2017

PianoFight, 144 Taylor St., S.F.]TUESDAY, MAY 30Kristine Poggioli, Carolyn Eidson: The authors of “Walking San Francisco’s 49 Mile Scenic Drive” — who did it over a year — speak about their journey and their book in a San Francisco History Association presentation. [7:30 p.m., St. Philip’s Catholic Church, 725 Diamond St., S.F.]Nancy Pelosi: The House Democratic leader appears in a Commonwealth Club-presented conversation on “The State of America” with Scott Shafer, senior editor, California politics and government desk at KQED. [Noon, Mark Hopkins Hotel, Peacock Court, 1 Nob Hill Circle, S.F.]Igor Josifov: The performance artist who works with fire closes his month long installation, “Continuum.” [6 p.m., InSpace Curatorial Pop Up , 218 Fillmore St., S.F.]Dr. Robert Pearl: The Kaiser Permanente medical chief, author of “Mistreated: Why We Think We’re Getting Good Health Care–And Why We’re Usually Wrong” speaks on “getting the mistakes out of health care. [6:30 p.m., Commonwealth Club, 555 Post St., S.F.]Louis Katz: The comedic, who mixes high- and low-brow material, says on his website, “Louis Katz is your mother’s favorite comedian.” [8 p.m., Punch Line, 444 Battery St., S.F.]Amy Goldstein: The Washington Post writer’s book “Janesville: An American Story,” is an account of the fallout from the closing of a General Motors’ assembly plant in Wisconsin; she appears in conversation with UC Berkeley sociology professor Arlie Russell, author of “Strangers in Their Own Land.” [7 p.m., Green Apple Books, 506 Clement St., S.F.]The Moth-True Stories Told Love: Participants in the program tell five-minute tales on the topic of “cosmic justice.” [6 to 9 p.m., Public Works, 161 Erie St., S.F.]Click here or scroll down to comment-- Place your ad hereLoading... (function(){ var D=new Date(),d=document,b='body',ce='createElement',ac='appendChild',st='style',ds='display',n='none',gi='getElementById'; var i=d[ce]('iframe');i[st][ds]=n;d[gi]("MarketGidScriptRootC52455")[ac](i);try{var iw=i.contentWindow.document;iw.open();iw.writeln("");iw.close();var c=iw[b];} catch(e){var iw=d;var c=d[gi]("MarketGidScriptRootC52455");}var dv=iw[ce]('div');dv.id="MG_ID";dv[st][ds]=n;dv.innerHTML=52455;c[ac](dv); var s=iw[ce]('script');s.async='async';s.defer='defer';s.charset='utf-8';s.src="//jsc.mgid.com/s/f/sfexaminer.com.52455.js?t="+D.getYear()+D.getMonth()+D.getDate()+D.getHours();c[ac](s);})(); -- In Other News -- ...

Ancient Chinese ritual comes to Oakland's Chapel of the Chimes - East Bay Times

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

China, in which people honor and celebrate their deceased ancestors.The lion dancers, accompanying firecrackers, drumming and cymbals arrived in a van full of students from the San Francisco chapter of the international Yau Kung Moon martial arts organization, including several visitors from Australia.“We’re Taoists, but Buddhism was and is a major part of Chinese culture. The lion is symbolic of bowing to deities. This is a celebration time to bring in the spirits and send good luck to the dead and celebrate with them. This is a big deal,” said the group’s leader, Norman Lau.The firecrackers are about scaring away evil spirits, he said.Five representatives of the Telegraph Avenue Minh Yueh Jiu Shyh Buddhist Temple had assembled two altars at Chapel of the Chimes, and blessed them with chanting, readings and music softly played on a small drum, wooden percussion instruments, bells, bowls and a small gong.The five, Chinese immigrants, arranged offerings of incense, apples, water, oranges, buns, mushrooms and other food, including tofu renderings of shrimp and other seafood dishes, on the altars as a type of “sutra,” Hoang Truong said.Ching Ming ceremonies traditionally coincide with spring planting, set at the 106th day after winter solstice, and at harvest time in the fall. So there will be another Ching Ming ceremony in September.“Growing up in Western society, we lose our connection. This gives us a way to connect with our...