Listed in alphabetical order, here are some recent death notices of people connected to Cupertino.
Formally of Penns Grove, NJ passed away peacefully on Sept. 19, 2012 in Cupertino.
Daughter of Matilda (nee Benner) and Henry Sealy Wrigley of Phila. PA., was preceded in death by her late husband Robert A. Agnew Sr. and son Christopher J. Agnew.
Surviving Robert A. Agnew Jr. of Carneys Point, NJ, Edward J. Agnew Sr. of Buena Vista Township, NJ and Kathleen M. Agnew of Cupertino, nine grandchildren and seven great grandchildren Mrs. Agnew was a long time member of St. James Church, Penns Grove Rescue Squad, Moose and the Penns Grove Republican Club.
A graveside service will be held at Salem County War Memorial Park, at 11 a.m. Mon. Nov, 19, 2012.
Resident of San Carlos.
Joseph Paul Kimble, former police chief of San Carlos and Beverly Hills, died in his home on Oct. 20. He was 86. Joe was the loving husband of Marilyn. They celebrated their 61st anniversary this year. He is also survived by daughters Kerry Kimble (David Schumacher) and Kim Aguayo (Pete Aguayo); grandchildren Genevieve Goings, Lori Aguayo Ball and P.J. Aguayo; and three great grandchildren, Haley, Brooke and Shannon.
After the war, Joe moved to South San Francisco, where he joined the local police department. He soon after joined the San Mateo County Sheriff's Department, where he rose to the rank of Captain. Joe later was hired as San Carlos Police Chief. He left San Carlos to take the position of Beverly Hills Police Chief.
After Beverly Hills, the State University of New York at Stony Brook hired Joe as Director of Campus Police. During his time at Stony Brook, he earned a Master's Degree in Criminal Justice. Joe left Stony Brook to become University of Houston's Director of Police. Joe later moved back to California, finishing his career as Manager of Campus Security at De Anza College in Cupertino. He retired in 1984.
Joe also loved travel and traveled extensively in 50 countries. His travel presentations were popular. In 1993 he founded the S.C.U.M club (San Carlans Using Macintosh).
A celebration of his life is planned at the San Carlos Adult Center, 601 Chestnut St., San Carlos, Dec. 8 from noon to 3 p.m.
June 15, 1990 - Oct. 26, 2012
Resident of Santa Clara
Anna Isabella Sandoval died Oct. 26, 2012, at Santa Clara Valley Medical Center after suffering a severe asthma attack two nights earlier. She was 22.
Anna was a sweet, compassionate young woman and talented artist who cared about the environment and loved all kinds of animals. Her eyes twinkled as she smiled and her laugh was infectious.
She taught dozens of children how to swim and was a coach at the Santa Clara International Swim Center for several years.
Anna was born June 15, 1990, and graduated from Santa Clara High School in 2008. She had been taking classes at De Anza College in Cupertino, and worked as a sales clerk for a Le Boulanger bakery and cafe in San Jose.
She is survived by her parents, Elizabeth Sandoval and Peter Kane; her brother Paul Kane; grandparents Joyce Kane and Robert and Maricela Sandoval; and several aunts, uncles and cousins.
Visitation is 2 to 9 p.m. Tuesday at the Lima Family Santa Clara Mortuary, 466 N. Winchester Blvd., Santa Clara. A funeral service will take place at 7 p.m. Tuesday at the mortuary. The graveside service is 12 p.m. Wednesday at the Santa Clara Mission Cemetery, 490 Lincoln St. A Catholic memorial Mass will be held 2 p.m. Thursday at St. Justin's Catholic Church, 2655 Homestead Rd.
Contributions can be made in Anna's name to the Humane Society Silicon Valley, 901 Ames Ave., Milpitas, CA.
Larry died Saturday night Oct. 13, 2012, at the San Diego Hospice. He had undergone treatment at Scripps for cancer since his diagnosis two years ago.
Larry was born to Forrest Fred Starr and Rose Inez (Lewis) Starr June 16, 1945, in Columbus, Ohio. He graduated from Cupertino High School in June 1963.
He served in the U.S. Marines 1965-1967. He retired from UCSD on June 30, 2005, after 30 years employment.
Larry lived in La Jolla, CA, for 30 years where he had many close friends and associates and was well known in the community of La Jolla. During his lifetime, Larry was known to enjoy a good time with friends dispensing wit and knowledge from the many books and films he enjoyed reading and watching. Even during his time of illness, many in the community came together to help him get transported from treatment centers and to help with moral support. Their work and efforts are greatly appreciated by his family.
Larry is survived by his sister, Sharlan Starr. His parents predeceased him. His marriage to Charlene Chuck Walrad ended in divorce.
He donated two corneas to the Eye Bank and his trumpet to the music school at UCSD. He leaves many happy memories to his friends in La Jolla, a place he loved to call his home.
A memorial was held at The Spot on Oct. 24, and a burial of his ashes will take place at a later date at Fort Rosecrans National Cemetery in San Diego, CA.
Published in La Jolla Light on Oct. 25, 2012.