Pacificans (those who have gone before us)
Azevedo, Lydia (1929-2011)
She lived her belief: "Do real good for the world."
Azevedo, Paul (1931-2004)
This Pacifica Tribune columnist was a born writer.
Born in Bexleyheath, England, this WWII member of the RAF moved to Pacifica in 1957.
Baldwin, Karl (1921-2019)
A smart, caring man, he was Pacifica's first city manager. Link here to an interview I did with Karl in 2017.
Chrysler, Medford (1947-1967)
Med loved to dance. He also loved to play basketball. He went to Vietnam as a Marine.
Drake, Bill (1921-2012)
For three decades, he was the Pacifica Tribune.
California archaeologist was rooted in Pacifica history.
Pacifica open space trailblazer believed you can fight City Hall.
Fassler, Jean (1919-2018)
Dedicated to her family and her community, she was Pacifica's first mayor.
Declared dead, this Vietnam veteran lived.
Dedicated artist, teacher and peace advocate.
Howell, Peggy (1928-2019)
She lived her life with joy and a cup of coffee
Farewell to this bright light of Pacifica. This interview with Helen is from January of 2018.
This extraordinary teacher inspired a middle school's name.
Omaha, Nebraska-raised, this retired U.S. postal worker loved to learn.
He gave Pacifica its National Landmark site.
Pacifica named a vista point after this former mayor.
He is described by friends and family as fun, cool and a jokester.
Grand and full of art, she had a heart as big as Texas.
A Green Beret, John had hoped to find out
what happened to his big brother Peter.
The eldest of the Premenko's three sons, Peter entered the Coast Guard during the Vietnam War.
Siebert, Bob (1907-1993)
This early and longtime Pacifica elementary school teacher was a Pacifica pioneer.