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News - November 10, 2023

Obituaries for Nov. 10

by Embarcadero Media staff

Local residents who have died recently include:

Dr. John Borghi, 86, a resident of Los Altos who was a psychologist and proud forensic examiner for the Superior Court of California, die-hard fan of the 49ers, Giants and Sharks and also an opera aficionado and lover of fine foods who possessed a wicked sense of humor, on Oct. 18.

Donald Max Garz, 84, a former Palo Alto resident who worked in construction, as an ABS technician, and retired from AT&T as an engineering supervisor, who took special pride in his cabinet making, enjoyed ocean fishing and traveling, and hosted special occasions for family and friends, on Oct. 22.

Bailey L. Merman, 61, a former Palo Alto resident and the adopted child of Marion and Harry Lewenstein, who built a landscape design business with husband Marc Merman, and who was a lifelong artist known for, among other works, complex Celtic drawings and large outdoor murals, on Oct. 12.

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