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Bay Area Funeral Society
270 Miller Avenue
Mill Valley , CA 94941
(415) 388-1573
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Cheda Leroy W Russell and Gooch Funeral Chapel
270 Miller Avenue
Mill Valley , CA 94941
(415) 388-1573
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Forever Fernwood Cemetery Funeral Home
301 Tennessee Valley Rd
Mill Valley , CA 94941
(415) 383-7100
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In memoriam: Ernest Bicknell II, newspaperman, mentor - Berkeleyside

Sun, Oct 2, 2011
Chronicle in 1952 again in advertising. During a short time in Los Angeles he worked for Budde Publications and the Hollywood Citizen News. Upon returning to the Bay Area, he sold advertising for the Mill Valley Record, the Hayward Daily Review, the Freemont News-Register and the Milpitas Post where he retired in 1979 at the age of 67. Retirement wasn’t in his vocabulary. He immediately became Head of Northern California Press for John Anderson’s presidential campaign. During the War on Poverty Campaign and the Peace Movement of the 1960s, Bick and his second wife Toni were introduced to the Berkeley Friends Meeting of Quakers by Martin “Marty” White, then Clerk, while he, Marty, was Director of the War on Poverty in Hayward. Bick participated in the famous war protest where protesters placed daisies in the rifle barrels of the National Guard and knew the person who brought the flowers. Later, Bick and his third wife Eda were instrumental in starting the Hayward Friends Meeting but also regularly attended the Berkeley Meeting. Quakerism appealed to Bick and built upon his foundation from the Boy Scouts, his view of Christianity, and experiences at Antioch College where the words of Horace Mann resonated strongly, “Be ashamed to die until you have won some victory for mankind.” A long-time Quaker, Bick was a man who was passionate about social justice and peace. He was a deeply thoughtful and caring man who was interested in all kinds of people, Bick helped many individuals who had lost their way, offering a non-judgmental presence and a ray of hope. He was an avid storyteller, a deep thinker and conversationalist, and was rarely without a twinkle in his eye and a pun rolling off his tongue. Well loved by the Berkeley Friend’s Quaker Meeting, Pacific Yearly Meeting, and Friends Committee on Legislation in Sacramento, he served as good listener, insightful mentor, instigator extraordinaire and eventually, as a wise elder. Bick and his beloved wife Eda met when they were both 58 years old. They were together for 32 years until she passed away in 2002 at the age of 90. During her lengthy illness, Bick read to her every afternoon from her favorite books and brought her fresh red roses from the lovely garden they had grown together. Bick loved: the outdoors, especially walking, aggressive driving, auctions and yard sales, collecting books, reading political histories and biographies, gardening, the current SF Giants, and spending as much time as he could with his family and friends. His long life was well lived. Married Eleanor “Ann Taylorson” Dixon June 6, 1936, Son: Ernest Paul Bicknell III, Daughter: Susan Bicknell Price. Married Tonita Harris 1954, Daughter: Toni Katharine Bicknell. Met Eda Drake 1968, married 1978 in a Quaker Ceremony at Hayward Meeting. Bick is survived by 3 children, 3 step-children, 6 grand-children, and 3 great grandchildren. A Quaker memorial service will be held November 12th, 2011 at the Berkeley Friends Meeting on Vine Street. Those unable to attend but wishing to honor Bick’s memory may consider making a donation to the Berkeley Friends Meeting, the Boy Scouts of America, Antioch College, or the American Red Cross. Thanks to Stephanie Nydell for conducting, compiling, and editing this obituary, to Sylvia Drake for additional editing on Bick’s Oral History; thanks t...

In memoriam: Ernest Bicknell II, newspaperman, mentor - Berkeleyside

Fri, Sep 30, 2011
Chronicle in 1952 again in advertising. During a short time in Los Angeles he worked for Budde Publications and the Hollywood Citizen News. Upon returning to the Bay Area, he sold advertising for the Mill Valley Record, the Hayward Daily Review, the Freemont News-Register and the Milpitas Post where he retired in 1979 at the age of 67. Retirement wasn’t in his vocabulary. He immediately became Head of Northern California Press for John Anderson’s presidential campaign. During the War on Poverty Campaign and the Peace Movement of the 1960s, Bick and his second wife Toni were introduced to the Berkeley Friends Meeting of Quakers by Martin “Marty” White, then Clerk, while he, Marty, was Director of the War on Poverty in Hayward. Bick participated in the famous war protest where protesters placed daisies in the rifle barrels of the National Guard and knew the person who brought the flowers. Later, Bick and his third wife Eda were instrumental in starting the Hayward Friends Meeting but also regularly attended the Berkeley Meeting. Quakerism appealed to Bick and built upon his foundation from the Boy Scouts, his view of Christianity, and experiences at Antioch College where the words of Horace Mann resonated strongly, “Be ashamed to die until you have won some victory for mankind.” A long-time Quaker, Bick was a man who was passionate about social justice and peace. He was a deeply thoughtful and caring man who was interested in all kinds of people, Bick helped many individuals who had lost their way, offering a non-judgmental presence and a ray of hope. He was an avid storyteller, a deep thinker and conversationalist, and was rarely without a twinkle in his eye and a pun rolling off his tongue. Well loved by the Berkeley Friend’s Quaker Meeting, Pacific Yearly Meeting, and Friends Committee on Legislation in Sacramento, he served as good listener, insightful mentor, instigator extraordinaire and eventually, as a wise elder. Bick and his beloved wife Eda met when they were both 58 years old. They were together for 32 years until she passed away in 2002 at the age of 90. During her lengthy illness, Bick read to her every afternoon from her favorite books and brought her fresh red roses from the lovely garden they had grown together. Bick loved: the outdoors, especially walking, aggressive driving, auctions and yard sales, collecting books, reading political histories and biographies, gardening, the current SF Giants, and spending as much time as he could with his family and friends. His long life was well lived. Married Eleanor “Ann Taylorson” Dixon June 6, 1936, Son: Ernest Paul Bicknell III, Daughter: Susan Bicknell Price. Married Tonita Harris 1954, Daughter: Toni Katharine Bicknell. Met Eda Drake 1968, married 1978 in a Quaker Ceremony at Hayward Meeting. Bick is survived by 3 children, 3 step-children, 6 grand-children, and 3 great grandchildren. A Quaker memorial service will be held November 12th, 2011 at the Berkeley Friends Meeting on Vine Street. Those unable to attend but wishing to honor Bick’s memory may consider making a donation to the Berkeley Friends Meeting, the Boy Scouts of America, Antioch College, or the American Red Cross. Thanks to Stephanie Nydell for conducting, compiling, and editing this obituary, to Sylvia Drake for additional editing on Bick’s Oral History; thanks t...

Obituary for BLACK

Fri, Sep 30, 2011
While in California, she enjoyed watching the fog roll in and out from her hill top nursing home. She will be missed. The service will be held at Fernwood Funeral Home in Mill Valley, California on October 1st at 11:00 am. In lieu of flowers, please send memorial gifts to Hospice By The Bay, 17 E. Sir Francis Drake Blvd., Larkspur, CA 94939.         Published on: Fri September 30, 2011 ... (Albuquerque Journal)




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