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Mountain View Death Notices: Dec. 22, 2012-Jan. 17, 2013

From octogenarians to an 18-year-old soccer fanatic, and a mom who left too soon, see obituaries of people who lived and were part of Mountain View.

Editor's note: Mountain View Patch begins a new feature, one that allows us to take note of the passing of members of our communities in Mountain VIew. This is in addition to the obituaries that we run with permission of Cusimano Colonial Mortuary.

The chronicling of the lives of these individuals, who lived and worked among us, originally appeared in one of the following publications: The San Jose Mercury News, San Mateo County Times, Auburn Journal/Gold Country Media Newspapers, and Eureka Times-Standard. Click on the links to read the full account or to sign the guest book via Legacy.com.

Elizabeth Nelson (1924-2012): The Mountain View High grad and former NASA Ames employee died on Nov. 18, 2012, but will be remembered at a luncheon on Saturday, Jan. 26 at noon, Mario's Italiano Restaurant, 861 Leong Drive, Mountain View.

Walter L. Harper (1933-2013): The devoted husband, father and grandfather died in his sleep on Jan. 17, 2013. His life was celebrated at Spangler Mortuary on Jan. 20.

Janet Lynn Brandt (1950-2013): A Palo Alto native and former Mountain View resident died on Jan. 12 in her city of residence Foresthill, CA. She is survived by her husband Peter, son Stephen and dog.

Miracle Myles Moller (1993-2013): Though born in Mountain View, the avid soccer fan was a lifelong resident of Arcata, CA until his tragic death while hiking on Dec. 22, 2012. He's survived by his mother Kimberly Chapman, stepfather Joseph Thompson, sister Ivy Moller, brother Jesse Myles and extended family members.

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