Mountain View Death Notices: Feb. 6 to Feb. 21, 2013

A former Hewlett Packard employee, postmaster general and brave cancer figher, see obituaries of people who lived or were part of Mountain View.

Editor's note: Mountain View Patch continues 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 Family Colonial Mortuary.

The chronicling of the lives of these individuals, who lived and worked among us, originally appeared in the following publications: The San Jose Mercury News, Inside Bay Area and Willows Journal. Click on the links to read the full account or to sign the guest book via Legacy.com.

Utaka Henry Morinaka, a resident of Mountain View, died at home on Dec. 29, 2012. He was 93. The family already held private funeral services, but a celebration of his life will take place on Saturday, Feb. 23 at 1 p.m. in the Wesley United Methodist Church, 566 N. 5th St., San Jose. The family asks that guest dress casual in bright colors and no black.

A resident of Mountain View for more than 50 and a former Hewlett Packard employee for 30, Betty Lee Conzet died on Feb. 10, 2013. She was 85.

Born in Mountain View, Florence Jean Conway died in Bluff, CA on Feb. 6, 2013 at the age of 91. She enjoyed her life as a home-maker.

Mountain View resident Lisa Lynn Canali, 53, died on Dec. 4, 2012 after a couragous battle with cancer. A private celebration will be held this spring by her friends and family.

A Navy seaman, Moffett Field Postmaster and Mountain View resident Edward F. Austin died on Feb. 13, 2013. He was 94.

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