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Gilroy Death Notices: Sept. 23- Oct. 6

See obituaries of people from Gilroy that passed away over the last several weeks.

The following people with ties to Gilroy died in the last two weeks. Click their names to read full obituaries. 

Dorothy Audas: Her family moved to Gilroy in 1937. She worked for Mother's Cookies and also owned an optical shop with her husband. Passed away in September. She was 82.

Thomas William Dietz: Services were held in Gilroy. Passed away Sept. 25. He was 87.

John Espinoza: His sons live in Gilroy. He was a huge 49ers and Giants fan and liked to golf with his brother. Passed away Sept. 23. He was 51. 

Lauren June Geiger: Resident of Gilroy. She graduated from Gilroy High School in 2006 and was a nursing student in Pennsylvania. She liked to camp, water ski and go to the beach. Passed away Sept. 30. She was just 23. 

Betty Gregersen: Resident of Gilroy. She liked to play bingo and cards with her friends. Passed away Sept. 30. She was 88.

Daniel Paul Hanten: Resident of Gilroy. He worked in precision sheet metal and manufacturing. He was a big football fan. Passed away Sept. 26. He was 62. 

Harold A. Johnson: Raised his children in Gilroy. Served in the Army in WWII. Worked as the vice president of Driscoll Berries. Passed away Sept. 23. He was 89.

Camille "Mimi" Teresa Mondelli Serafin: Lived her whole life in Gilroy. Worked with her husband in the farming business and was an excellent seamstress. Passed away Sept. 27. She was 94.  

Nellie M. Moreno: Resident of Gilroy. She was married for 47 years and had five children. Passed away Oct. 4. She was 68. 

Antonio Mata Rodriguez: Resident of Gilroy. He was married to Amelia Rodriguez. Passed away Oct. 6. He was 67. 

Louis P. Salazar: Services were held in Gilroy. He was one of 16 children and he was the prankster of the group. Passed away Oct. 4. He was 58. 

Michael E. Vickroy: Resident of Gilroy. Recently retired from Nob Hill Foods. Passed away. Sept. 30. He was 61. 

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