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OBIT:John Daniel Van Voorhis 65, Born in Oakland former President of Blackhawk Development (Ken Behring)

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Post from online record if possible John Daniel Van Voorhis 65, Born in Oakland, June 18, 1939. It is with great sadness that we announce the sudden passing of Daniel Van Voorhis on March 8, 2005, lifelong resident of the bay area and most recently residing in San Francisco. Dan died peacefully at California Pacific Medical Center with his children at his side from heart and liver failure. Dan grew up in Walnut Creek, where he graduated from Los Lomas High School, before marrying his high school sweet heart Karen Judith Wacker in 1960. Dan graduated from San Francisco State University, then attended Boalt Hall at the University of California at Berkeley where he earned his Juris Doctorate. Dan joined his brother Thomas's law firm of Campbell, Van Voorhis and Bybee in Walnut Creek in 1965, before opening his own firm in 1975 - Van Voorhis and Skaggs with long-time friend and partner Sanford M. Skaggs. Specializing in real estate and local government law, the firm of Van Voorhis and Skaggs was eventually purchased by and merged with the firm of McCutchen, Doyle, Brown and Enersen in 1984 (today Bingham McCutchen). Dan's efforts on behalf of his main client Blackhawk helped earn him an equity position in the company in 1975; the post of general counsel also in 1975, and in 1983 he was named as president of Blackhawk Corporation. In this capacity he spearheaded the development of the two largest real estate projects ever constructed in Northern California at that time, Blackhawk and Canyon Lakes. After his retirement in 1990, Dan devoted his tremendous energies and resources to establishing professional soccer in the US and founded, owned and operated the San Francisco Bay Blackhawks from 1988 to 1994. He was honored by Honda for his contribution to professional soccer in America in 1993, and was inducted to the California Association North Soccer Hall of Fame in August of 2004. Remembered by all who knew him as a patriotic, loyal and immensely determined individual his exceptional intellect, vision, and ideas left a significant imprint on the landscape of Contra Costa County. Known by his family as a loving, generous and devoted man - his lasting impression as a charismatic and humourous person will long be recalled by all who knew him. He is survived by his children Bekki Van Voorhis Gilbert, Kerry Malzahn, and John Daniel Van Voorhis, Jr. and by their mother Karen Judith Van Voorhis; his four grandchildren Nathaniel and Nicole Gilbert and Kaila and Eric Malzahn; and his five siblings Joann Hanna, G. Thomas Van Voorhis, Mari Edd, Barbara Van Voorhis Molloy and David E. Van Voorhis. A private memorial service for family and friends will be held on April 7th at 7:00 p.m. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests contributions in his memory be made to Boalt Hall, University of California, Berkeley, California 9472-7200. To Plant Memorial Trees in memory, please visit our Sympathy Store. Published in San Jose Mercury News on Mar. 12, 2005. See Legacy Tribute at Find A Grave

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Notable Deaths

The Curious Unsettling Deaths of Contra Costa County

Pete Bennett, arrived in Contra Costa County in 1978 after leaving Florida over a series of unfortunate events occuring during his high school years from 1974 to 1978.  There is an uncanny similiar connection between Florida and California.

Rylan Fuchs and Chief of Police Chris Wenzel of the Town of Danville

This young man and his mother became friends with Pete Bennett and his sons via the Oak Hill Park in Danville.  The parents each enduring mutual marriage breakdowns, each with sons seeking friends.  The boys found each other while parents each had something in common to vent issues.

Date: 2011

The Curious Deaths Near Chief Wenzel

This young man and his mother became friends with Pete Bennett and his sons via the Oak Hill Park in Danville. The time period during our mutual divorce drama. The occured when the boys connected by creating games in the park. The mom is a very nice person.

Date: 2011

The Curious Deaths Near Chief Wenzel

This young man and his mother became friends with Pete Bennett and his sons via the Oak Hill Park in Danville. The time period during our mutual divorce drama. The occured when the boys connected by creating games in the park. The mom is a very nice person.

Fending off Sgt. Rangel.

This is Sgt. Dave Rangel former Police Officer from City of Walnut Creek. There are several distinct incidents with the Walnut Creek Police Department more (It's a new day at WCPD)

Date: 2011

2005-03-12-OBIT-John Daniel Van Voorhis
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