Harris, Jeanette “Jeanne.” In San Francisco, Aug. 16. Age 90. Mother of Reggie Harris and the late Hilary Harris. Cousin to many. A memorial was held. Donations to charity of your choice.

Roth, Arthur. In Oakland, Aug. 14. From Parkinson’s disease. Born in Orange, Texas. Husband of Ruth Schussheim Roth of 61 years. Father of Jo (and Norm) Budman of Oakland; Judith (and J.P.) Villedrouin of Herndon, Va.; Amy Roth of Oakland and Sharon (and Jon) Dunn of Oakland. Grandfather of Scott (and Jenny) Green, Margo Budman and Roland and Kyle Roth. Great-grandfather of Maria and Anna Budman. Earned medical degree from Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland. Pediatrician. Author of “The Teenage Years.” Medical advice columnist for Teen magazine. Founded clinic dedicated to the treatment of adolescents at Kaiser Hospital in Oakland. Practiced at Kaiser for two decades. Private practice in Oakland. Retired in San Jose after 15 years as medical director of Santa Clara University and three years in urgent care medicine at Santa Theresa Kaiser. Volunteer docent at San Jose Museum of Art. Vice president of Temple Beth Abraham in Oakland. Volunteer for Native American health care. Awarded Good Neighbor Award by National Conference of Christians and Jews and Martin Luther King Jr. Association of Santa Clara Valley for his retirement volunteer medical care at the Health Care Homeless Project and Women’s Alliance Shelter in San Jose, medical consulting at Catholic Social Service and many years of emergency medical services to storefront clinics in Oakland and San Francisco. Organized letter-writing campaigns for human rights for Jews in Ethiopia and the Soviet Union. Helped collect clothing and money for Armenian earthquake victims. Active at Temple Beth David and Shir Hadash in San Jose. Donations to National Parkinson Foundation, 1501 N.W. Ninth Ave./Bob Hope Road, Miami, FL 33136-1494; the Hadassah Medical Organization, Kiryat Hadassah, P.O. 12000, 91120, Jerusalem, Israel, or any charity of choice.

Spiro, Herbert M. In Tarzana, Aug. 22. Age 88. Husband of the late Mary Spiro. Father of Marilyn (and Richard) Kandel, and Sandra (and Joseph) Tischler. Son of the late Philip and Carrie Spiro. Brother of Norman and Emma Lee Spiro. Brother-in-law of the late Beatrice and Morris Horwitz, and the late Harold and Irina Dicterow. Grandfather of Brian, Lori and Steven Kandel, and Micah, Eli and Adam Tischler. Uncle and cousin to many. Teacher for the San Francisco Community College District. Longtime secretary of the board of directors of Congregation Beth Sholom, S.F. Private family services were held under the direction of Sinai Memorial Chapel. Donations to the Jewish Family and Children’s Services, 2150 Post Street, S.F. 94115.

Werdesheim, Herman. In San Francisco, July 25. Husband of 66 years to Dollie Werdesheim. Father of Elaine (and Kieve) Goodstein and Gary (and Suzanne) Werdesheim. Grandfather of Shari Weber, Robin (and Jon) Rose, Pete and Gita Werdesheim. Brother of Fay Sibell. Born in Denver, Colo., and a resident of San Francisco for 85 years. Served in the Merchant Marines during World War II. Worked as an accountant for 50 years. Member of Masonic Lodge No. 120 F.&A.M. Avid fan of the S.F. Seals, the Giants and the 49ers. Gratitude to Ilda Fonacier and Ofelia P. Hall for their continued care and devotion. Services were held July 28 at Salem Memorial Park under the direction of Sinai Memorial Chapel. Donations to Hospice by the Bay, 1540 Market St., S.F. CA 94102 ,or to the Jewish Home, 302 Silver Ave., S.F. CA 94112.

Wolfe, Bernard “Bud” Mitchell. In Hillsborough, Aug 12. Husband of Beverly Wolfe for 64 years. Father of Douglas Randall Wolfe of Corvallis, Ore.; Patricia Louise Wolfe of San Rafael; and the late Stephen James Wolfe. Grandfather of Jessica Wolfe of Los Angeles, Nicholas Wolfe of Palo Alto, and Tamara Wolfe Ryan and Danielle Ryan of Fayetteville, Ark. Attended U.S. Naval Academy at Annapolis, Maryland. Graduate naval architect and marine engineer. Stationed at Mare Island and Hunters Point during World War II and served as assistant shop superintendent and planning officer for the Lay Up Fleet in Suisan Bay. In charge of the construction of President Truman’s 270-foot yacht, Williamsburg, at the Bureau of Ships, Washington, D.C. President of Manning Mitchell Paint Company. Owner of appliance stores. Builder of homes, condominiums, apartments, offices, a bowling alley and a medical center. L.L.B. and doctor of jurisprudence degrees from Stanford University. Member of San Mateo County Board of Mental Health. Assistant Scout master in Hillsborough. President of Peninsula Golf and Country Club. Pro-bono lawyer for the San Mateo Legal Aid Society. Founding member and board director for Peninsula Temple Beth-El. Consultant to Samaritan House. Member of the National Board of File Advisors of the Small Business Administration under President Eisenhower. Lifetime member of the Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers and member of the Presidents’ Circle of the U.S. Naval Academy Alumni Association. Won “World Championship Domino Tournament” three years. Gave generously to communal organizations through the Bernard and Beverly Wolfe Philanthropic Fund at the Jewish Community Endowment Fund of the Jewish Community Federation. Private family service was held Aug. 17 at his home of 56 years. A celebration of his life is being planned for a later date. Donations to Samaritan House, 1511 S. Claremont St., San Mateo, CA 94402; Mills-Peninsula Hospital, 1783 El Camino Real, Burlingame, CA 94010; Mission Hospice, 151 West 20th Ave., San Mateo, CA 94403-1301; or the charity of your choice.