Remembering Libby Denebeim

Libby Denebeim

Libby Denebeim receiving the Norma Satten Community Service Innovation Award at CLC’s Annual Event in 2012

Libby, we will miss you!   You brought passion and commitment and so many gifts of time, talent and treasure to make SanFrancisco a better place for all of us.

Libby Denebeim was honored last year with the Norma Satten Community Service Innovation Award at the Community Living Campaign’s Annual Event.   We invite you to remember Libby through a slide show of pictures we put together for that event.

Libby’s memorial will be Tuesday, November 26 at 11:00 a.m. at Congregation Emanu-El, Arguello and Lake Streets in San Francisco.  Learn more about Libby from this rememberance in the SanFrancisco Chronicle.


4 Responses to “Remembering Libby Denebeim”
  1. Duff Axsom says:

    A truly astounding presence in our community. Her work lives on in the lives of so many that she helped directly or indirectly through her advocacy. Our paths crossed so many times, from the Coming Home work in the 80’s, her work in mental health advocacy and most recently in her focus on aging and helping seniors live their lives in the community. There are few leaders who approach the impact that Libby had in San Francisco.

  2. Vera Haile says:

    Libby’s reputation preceded her. I had often heard of the good works she did, but really didn’t know her until she joined the Community Living Campaign Board. During the couple of years she was on the Board she was a pleasure to work with. I’m sorry I did not know her longer and better, but we on the Board also feel a sense of loss. My sympathy goes to the family, and I hope their good memories endure and inspire. Vera

  3. LaNay Eastman says:

    She initiated many programs and services that will continue to make a difference. Her legacy will live on!

  4. Deloris McGee says:

    I had the pleasure of meeting her and it was well worth my time. I worked with her on Community Living Campaign’s first fundraiser. Just being in the room with her you get to learn something new or different. She is missed by many I am sure.

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