Issue:  Vol. 44 / No. 35 / 28 August 2014
 

Cunningham memorial set

James Cunningham and his dog, Jett. (Photo courtesy of Gregg Gleasner)

James Cunningham and his dog, Jett. (Photo courtesy of Gregg Gleasner)

Memorial services will be held this week for James Cunningham, 55, a San Francisco man who died recently after being found unconscious on a sidewalk not far from his Castro area home.

The mass will be at 10:30 a.m., Wednesday, June 12, at  St. Clement Church, 750 Calhoun St., Hayward. Following the church service, Cunningham will be buried at Holy Sepulchre Cemetery, 26320 Mission Blvd., also in Hayward.

Cunningham is believed to have sustained injury to his head while he was walking his dog on Hartford Street one night in late May, according to his sister Maureen Cunningham, who cited information from a hospital social worker. Someone eventually discovered him, and he was taken to San Francisco General Hospital, where a coma was induced. He died Monday morning, June 3.

Police are examining the death. A sergeant said Monday, June 10 said that so far there’s no sign of foul play.

The Bay Area Reporter will have more coverage in the Thursday, June 13 edition.

— Seth Hemmelgarn, June 10, 2013 @ 3:12 pm PST
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