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Gil Zeimer

Marin IJ

San Rafael, CA, United States

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Past articles by Gil:

Tiburon doctor believes in giving back

Meet Tiburon resident Dr. Sujoya Dey, an electrophysiologist at Cardiovascular Center of Marin in Larkspur, who has a big heart — metaphorically speaking.She performs cardiac ablations and installs pacemakers in patients who have heart r → Read More

Tiburon art gallery owner loves the water

Barry Smith opened his Tiburon Gallery in September 2017 part-time with a goal of living here full-time by spring. All was going well until he needed open-heart surgery Thursday at Marin General. He hopes to be back to work soon.“Iȁ → Read More

Tiburon centenarian remembers a different time

About 100 family members and friends gathered last week to celebrate longtime Tiburon resident Ruth Wosser’s 100th birthday at Jason’s in Greenbrae.Born in Chico 12 years after the 1906 San Francisco Earthquake, she earned her col → Read More

Belvedere couple honored as top citizens

Over the course of four decades, Glenn and Gaby Isaacson have volunteered for a variety of Belvedere causes.In fact, Glenn has donated so much project management time since the 1990s for Belvedere-Tiburon Library expansion plans, “I → Read More

Tiburon TV host discusses investment advice

Pam Krueger is all about money. She’s been a Tiburon resident for more than 26 years, co-host of “MoneyTrack” on 250 PBS stations and a national spokeswoman for the Institute for the Fiduciary Standard, a nonprofit that promotes f → Read More

Belvedere family bequeaths more than 100 paintings to art auction

Jim Levorsen was an architect and artist who lived in Belvedere for 50 years before he died in 2012 at age 83.But his artwork lives on, and will soon be put to a good cause.“As an artist at heart, my dad started taking art lessons → Read More

Former gymnast brings massage therapy to Tiburon

Christine Stephens, 54, is energy personified. As a gymnast for 13 years at the elite level and a coach for another 11 throughout the East Bay, she’s broken an elbow, both ankles a total of five times and even knocked herself out after a dismou → Read More

Tiburon man’s hot sauce sales are hot

Hector Saldivar grew up in northern Mexico but moved to Tiburon three years ago from San Francisco. His mother — affectionately known as Tia Lupita — was proud to have perfected a hot sauce recipe, carefully handed down over many generat → Read More

Tiburon art gallery is for the birds

Flock is an art gallery that opened last July after four months of renovation. It was created by Tiburon resident Robert E. Stevenson — an artist, photographer and conservationist — to share his life- → Read More

Tiburon designer was an Israeli army lieutenant

Ruth Livingston may be the only Marin County interior designer and custom furniture maker to have served as a lieutenant in the Israeli army. So how did she end up in Tiburon?“My father was a diplomat,” she said. “I was bor → Read More

Tiburon trestle trail project coming down the track

What’s going on above Blackie’s Pasture? The Tiburon Peninsula Foundation is building a trestle trail to connect residents to this area’s railroad history dating back to 1884. “I climbed up there one day and marveled → Read More

Tiburon woman leads One Warm Coat drive

After seeing One Warm Coat collection bins when she was living in San Francisco years ago, Lorraine Gemigniani started collecting coats from her Russian Hill neighbors. Her joy of giving grew each year, so when she saw the need in Marin County she spe → Read More

Tiburon woman finds her voice in opera

Caroluna Michelson looks more like a European runway model than an opera singer. She’s both, but didn’t discover her love for opera until she was in her 40s and raising three children.After graduating from high school in Danville → Read More

Tiburon blogger Anh Sundstrom’s passion for fashion leads to success

When Anh Sundstrom of Tiburon was marketing medical devices for spine surgery, she wanted to express her own brand of style. In 2011, she dedicated herself to blogging three times a week on her own time to appeal to other working women through → Read More

Former Tiburon family takes stock after North Bay fire destroys home

Charlotte Doyle lived in Tiburon for 20 years. In June 2015, she and her husband, Jon, decided to move their family of four up to the Sonoma Wine Country to live a “farm life” on some acreage.That lifestyle suddenly ended in the e → Read More

Tiburon teen seeks to bring Cuban baseball team to Marin

Tiburon teen Jake Nordstrom loves baseball, and he was so inspired after a recent trip to Cuba that he launched an Eagle Scout project with a GoFundMe campaign. His high-reachin → Read More

Tiburon: A half-dozen interesting things about Gary Widman

I’m new to Tiburon. So when I first met Gary Widman, one of my neighbors, I thought he was a pretty interesting character.Why? It wasn’t just one thing ... it was a handful.• First, maybe I was impressed that he → Read More