OBITUARY

Mr. William George Diamond

March 19, 1931April 25, 2021

William “Bill” George Diamond, 90, peacefully passed away on April 25, 2021, after a short illness at Fort Miley’s Veteran’s Medical Center in San Francisco, California. Bill was a native San Franciscan born on March 19th, 1931 to George and Irene Diamond (Koutsonicoli) of Peloponnesus, Greece. Several years after graduating from George Washington High School in 1948, he served in the United States Navy during the Korean War, he returned home after serving his country and earned a teaching degree at San Francisco State University.

After graduation, Bill became a substitute teacher for the San Francisco Unified School District where he taught at various schools throughout the city. Abraham Lincoln High School is where he spent most of his career teaching algebra, geometry, history, and computer science. Many of his former high school students still refer to him as, “Mr. Diamond” or “Mr. D”, he is best remembered for his lively classroom, unique teaching style, and especially how he helped them understand the language of mathematics.

After retirement from the SFUSD, he enjoyed taking his Yorkshire Terriers for their daily walks, ballroom dancing, swimming, cooking, traveling, and reading the daily newspaper at the local donut shop.

Bill was predeceased by his parents, and half-sister, Eleni. He is survived by his loving children William (Billy) Diamond, Jr., Michael Diamond, Phillip Diamond, Athena Diamond Rivera, and Maria Diamond Olla and his adoring grandchildren, Monalisa, Alex, Daniel, Christian, Arianna, Katrina, and Eleni. May he rest in peace… ∞

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Athena Diamond Rivera

May 10, 2021

My work sent this beautiful arrangement for you! Their thoughtfulness is truly appreciated.

Athena Diamond Rivera

May 8, 2021

This photo was taken of Dad and myself (Athena), circa 1971

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY