the HIV-positive cofounder of the AIDS Nutrition Bank in
Sonoma County, Calif., died April 25 of a heart attack. He
was 55. Onstott, who was diagnosed with AIDS in 1982,
was a longtime advocate for nutritional education for
HIV patients. A memorial service was held April 28 at
Pleasant Hills Memorial Park Chapel in Sebastopol, Calif.
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