Ollie Marie-Victoire, S.F. judge, dies A native of Denver, she picked up her early feminist inclinations from the single mother who raised her with the help of a like-minded aunt, said the judge's daughter, Jeanine Landsinger of San Francisco. Gloria Duffy, a former classmate and lifelong friend, recalled walking home together after dancing class one day in the late 1930s and stepping inside an unoccupied Catholic church. Ollie Blevins met Georges Marie-Victoire, a French pilot, at a 1943 reception in Denver, where he was training to fly planes for the U.S.

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    Residents of the quiet, tree-lined San Francisco neighborhood of Westwood Park wonder why it has taken so long to stop Patricia Alice McColm ... San Francisco Judge Ollie Marie-Victoire, who presided over the case, told McColm at a later hearing: "You ...
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