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Antonio Mendes

Antonio Mendes, 41, dancer-choreographer, died Feb. 7 in Santa Rosa, Calif., of AIDS.

Mendes directed many productions of the Redwood City Ballet since 1986, including “Swan Lake.” He also performed with the Pacific Ballet of S.F., the S.F. Opera Ballet, Marin Civic Ballet and National Ballet of Portugal.

Survived by his mother.

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