Trader Vic's Final Resting Place
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Sat & Sun 9am-4pm
Opened in 1984
Defunct tiki not included,
distances are as the crow flies.
see Trader Vic's in Emeryville for general Trader Vic's references
West entrance to the Mountain View Mausoleum; you'll find Trader Vic just inside this door
April 2004, photo by Humuhumu
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The founder of the Trader Vic's chain, Victor Jules Bergeron, is interred with his wife Helen in the Mausoleum at Mountain View Cemetery. You will find them on the bottom floor at about eye level, near the west-facing end entrance. If you visit, be sure to bring some menehunes to leave in remembrance.
On the second floor of the same Mausoleum, Henry J. Kaiser is interred. Henry J. Kaiser's connection to tiki is that he built the Kaiser Aluminum Dome, where Arthur Lyman's albums were recorded, and the Hawaiian Village, which was later purchased by the Hilton chain.