Harry Mayo Obituary, Active Member Of Santa Cruz Museum Has Died

Harry Mayo Obituary, Death – On Monday, a local star in the sport of surfing who was also a pioneer in the sport’s early days, Harry Mayo, passed away at the age of 99. Harry Mayo was known for his contributions to the sport in its early days. In the sport’s infancy, he was a trailblazer and a pioneer. Mayo is credited with establishing the legendary Santa Cruz Surfing Club in the 1930s.

Moreover, in 1986 he established the Santa Cruz Surfing Museum, and in 1992 he established the Surf Statue on West Cliff Drive. All of these things are examples of the contributions that Mayo has made to the community. After Mayo passes away, each and every one of these things will live on as a part of his legacy. In addition to that, a substantial number of individuals refer to him as “The Mayor of West Cliff. Mayo was an avid photographer who amassed a substantial amount of images throughout his career.

It was quite generous of him to donate a good number of these images to our organization as well as to the Special Collections division at the University of California, Santa Cruz. This legacy will be maintained for the benefit of future generations as a direct result of his dedication to documenting Santa Cruz’s history over a period of several decades, including the city’s rich surfing heritage.