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Bode II of Bonney Lake, Wash.; eight grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren. Bode requested that contributions be made to a charity of the donor's choice. 9/15/00Ralph Wesley Bonds, Jr, age 72, passed away on Monday August 31, 2015, with family by his side.
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He was a loving husband and best friend of Sharon, a proud father to son David (Laura), stepson Douglas Calvert (Naomi), stepdaughter Jeray Huerta and in Santa Barbara stepchildren Becki Norton (Doug) and Daniel Hess.Unfortunately it appears his exposure to Agent Orange shortened his life with us. After 32 years teaching middle and high school students in Santa Barbara and Sacramento, he retired and brought his teaching skills to the students and visitors that came to Sutter's Fort.There as a docent in the Vaquero room he shared his vast knowledge of early California history. His writing classes in Sacramento and Davis were an important part of his life. Music was another talent of his with a beautiful singing voice and the ability to play many instruments. He inspired many, gave hope to many and was a true friend.Louis and Hope Braafladt in Minot, North Dakota, survived by son John and daughter Joanne and wife Jeanette. Graduated in music education from Pacific Lutheran University Tacoma Washington, Master degree from University of Washington and Sacramento, State choir director of many church choirs, retired from San Juan Unified School District as a music teacher. He played baseball for El Camino HS (class of '58) and for Sacramento State College (now CSUS) from '59-'62.Memorial Service, Friday August 9th @ pm @ Carmichael Presbyterian Church 5645 Marconi Ave. Published in The Sacramento Bee on August 7, 2013 BRAIO, Andrew James Andrew James Braio of Colorado Springs, CO, passed away at home on March 17, 2015, after a year-long battle with cancer at the age of 74. With his college team, he went to the NAIA World Series.