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He is also survived by his mother Audrey Mistretta of Sacramento, sister Debbie Bingham, niece Cheyenne Bingham, and father Chuck Bingham, all of Texas.
Robert’s devotion to family, friends, and community left an indelible mark for everyone who knew his laughter, caring demeanor, and hopeful vision of life.
The light of his life are his grandchildren Daria, David Jr., Damian, Danica Bonds, Anthony Valenzuela, Clarissa Huerta, Javier Huerta, Jr., Emma and Hayden Calvert.
There is a large and loving family of the heart all over the United States and especially in Texas where he grew up along the border of Mexico. He was proud of his service and as a Army bandsman he spoke of being instrumental in the service of his country.
Survivors include daughters, Eleanor Caldwell of Seattle and Catherine Appel of Brookings, Ore.; a son, William T.
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.
His photographs can be found at the California Academy of Sciences in San Francisco and in private collections.
He also enjoyed traveling throughout North and Central America, Africa, Europe, New Zealand, Japan and Hawaii. Bode belonged to Rotary International, Sierra Camera Club, Sacramento Delta Council and Photographic Society of America.
A reception will immediately follow at the CSUS Alumni Center on the CSUS campus. BODE FORMER DEL CAMPO HIGH SCHOOL PRINCIPAL WAS WORLD WAR II PILOT AND INSTRUCTOR, AVID PHOTOGRAPHER AND WORLD TRAVELER Publication Date: December 22, 1995 Source: The Sacramento Bee Obituary: William T. The San Diego native served in the Army Air Forces during World War II as a pilot and flight instructor. In 1949, he received a bachelor's degree in industrial technology from the University of California, Santa Barbara. Bode was recalled to active duty after the Korean War broke out and was stationed at Mather Air Force Base.
Died peacefully on August 2nd after a long battle with lymphoma cancer at age 84 years old.
He was born on February 19 1929 as third son of Dr.
Robert was a familiar face on the Leonardo da Vinci elementary school campus, volunteering in the classroom and driving on field trips.
He coached his son’s Land Park Little League team and attended his daughter’s many dance performances.