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While working as a teacher, he graduated from what was then Sacramento State with a master's degree in education administration.After graduation, he spent a year as a Fulbright scholar in Antigua.He joined San Juan Unified School District in 1959 as dean of boys at Encina High School.Shortly thereafter, he became vice principal at El Camino High School.Friends are invited to bring a “story and song” to share as we remember Robert through his love of music. Bode, a longtime principal and administrator for the San Juan Unified School District and a former Air Force officer, died Dec. When the war ended, he returned to the reserves and retired as a lieutenant colonel in the 1970s. Bode taught photography and engineering in Tucson, Ariz., for about a year.Donations may be made to the Robert Bingham Memorial Fund, Golden 1 Credit Union, P. He then returned to Sacramento to teach at James Marshall High School.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.
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.
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.
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.
He was principal of Del Campo High School for 17 years, retiring in 1978. Bode had a strong interest in photography and shot pictures for two books written by his wife, Frances, who preceded him in death.