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1933 - 2015 Obituary Condolences
James Neal (Bud) McGee Obituary
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July 21, 2018

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December 16, 2015
We will miss you Jim..David & Brenda Garcia
December 15, 2015
Was very said to hear about Jim at our retirees luncheon. We transferred about the same time to PG&E in Marysville. If you were honest with Jim he would back you all the way. He loved to play softball and he played for keeps. The umpires better get it right! Since he was a little older than us we called him our "old man" . I will miss Jim.
Jerry Noonan
December 14, 2015
What does a person write when ones heart is so full of precious memories of someone so loved who was more like a younger brother to me than a nephew. My name is Arvetta 'Holt' Austin and I am Bud's aunt as his mother and I were sisters. Bud's mother & dad Mabel & Clint took me into their hearts in 1929 to raise me after my own mother passed away when I was two years old. Shortly after that we moved from Texas and found a home in Exeter, Calif. When I was six years old, I remember as if it were yesterday the day Bud was born. Because pregnancies and births were not spoken of in those days, I woke up one Sunday morning knowing something was wrong with Sister (the name she gave me for herself her entire life) as through the night she was going through labor (that which I knew nothing about) yet I knew something was very wrong. My brother Bunk and I went to Sunday school every Sunday and this particular Sunday I didn't want to leave the house (or Sister)....but I was told that if I went to Sunday school like a good girl as I always had, when Bunk and I returned Sister would have a wonderful surprise for me. I obeyed like a good girl and went to Sunday school and after our traditionally Hot Fudge Sundae treat at the Exeter Drug Store we arrived home to find that Sister did indeed have a wonderful surprise. It's hard to explain what a pretty baby I found in my sister's arms,and I could hardly wait to hold him myself. I also remember that his big brother Dick (sixteen months older)was standing by waiting for his turn to hold the tiny bundle as well. It was a joyful & happy time in our home that Sunday afternoon and I will remember my happiness for having a new tiny baby nephew that grew up to become a loving man all his life for as long as I live. My heart is sad and heavy now as I say "goodbye" to my nephew/brother, but as long as I have a good memory...I will always remember growing up with two wonderful little boys who meant the world to me and also to my husband Fred who adored Bud and Dick as much as I do. Bud is in heaven now with 'the love of his life'....and I want to always remember that they are together now...the way God intended them to be.
December 14, 2015
We will miss your bright star on our family tree. We love you Bud!