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July 16, 2018

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August 1, 2015
Celebrating a life well lived. We will cherish the memories forever.
July 23, 2015
Patty & Family; Love & sympathy in 'Tinkers' passing. He was famous all over NorCal, & will forever be remembered for his classic persona; really ornery/tough guy, but heart of gold inside. You are all in our prayers & thoughts.
July 22, 2015
I always called Mr. Workman, Mr. Tinker. He always liked to give me a hard time about eBay and we competed just a little bit about finding collectibles and antiques. When I last seen him at his garage sale he told me he was ill and I went into a bit of a shock. I wished I had given him a hug and said more but I couldn't because I was literally in shock. Today it has really hit me that he is gone and my entire morning has been spent in tears. I will never forget Mr. Tinker.
July 22, 2015
I always called Mr. Workman, Mr. Tinker. He always liked to give me a hard time about eBay and we competed just a little bit about finding collectibles and antiques. When I last seen him at his garage sale he told me he was ill and I went into a bit of a shock. I wished I had given him a hug and said more but I couldn't because I was literally in shock. Today it has really hit me that he is gone and my entire morning has been spent in tears. I will never forget Mr. Tinker.