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Byron Acuna Jr.

Byron Acuna Jr.

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March 06, 2014
I can't believe it's been 7 years already. The older I get, the faster time flies. I continue to keep you alive by talking about you to our mutual friends and occasionally I still share a laugh or chuckle with you. I look back and think about the beginning of our friendship; both of us being new on Scott's Team. Such good times, my friend, such good times. I miss them...and you....I went to Mass yesterday and lifted you up in prayer. I PRAY you are looking down on me from a better place and that you are at peace and that you will be there to greet me when I get to heaven, as well. Thinking of you always, Byron!!!
February 27, 2014
Love you.
March 05, 2009
I just learned of Byron's passing two years later. Byron and I started work at State Farm on the same day, working in the same department, then later moved to Bakerfield. I enjoyed his sense of humor, and we shared quite a few laughs at our "Office Space" existence. I moved from Bakersfield to upstate New York in 2001 and played a round of golf with Byron before I left. It was the last time I saw him. I have been thinking about moving back to Ca and was curious about the real estate market in Bakersfield, leading me to search for Byron, and then finding out about his passing. I am saddened greatly to know he is no longer with us. The other entries from family and friends are a testament to his life and how he touched people. It is said that a man's life is measured not in his worldly accomplishments, but how he touched others. Byron was rich with friends and family. Erwin, I too lost a brother more than 30 years ago and I am touched by the stories you wrote about Byron. While the pain of loss eventually goes away, the memories remain strong. I feel for you. Byron was such a funny and gentle person, he always put me at ease. Even on the golf course, where I usually get so frustrated, playing with Byron always kept me at ease. I greatly enjoyed his company and friendship. God bless you all!
October 16, 2007
Occasionally I come online to reread the expressions of so many others that were close to my good friend, Byron. I just rejoined the Scott Rivera Team and went to log on a program I needed to use and there it was....a place that he existed. His name was right there in front of me, reminding me of the times we shared and the conversations we had. I could see him laughing in my mind at some silly problem that seems so silly now. I miss him....dearly. I have some wonderful "Team" photo's of Byron while working with our team at Scott's and would love to share them with anyone who would like a copy. Just send me an email. My friend, my co worker...a true humanitarin. No one that knew him will ever be the same without him in their lives. I speak for many who haven't signed this book...We miss you.
August 24, 2007
Six months in many ways doesn't seem so long ago and yet it might as well be a 100. Everyone lives have changed since you left. From those who knew you when, to those who knew you well. I don't think any of us are the same. I make donations in your name when in fact all I am trying to do is change what is done. I have watched the kids as they have dealt with the loss of their uncle and wish that they could've been spared from knowing pain this deep at an early age. I have gone from being angery to accepting. I have gone from the shock of dealing with my children's grief to watching them slowly recover. You are very much missed still and the lack of your presence is still very much felt. I wish you were still here for all the kids..but especially for Erik and the positive impact that you had on him.
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