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Byron Acuna Jr. Obituary
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May 24, 2017

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February 10, 2007
I've known Byron for a long time, since well before he started in Real Estate. He was my supervisor for a couple of years and we worked in the same department for several other years. He had a dry, quiet sense of humor and a calm, gentle spirit. I truly pray he finds peace in the hereafter. My deepest sympathy to all his family and friends.
February 10, 2007
I worked with Byron he was such a great guy. He was always willing to help and share his knowledge, but what I'll remember most about him is his laugh and his love for the tv show The Dog Whisperer. Byron was 'good people' and all of us are better people for having known him.
February 10, 2007
Byron was such a wonderful man. I had the privilege to work with him at Scott Rivera's office back in 2004 before transferring out of state. He will be missed dearly. I send out my prayers to his family and friends.
February 10, 2007
After knowing Byron for about a year I came across him sitting on a bench one sunny day outside of an office he once worked for. He was by himself accompanied only by a bowl of Chinese food which he was eating for lunch. After I said hi he replied with a smile..."The day is too beautiful to not be outside and enjoy." That response will always stay with me as just how to define Byron, he always took the time to sit and enjoy a beautiful day, getting the most out of everything around him.
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