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June 03, 2015

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June 03, 2015

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February 24, 2013
william j. wise WWll u.s. army tech/5 809th tank destroyer bn,the family love you god be with you
February 14, 2013
RIchard Bernard was born in Pittsfield, Massachusetts, June 14, 1923. The oldest of six children, he grew up on Long Island in Islip, New York. In 1944, he earned a BA in U.S. History from Franklin and Marshall College, Lancaster, PA and then served as a U.S. Navy Lieutenant (j.g.) on a subchaser in the South Pacific. In 1947 he began a 32 year teaching career that included two high schools in Los Angeles, a year of teaching in the Netherlands as a Fulbright Scholar and 15 years at Los Angeles Harbor Community College as a teacher and Dean of Students. He retired in 1979.
Dick loved playing golf, was an active member of the Democratic Party throughout his life, enjoyed traveling extensively with his wife Kathy (Kathleen Kent Summers), whom he married in 1971, and was a member of the Unitarian Universalist Church. He wrote numerous articles and letters-to-the editor and a children's book.
In addition to his wife Kathy, Dick is survived by his son James Bernard of San Francisco, two step-sons, a step-daughter and five grandchildren.
February 11, 2013
January 21, 2013
My beloved dad, Donald G. Brown, passed at the age of 90 last week. He was in the 85th Mountain Infantry Regiment, Company A, in Italy with the 10th Mountain Division. He published a book, "Love Letter to Americans", which is a tribute to many of the people who made a difference in his life. Dad was proud of the fact that Senator Bob Dole wrote a forward to his book. Dad never talked about his war experiences until after his book was published in 2003, but taught his 3 kids how to ski as young children. We miss you so much, Dad!
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