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Donald A. Robarge

San Lorenzo, California

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Now for the next chapter back with Aunt Franzie. I'll never forget the Motor Homes and the birthday party in Idaho.

We will always remember your 90th birthday in Idaho. All of us who attended from the midwest.

My favorite Brother, Pat

Don Robarge was my first Company Officer when I entered the Fire Service in 1971. I recently chronicled my career and wrote these words on a page dedicated to him; "If those qualities of Captain Robarge were contagious and, if in the view of others, I possessed them as a Captain myself, I'd like to think I 'caught' them from him". He was a great mentor and all around great human being.

I had the pleasure of working with Chief Robarge when I started with Eden Fire in 1978. As Secretary, I had the pleasure of sharing an office with him when he became Assistant Chief. Chief Robarge was a wonderful man. I'll never forget his kindness, his sense of humor and his laughter. He will be greatly missed.

I'm so sorry to hear of your loss. Don was a wonderful man. I enjoyed knowing him for the short time that I did. He will be missed.

My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Don was a wonderful man and I was proud to call him my friend.

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Donald's Obituary

Donald A. RobargeNov. 10, 1916-Apr. 7, 2013Resident of San LorenzoDonald Andrew Robarge passed away from Natural Causes on April 7, 2013, At the age of 96.He was born on November 11, 1916 on a dairy farm in Rice Lake, WI to Edward Robarge and Lea Robarge. He was one of seven siblings, three girls...

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