“So sorry for your losss Susan. I will treasure my memories of Bud while I worked with him at Agnews. What a Great man. Hugs to you
“I came to know Bud at our Castlemont High School lunches . We were both in the Marine Corp. A true patriot and great guy. See picture taken at a lunch with my high school football coach Paul "Shep" Chappelle ,all standing our Marines who attended Castlemont. L to R Greg Hickey, Ralph Lytle, Ron Ehmke, Bud, and Vern Smith, seated coach "Shep". Semper Fi Bud.
“I had the honor to know Bud by working with him at Agnew. Bud loved this Country and he was a true American. I learned a lot from this great man, not just about the job, but about life. I'll always remember Bud's booming voice saying, "Good morning American." God Bless his soul.
“Susan and family,
Even though we only knew Bud for a short time, we knew that he was somone special. Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this time.
“Susan, John, Terri, Teresa, and the rest of Bud's close family, we offer our sincere sympathy and prayers. Bud - one of a kind - gentle, tough, friendly, courteous - a man's man ... and a great marine.
Love & prayers to you all.
“We are sorry for your loss. May you find some comfort in knowing that you are in our thoughts and prayers. Celebrating the life of a great American, a life well lived.
“I knew BUD many years ago when he lived off of 105th ave in Oakland. He was farming there and brought us Manure from his horsed, The last time I saw him was at St.Luis Bertrund church in Oakland,he was ready to go to Vietnam and he was in Full Marine Dress. Very muscular. Good guy. rest in peace BUD
“I will always remember the time you taught me how to fold the American Flag. You had the utmost respect for that flag. You were a man of integrity and never had anything bad to say. You will be missed. I will see you again one day " old partner." R.I.P
“Thanks for all the stories and good time RVing. We made plenty memories together over the years and always enjoyed our time together. I've known you for 45 years and there was never a dull moment. You will always be in our hearts!
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Rudolph "Bud" AmourouxSept. 27, 1925 - Dec. 11, 2013Resident of NewarkRudolph "Bud" Amouroux passed away on December 11, 2013 at his home in Newark, CA. He is survived by his wife Susan (Cecchettini), son John (Meg), daughter Teri (Rich) Chapa, stepson Don Kadish, and dear...Read More