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Lawrence (Larry) Brambley

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1930 - 2013
Lawrence (Larry) Brambley, known simply as "Ace" by his friends and peers, passed away peacefully at home Sunday evening.
He was born and raised in Southern California to parents Patricia and Robert, who preceded him in death. Larry has lived in Solano County since he joined the U.S. Air Force in 1969. He toured in Vietnam, but spent the bulk of his 20 enlisted years at Travis Air Force Base as a crew chief mechanic on the C-14s at 602nd OMS, while concurrently moonlighting as an auto mechanic in order to provide a good living for his family. He retired in 1989 but continued to work on cars, rooting for his favorite football team (Rams) and auto races (NASCAR, NHRA, Sprint Cars), going on family vacations and camping trips, and, his greatest passion of all: fishing as a member of the Bass Anglers Sportman Society.
He is survived by his greatest catch of them all, his wife of 42 years, Rhonda (Morgan); three children, Robert, Laurisa Moody and Randall; three grandchildren, Rhiannon, Kristalyn and Morgan; son-in-law, Tom; daughter-in-law, Carissa; mother-in-law, Dee Morgan; younger brothers, David and Robert; older sister, Cathy; and his walking companion, his dog, Foster.
A visitation will be held at Nadeau Family Funeral Home on Sunday, April 28, from 4 to 8 p.m. Services will be held Monday, April 29, at 8 a.m. at Nadeau Family Funeral Home, followed by military burial ceremonies at Sacramento Valley National Cemetery in Dixon, honoring Tech. Sgt. Lawrence Brambley's service and life.
Reception following services to be held at the Vacaville Veterans Hall at 11 a.m. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Vacaville Veterans Association.
Published in The Reporter on May 3, 2013
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