Photo courtesy of Habing Family Funeral Home - Gilroy

Reginald Luis Bravo

Jan 19, 1925 - May 1, 2014 (Age 89)

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Meeting Reggie for the first time was like meeting a lifelong special and Beloved friend of many years. Between tractor services, he would periodically visit our home and have some good times talking story,and experience hearty,long, laughter. He knew and strive to make, and accomplish things better. One of my experiences with him was buying mushroom compost for the best price. I thought I had negotiated the best for 5 yards of compost. After spending with him the better part of the day...

We are so saddened by the news of Reggie's passing. We were out of town and therefore missed his memorial service. Reggie was a wonderful man and we respected him for just telling folks how he felt; there was no beating around the bush. I remember at one of the first San Martin Neighborhood Alliance (SMNA) meetings when the community was rallying to have a voice, he stood up and told people to put their money where their mouths were...and he took his hat off and expected them to make a...

Reggie had the greatest laugh and smile. I used to do whatever it took to hear it. What I wouldn't give for it once more. I will truly miss you on this earth. Until we meet again. Love you Coach

Reggie was a very dear friend to us. We loved him deeply. We will truly miss him.

My condolences to the Bravo family over the loss of REG SR. ..He was a friend of mine for many years when I lived in San martin..KW KLAVER

Reggie with my grandson

Our family become friends with Reggie as he disced our property for several years. Our friendship continued after he gave up tractor work. We'd ship packages for him at Christmas time. He'd drop off a CHP hat as payment. I borrowed a chicken cage from him, and he'd come over for figs.

Every year when he came over to tractor he would take a picture of our daughter, from primary school thru to college.

Reggie was funny, kind, giving, just an all around nice guy.

Reggie and grandson (Ford)


Reginald's Obituary

Reginald (“Reggie”) Luis Bravo of San Martin passed away on May 1, 2014 at home surrounded by his family.  Reggie was born in Lemoore, CA  January 19, 1925, one of nine children.  Reggie served his country in the military police of the U.S. Army/Air Corp during World War II. Shortly after...

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