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Marlene A. Braun


1958 - 2005
In Loving Memory of Marlene A. Braun July 3, 1958 - May 2, 2005 First Monument Manager of the Carrizo Plain National Monument The Carrizo has the greatest concentration of threatened and endangered vertebrates species as well as many plant species in California. Her many friends recall her brilliance, kindness, deep appreciation of the natural environment, her loyal friendship, and her beautiful laugh. To all of us, she was a Best Friend. We offer our sympathies and love to her mother, Rita Braun, in Cincinnati; to her sisters, Judy and Phyllis and her brother, Marc; and her Uncle Earl Hartmann in California. We will continue to fight for justice for Marlene and we will love her forever. Signed by her friends, colleagues and supporters: Janie Acra, Michael Bell, Karen Blanken, Andrea Carter, Sarah Christie, John and Sandy Doria, Rod Ebert, Peter Douglas, Sutton Edlich, John and Susan Elliott, Yan Fang, Dr. Xiaobing Zhou, Daoning, and Marlene, Jr., Stace Hallstrom, Traci Hallstrom, Joe, Mary, Josh and Shaun Hermes, Kathy Hermes, S. Kate Herz, M.D., Deborah Hillyard, Russell Hodin, Jack Huntingdon, Johna Hurl, Elizabeth Johnson, Neil Havlik, Lisa Kaiser, Alice Koch, Pilulaw Khus, Michael Khus-zarate, Edwin Liu, Kathy Long, Leigh Lowe, Alexandra Maravel, James Maravel, Richard McCaffrey, Anne McMahon, Marie Meiners, Anne Morkill, Amy and Gary Pohl, Jack Prier, Kathy Rose, Joann O'Brian Rouser, Karen Schambach, Debora Nagele Schmitt, Erika Schumacher, Kathy Sharum, Meg Silvern, Bob Stafford, Sharmon Stambaugh, Susan Steinacher, Pat Veesart, Donna Withey, Dr. Victor P. Zabielski Legacy.com
Published in Bakersfield Californian on May 2, 2006
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