Irving Biron

Pleasanton, California

1924 - 2014

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My husband and I met Irv at Castro Village Bowl in Castro Valley. He was part of our team and also a member of Amador Match Club. Irv was a real joy to be around always happy and would say hello to everybody. God speed my friend. My prayers go out to Irv's family, he is with God now teaching him how to bowl.

So sorry for the loss of Biron (as my Dad fondly called hiim). He was a great friend to my Dad, Caesar. They survived the sinking vessel USS Block Island and then took a memorable trip together to New York. He had attended many of our family functions & was a joy to have around & loved to take pictures. Rest in peace, Irv

May the love of friends and family carry you through your grief.

You enjoyed life to the fullness. Always in my heart, my friend

Irving was a wonderful person and he was a happy person and he was very helpful to the staff at salem staff in the memory care. He was not angry about anything. RIP Irv!.


Irving's Obituaries

Irving A. Biron

Jan. 7, 1924 – April 7, 2014

Resident of Oakland

A veteran of World War II, Irv passed away on April 7, 2014. He was born in Oakland, January 7, 1924 to Mary and John Biron.

Irv graduated from Roosevelt High School in January, 1942, then enlisted in the U.S....

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