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Obituary for Robert 'Bob' James Pyshora
Memorial Service for Robert 'Bob' Pyshora, 74 of Vacaville, will be held at 11:30am on Friday, March 27th at Sacramento Valley National Cemetery in Dixon. Reception to follow at The Veterans Hall in Vacaville. Bob passed away suddenly, March 16th at Mercy San Juan Medical Center in Carmichael. He was born on Sept.10th, 1940 and resided in Vacaville all his life. In the 1960's, Bob spent two years in the US Army stationed at Fort Lewis in Washington as a carpenter for the Medical Corps. He then worked as a ranch hand at Brazelton Ranch for 20 years. Bob worked the next 20 years at Solano Irrigation District until retiring in 2000. Bob was known for having a lifelong strong work ethic which was passed down to him from his hardworking family. He strived to maintain the legacy of the family ranch property and enjoyed spending all his free time there traversing the property on his ATV. Bob had a passion for hunting, working outdoors and was a boundless source of knowledge about rural living. He had a reputation for being a jack of all trades. When he wasn't working, he enjoyed reading Western books. He was preceded in death by his mother and father, Clara and Leopold Pyshora; by sisters Helen Enos, Ruth Krause, and brother Bill Pyshora. He is survived by sisters Josephine Griffin, Leona Bell, Rita Cole and Mary Engle and brother Leo 'Bud' Pyshora. Bob was a cherished uncle to 20 nieces and nephews. Bob was beloved by his family and will be greatly missed.