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This then led him to the Yolo County Environmental Health Department, where he worked for many years.

However, his most cherished accomplishment was his family, as husband to wife Annette and father to Alec and Gianna.

He is also survived by his mother Audrey Mistretta of Sacramento, sister Debbie Bingham, niece Cheyenne Bingham, and father Chuck Bingham, all of Texas.

Robert’s devotion to family, friends, and community left an indelible mark for everyone who knew his laughter, caring demeanor, and hopeful vision of life.

There is a large and loving family of the heart all over the United States and especially in Texas where he grew up along the border of Mexico. He was proud of his service and as a Army bandsman he spoke of being instrumental in the service of his country.

The world seems darker without this kind, humorous, loving man in it.

He was a loving husband and best friend of Sharon, a proud father to son David (Laura), stepson Douglas Calvert (Naomi), stepdaughter Jeray Huerta and in Santa Barbara stepchildren Becki Norton (Doug) and Daniel Hess.

He was principal of Del Campo High School for 17 years, retiring in 1978. Bode had a strong interest in photography and shot pictures for two books written by his wife, Frances, who preceded him in death.

He also wrote a book, "The Floral Designer's Guide to Photography," and was the photographer for members of the Arrangers Guild.

There is a large and loving family of the heart all over the United States and especially in Texas where he grew up along the border of Mexico. He was proud of his service and as a Army bandsman he spoke of being instrumental in the service of his country.

The world seems darker without this kind, humorous, loving man in it.

He was a loving husband and best friend of Sharon, a proud father to son David (Laura), stepson Douglas Calvert (Naomi), stepdaughter Jeray Huerta and in Santa Barbara stepchildren Becki Norton (Doug) and Daniel Hess.

He was principal of Del Campo High School for 17 years, retiring in 1978. Bode had a strong interest in photography and shot pictures for two books written by his wife, Frances, who preceded him in death.

He also wrote a book, "The Floral Designer's Guide to Photography," and was the photographer for members of the Arrangers Guild.

His photographs can be found at the California Academy of Sciences in San Francisco and in private collections.