Tony Martin-Vegue, left, his wife Christina Kerby holding a photo of her father Wilson Kerby, Wilson's wife Bonnie Banks, and Wilson's son Logan Kerby at the home of Bonnie Banks in Sacramento on Friday, January 3, 2014. Wilson Kerby documented his diagnosis and demise on Facebook and on his blog -- and now, his widow and grown children treasure the words he left behind.
Tony Martin-Vegue, left, his wife Christina Kerby holding a photo of her father Wilson Kerby, Wilson's wife Bonnie Banks, and Wilson's son Logan Kerby at the home of Bonnie Banks in Sacramento on Friday, January 3, 2014. Wilson Kerby documented his diagnosis and demise on Facebook and on his blog -- and now, his widow and grown children treasure the words he left behind. Randall Benton RBenton@sacbee.com
Tony Martin-Vegue, left, his wife Christina Kerby holding a photo of her father Wilson Kerby, Wilson's wife Bonnie Banks, and Wilson's son Logan Kerby at the home of Bonnie Banks in Sacramento on Friday, January 3, 2014. Wilson Kerby documented his diagnosis and demise on Facebook and on his blog -- and now, his widow and grown children treasure the words he left behind. Randall Benton RBenton@sacbee.com

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