Local Obituaries

Local Obituaries

Richard Denison made history, helped preserve it

After more than three decades of service with the U.S. Army Air Force and California Air National Guard, Richard Denison went to work for the California State Railroad Museum, working to preserve the history of railroads. A veteran of 42 combat missions as a navigator during World War II, he died April 1, four weeks shy of his 95th birthday.

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