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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.
He is also survived by his mother Audrey Mistretta of Sacramento, sister Debbie Bingham, niece Cheyenne Bingham, and father Chuck Bingham, all of Texas.
After high school, Robert served honorably in the US Army Nuclear Security program from 1975-1978 stationed in Germany.
He also was a member of the Army Special Service basketball team.
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Robert Anthony Bingham Robert Anthony Bingham was a dynamic individual who cherished the spirit and hope of young people that eventually led him down a path of coaching high school sports, ensuring the health and safety of communities through environmental health, and raising a loving family.
He left this world peacefully at home at the age of 49 on June 28th, 2006, in Sacramento, surrounded by his children, wife, and very close friends.
Born in Portland, Oregon on March 8th, 1957, Robert grew up in Carmichael and attended Encina High School where he was active in basketball, football, and baseball.He was born on February 19 1929 as third son of Dr.Louis and Hope Braafladt in Minot, North Dakota, survived by son John and daughter Joanne and wife Jeanette. Graduated in music education from Pacific Lutheran University Tacoma Washington, Master degree from University of Washington and Sacramento, State choir director of many church choirs, retired from San Juan Unified School District as a music teacher. He played baseball for El Camino HS (class of '58) and for Sacramento State College (now CSUS) from '59-'62.There as a docent in the Vaquero room he shared his vast knowledge of early California history. His writing classes in Sacramento and Davis were an important part of his life. Music was another talent of his with a beautiful singing voice and the ability to play many instruments. He inspired many, gave hope to many and was a true friend.As a speaker of a number of languages he left a lasting impression with visitors that came to the Fort from all over the world and many stayed in touch after they left. Even with two Master's degrees he talked about working on an MFA. Quick witted and a consummate punster his knowledge and humor was legendary. A memorial service is scheduled for pm on Friday September 18, 2015, at Trinity Cathedral at 2620 Capitol Avenue, Sacramento, CA 95816.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.