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Christopher William Prentice of San Francisco, CA

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Christopher William Prentice of San Francisco, CA
By Linus Joseph Dewald Jr., Editor
Summer 2015 and Revised 26 Apr 2015

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Unknown Parents.

  1. Andrew Prentice, probably born in Rodesia, Africa. He m. Sue and in 2012 lived in Australia.
  2. John Prentice, probably born in Rodesia, Afreica. He m. Gloria and in 2012 lived in Australia.
  3. Christopher William Prentice was b. in 1945 in Tanzania, Africa. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . [2]

2. Christopher William Prentice was b. in 1945 in Tanzania, Africa and d. 27 Mar 2012 in San Francisco, CA. His obituary reads as follows:

    Newspaper Obituary and Death Notice, San Francisco Chronicle (CA) - Sunday, April 1, 2012.

    Christopher William Prentice Passed away on Tuesday, March 27, 2012 after a long 3-year battle with cancer.He is survived by two loving brothers and their wives, Andrew and Sue, John and Gloria, who reside in Australia, which include 5 nieces and 5 nephews. He also leaves many grieving friends and neighbors including his beloved dogs, Nkosi and Zini.

    Chris was born in Tanzania Africa in 1945. He first lived in Brisbane, California and moved to the desert in 2006. His first job after graduating from Cape Town University was working as an inspector deep in the South African mines. In 1979, he became a computer programmer and in 1983 moved to Calgary Canada.

    In 1983, he moved to San Francisco and began working for CSAA as a computer programmer, from where he retired in 2003. He became a proud American citizen in 1990. Chris was a real gentleman, a quiet gentle man with a big heart and a beautiful smile for everyone. He was involved with Guide Dogs of the Desert where he raised service dogs for the blind. He will be sorely missed by all who were lucky enough to know and love him. There will be a traditional African Mabzinu in one year's time to celebrate his life and the freeing of his spirit.

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