In memory of
Harold Joseph Gingerich
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In memory of
Harold Joseph Gingerich
Harold Joseph Gingerich - - Harold Joseph "Joe" Gingerich, peacefully passed away in his home surrounded by his family on July 30, 2019, one day shy of his 87th birthday. Joe was born in Colorado City, Texas and was raised by his beloved mother Mary Alice Carlos. He spent his teen years in Alameda, California. When the Korean War began, Joe, without hesitation, enlisted in the Air Force. After his term of service, he came home from Germany and entered Hastings Law School which lead to a 40 year commitment to justice and equality. From the mid-sixties through 2009 Joe lived in San Jose and raised his three sons, Burk, Ryan and Grant. In 2009 he began a new journey. He and his love, Alexis Himes, moved to Palm Desert where they settled into a place they loving called home in Avondale Golf Club. Joe spent each day vigorously playing golf and tennis and always enjoyed a good glass of cabernet. He was the picture of a good life that was well lived. Joe is survived by his partner Alexis, three sons, three grandchildren, and three great-grandchildren. While he will be missed, he will most certainly always be remembered with love.
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In memory of
Harold Joseph Gingerich
Harold Joseph Gingerich - - Harold Joseph "Joe" Gingerich, peacefully passed away in his home surrounded by his family on July 30, 2019, one day shy of his 87th birthday. Joe was born in Colorado City, Texas and was raised by his beloved mother Mary Alice Carlos. He spent his teen years in Alameda, California. When the Korean War began, Joe, without hesitation, enlisted in the Air Force. After his term of service, he came home from Germany and entered Hastings Law School which lead to a 40 year commitment to justice and equality. From the mid-sixties through 2009 Joe lived in San Jose and raised his three sons, Burk, Ryan and Grant. In 2009 he began a new journey. He and his love, Alexis Himes, moved to Palm Desert where they settled into a place they loving called home in Avondale Golf Club. Joe spent each day vigorously playing golf and tennis and always enjoyed a good glass of cabernet. He was the picture of a good life that was well lived. Joe is survived by his partner Alexis, three sons, three grandchildren, and three great-grandchildren. While he will be missed, he will most certainly always be remembered with love.
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