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Unfortunately it appears his exposure to Agent Orange shortened his life with us. After 32 years teaching middle and high school students in Santa Barbara and Sacramento, he retired and brought his teaching skills to the students and visitors that came to Sutter's Fort.
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.
He is also survived by his mother Audrey Mistretta of Sacramento, sister Debbie Bingham, niece Cheyenne Bingham, and father Chuck Bingham, all of Texas.
It was no surprise that his energy and devotion led him to a second career in environmental health, where, through his dedication and drive, he crafted his own special masters degree in Neuromuscular Physiology at California State University at Sacramento, which he received in 1991.He also was a member of the Army Special Service basketball team.He later coached at Encina and Rio Americano High Schools from 1978-1990, successfully taking the Encina football team to the playoffs in 1985.He joined San Juan Unified School District in 1959 as dean of boys at Encina High School.Shortly thereafter, he became vice principal at El Camino High School.