Eugene "Gene" Bara

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Eugene "Gene" Bara
Purchased in Wyoming antique mall. Labeled Gene Bara. Via found he is son of Michael "Mike" Bara and Ellen Balough. He was born 1921 in Superior Wyoming and died 1990 Palm Springs, California. Hope someone will enjoy this beautiful high school photo
Date & Place: in Rock Springs, Sweetwater County, Wyoming 82901, United States
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Eugene Bara
Eugene Bara was born in 1921 in Superior, Sweetwater County, Wyoming United States. Eugene was baptized at Riverside County in California, United States. Eugene Bara died at age 69 years old in 1990 in Palm Springs, Riverside County, California Palm Springs, CA, USA.
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