George Alan Keyser
June 18, 1922
September 5, 2019
George "Bud" Keyser, 97, long time resident of Ramona passed away peacefully surrounded by his family on September 5th. Bud was born in Long Beach, California to George and Florene (Palmer) Keyser. The family moved to Ramona in 1939 and he graduated from Ramona High school.
After high school, he worked on the B-24 bomber program. Once the war came, Bud went into the Army Air Corps where he found himself assigned to a unit with B-24 bombers and he knew just how to take care of and fix them. He served proudly in the Pacific Theatre and afterwards returned to his home in Ramona. While attending a dance one evening he met Lena Marie Fuhrman. They married on September 7, 1946 and had two sons, Edward and Barry.
Throughout his life Bud made a living doing a variety of things. He worked as a computer programmer for Bank of America and later at Ransom Brothers where he was known as the "hardware guy", He loved to golf and go bowling but, fishing was always his favorite thing to do.
Bud lost his beloved Lena in 1994 and his son Edward passed away in 2017. He is survived by his son Barry and (Margaret) Keyser, daughter in-law Sharon Keyser, as well as eight grandchildren, 22 great grandchildren and one great, great grandchild,
He will be laid to rest beside his wife Lena, in a private family ceremony at Nuevo Memory Gardens.
Bonham Bros & Stewart Mortuary and Cremation Service is assisting the family.
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