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Obituary: Michael James Bevins

In loving memory of my son Michael James Bevins (Miketallica). Born Nov 30, 1976. Passed away, Aug. 22, 2012.

My son loved playing his music, snowboarding, going to metal concerts, hiking through the woods around Tahoe. Michael loved life.

He went to school in Kings Beach his whole life and loved living at the beautiful lake he’d affectionately call the puddle.



He was preceded in death by his father: Joe Montano (12-2011) of Truckee, Calif. Grandmother’s Carol Clarke (1975) and Connie Clarke (2007) of Truckee, Calif.

He is survived by his mother Dee Bevins of Kings Beach, Calif., Grandfather Foster Clarke of Truckee, Uncle Jim Bevins and Toni, Uncle Mike, Uncle Darryel and Aunt Stella Higginbotham. Aunt Maria Montano-Thurman of Oklahoma, Aunt (Livie) Mary Allan of Oklahoma, Sister Bernie Ridgeway of Marysville, Calif. Sister Josie Elstrom of Montana. Cousins: Josh, Nick, Amanda and Randy, Teddy, Daniel, Tara, Arielle and Kevin, and Austin, plus many more relatives.


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