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This then led him to the Yolo County Environmental Health Department, where he worked for many years.
However, his most cherished accomplishment was his family, as husband to wife Annette and father to Alec and Gianna.
While working as a teacher, he graduated from what was then Sacramento State with a master's degree in education administration.
After graduation, he spent a year as a Fulbright scholar in Antigua.
He was principal of Del Campo High School for 17 years, retiring in 1978. Bode had a strong interest in photography and shot pictures for two books written by his wife, Frances, who preceded him in death.
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.The world seems darker without this kind, humorous, loving man in it.He was a loving husband and best friend of Sharon, a proud father to son David (Laura), stepson Douglas Calvert (Naomi), stepdaughter Jeray Huerta and in Santa Barbara stepchildren Becki Norton (Doug) and Daniel Hess.His photographs can be found at the California Academy of Sciences in San Francisco and in private collections.He also enjoyed traveling throughout North and Central America, Africa, Europe, New Zealand, Japan and Hawaii. Bode belonged to Rotary International, Sierra Camera Club, Sacramento Delta Council and Photographic Society of America.
He is also survived by his mother Audrey Mistretta of Sacramento, sister Debbie Bingham, niece Cheyenne Bingham, and father Chuck Bingham, all of Texas.