Sep. 17, 1928 Gonzales Monterey County California, USA
From the Gonzales Tribune, Thursday, September 20, 1928: "Charles Badasci, Retired Dairyman, Interred Yesterday Charles Badasci, retired dairyman, succumbed to a chronic aliment at his home on the corner Ninth and Elko streets about 1 o'clock Monday afternoon, and was interred in the Gonzales cemetery yesterday morning. Deceased, who was a native of Gondola, Switzerland, had attained the age of 70 years. He leave his wife, Appolonia Badasci, and two brothers, Antone and Peter Badasci, of San Jose. Altho Mr. Badasci had been ailing for the past year, he had been up town the day previous to his death, and it was not until Monday morning that he was seriously ill. The deceased came to California from Switzerland about forty-five years ago, settling on a diary near Gonzales. He later engaged in the diary business at Coburn, near King City, selling his interests there about twelve years ago and retiring from business. Since that time he had made his home in Gonzales. The funeral services were held in St. Theodore's church, Fr. J. J. Thummell officiating. Pallbearers were Sam and Emilio Yop, John Rubbo, Anselmo Mojica and G. Gall, all of Gonzales, and G. L. Martella of Salinas."