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Cheers to Bill Sirago, former owner of Bunce’s Place in Grass Valley

W illiam ‘bill’ sirago passed away on Saturday, March 23, 2019 at Crystal Ridge Care Home surrounded by his family and friends. He lived to the ripe old age of 99. William Sirago was born in Denver, CO, to Vincent and Carmella Sirago. He moved to Grass Valley, from Denver, in 1939 and went to work in the Empire Mine until 1942, when he enlisted in the Navy.

A preview of what LinkedIn members have to say about William: Bill was a top shelf manager that not only built strong relationships for the cattle and livestock industry in Wyoming which was a $2.

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Did you make any money? It was a real sociable place." In the sixties Breuer remembers a cafe addition to Bunce’s which was open around the clock. Bill Sirago and his wife bought the bar in 1955 and ran the place until 1983. "We modernized it in 1959. Cleaned it up, put in new flooring and walls and added a women’s rest room." Sirago said.

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Family and friends are invited to a celebrate Sirago’s life at 4 p.m., April 28 at the Nevada City Elks Lodge. “Sometimes you want to go” – well, you know the song and associated bar. In Grass Valley,

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In Grass Valley, "Cheers" was embodied by Bunce’s Place – at least according to many who frequented the bar until it closed in 2009. Last month, longtime owner William "Bill" Sirago, 99, died.

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