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dandrWe are deeply saddened by the news that on Monday, July 23, 2012 Dennis Avery had passed away.

Keep his family, his wife Sally Tsui Wong-Avery and his children in your thoughts and prayers.

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In The News

Borrego Sun
by Judy Winter Meier
June 30, 1994

Galleta Meadows Dedicated
Historic marker honors Anza's compatriots, local woman

The name of Juan Bautista de Anza is familiar to many in the Borrego area. The Spanish explorer who twice corssed the valley while establishing a land route from Mexico to settlements on the coast is well-remembered with many namesakes - from streets to a country club, and businesses to historical markers.

However, two members of his expeditions, Seb Tarabal and Jose Joaquin Moraga, are virtually unknown, even thought they made significant contributions to the success of the journeys.


UT San Diego
Written by J. Harry Jones
4:34 p.m., July 24, 2012

Philanthropist Dennis Avery dies at 71

Philanthropist Dennis Avery, a hero of Borrego Springs and the Chinese-American community of San Diego, died Monday night in San Diego surrounded by family and friends.

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SWB - Fayetteville, Arkansas

In early August, while on a business trip to San Diego, my wife and I recently visited our good friend Hz in Julian. Hz told us the story of Mr. Avery and Mr. Breceda and the Sky Art project and took us on a tour of the Galleta Meadows Sky was awesome! We lived in San Diego 32 years ago while I was in the military and visited Anza Borrego Desert and Mount Laguna many times. After we returned home we received a note from Hz informing us of the passing of Mr. Avery. I never met him but from what I've seen and read Mr. Avery must have enjoyed life.

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