Remembering Amaral |

Remembering Amaral

The passing of Frank Amaral on March 5, 2007, marks the end of his personal involvement in many Nevada County programs in which he took part. His philanthropy and that of his family, truly has and will continue to have a great impact on the culture and fabric of this entire community. Frank Amaral’s life is one that truly made a difference and we can all feel that the Nevada County area is a better place because the Amaral family lives here.

Beth and Dick Landis

Nevada County

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