He came to town another Cowboy. A boy scout. He graduated from Cal Poly. Got a job as a Rodeo Clown. Went to San Lucas to work as a Cowboy and Ranch Hand at Eade’s Feed Lot. There He met Melvina. They married in 1961, together for 56 years. They became entrepreneur’s operating the Wildhorse Café. With Melvina’s support they opened Wildhorse Propane, The Ciudad Store, Motel and Trailer Park. His leisure included fishing, and hunting all over North America, Canada and Mexico. Bruce was always ready to help Ranchers herding cattle. A devoted Husband, Father, NRA Member; even was president of SoMoCo Fire Board.
Loving Father, Husband. Son Steve and Kathie provided support. When He arrived no one noticed him. Last Saturday his burial conducted by the Eddington Funeral home was the classiest departing I ever witnessed. KRKCCountry.com is proud to present Jean Dodson playing Amazing Grace.
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We have been in South County longer than you have! The Call Letters stand for Radio King City. We signed on in 1959 on 1570 kHz with 250 watts daytime only. In 1963 it moved to 1490 kHz so it could stay on the air full-time. In April, 2012 our station began broadcasting in stereo on 104.9 MHz. The 104.9 signal is FM translatorK285FW. Licensed to King City, California, it serves the South Monterey County area. The station is currently owned by King City Communications Corporation