Bud (Raymond , a.k.a. Raimundo ) Reichmuth passed away April 17 in Fairbanks at the age of 73 with his wife, Cindy by his side.
He was born in Fallbrook Calif. in 1950. As a young man he ventured out to see the world beyond his hometown of Glendora, Ca. He traveled throughout Canada and whetted his appetite for more adventures.
He and his wife Cindy, lived and worked in British Colombia before coming to Alaska in 1975. They settled in Fairbanks where he worked as a carpenter for several construction and roofing companies.
In 2009 he went back to school at TVC earning a certificate in Occupational Health , Safety and Environmental Awareness in a fast track program that he exceled in, completing a 2 year course in 1 year with a 4.0 GPA.
Winters they were off to new adventures all over Latin America and they found their piece of paradise in Trancoso,Bahia, Brasil.
He is survived by his wife Cindy, his loving dog Lucy, his mother, siblings, many cousins and many, many friends from around the world.
Cindy's family will have a Celebration of Life for him in Sept. in Roseville, Ca. There will also be a large, festive nighttime Celebration of Life in his beloved Trancoso with the spreading of his ashes on the beach at sunrise.
Known for his harmonica playing, his openness and acceptance of anyone, his generosity, infectious smile and sparkling blue eyes , his joking ways and his quest seeking spiritual enlightenment, he had a big impact on everyone he met and will be greatly missed by his many friends and family around the world.
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