J. Irvine Bingham Born: October 8, 1936, at Burley, Idaho Death: December 28, 2020, at Placerville, CA Parents: Elden Duane Bingham and Mona LoLita Lowe Bingham Siblings: Bruce Duane Bingham (deceased) and Claudia Marie Bingham Rudser Marriage: Married Jean Evans on December 17, 1958, in Salt Lake Temple Children: Kevin Duane, Nina Jeanette Catron, Sandra Kozette DeStefano, Lawrence Edmund, Kim Irvine, Sara Lynette, Todd Steven and Darrell Alex. Grandchildren: 15 Great Grandchildren: 6 Education: Graduated from Emmett High School in 1954 as the Salutatorian (with awards for band and piano); Earned BS degree from WSU in 1961; Earned Doctor of Veterinarian Medicine (DVM) from Washington State University, 1963. Church: Member of Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Mission in Western States from 1956 to 1958 Positions held: Bishop, High Council; Counselor in Bishopric; Executive Secretary to four stake presidents; Teacher; Music chairman and choir director; and numerous others. Work: Held several part-time jobs while attending school; Partner with Dr. Garner Harston for 10 years; Self-employed as a general practice veterinarian for 57 years and still actively practicing until his death. After 1973 his business was called Green Valley Animal Clinic with offices in Folsom (later El Dorado Hills), Cool, Greenwood, and Georgetown, CA. In 1976 he was elected as the San Juan Water Board president. Locations: After graduation from WSU he lived in Orangevale, El Dorado Hills (Folsom), and Georgetown, CA Burial at Green Valley Cemetery in Cameron Park, CA. Due to the Covid-19 Pandemic private family services will be held at Green Valley Mortuary. The Funeral Service can be viewed online at greenvalleymortuary.com Saturday, January 9, 2021 at 12:00pm. Click on the Livestream link at the top of the page in the green banner.