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Bud Anderson Nominated to California Hall of Fame

Congressman Doug LaMalfa and Senator Jim Nielson submitted an application to the induct colonel bud Anderson into the Californian hall of Fame. Congressman LaMalfa asked the city of Auburn to share their support for the nomination. Auburn Mayor Kevin Hanley drafted a letter approved by the city council at last Monday’s meeting encouraging the inclusion of the prominent Californian who was born in Oakland grew up in New Castle and lives in Auburn.

Bud Anderson nomination

With over 30-years of distinguished military service, Colonel Bud Anderson, a triple ace fighter pilot, flying 116 missions in his P-51 Mustang Old Crow. The City has named a street after the colonel and is in the process of raising funds for a bronze statue of the National hero to be placed at the air port in Auburn.


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