Born in Bakersfield, California in July, 1930.
Passed away January 9, 2018 at age 87 due to declining health.
Graduated with a Masters in Architecture from U.C. Berkeley.
Married in 1953.
Raised 10 kids, a natural daughter and 8 sons, and afterwards, finished raising a second daughter after his cousin passed away suddenly.
Founder of the architectural firm, Cabak, Randall, Jasper, Griffiths Associates (CRJG) in Menlo Park, specializing in bay area commercial and industrial buildings.
After retiring from architecture, went back to college/seminary school, was ordained a Catholic priest in 2000, weeks before turning 70.
Served in the diocese of Baker, Oregon for 5 years.
Loved to show dogs, watch football, and was an avid card player.
Predeceased by his ex-wife, Marilyn, two of his sons, David and Edward, and his brother, Charles.
Survived by his daughters, Diana and Jennifer, and six sons, Andrew, Anthony, Thomas, Raymond, Carl, and Richard.