Oakdale resident Baron McDonald, right, and Jack Sutton, left, were like brothers when they were in the Sierra Children’s Home and later together in a foster home. When they turned 18, Sutton joined the Marines and McDonald went to college. They didn’t see each other again for 41 years, when McDonald flew to Tucson for a visit lasting a couple of days beginning Nov. 5. Two weeks later, on Nov. 19, Sutton died from kidney and liver ailments.
Oakdale resident Baron McDonald, right, and Jack Sutton, left, were like brothers when they were in the Sierra Children’s Home and later together in a foster home. When they turned 18, Sutton joined the Marines and McDonald went to college. They didn’t see each other again for 41 years, when McDonald flew to Tucson for a visit lasting a couple of days beginning Nov. 5. Two weeks later, on Nov. 19, Sutton died from kidney and liver ailments. BARON MC DONALD
Oakdale resident Baron McDonald, right, and Jack Sutton, left, were like brothers when they were in the Sierra Children’s Home and later together in a foster home. When they turned 18, Sutton joined the Marines and McDonald went to college. They didn’t see each other again for 41 years, when McDonald flew to Tucson for a visit lasting a couple of days beginning Nov. 5. Two weeks later, on Nov. 19, Sutton died from kidney and liver ailments. BARON MC DONALD

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