Here are Ray Sato and Dorothy (Suguro) Sato in the 1950s. They were married February 12, 1950. Want to know more about them? Check out this year's "Cemetery Tales." Cemetery Tales will be live-streamed this year. Just click through to buy your tickets, and you will see actors portray not only Ray Sato, but Jose and Maria Castilla, Cap McCan, Arline Winchell Moore, Hattie Redmond, Reuben Crawford, as well as Nathaniel, Mary, and Henry Coe.
Category: [Downtown Hood River]
What a beautiful photo.
Is she missing her left arm or is it just not in the sleeve?
L.E. on 27th September 2021 @ 8:01am
Ray must have been in the military while the rest of his family was in prison camps.
What a shameful time in our history and yet they came back to Hood River to be the backbone of our orchard industry.
What a handsome couple.
nels on 27th September 2021 @ 9:51am
Dorothy is alive and very well at 98! Their son Gordy is still running the orchard and is devoted to his mom.
Jay on 27th September 2021 @ 11:31am
Kyle on 27th September 2021 @ 11:48am
Is Ray the one who drover a yellow Cadillac and always hada cigar in his mouth and hit every yard sale?
nels on 27th September 2021 @ 1:21pm
Wonderful image. I can see where Gordy gets his good looks and snazzy dressing!
pbr on 27th September 2021 @ 2:49pm
Nels, the person you are thinking of is Mitsuge Tamiyasu.
cg on 27th September 2021 @ 4:57pm