REMEMBERED: Bruce Bramson, who long worked for renaissance faires in California, lived in Tomales for over two decades and served as chair of the Design Review committee.   By Venta Leon

Bruce Bramson of Tomales, known for his love of community, friendly demeanor and expansive intellect, died on Sept. 13 of a recurrence of cancer. He passed one week before his 70th birthday.

Bruce, who spent decades working at Renaissance faires in California, loved to tell stories, listen to music, read widely and meet and talk to people . . .