Please contribute to the :
Sal Sage Memorial Scholarship Fund at your local Wells Fargo Bank Branch
Tell the bank teller: I want to donate to the Salvador Fuentes Trust
Wells Fargo Account 2475791394
The scholarship will be given to a music student that will contribute in some form to Western Music.
Sal Sage Western Music Entertainer passes away.
Born in Mountain View California as Salvador Fuentes on October 29, 1931 and raised in San Francisco.
Began singing Western Music at 20 years old. This tradition carried on for 50 years. A member of Screen Actors Guild Sal worked in commercials and as a movie extra. Sal Sage began working as a young man in the Union Stockyards and became a butcher by trade in San Francisco. He began moonlighting in local honky tonks and music soon became his passion. Sal was best known for entertainment at
Sal with his Gibson Jumbo 200
the Red Bluff Gelding Sale, Grand National Livestock Expo, and many other cowboy functions. He resided in Lincoln, CA with his loving wife Georgia for the past eleven and a half years.
Sal Sage is survived by his sister Anita Schulte, Baileyville, KS; Juanita Phillips Daly City, CA; brother Joe Fuentes San Francisco, CA. and three step daughters and one son in law. Tammy Tokash, Fort Worth, TX; Virginia & Brian VanDyke, Rio Oso, CA; and Mollie Worden, Saginaw,TX; and nine grandchildren.
Sal Sage at the Rancho
Donations can be made to the
Sal Sage Memorial Western Music Scholarship fund at:
Wells Fargo Bank in Account # 2475791394
Services to be held at the LDS Church in Lincoln, CA on Tuesday June 12 at 11:00 AM. Burial to follow at the Manzanita Cemetery.