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Posted: Thursday, May 26, 2011 11:40 am

Stanley Gee, a retired Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory draftsman and founder of a business that helped introduced Asian culture to the Tri-Valley, died at his Alameda home Saturday. He was 94.

Mr. Gee's relentless defiance of the odds in his journey from China at the age of 18 to American businessman and father of five high-achieving children personified "the American dream," his son, Delbert, noted during his swearing-in speech as an Alameda County Superior Court judge in January 2003.

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