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In memory of Brian Raab 


Brian Robert Raab passed away on January 2, 2018 after years of battling Schizophrenia and addiction, at the age of 38. Brian was diagnosed with Schizophrenia at age 19, while studying Mathematics at Stanford University—a "Beautiful Mind" story, he was very intelligent with all of the potential in the world. He spent twenty years battling this serious mental illness, and was never able to realize his dreams of graduating from Stanford and pursuing a career that utilized his immense talents. He leaves behind his parents, Robert J. Raab, Jr. and Kathleen A. Raab, and four siblings: Meghan, Colleen, Sophia, and Jason. 

The Raab family hopes that your donations to Plan of California in Brian's name will help other young men and women who are struggling like he did. While there is no cure for Schizophrenia, with the right medication and therapy, it can be controlled. The Raab family thanks you for your contributions to this worthy cause. 

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