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October 13, 2015


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Sally Hanson

Sorry for the loss of a beloved community member. He was a very important part. I love the small community connectedness and how ever everything is felt so much more intensely. Love the memorial.

Jennifer Woodhull

Ouch. I'm sorry to learn of your loss, Kathy. Having lived in a small community myself, I have some sense of what a hole this death must leave for you all. Thinking of you with love and empathy.

Debra Biasca

Sorry for your loss, Kathy; but I like the point that this is a loss that helps you appreciate the community.

Though I live in the city and due to the efforts of some very special people who live here, we have achieved a little community here, too, on our city block, for which I am also grateful and also sometimes sad.

Julene Bair

Sorry for your loss of this beloved community member, Kathy. You write so beautifully about the connections you've made there--the types of connections I think most of us long for and miss in the city.

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