Hi Bonnie - what memories of John we all have when you were both in Geneva - a great guy - we'll all miss him. I also remember taking you both to Stratford upon Avon's Royal Shakespeare Theatre to see Peer Gynt performed - a great evening.
Ann D (Broadway, UK)
Dear Bonnie, I am still in shock that I will never hear John's delightful laugh and participate in so many scintillating conversations. A finer man there never was. My heart goes out to you, my friend. - Nancy SM
Bonnie, I am devastated by John's death, as I know you must be. John was a stalwart colleague, and a true gentleman. He was kind to me and always willing to lend a helping hand and a gentle guide. He will be missed. Although we are never prepared for this loss, I know you will call on your considerable strength and make it through. Please know that you will be in my prayers at this difficult time, and always.
Dear Bonnie, We are so sorry to hear of John's passing, and your great loss. Please accept our sincerest condolences. John was an incredible person who will be greatly missed. Leslie Finn and Mike Horner (Coppet Switzerland)
More than a week after John passed away I have still difficulties to accept that we will never again have the exceptional kind of discussions we had since January 1995, when we met for the first time in Givrins. After you settled in Newburyport in 1999 we continued as before. The distance didn't matter at all. Our subsequent encounters at your place or at ours were 'diamonds in the sky'. John was truly an extraordinary friend.