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November 27, 2013
Ivan and I were pals in college when he lived at the "Caruthers Hilton" in Portland. We were lucky enough to cross paths in Germany, and we got together when he came out west for visits, as well as one time when I made it to Decatur. We always had lots of laughs over a few beers. We will miss you Ivan!
September 25, 2013
I remember Mr. Bailey from many,many years ago when he had a shop at the old Murray Mill.
My friend, Kimo Chamberlain had a neon bending shop there also and he thought very highly of Mr.Bailey.
He was a nice man with a remarkable gift for creating art.

Godspeed to him.
September 24, 2013
He was a very special person. I will always treasure working with him.
September 18, 2013
Ivan played a defining role in my past, being influential in my becoming established as a young adult in Savannah, GA, many years ago. When he and Janet and Oliver moved away, I lost track of the family. I too, have relocated, but a friend who follows such things today brought the news of Ivan's passing to my attention. So sorry to hear but, through the connection, I was able to visit his Facebook page to learn that the same vitality, humbly grateful appreciation of life, and "cock-eyed optimism" for which I so fondly remember him, defined Ivan as he continued on his path. The world has lost a truly talented artist who was obviously devoted to and adored by his family and friends. He has left a legacy that will be cherished. Happy trails, Ivan ...
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