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October 17, 2017
I have vivid memories of my friendship with Mike at the time when we were classmates at Middlesex, and am sorry that we were not able to re-connect since then.

Having been a guest of Mike's family at the house in Dover several times during our teenage years I knew his parents and maternal grandmother, and his sister Alison who survives him.

I never met MIke's daughter Isabel, who I understand cared for MIke for some time during his final illness. I would like to have done something that might have been helpful in perhaps adding a note of cheer or amusement for Mike at that time, but I know that well-meaning attempts don't always hit the mark.

In any case, the irreverence is something I remember. Also, the bond we shared as supposedly bright guys who were more "right-brained" in our creativity but were stuck in remedial math together where we had to suffer through hearing "You're a smart kid, you should be able to figure out this equation" - when in fact we had no clue at all what geometry was actually about!

It would have been fun to pick Mike's brain in the last few years as I have attempted to apply marketing and advertising creativity to the non-profit activities that have been my career and my retirement occupation. I know he would have come up with something ingenious that would make mental illness,cognitive disability and homelessness attractive!

Well, as a lifelong believer in reincarnation, I'm sure we will find our paths crossing again, and we'll have the chance. Meantime, Mike, I hope you can look down from what I hope is a comfortable cloud and know that I enjoyed your company back in the day!

Best wishes to you and your survivors,

Peter Brooks
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