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October 19, 2018

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November 27, 2017
I was privileged to have known Jay for the last 10 years. It was a good day when Jay called the office. I always enjoyed his humor and wit. Lianne, Jillian and I will miss him.
My deepest sympathies to Dianne, his sons and their families.
The "other" Jay
November 13, 2017
Jay was a friend and mentor when I joined the New England Region SCCA as a flagger in 1991. He was quick to share his knowledge, a smile, a hearty laugh, and a beer. I have very fond memories hanging around campfires (and the roasting pit) at the track, drinking beer, telling lies, and laughing about almost everything. Rest in peace my friend, rest in peace.
November 11, 2017
Jay was one of my heroes from the racetrack, I will never forget his humor, coin tricks or his beer. Thanks for everything you taught me, Brian Miller.
November 11, 2017
Jay, we knew each other from about the age of 6. From grade school, thru scouting, then you went to gonzaga, no pun intended.We were always close but distance prevailed and we lost contact, but never our friendship. You were always special and I'll drink a beer or 2 to that my friend. My love to the family and see you on the other side, Major Wes