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July 28, 2005
Well, Dad, it's been almost 4 years since we lost you. I'm sitting at home at your computer desk looking at your pictures. I still cry all the time. You are so beautiful in the pictures with that smile! Whenever we're on Lake Michigan the kids and I kiss our 2 fingers and touch the water and say, we love and miss you. Somehow that old Lake brings me some peace. I haven't been sailing since we took our last sail with you. I miss sailing, I miss you. I think of you everyday and love you with all my heart!
September 19, 2001
To all who loved Skippy,

I only met Skippy a few times, but I liked him immediately. He was gentle, kind, friendly. I remember going out to dinner with Susie & Skip when Skip and I went to Chicago a few years ago at Thanksgiving time. It was such a nice evening, and I will remember it always.

I was so sad to hear the news of Skippy's death. I have been privileged to hear many stories of Skippy from my Skip, and to grieve with him over the loss of his wonderful friend. Everywhere we sail, Skip remembers being there with Skippy, and he is often pensive and quiet, and then tells me one of his memories. I feel honored to hear those memories and to continue to learn what was so special about Skippy.

Skippy is sorely missed. The whole family is in my prayers.

Sincerely,
Jean
September 4, 2001
Dear Allison Family,
I am sorry for your loss. It is so difficult to understand why things happen to change our lives so unexpectedly. Enjoy every day to its fullest and let those you love know it.

I worked with Kate Gibbons and often saw her mom giving of herself to the children at Northeast School. How lucky they were to have Kate and her mom! I fortunate I am to know Kate.
August 31, 2001
Skippy - If Johnny can talk to you this way, so can I. You were in my life from the time I was 8 and gave me the 5 greatest nieces and nephews a person could ask for. You had every right to be proud of them. You were more than a brother-in-law to Skip and I; you were and will forever be a part of our hearts and a part of our family. We miss you dearly but remember you as one of the most caring, gentle and fun individuals who passed through our lives too quickly. The trips to Wisconsin, spending every summer with you helping with the kids, the Christmas Eves that we all stayed up to put toys together, Aunt Jemima coffee cake on Saturday summer mornings, the job you got me at Quaker, and growing up with you make for some mighty fine memories.
The best one is of your smile and laugh and that is the image I have now and will always remember. You left a hole in all of us with your passing, but enough smiles to eventually fill it. I miss you.
Cook
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