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August 18, 2017

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August 18, 2017

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August 8, 2013
Dear Jane,Hellen,Sally and families

We, all the Bridges family, have loved John and all of you, since your moving to Glen Rose, many years ago. We feel blessed to have known the Graves family. I shall cherish all of his books and he was so generous when he had my husband call, from our office to ask me to bring all of my John Graves books for him to sign, He was this generous with all.

Thank you, Jane, for having our daughter, Jennifer, and myself to your home last November and having John come from his sick bed, to hug and speak to us.

We will all miss him! Love and God Bless,

The Jack Bridges Family
Glen Rose, Texas
August 8, 2013
My sympathy to the family and rest in peace John Graves.
August 5, 2013
After my father gave me "Goodbye to a River" in 1970, he and I paddled down the Brazos, putting in just below the dam at Possum Kingdom and getting out at the I-20 overpass. While this was an abbreviated version of Mr. Graves trip, I understood his feelings for the river. In 1979, I went out to Hardscrabble to visit with Mr. Graves while doing research for my high school term paper on "Goodbye to a River" He spent an entire day with me, a 17 year old kid with long hair and an earring. The only thing we had in common was stories, he told them and I listened. I am now 52 years old, and that day still ranks as one of my most memorable. I didn't grow up to be a famous writer, but I do live on a river. And I have a canoe.
Thanks Mr. Graves, keep paddling.
August 5, 2013
May god be with his family at this time of sorrow from old back then old friends Julie Lopez andrea's niece whom she used to work with many many years ago.
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