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August 19, 2018

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November 29, 2017
He was such a sweet and smart guy. I am so sorry for your loss.
November 28, 2017
I'm so sorry for your loss. I graduated from high school with John. I remember in the summer of 1978 he and I trying to make a solar hamburger grill using tin foil. Of course I remember his grandmother, the librarian at ENMU. I've thought of John off and on all of these years wondering how he was doing. I miss you, John.
November 27, 2017
God Speed my dear friend. We have been friends since you moved to Portales to live with your grandmother and we were 6 years old. It doesn't seem possible that 47 years have passed since then, but indeed they have. I remember all of the good times that we had growing up, building the underground fort (how it didn't collapse and kill us is a miracle), the water reservoir and piping system we built for our city and the bike trips that were so far from town that we would have gotten "killed" had we been found out. You were the brother I never had and even though I've told you a million times I love you brother, I want to say it one more time. We let the joy and curiosity of boys of the 60's rule our world and what a world it was. If I had been given only one wish that I could grant to anyone it would have been to make you whole after the dreaded disease took over , but I'm sure you know that already. I'm glad for all our time together, even those times recently when you were in the care center and I would help you "escape" for a little while. I will never forget you no matter how much time passes. I am grateful your suffering in this earthly life is done. I pray that work through the Huntington's Disease Society will result in a breakthrough for this condition and want to impress upon other potential readers of my comments that through www.smile.amazon.com you can select the HDSA which will receive a portion of the sales proceeds. Until we meet again John V.....