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December 7, 2008
I grew up watching Wake Forest basketball as a kid and teenager. Starting back with Tim Duncan but when I grew older in my early teens Skip became the coach of the Demon Deacons. I worked hard through school and tried my hardest for so many years to go to Wake Forest to meet Skip because I thought he was a great man. It was a two weeks before I sent off my early application to Wake that Skip passed away. I'm sad that as I am a Wake Forest student today that I will never truly know the man that was so great not only to the Wake Forest Nation but to everyday people in everyday situations in his everyday life. Skip Prosser embodies everything that I want to be as a person...honest, humble, witty, open-minded. It's because of Skip that I've tried so hard to get to where I am today and that I will continue to try hard everyday for the rest of my life.

Thank you Skip for what you've done for me, you never knew me and I never knew you, but I hope that someday we can meet.
July 27, 2008
Well Skip; it's been a year now and we all still miss you!!! I don't think Demon Deacon Basketball will ever be quite the same without you. You are and will always be forever in our Hearts. God Speed my Friend!!!!
Melinda Leonard
July 26, 2008
It has been one year ago today that Skip Prosser has died. I cant believe it and am still in shock over everything. I miss not seeing his leadership on the court and know that the wake forest teams from here on out will play with more heart and strength since this has happened. RIP Skip I will miss you dearly
May 23, 2008
Skip and my husband Henry started their teaching and coaching careers together at Linsley Military Institute in 1972. Skip went on to coach college basketball and Henry coached high school football. He was always so excited to hear about Skip's successes and would say, "hey I knew that guy when…" He was very excited to follow his career. So both of our guys loved coaching and did a great job. Henry and Skip started their careers together and ironically, both ended their careers at the same time. My husband Henry passed away one week before Skip, under the same circumstances, a totally unexpected cardiac arrest with no prior symptoms. We have three adult children, 2 boys and a girl. If anyone can empathize and understand your pain, we certainly can. Please know how sorry we are that you have had to go through this. I guess all we can do is take one day at a time. I'd like to hear from you if you wish to contact me at jan.r.bruno@gmail.com.
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