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Gordon Hirabayashi

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January 09, 2012
Jim: Having been out of touch with you since about 2000, I searched the Web and discovered that you had just lost your heroic older brother Gordon. My deepest sympathy to you and your family. He was with you for a very long time, but it is still hard to part.
I retired from the Newberry Library May 31, 2008, and now spend a lot of time in our second home, 512 Maxwell Street, Lake Geneva, WI 53147. I married my longtime companion in 2006 and added Quinn to my name. My telephone number is (847) 404-2861. Sincerely, Mary Janzen Quinn
January 07, 2012
More than powerful are gentle lives well led...Gordy's, Esther's. We will miss them both, yet feel such gratitude for their enduring friendship with Ruane and Howard and their amazing courage to challenge government distortions of liberties. Inspiring exampes for all of us.
We send our condolences to "Mari" , "Mitzi", Jay and families. Paul and Kayleen (Howard Scott's daughter) Pritchard
January 06, 2012
Gerry, Sharon & Family,

My deepest condolences.

Hong Mah
January 05, 2012
What a wonderful role model. I'm sorry that you lost both parents together, but there certainly must be a reason for that.
January 05, 2012
We visited the Gordon Hirabayashi Recreation Area near Tucson last winter. Although we did not know Mr. Hirabayashi, the display detailing his life left us with a deep admiration of his honor, dedication and perserverance. What a remarkable person he was - honorable and dedicated to righting the injustices experienced by Japanese Canadians and Americans. May his family find strength in knowing how much he was admired and by the distinguished life that he lived.

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