Having read a couple of entries referencing Webb School I could not resist sharing with an additional entry. I first saw Johnny during 2nd grade recess. The boys were absolutely a buzz as Johnny had recently survived a spectacular, death defying bicycle crash, (as told, great speed, multiple flips and flames). His awesome Schwinn Orange Crate Stingray was a total loss. They pointed to him and there was Johnny, sans front teeth and scraps on this face, yet smiling, telling the story with adoring young school girls and a teacher. I can still see the look on the teacher's face, she was so amused and engaged. That is a scene that would follow John his entire life. He had a wonderful quality and people invited him in. It was fun and disarming as he was humble and approachable. Surely this had much to do with his great success in business and why he had so many friends. His mother Judy was so sweet to me as a child and Doc and Pam are good friends today. I have so many fun memories of Jill, Mark and Mikki Mary. My condolences to all as well as Tracy and Kendall.
With Much Love