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May 22, 2018

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July 8, 2006
I'm friends with Julia's (daughter) boyfriend Nick and i just found out about this and i am very sorry about that. i know how you guys feel from a past expirience. <3
June 9, 2006
God Bless you and your family. We will never forget.
September 12, 2005
I participated in two of Jeff's Compaq projects early in the summer of 2001. Jeff impressed me with his skills and with his solid, reliable nature. He was not a serious, dry man; he carried a sense of joy and pleasure in his life ... particularly with his family. He enjoyed his family and his work ... and wanted others to do the same.

I am fortunate to have known Jeff ... however briefly ... and miss him still.

Vaya con Dios ...
April 26, 2005
To the Coombs Family,
I work at BFDS, where Jeff and his brother Doug have worked. I had met Doug, but Jeff had left long before I came to work here. I came across a program today the Jeff had altered way back in 1987. His initials were the first in a long list of programmers who touched the code. Those initials, simply JWC, really set me aback. Even after the time that has passed, the loss of that life in such a horrendous way still hits hard and deep. The tragedy of 9/11 hit everyone in this country, we all have some connection to all those lives lost.
I wish I had had a chance to meet Jeff, he was obviously a wonderful guy from all the kind words about him. Please accept my sympathy for your loss.