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June 14, 2010
Sorry to see all the good ones go.God bless....
June 14, 2010
Thank you all the wonderful music. you inspired many artists of today. God bless you. RIP
June 14, 2010
we have lost a great legend, but have many memories, Donna u will be with him again one day, but for now he rest strongly in your heart. May the days ahead be easier as each one passes, u both are in our prayers. Remember the great times u have shared,.....that is what gets me and a lot other in this situation through.........god bless and keep u safe and strong..
June 14, 2010
Dear Mr.s Dean,

Just to share a memory of meeting your husband, back in the early 70's, when, as a teenager, I steered our family's 32 foot sailboat into a marina at Montauk, Long Island, New York and encountered his boat "Big Bad John" docked across the way from us. I recall the smaller run-about he had in tow "Little Bad John" too :). Well, it didn't take genius, to figure out who we were docked across from. I don't recall saying much to him, but from what was said, the next morning, as he helped us back away from the dock (always an awkward event, in our family's experience, despite the simplicity of the maneuver, that I think he sensed), it was plain to see that he was a humble, kind and graceful man. Fame had not changed him.

I mourn his passing and your loss, but I am glad to have met him, way back when. I hope to attend the wake or the funeral service, if open to the public, as I have been living nearby, these past five years. I have also shared his love and enjoyment of the magnificent James River.
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