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September 22, 2018

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December 21, 2017
Was shocked to hear the sad news of his passing! Remember him fondly as my biology teacher and his great rapport with his students. He supported our crazy idea to raise a few pigs in the valley and roast them at the end of our senior year in 1979. My thoughts and prayers are with his family.
December 15, 2017
What great memories of Mr. Wilson's class, and the greenhouse project. He found a Flemish word for 'glazing clips' (which hold the glass panes in place before the glazing putty was applied), I think something like "lente blaads". His inquisitive nature was contagious, as was his friendly and fun personality. He will be missed but fondly remembered.
December 14, 2017
Great memories of a great teacher. I will always remember the greenhouse project.
December 3, 2017
David and I got to know each other at ISB and occasionally discussed finding a better place to live.
We heard about a roomy 1st floor apartment nearby for very low rent. It needed a lot of work. The landlord would pay for materials. I have no experience, I couldn't possibly but David was confident.
With the help of ISB neighbors and supportive friends, we transformed a dreary cavern and moved in! The cooperative spirit continued with weekly dinners, occasional parties and pride in maintaining a beautiful interior. During those years Kandy became part of our home.
David's imagination challenged my sense of what's possible and I am indebted to him.

Mark