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December 18, 2018

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August 21, 2018
Thank you for going to the Sadie Hawkins dance with me at Washington High School. The alums will miss you.
August 21, 2018
High School friend. We will miss you.
May 25, 2018
Ive known Jaime since the 4th grade, when we attended Buckman Elementary School in S.E. Portland and for a short time our fathers did business together. Back then Jamies father was in the garment business but he was also an actor. My father was a tailor and altered the pants that Bernie, Jamie s father, brought to my Dads shop.

Jamie came from a politically active leftist family and I recall that everyone played a musical instrument. In high school Jaime was a Beatnick and wore the same green corduroy sport jacket everyday, it had a big black ink spot on the front pocket. In the early sixties public high school was no place for an independent thinker and Jamie had contempt for the conformist culture of Washington High School.

It is with deep sadness that I will no longer be able to see Jaime again. We had a long history and we knew a great deal about our former selves. I thought I would have more time to known him better in the present. He loved music his entire life, a special person with a real spirit for living. He left us too soon.
May 20, 2018
I was sorry to hear about this. I met Jaime when he married my long time friend Shirley. He was a very nice and creative man who raised 2 lovely daughters. Shirley, my deep sympathy to you and the girls. May you find peace and comfort.