As I searched the internet to find my old friend I read about this tragedy. George lived in Arizona in the 80's and was truely a big part of my life and my family's life. We were his home away from home. My daughter Stephanie still remembers him rocking her in his arms and singing twinkle twinkle little star as they looked at the sky. I still have a number of paintings that george did. One painting is one that I asked for. It was that of the last supper done in a style that only George had. (I will take pictures and post soon). We also spent many nights camping and talking about life in the deepest philosophical way any two young men could. He has been missed over these years and I'm sad that we can't rejoin to talk about the great times we had and talk about where our lives and loves. I had the pleasure to visit his parents and sisters at thier home during that same period of time. He had a great and loving family that adored his spirit and sense of adventure. I would love to hear from PEPE is anyone can pass on his contact information(his cousing who also visited my family in Phoenix a number of times and certainly someone George had a great relationship with). My deapest sympathy to those who knew and loved him. I am so sad that I wasn't able to talk to him in his time of trouble. Rest in Peace George.