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May 11, 2018
Hello Marty!

I am so sorry for your loss!

I remember when George invited me to move to Eureka where we were roommates. Do you possibly recall? I remember when you and George met and started dating. It's so touching to learn you and George got married and it was obvious the two of you were best of friends.

George was one of the best people I have ever met. His enthusiasm for life and the curiosity he brought to life was exciting to engage with.

Many blessings for you, Marty, to help soothe the moments your heart is breaking because you are unable to reach your hand to touch your best friend!

My mother lost her husband last September and they had been together since 1963. She misses him everyday. Fortunately, she has some interest in life but I truly can only imagine the pain she must feel when she forgets he has died and reaches out to touch him.

Losing our loved ones is possibly the greatest tragedy in life.

Marty, even though we haven't spoken in years, I have always remembered you as such a kind, loving and elegant person; even back then I knew you had impeccable ethics and could see the love you had for George!

I'm in Napa if you would ever like to reconnect! I have been living with my mother since she is too old to live alone. It's been a blessing, however very challenging to watch my mother on the decline and there's nothing I can do about it because it's part of life.

A warm hug and much, much love,

Janie Armstrong
323-637-5285
August 10, 2017
October 17, 2016
Hello Marty,
I called on George and yourself for Boston Acoustics and Monitor Audio, from 1988 to just last year. George and I became fast friends a long time ago. He loaned me a recorder for my mothers memorial service in 2004. When I returned the recorder, he was so loving and supportive. I will never forget his act of kindness that day. Of all the people I have met in my career, George was my fave. I grew up in Ukiah, and hold a special place in my heart for George. My heart now goes out to you. I am sad for your loss, but am glad for the time I could know you and George. He is missed.
Sent with love,
Alan Hook