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July 17, 2018

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October 4, 2017
I'm so sorry to hear this. Please accept my deepest condolences. May your memories warm your heart and bring a smile to your face in time. My hope is that God will give you the strength and power you need as you cope with the loss of someone so special to you. Isaiah 40:29
September 26, 2017
My deep and heartfelt condolences to Joan and Judge Strand's family. I was one of Judge Strand's law clerks ('95-96). The Judge was warm, generous, and kind in chambers and fair and serious in his court. He clearly loved Joan and I was always impressed with how they lived the life they shared together with gusto and verve. I loved working for Judge Strand and everyone in his chambers. It was a formative and fun year for me. One memory that stands out in my mind is when I discovered one day that the Judge regularly received holiday cards from convicts who had come through his court. I found this remarkable and asked him about it. After some pressing I got the story out of him. He told me that once a person is in the system it is the solemn responsibility of the government to take care of those in its care in a fair and respectful way. Although these were people held accountable by the system, Judge Strand's fairness and seriousness clearly made an impression on them. Me too. Judge Strand devoted most of his professional live to public service. He did this honorably and seriously. May he rest in peace.
September 21, 2017
Dear Joan,
Our heartfelt sympathy is extended to you in your time of sadness and sorrow. It was our privilege to be your Third Avenue neighbors. We hope you find peace and comfort knowing that you are in our thoughts and prayers....Shannon and Jim Forseth
September 21, 2017
Dear Joan,
Our heartfelt sympathy is extended to you in your time of sadness and sorrow. It was our privilege to be your Third Avenue neighbors. We hope you find peace and comfort knowing that you are in our thoughts and prayers.