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August 15, 2018

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December 3, 2017
I grew up with Jeffrey. We attended Harlan Elementary School together. I was fortunate enough to connect with him when we turned 50 as I held a reunion for our elementary school class in Wilmington and Jeff attended. We had a couple of phone conversations. I remember a quiet, nice guy and am so glad I had the chance once more to interact with him. His sudden passing is such a shock and I feel for his family and friends.
November 25, 2017
Every time I went to Bellevue State Park, Jake Nozinsky was there. We often said hello as we passed each other. You could tell he was a really nice guy. And I can attest to his commitment to walking in nature, because I walked my Lab mix there nearly daily until he died this past August. No matter what the weather, ice, snow, rain, Jake walked. I was thoroughly impressed. To his family and friends, I am deeply sorry for your loss.
November 22, 2017
My heart goes out to the family and friends of Jake Noznisky, whom I met through his sister, Anne, and in whose house we stayed a couple of times while visiting Delaware from DC.

I know that Jake loved cats, and that he used to have a beautiful tabby named "Mercury," whom he took loving care of. I was deeply touched when he sent me a condolence letter after my own dog passed away last year.

Something that really struck me about Jake was that, unlike so many of us homeowners, he enjoyed caring for his "castle," i.e., he rose to the occasion (and challenge) when things broke down. Jake's house was impeccable and really reflected the care that he put into making a comfortable (and inviting) home environment.

I was also impressed by Jake's post-retirement lifestyle, walking (as I came to learn) a hundred miles a week! His dedication and love for the out-of-doors (and nature) tells me how rewarding and fulfilling his life was, and--from some of your comments--that it was also deeply spiritual.

From my own observation, I knew how much Jake enjoyed being with his siblings (Anne and brother, Daniel), and they with him, because I saw how much fun they had when they were together (and all shared a wicked sense of humor)!

Rest in peace, dear Jake...
November 22, 2017