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August 16, 2018

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July 5, 2018
Dr. Schultz was one of my professors at SFA in 1991. He changed my life and made it better. He taught me that I ... He changed my life, and I wish I could have told him that. He was a fine, fine teacher.
April 28, 2018
Lee and I met in grad school many years ago and had been close friends ever since. We had a mutual admiration for Hemingway's prose and the poems Of William Carlos Williams. He was a great companion who loved horses, motorcycles,
and llterature and could talk about them with insight and passion. He was also a terrific teacher and editor of RE:AL. I will miss him, a truly good man and great friend.
February 24, 2018
For the years I've known Lee, he's always cared for others above himself. My conversations with him were always full of fun and curiosity. I will surely miss talking with him about computers and current events. May his rest be in peace. Love you, Uncle Lee
February 24, 2018
We are brothers that deeply respected the earth that we walk and rode on.
Touching the sky, clouds, mountains and valleys. Riding with the wind, rain and snow knowing the next turn would bring happiness and joy. Ride to live and live to ride are but small words that can not even express the joy of our long conversations about touching this wonderful earth. Every time I look to the next ride I will always remember the thoughts and joy getting to see world. As I ride I will look to the journey and see your dreams and mine in the wind and clouds above. Love you Brother. Larry