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Vytautas Jonaitis Obituary
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August 18, 2018

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August 17, 2018
August 17, 2018
I am lucky to have met him. He left a lasting impression. He was a funny, kind and generous man. We will all miss him. RIP
August 12, 2018
Dearest Simone, Monique, and Romaine - My deepest condolences. He was certainly one of a kind and I will always remember him fondly. My heart and prayer go out to you ladies. His spirit and spunk lives on in you all. Much love, Tina Twardowksi
August 12, 2018
Sending my sympathy to the family on Mr. Jonaitis' death. I had taken Lithuanian at Saturday school at Sts. Peter and Paul from him for a time as a kid, and then Spanish at Creston, neither of which stuck with me at the time. My mom and dad, Alice and Joe Totoraitis, stayed involved with the Lithuanian-American community in Grand Rapids, and knew the Jonaitis family.

Fast forward, I moved to Washington and became involved with the Lithuanian-American community in Seattle, as well as the Baltic Studies Program at the University of Washington where one can study Lithuanian, Latvian and Estonian! So perhaps Mr. Jonaitis' teachings stuck with me after all. Eik su Dievu.