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September 23, 2018

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January 2, 2018
May Gods loving kindness comfort you and help you through this sad and difficult time. Psalms 119:50,76
December 17, 2017
Thinking of you my friend. Continuued Condolences to your family..♡
February 22, 2017
i believe i first met Bill Coleman at the first Pot War i went to on Mountain Dr, mebbe 1962, and later when i moved to the Drive, living in Bobby Hyde's house at the turnaround, with Jon, my husband, and his father, Glaufkos, my little one, Eleni Sikelianos and i would often run into him walking around the Drive ~~ enthusiastically rambling about his vegetables and farm and his wife's cooking...which WAS great ~ he was right! Many happy memories from a man who lived life sweetly and well ~ heartfelt love to all the family.
February 14, 2017
Wow Bill - what a ride brother.
You were amazing to grow up around on Mountain Drive but even before that, remember your Mom & Dad had the first color t.v. that we'd all gather around to watch before going out and romping around the canyon?
Later on, when you lived down the path from us on Mountain Drive, we had to pass near your yard on our way to lower Mountain Drive and you'd make us grab a rake or broom and put us to work if you saw us as we scrambled to get out of your sight. After leaving SB, every time I came home for a visit, you'd have something new to show me and would tell me of your new ideas. Always forward thinking.
I'm really happy I got to talk to you before you crossed and know you were tired, so brother, rest in peace and know that we all love the season we had with you. Con mucho cariño y un abrazo fuerte ♡ Ruthie.