An old friend texted me about the Cokeville Miracle starring Ken Rand. Kenny sent me a letter shortly before he died, and, as I expected, he was actually lighthearted about his pending death. I Kenny when I took a disc jockey job at KMER in Kemmerer, Wyoming, where he was the News Director. One of the first things he said to me was "I'm starting a theater guild. Would you want to be in a play?" Having always wanted to be in a play I said yes, but I only wanted a small part, having never participated in a play before. The next day as I was arriving to the station while he was leaving, he handed me a script and said "You're Mel" and he got into his car without saying another word. I went inside, opened the script, and saw that "Mel" was Mel Edison, the lead character of the Neil Simon play "Prisoner of 2nd Avenue". So much for a small part. I acted in one other play Ken directed with the Guild, and they were two of the most enjoyable experiences of my life. I eventually became the morning DJ and the station and shared many hours chatting on air with Ken. We also spent many hours after working hours discussing most everything. A kind and generous man, and as previously mentioned in other posts here, a very funny man. Rest in Peace, Kenny, and remember "Jesus is living in London and they don't even know it...!!!"