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Jeni F.

I'm sorry you lost a friend. I think you honored him well in this post.

Alan Kern

Well done. It's going to take awhile to get over not seeing a post or two from him on Facebook. I'll always remember the Dave I knew from the old stereo shop days. We owe him a trip to George's and a pint of Bass in his honor.

Linda (Arnold) Marek

Thank you so much for your insightful, caring tribute to my brother. We have never met, but I heard him speak of you through the years and know you were a true friend. He was my "baby brother" and only sibling. We hadn't gotten together often in later years due to distance and after the loss of our parents. His work and family were on the eastern side of the state and mine were on the western side.

You have filled in so much of a void I didn't know existed. Guess that is what happens when you grow up and go in different directions. We would just talk about our families and in generalities; not the real substance stuff. My heart aches to think of what he was going through that I had no knowledge of. I should have been there for him when he was feeling so low.

Again, I thank you for your story. It means more than I can tell you.

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