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Rest in peace we will look to the stars where your light shines bright until we meet again shine on
Alex, I don't know if you will see this but I am so sorry about your mom. I don't know if you remeber me but we were good friends when we were little at EDS. My name is Sarah. I have tried to find you many times and I'm so sorry this is the circumstance. I would love to talk to/see you. Here is my email: Sarah.firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you for sharing Ben's bright, smiling photo and highlights of his life. I'm glad to hear of all the love shared and the awareness raised.
Thank you for being honest while demonstrating love and compassion to Sean and his family and friends. I don't understand opiate addiction, but more than one of my childhood friends has succumbed in recent years and each time, my heart breaks. Keep on fighting the good fight!
Thank you for your courage for writing a beautiful, honest obituary about Sean. I will keep him, your family, and anyone else who may be facing addiction in my prayers.
I just heard of Tuna's passing.. Much love and prayers to his family. i remember working with him on the Vermont reggae festival. An awesome man. To this end I must say now looking back. Knowing him helped me along my way to stability, and learning. I was a young man back then on a journey.A little lost. May he now rest in peace.. May God grant Dr. Sniders family peace and comfort.
I met Doug through his work at RETN. He was a talented, enthusiastic, helpful, and patient teacher. His kindness made an unforgettable impression on me. His talents will be sorely missed not only in the Burlington community, but beyond. I am so sorry to hear of his sudden passing and may his family, friends, and colleagues be comforted to know that he touched so many lives with his light.
Dougie Dunbebin was a great teenager and a wonderful adult. He was a few years ahead of me in school, his senior year he was class president. We went to same college. This was a guy who never had a harsh word for anyone! Trina, I haven't seen you or Dougie since college, but I have very good memories of both of you. My condolences and prayers are with you. Deborah Vonheeder
Still cannot fathom this. The world so much needs more people like Doug. I have never known a more kind, gracious, compassionate, talented and humble person. Doug did so much good but never sought attention for his good work. He and Trina will forever remain my role models of what a positive, mutually supportive relationship looks like. xo to Trina and to all who have known Doug and will forever hold him dear.
Prayers with the Dunbebin family. Doug was truly a great person.
My sincere condolences to his wife Trina and family. Doug was a wonderfully kind human being
What sad news. I knew Doug as an admirable city councilor. He did his homework and was a passionate and always civil advocate for causes he thought important. He was a gracious man with a quirky sense of humor and an easy smile. Inadequate as words are at such a time, I offer my condolences to his wife, Trina Magi, and all those who loved him.
I am in shock and saddened to find out Elizabeth Roman has left us. She always had a big smile and warm greetings whenever I saw her. Her current work with pit fired vessels in unusual shapes and with color by happenstance are amazing. She will definitely be missed not only by her family to whom this is a big loss, but also by her friends and colleagues. I am grateful that Seven Days posts these because I never read anything else.
Just learned Kirk has passed on and my mind is flooded with memories of spending time with him. I'm saddened for all of us who will miss him. It's with a heavy heart that I say farewell. RIP, till we meet again.
Elizabeth you were an amazingly beautiful person . You will be missed by many more then you will ever know. May you rest easy. Thoughts and prayers to wally and your children. JG.
I am so sad that Sue has passed. My heart goes out to Rob, Karen, Lilly, Tom, Pete, Kate, John and all of her extended family and friends. She was an amazing woman. Beautiful, kind, and immensely talented. I hope that it is those thoughts and memories that will provide some comfort to those who loved her during this terrible time. I will always remember her warmth and goodness, and her friendship to me. I am so very sorry.
Susan was most certainly a lovely woman in heat and spirit. In East Aurora I remember a time when I played music at their house in a small band in celebration of one of her sons birthdays she was kind and caring and a great hostess.I know she will be sorely missed by many certainly her son's Tom and Peter. May good bless them through this difficult time.
I am struck by Kirk’s own words about his work-play as “creative energy that can only come from a household run on modesty, ideas, and values”. Today, it is this modesty that stands out to me. He was an amazing co-creator who, through his modesty, gave me space to realize my own ideas – always made better by his skill, expertise and open vision. His is an example I will always cherish. In case I didn’t say it enough - Thank you, Kirk!
I am saddened by this news. I saw him walk down the street the other day, I waved and thought, I will have to catch up him sometime soon. You always think you have tomorrow. What a huge loss. I am grateful to have known him. He was a wise and creative soul.
So terribly sad. He was indeed a gentle man and impeccably creative soul. Sending love and a wish for peace to his family. Mati Vargas, colleague from SIUC glass program