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It tough for me to see that Tim is now gone. We competed against each other over our high schools years. My first time was running for freshman class president. I still remember his speech in the auditorium. His speech was full of humor and he exhibited a message of caring and warmth that mine did not have. He and I competed on the tennis court many times. He was always ranked above me. One day, he saw me playing against a backstop. He had noticed. that my grip was not right. He had no reason to help me, but he did and it made me better. We went separate directions after high school. When we would see each other, I could still feel the warmth of his friendship. Maybe in our next life, we can play again to see if my game has improved. I will miss you. Jack H.
Dennis, As per your instructions, I have updated my profile in grandchildren and my 70's. I added some photos such as riding elephants in Nepal and fishing on Christmas Island. It will interesting to see what other classmates of done.
Posted on: Sep 30, 2020 at 2:10 PM
Jim, I am so sorry for the loss of your son. We are getting to age that our love ones start to leave us. For the love ones that have left me, my believe system provides me with the knowledge that I will see him in another life. If this was my son, I believe death is not the last sleep. It is an eternal awaking. Death is not the ending, it is a change marking the beginning of a more abundant life. We sometimes think of death as parting, which is true, but just think of meeting in eternity where bonds will never again be broken. Death is not going away, it is returning home. Your son will always be in your heart. When our time comes we know we will be together again forever.
Posted on: Nov 29, 2018 at 7:37 AM
Rich, I just viewed your piece on PBS. I was touched for three reasons: 1, The excellence of work that you have accomplished in documenting and capturing the images of old Montana. 2. The passion and desire you continue to show for doing such magnificent work. 3. The lasting value of the art that will stay after we are gone. Through my life, I have met many people, but only a few of these people in their field of endeavor could say they have made this kind of contribution. I am proud to call you a classmate and a friend.
Posted on: Jun 28, 2018 at 1:04 PM
Happy birthday. Hope you're making plans to join the reunion party. And thanks for keeping this great site alive.
Jack thanks for all of your effort on all of our behalf! Really sorry I missed the party:(
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