A Good Guy Gone But Never Forgotten
A lot of Crosby High School graduates from the late 1950s, early 1960s have been made quietly aware of the death of an extraordinary character and life-long friend. That was this individual's way. No fuss. So I leave that funny, outrageous, kind. and wicked smart yellow-haired boy unnamed but never unloved or unacknowledged for the many good times we passed together. He's a legend from our early days too vivid to let go. His stories, which connect hundreds of us, will grow and keep giving us laughter to the point of collapse. Thanks, fwiend! May your paradise be exactly what you want--with lots of spare rooms!