I can't even remember how many nights in the junior high years we spent spinning Beatles records (white Album, blue album, Abbey Road, etc.) and singing along to them over the party line phone. I remember going to the ELO concert with Tammy and Angie Ford and my favorite memory of Tammy was her telling me about spending the night with Angie and sneaking into Angie's parish to drink all the communion wine out of the cups. In the famous words of the time by Angie: "Excellent". Tammy was a great friend, bright, funny and fun. Robert Cooley
From Susan St. Onge Loveland on February 2nd, 2020
Jim, you were the best friend I’ve ever had. We met in high school but our friendship really blossomed in the years following. I saw you practically every day for years - even rented a house with you! - and I only hope you know how much I love you, respect you and miss you. There are no words to express how much I miss you and all the times we spent laughing, singing, dancing and playing. Your unique and silly ways aligned with mine somehow and we just clicked. I really miss you, Jim. I have so much to tell you ð
I know it's been a while but, I just want to say I love ya.
I hope you know the Lord and how He'll take care of you.
I'm sorry for what you had to go through before your passing. I hope you had family with you.
All my love,
I remember during junior high hanging out with Troy while listening to ZZ Top and Cheech and Chong. We would ride our dirt bikes for hours on end in a field just Southwest of Apollo school. We would also dream of driving a Corvette to high school. Lots of fun. R.I.P. Troy
From Cris Bennett on May 14th, 2015
When I get to the other side, meet me at the Flats. I will bring the Frisbee. R.I.P. My Friend