Friday, January 18, 2013
We've lost another dear friend this week. A sweet, sweet man, Jerry Foote. Numerically he may have been considered elderly, however it never occurred to us that he was. We've spent time with him and his wife, daughter and grandson at the symphony, the aquarium, and at their home.
He'd retired from the art of teaching math, but he did not retire from life. He was a member of his own local symphony and was a museum volunteer, railroad museum. One of his hobbies was arranging music. He was such a vibrant man, how can he be gone? We've only known him a short time and his loss is inconceivable, it can only be worse for his family, a family we've come to think of as our own.
We will miss him so dearly.
In bocca al lupo. m & v