mjnmjn Posts: 1,546 Captain
Too bad the archives aren't available yet.

Celebrate life people.


  • firemedic1560firemedic1560 Posts: 138 Deckhand
    I wish I could have met him in person. He watched the Apollo missions and shuttle missions from the inside as a NASA employee. I am constantly amazed at what those people accomplished with the technology they had available to them at the time. Almost as amazed as I am about those who fought in WWII.
  • MenziesMenzies Posts: 19,289 AG
    Jerry also collected art, which was important to him as he became more home-bound. I remember how sad he was when he decided it was time to auction/sell off pretty much everything he had including his art. If I remember correctly he had no family - he called the forum his family.
    Maybe if we tell people that the brain is an App, they will start using it.
  • Got TA GoGot TA Go Posts: 2,608 Captain
    I miss our late night "discussions" here in OT.

    Hero's Don't Wear Capes....They Wear Dog Tags.
  • keewestgrlkeewestgrl Posts: 192 Deckhand
    I haven't been on the forum in a long time and I am shocked at the list of those we've lost. I really loved Jerry. He was a real firecracker.
  • Reel nutReel nut Posts: 32 Deckhand
    Wow! I havent been on here in a while. I was lucky enough to meet Jerry a couple of times. Good man, great conversationalist. Sad to read this.
  • PompanoPetePompanoPete Posts: 66 Greenhorn
    Haven't been on in a while either...I remember him and sorry to hear of his passing


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