In Memory

Jack Gryder

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07/14/08 07:23 PM #1    

Bobby Dye

The Three Ways Inn and the haunted church out by the farm. A great guy!

07/16/08 09:08 PM #2    

Hal Lott

Oh Yea, The Farm, Miller Pony(s)and everyone piling in the truck for a spin at 1:00AM. Priceless

07/17/08 09:02 AM #3    

Scott Cole

Introduced me to a different world to say the least. 20-30 guys at the farm that night (yea, you remember whether you admit it or not!). Getting together at the reunion will not be the same. Bless ya' Cheezy.

07/17/08 12:47 PM #4    

Timothy Smithhart

Let's just say that Jack toughened me up a bit when I came to Prep. : ) I thought he was hard on me for some reason, but realized that was just his playful and outgoing nature. I quickly grew to like him. Who couldn't? I was sorry he wasn't able to make our 20th and terribly sorry to learn that he isn't with us any longer.

07/23/08 02:26 PM #5    

Tommy Louis

Man, too many good (or bad, however you look at it) times to begin to list here. I still reach for the phone now and then to call Jack and then it hits me that he is gone. I can't even listen to Warren Zevon anymore. I was there Scott and I remember!

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