Jerry Garcia

Last of the Messages of Condolence and Love

From: Robet Bunney 
Date: Mon, 24 Jul 95 08:24:36 -700
Subject: Jerry

I can not describe the loss, it is immense. AS i type this it
 still is far from real. Jerry changed my life and for that I am
 For Ever GaaRATEFUL. My life can only get better as I am
 touched again and again by another Garcia moment. Jerry thanks
 for the endless hours of Pleasure you have given me to persue.I
 will always share all my music of yours with one and all, I
 will spread your joy. Jerry will forever live on. Family, I am
 deeply sorry for you but also feel relief that Jerry's pain is
 now gone,he can rest in peace, That is most clear. Jerry had
 his wings before he arrived, Jerry was ,is an Angel, sweet,soft
 and true. To the Band- Please don't let the Grateful Dead die.
 Jerry would never have wanted it that way. The World deeeply
 needs a Grateful Dead. That is all I can say. Jerry,Jerry,JERRY
 we all love you and wish we had your view of heaven because 
 we too would rather be with you, be WITH YOU, RATHER BE WITH
 YOU.:) :)...

Love to all those that Jerry touched

 Never ever Turn out your Lovelight, LET IT SHINE LET IT SHINE!!

One of Jerrys kids, Rob. .

Date: Sun, 13 Aug 95 15:05:48 -700

Condolences from Stefano and Marina, Rome, Italy 13 Aug 1995.
We sing and play folk music. Everytime we'll play and sing we'll
remember Jerry's music.

Stefano Pogelli

Date: Sun, 13 Aug 95 11:37:00 -0700
From: chuck sanderson 
Subject: Jerry Garcia

As I lay my head and cry I think of Jack Straw, a Brown-Eyed Girl and 
Casey Jones.  As I keep on Truckin through this life I regret an era has 
passed.  God bless the Garcia family, My thoughts are with you.
Good-bye Jerry.  Life won't be the same.
A fan from forever,

Date: Sun, 13 Aug 1995 11:54:56 EDT
Subject: condolences

he was brilliant and will be missed!
Marilyn Klainberg

Date: Sun, 13 Aug 95 19:31:40 -0700
From: "Roger M. L\ivy" 

Byebye Jerry
I send you many greetings from the alps in Switzerland. Fly over!

Thank you for all this years



Date: Sun, 13 Aug 95 13:06:06 -0500
From: jeff evans 
Subject: thank you

Jai Guru Dev Jerry

You touched my heart and soul and helped me learn the feeling of love on 
Earth. You are with us all always. Enjoy the celebrations in heaven 
and keep moving on with the lessons you have ahead so you can keep 
inspiring the rest of us.

Love always,


Date: Sun, 13 Aug 95 13:17:42 -0400
From: Willard Uncapher 
Organization: Advanced Communication Technology Lab.
Subject: More than words can tell

Jerry taught so much about how to communicate, about how it
can be done with depth, love, and fluency.  He taught how to
mix pride with spontaneity.  How many times were one of us
taking something too seriously, too caught up with one side,
and Jerry came to us one way or another, through music and 
presence, and said, you are in the right place, let go, let
the music strengthen and open you, and once healed, he
called to us to give all that we could to one another, with
whatever creative, spiritual means we could.  He is both
deeply missed and deeply still a part of us

Willard Uncapher             
Advanced Communication Technology Lab  512-471-4071 (office)        
CMA 6.118, RTF, College of Comm.       512-471-4077 (fax)          
UTexas at Austin, Aus, Tx 78712        512-926-8588 (hm)

Date: Sun, 13 Aug 95 11:43:06 -0700

Jerry Garcia and the Dead have played a big part of my life since I first 
heard the Warlocks play in Palo Alto in 1965.  They have been a source of 
inspiration, perspective, education and entertainment.  I cried when I 
heard Jerry died, and still feel the loss as a passing of a cosmic force 
that helped start a counter culture momentum that has got to keep on.
Fred Thoits

Date: Sun, 13 Aug 1995 15:19:14 -0400
From: "afc" 

To you Jerry, I wish two things...
     To give you roots 
     To give you wings... 

Date: Sun, 13 Aug 95 19:11:41 -0400
From: Patrick Nielsen Hayden 

He left the world a better place for his having passed through. 
That's the best anyone can do, and he did it.

We miss him terribly.

Patrick Nielsen Hayden

Date: Sun, 13 Aug 95 17:56:31 CST
From: "Craig Reed" 
Subject: We love you Jerry

     There are no words to describe how empty I feel right now.  My life 
     was changed when I first saw the Dead, Houston 10-20-88.  They have 
     been my best friends ever since.  All my thoughts and prayers to the 
     rest of the band, Jerry's friends, family, and Deadheads everywhere.  
     Jerry will be remembered and loved forever.
  will see you through...

Date: Sun, 13 Aug 1995 22:09:44 -0700 (PDT)
From: Mad Scientist 
Subject: Condolences for Jerry

Just wanted to offer my condolences for Jerry Garcia.  I've had the 
pleasure of attending several Grateful Dead concerts & have enjoyed their 
music tremendously.  I was both sad & disheartened when I heard of his 
death on Wednesday morning; it was hard to believe.  I always thought 
both Jerry and his music would live on forever as one.  He was 
unquestionably talented and inspired the best in all of us.  He will live 
on through his music.

Angela Wang
274 Euclid Ave. #10
Oakland, CA  94610

Date: Sun, 13 Aug 95 22:19:53 -0700
From: Daniel Vesely 
Organization: Lol Media
Subject: I will forever miss Jerry..

Jerry affected my life like no person I have ever met..
He was the center of the focus of a tribe of millions who
shared love art and fun..
He will be deeply missed....
And I hope the DEAD will eventually continue..
The movement he started must continue!

Date: Mon, 14 Aug 1995 02:05:22 EDT
Subject: Thank You Jerry

I know I don't need to tell this to you but Jerry will be missed by 
all music fans.  My life would not be the same if he had never been 
here. Although he has left this earth I know in my heart he is, and 
always will be, still with us.  Thankyou all for what you and Jerry 
have given me and the rest of the world. Peace.

                                        Slinky Coyle

Date: Mon, 14 Aug 95 09:48:40 1000
From: cmw 
Organization: Integrated ComTel

Jerry brought a little more sunshine to the world...

i will miss his spirit.

From: Sam Pennington 
Date: Mon, 14 Aug 95 09:15:58 -700

Thanks for all the laughs (and tears) over the years...Later on...

Date: Mon, 14 Aug 95 14:27:33 0500
From: John Macario 
Organization: Coastal International
Subject: You Flew to Me

So many times in my life, when nothing else made sense, I would turn on 
the tape machine in my head and listen to Jerry's voice and guitar.  In 
that music I would find whatever I needed to get through.  Thank You, 
dear friend. May peace and stillness come to all our hearts.


Date: Mon, 14 Aug 95 09:32:12 0000
From: Don Pickering 

Hey there-
Just wanted to send my best wishes to you. Jerry was nothing short of 
amazing, and all of us who were lucky enough to see him play are well 
aware of that. He will be dearly missed. Dearly, dearly missed. Please 
take heart, and know that there are many of us out here who share your 
Nate Thompson

Date: Mon, 14 Aug 1995 12:42:25 -0400 (EDT)

To the families of Jerry Garcia and the Grateful Dead,

For the past several days, I have been attempting to cope with Jerry's
passing, and the meaning of it all! It's too big to deal with in a short
period of time, and that a much greater amount is needed to heal a wound
that has left an irreplaceable void!

For over a dozen years, Jerry and the Dead enriched my life with their
music and the unrelenting desire to get THERE! When Jerry passed on, he
took a part of my life with me:  In return, a little bit of Jerry now
lives in me, and will always be that way.

I hope Jerry is enjoying it up in the Pearly Gates, jamming with Brent,
Keith and Pigpen:  Then doing THE DO with Miles, Coltrane, Jimi, Janis,
Stevie Ray, Zappy and the many musicians that have graced this planet.

Through Jerry and the Dead, I've made many friendships across the USA
that endure today, and have many memories to last a lifetime.  I have
nothing but many thanks to Jerry and the Dead for several thousand hours
of music for all of us to enjoy.

I was lucky enough to attend a Santana/Jeff Beck concert at Great Woods
last night, and Carlos summed it up for all of us:

        "He taught me to see with another eye, hear with another ear
         and play with another heart."

I'll never forget that big heart either!

I love you always, Jerry! May you rest in eternal peace!

			Eternally Grateful,

			John J. Wood

Date: Mon, 14 Aug 95 11:49:38 -0700
From: Wayne MacNaughton 
Subject: Condolences.

Although he was undoubtedly ahead of his time, the late
Mr. Jerome Garcia will always be playing in my mind. 
A beautiful soul to have as part of my life, but I am sad
for the loss you have felt so personally.

To: ghake 
From: "jonathan.d.crowe" 
Date: 14 Aug 95 14:46:14 
Subject: To Mickey - please forward

Just wanted to say "chins up".  You're the only member of the
band I've actually met in person, so I figured I'd relay my 
positive energy back through you.  (Remember the old silver BMW 
making an awful racket that took you from Northwestern to O'hare
after your Planet Drum talk?  The problem turned out to be a 
bad strut mount.)



Date: Mon, 14 Aug 1995 13:33:09 -0700 (PDT)
Subject: Condolences

And what a sweet man he was...
He took his highs, took his smiles
took off before the show could end.
Where he went... who can know,
or if heUll ever return to help us now...
find the message he brought
before the sand and the snowstorms
of those whoUve lost the magic
cover his tracks.
No more stories, no more moving on.
He left his roadside, left a trail
of smiles and intangible beauties.
        So long, Jerry, sleep tight.
IUll kiss you good-night.
He was an old man.

Date: Mon, 14 Aug 1995 16:50:29 -0400
X-Personal_Name: Stephanie Aston-Jones and Summer Brown
Subject: Thank you Jerry!

Jerry Garcia embodied a magical phenomenon; an era in the history of
music that will never be equaled.  I first saw the Dead in San Francisco
in 1966 and was an instant fan. Never in my wildest dreams could
 I have imagined that my little girl, Summer Alia, born in 1971, would grow 
up and herself become a "Deadhead", following the band around the 
country.  We were both very deeply saddened by the loss of this man who
brought such amazing joy to so many.  Jerry is at peace now and feeling
no pain.  In our pain we feel confusion, anger, and regret, but those are
selfish emotions.  What we must do is to continue to live the Dead
dream and know that someday we'll be Deadheads with Jerry in whatever
lies beyond. Rest in peace dear friend!

Date: 14 Aug 95 16:59:05 EDT
From: Natalie.L.Poppito@Dartmouth.EDU (Natalie L. Poppito)
Subject: "I'm Gonna Miss You When You're Gone.."

        I'm a new Grateful Dead fan of a mere 4 years. I started listening to
this incredible music while in medical school on the island of Grenada. I
remember back as I looked upon the beautiful Carribean Ocean and listened with
close friends to my all time favorite song "RIPPLE," the smiles his music
brought to our faces and the warmth to our hearts. Thanks Jerry! You surely
will be missed when you're gone. My prayers are with him and his close family
and friends during this bittersweet time. God Bless you all.
                Peace and Love, Natalie.

Date: Mon, 14 Aug 1995 18:54:08 -0400
Subject: Condolences

A loss to the world magnified by your closeness.....  Those of us who only
followed, didn't know....   The simple life gestures you shared with us....
kept us rapt. To Jerry and you who supported and nurtured him, our sadness
and loss.

God bless 

From: Erin Grayson 
Date: Mon, 14 Aug 95 23:06:06 -2400

I am so sorry I never saw Jerry play.

From: Betsy Morris 
Date: Mon, 14 Aug 95 16:04:44 -700
Subject: Jerry Garcia memorial in Golden Gate

I am grateful to have had the chance to go to the Memorial on Sunday. 
I've been feeling sad at Jerry Garcia's death, and I could see, and hear, 
and feel, cry, and take in the loving spirit of all who spoke and came.

Date: Mon, 14 Aug 95 21:57:45 0000
From: Ric Spiegel 
Organization: Emote Control
Subject: On Discovering and Losing Jerry Garcia

We will all miss Jerry so much. I have sent along my 
thoughts on discovering Jerry and the Dead in 1967. 
Although you may never read all that is being written, 
I add my own wonderful memories to your own.


Ric Spiegel
On discovering, and losing Jerry Garcia

In 1967 the effects of the Summer of Love were fully upon San Francisco.
There were hippies, lights, colors, dancing and music, always music. I was 17,
and a freshman at college in Menlo Park, California in the Bay Area. I had
grown up in Fort Worth, Texas in a middle-class household. Quiet,
uneventful. But San Francisco had called like a siren, and like others, I was
powerless to ignore it.

On this particular Friday night in early September of that first year away from
home, I had been taken by a friend to "the City", as residents lovingly call it,
to a nondescript building. It housed, among other things a long-since
forgotten venue called the Carousel Ballroom.

I remember a mirrored ball hanging from the ceiling and drapes all around
the room. In front a smalli make-shift stage where a group of people were
bobbing and dancing before a band. I didn't know the band (I didn't really
know much of anything), but it was playing music that was loud... and
interesting. I distinctly remember that I had pretty short hair, no mustache or
beard, and - lord help me - a cardigan sweater and slacks. If this had been a
movie, I was the "good" kid.

The room was becoming full, and even fuller as the band played. It wasn't a
large room by any means, just a small ballroom... in which it seemed to me
something was beginning to happen. I had not yet smoked marijuana; that
was still a few weeks off. But I could tell something was different just from
listening to the music. Electricity emanated from both the band and the
crowd, and this feeling was strange and new to me.

I became fixed on the guitarist in the middle of the stage. Beardless, with jet-
black unruly hair, he seemed to be the leader, but I couldn't have said why. It
suddenly occurred to me he had been playing for a very long time; I had
become mesmerized without realizing it. He was smiling a bit as he stared
down at his guitar and into the crowd, and he appeared almost motionless
except for two hands on his instrument. His style was like nothing I had
heard before. Rising, falling, flowing in seamless waves.

And then I realized we were all swaying with that music. As I looked around
the room, I noticed everyone with either a smile, or that same almost
astonished look I must have had. Turning to the kid next to me, barely older
than me with long hair and dressed very colorful, I remember saying, "Who
is that guy." The kid looked right at me and smiled, almost laughing, and
said, "Hey man, that's Jerry Garcia."

It was that event that began a journey for me of sights, sounds, music, women
and sure, a few drugs... and so many other influences, never to excess, and
almost always to my improvement or at least education. Today, almost 30
years later, I nearly missed the news flash on TV. The man who, although not
singly, certainly in part gave me a new way of hearing and seeing, was gone.
He had been sick for so long.

Garcia had never heeded the inner voice to avoid excess. Maybe the music in
him was too loud to hear that voice. And he had never taken good care of his
"temple." But Garcia had been at the forefront of experimentation from the
beginning of the San Francisco scene, all the way back to the Trips Festival,
and even before. Of anyone, how could he have possibly practiced self-
restraint? And anyway, nothing could ever be heard above the cries for
heroin and cocaine that he eventually would hear. Those were false friends
who always quickly showed their true nature. They were, and are, ruthless
and deadly in the end.

In 1986, when Garcia almost died from long-term abuse from heroin, I
emotionally tried to prepare for his departure. I had sat and talked with him a
number of times in 1970 at Keystone Korner, a tiny club in San Francisco
where he allowed me to mix the sound for his four-piece jazz group. Later
that same year Garcia had invited my friend and I to a recording session of
American Beauty in San Francisco. I'll never forget that day. Then, I was
finally invited to join the Grateful Dead organization in 1971, to learn about
mixing and recording the band. Something unexpected happened and my life
took a different turn.

Garcia and I weren't close friends; it wasn't like that. For a few months he
knew my name, and we spoke a few times at smaller events, and that was it.
But there was a bond, if only I felt it. During a magical moment in time he
was one of the illusionists. And it was enough for me.

Jerry Garcia wasn't a god or a shaman or the leader of an entire movement, as
the media frequently portrayed him, and even now in eulogies. He was just a
guy who liked to experiment and keep his music, mind and options open. He
was caught up in the same tidal wave of change, trial-and-error and
questioning of "the establishment" we all were. He seemed like the catalyst,
but he wasn't. He was just there before most of us, and so we followed
willingly, ecstatically. Above all, he was a musician. That's how he and his
friends - his family - best communicated the excitement of those experiences
and journeys.

Over the years, Frank Zappa replaced the Grateful Dead for me as the example
of experimental, interesting and mostly entertaining music. Both groups were
borne of the 60's, but no two groups could have been more different. One
would continue to experiment for a few years, growing in fame and
reputation, but slowing a bit in musical adventure. The other would continue
to push the ubiquitous envelope of change, never being satisfied with what
came before, always toiling - literally - to do it different, better. One was
inexorably associated with, and now finally ruined by drugs. The other
shunned drug use unequivocaly.

I didn't abandon the Grateful Dead or Garcia's music. Never. And it would be
arrogant to say I "moved beyond" them. I just wanted to be challenged more,
and Zappa always did that. He challenged every musician he ever worked
with, and certainly every listener. It's unfortunate that Frank Zappa has been
so misunderstood by the media and the public. Those who judge him by a
single song, some bit of bathroom humor or a tasteless poster not of his
doing, cannot possibly imagine the wealth of musical pleasure he provides.
And social commentary does not come more acerbic, witty or accurate than at
his hand. But Frank Zappa is gone, too.

Mourning is made easier by putting on a record or CD of the Grateful Dead or
Frank Zappa or John Lennon. The music is all there. Even bootlegs of the
rarest or earliest performances can be had for the right price, or for the love of
the music if you meet the right person. The void our heroes leave behind is
always there as well, but memories, stories and the music help to fill it. For
my part, I'll spend the evening pouring over old posters, listening to soaring
psychedelic guitar passages, and remembering that night I first discovered
Jerry Garcia, and myself.

Ric Spiegel

Date: Tue, 15 Aug 1995 02:16:08 -0400
Subject: Jerry G

Jerry's love will NOT FADE AWAY in my heart!

Date: Tue, 15 Aug 1995 01:12:49 EDT
Subject: Condolences

To Jerry's family:

        All of our love to you.  He touched our lives and will always 
be with us.  Your loss is shared by all of us.

                                 Rich, Kathy, Jaclyn and Rebecca      

Date: Tue, 15 Aug 1995 09:14:37 -0700
From: (Thomas Lenehan)
Subject: Bye, Jerry

From the Fillmore East in the late '60's to Giants Stadium last June 
I've always known that you were special. Thanks for all the good music 
and the good vibes. Look down on us all, and help us achieve peace.

Date: Tue, 15 Aug 95 10:32:37 0000
From: Cliff Edwards 
Organization: dxp

To all my friends across the country, all my love and thoughts during 
this time of sadness and joy. We are in a time of mourning and 
celebration, celebration of Jerry and of ourselves and the love that we 
carry. Be well, carry on the torch. I'm thinking of you all and the 

Date: Tue, 15 Aug 1995 15:55:09 -0400
Subject: "He's Gone"

Jerry I've sent several message's only to have them not show up
on the net. I know you must be intercepting them. 
Love you, and the words, "I know you rider gonna miss
me when I'm gone" really hurt now. 
Everyone misses you.
Peace & Love and we'll catch up with you later.

Date: Tue, 15 Aug 95 15:47:14 -0500
From: john wojno 
Subject: Jerry's Death.

I wasn't what you could call a Deadhead.  I went through stages
in my life where I would listen to everything I could get my hands
on, then switch over to some other style of music that I was 
interested in (much as Jerry tended to dabble in all things musical).
I did, however, get the opportunity to see the Dead four times.  I will
remember those shows fondly forever.  The last was at Buckeye Lake
last year.  I went with a friend of mine whom I had recently met that
had an extra ticket to the show.  What I remember most about that show 
was the transformation it brought about in me.  I was stuck in a job I 
hated, dealing with stomach problems and stress and many of the other
problems one can exprience when taking yourself and your job too seriously,
when, as if by magic, I was transported back to a happier time.  I felt as
if I were sixteen again, going to that first show and grooving to the music.
It was phenomenal!  Consequently, I will mourn Jerry's passing in many ways.
There is the loss of his musical genius to this world and the end of an era.
In addition, my more selfish side will mourn that which I had lost, found 
and now lost forever.  I hope that somehow I can capture that goodness that he
stood for, and that the shows brought out in all of us, that I can continue
to bring it to others in the course of my life.  I will also try to remember 
the feelings of youth they inspired, that I may better deal with the problems
I face in the years to come.  Thanks for everything Jerry!  My condolences
to his wife and daughters; the band; and the entire GD extended family.

John Wojno

P.S.  If Blake Delghouffre is out there reading these, I've been thinking of 
      you ever since I heard the news.

Date: Tue, 15 Aug 95 16:28:32 0000
From: Eva Jettmar 
Organization: Braintrust

And what a sweet man he was...
He took his highs, took his smiles
took off before the show could end.
Where he went... who can know,
or if he will ever return to help us now...
find the message he brought
before the sand and the snowstorms
of those who have lost the magic
cover his tracks.
No more stories, no more moving on.
He left his roadside, left a trail
of smiles and intangible beauties.
        So long, Jerry, sleep tight.
I kiss you good-night.
He was an old man.

Dear Garcia family,  please let me offer my condolences in this 
time of mourning and sadness. May it be of consolation that thousands of
friends reach out to hold your hand, and may this tragic loss help us to
find the peace and happiness he brought.

Jerry never died, never will. He lives on in the hearts he
touched, and the vibes he brought fill our souls. I feel for you, 

All my love,


Date: Tue, 15 Aug 1995 15:16:01 -0700
X-Personal_Name: Peter Batt
Subject: A great Man

Sorry to see him go

From: Darrel Killebrew 
Date: Tue, 15 Aug 95 16:01:32 -2400

I was very happy on Wednesday morning as I turned my radio
at work on to KZON radio station and heard Sugaree.  Then it
was announced that Jerry had been pronounced dead at 4:23 AM.
I felt like my world had fallen apart.  It was extremely difficult
staying at work.  My two daughters and myself are JGB and GD fans.  
We have been playing GJB and GD music since Wednesday.  
Our deepest sympathies go out to the Garcia family, and
the members of the band.  You are in our good thoughts and prayers.
Nancy and Suzy K.

Date: Tue, 15 Aug 1995 20:16:33 -0400
Subject: Jerry Garcia

The lives he touched will carry his flame forever.

Date: Tue, 15 Aug 1995 23:45:12 -0400 (EDT)
From: The Desk of Allen Farmelo 
Subject: Commenting from file
Organization: University at Buffalo
Mime-Version: 1.0

X-Personal_name: Kilissa McGoldrick
Subject: you've all inspired

Thank you all for creating such magic over the past
twenty years. I grew up hearing your songs, my mother
had your records. My own life was shaped by the freedom
and creative momentum of the sixties scene you all made. 

When I heard that Gerry died I had a momentary flash of
knowing that he is not far, his spirit is still here near the
earth--and that is good.

Thank you, all the Grateful Dead members for supporting
Musicians United for Superior Education through the
Rex Foundation. Because of your generosity we are starting
to make some headway in putting music (and dance) back
into Buffalo's elementary schools. 

Keep the good vibes going. I hope you all will not stop playing just because
of this. 

Date: Tue, 15 Aug 95 23:14:02 0000

My heartfelt condolences to everyone in the immediate 
family, as well as everyone in the extended Grateful Dead 
Family.  His passing on is more than the end of his mortal 
life but an end of an era.  Jerry touched our lifes with his 
great presence and he will continue to do so in his absence.  
His art and his music will live forever, as  does his memory. 
Thanks for everything Jerry.....Miss you ....

Date: Wed, 16 Aug 95 00:30:50 -0700
From: "Jay A. Ross" 
Organization: Computer Consultant
Subject: Forever in our hearts

Forever in our hearts. 

Jay A. Ross @

Date: Wed, 16 Aug 95 10:06:41 CDT
Subject: Jerry
I just have to say that we are going to miss Jerry and that we hope that the
memories of the concerts last forevnd wit would never end.

From: Michael Holland 
Date: Wed, 16 Aug 95 01:20:52 -700
Subject: polo grounds san francisco

returning from out of town i got to the polo field after
the memorial was over. it still went on till almost six p.m.
out in the parking area three (must have been ) musicians
played "ripple". only about five people standing around,
but it was real strong, real strong. 

Date: Wed, 16 Aug 95 16:43:47 -0500
From: Illinois State Fair 
Organization: Lt. Gov. Office
Subject: Such Sorow

     I give my respects to Jerry's family and friends. I will 
miss him so much. Jerry was like a god to all of us. I went to 
only one of the concerts and became a instant Dead head all 
because of a great man named Jerry Garcia. I wish you for the 
best.Jerry will be missed so much.
                       A Dead Head Named Lester

Date: Wed, 16 Aug 95 16:47:46 -0700
From: Scott Egner 
Organization: JS Egner & Associates
Subject: Friends and family of Jerry

My heart goes out to all of you. The world lost a special person 
last week. May we all keep memories of him and his sweet music 
close to our hearts as we continue on with our own journey.

Thanks to everyone who responded.
252 messages were mailed on August 16th.
Any additional messages will also be forwarded.

Back to In Memoriam - Jerry Garcia

Gordon Hake's Home Page