Date: Fri, 11 Aug 95 15:57:13 -0600 From: Ian M Ellison
Organization: Allied Access, Inc. Good bye Jerry.... we love you... Ian
Date: Fri, 11 Aug 1995 14:29:10 -0700 From: Blake.A.Wood@ Subject: My most sincere condolances
Date: Fri, 11 Aug 95 17:59:11 -0700 From: Jeff Corey
Organization: A friend The Seed the four-fingered Hand has sewn the seeds have grown to become one To share all that is, was and all that might have been they are happy to be and reach to the sky in rejoice they bloom their flowers so that many can see their celebration the seasons pass, summer peaks golden grass, the river weeps And all the while, tears are cried they fall to Earth, the dream has died And in their fall, a seed awaits to come anew in its watering wake to once again, bloom together to reach the sky, to love each other For in the arms of Heavens Gate the Hand that touched our lives will wait And watch with love, all his children 'til the day we all come home. by Jeff Corey firstname.lastname@example.org
Date: Fri, 11 Aug 95 17:59:04 -0700 From: email@example.com Subject: THANKS JERRY Thanks for the sounds, the fun, and the people. Keep on, Keep on
Date: Fri, 11 Aug 1995 18:56:09 -0400 From: AAS9@aol.com Subject: JERRY'S SPIRIT WILL LIVE IN ALL OF OUR SOULS FOREVER :(:(:(:(
Date: Fri, 11 Aug 95 16:55:07 MDT From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Emery Hill) Subject: a loss As Jerry wrote, "we will survive," but the world will be a grayer place without his guiding light. Our condolences to his immediate family and to the millions of "Jerry's kids" everywhere.
Date: Fri, 11 Aug 95 19:27:40 0000 From: Paul Kane
I think of what someone once said of Emerson, that he was "the friend and aider of those who would live in the spirit." It's hard to lose friends like that. I'm sorry for us all. God speed.
Date: Fri, 11 Aug 1995 19:26:15 -0400 From: TJODowd@aol.com Subject: Jerry's passing It is sad to know that that we will never see him again. Like a leader in the world, he is gone and can never be replaced. He will be sorely missed, and never forgotten. it is incredible the power he had. He was more than a cultural phenomena. He was such a big part of these times that it was like he was a messenger from heaven trying to show the way to a better world. The outpouring of affection is witness to the love there is for him between millions of people who are connected because of his humanity and skills. God love you, Jerry Garcia. Till we meet again!
From: dhammond@nature.Berkeley.EDU Date: Fri, 11 Aug 95 15:45:03 -700 Subject: there are no words, but maybe a song? you are probably getting thousands of these, i just wanted to say thanks for filling my life with the love, music and friendship, in peace, sara
Date: Fri, 11 Aug 1995 16:57:02 -0700 From: email@example.com (Fred Fisher) Subject: Thank you Jerry The sixties died today, I guess I can finally go home and tell my wife I'm finally an adult. For a man who had so many "highs", he certianly gave them to so many more. "Gone are the Days" that we can look forward to a set of shows that will clear our "mental cobwebs" and give us a much needed dose of a different reality. Whether a fan was still part of the Counter Culture or part of the mainstream of society, we all shared that much needed breeze of fresh air generated by the finest melody lead guitar ever played. Many Deadheads are not throw backs to a lost era, many are working professionals that needed that timeout that only Jerry and the boys could provide. Gone now is the semi-annual vacation I so looked forward to, gone now is my semi-annual reunion with the largest extended family I have. Gone now is a space and time that only could occur with a spatial trip provided by a searing solo guitar sporting a dancing hula girl. We tired to make a differnece in the sixities and maybe we did. Certianly The Grateful Dead did, by proving that success can occur outside the mainstream of a music industry fraught with over produced and thrown together bands, purchased songs, and performers where musicians once thrived. If I have to be an adult now, it's sad to think it will be in a world without a man who gave me and others so much. It's even sadder to realize that we'll never again be in a place where all 16000 perple are smiling To quote another fallen friend (Bill Graham), "it's not that they're the best at what they do, they're just the only ones doing it." Frederick J. Fisher CEO, The Fisher Associates
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Date: Fri, 11 Aug 95 20:38:43 -400 Subject: Wish you all Well
Date: Fri, 11 Aug 95 18:16:56 -0700 Sender: firstname.lastname@example.org From: Ileana Blade
Subject: there are no words ... dear Bobby, Phil, Mickey, Bill, Vince and Deborah: i feel so sad ... yet at the same time so grateful for what Jerry gave us, and then again so sad ... i am so sorry none of us will ever get to see again his sunny face, hear his very sweet voice, feel his warmth presence, enjoy the happiness he created ... it is such a waste, such an undescribable loss. Jerry is in the light now, but our darkness has grown a little larger. I feel so sad for you too. My heart feels for you. with much sorrow and love ileana
Date: Fri, 11 Aug 95 19:35:58 -0700 From: Cesar Moreno
Subject: In Memorian I am not exactly a fan of Grateful Dead, but knew the virtuosism of Jerry Garcia, I saw him in 1989 in LA playing side by side with Carlos Santana, Ruben Blades, and Tito Puente. I was really surprised of his versatility. Since then i started to listen his music. Long Live Jerry Garcia! Sincerely, Cesar Moreno.........a peruvian in USA
Date: Fri, 11 Aug 95 10:59:58 0000 From: MIKE <72610,email@example.com> I just can't even think straight now. All I now is the world is a lonlier place without that man. He was just a phenominal human being. My condolences to all the Grateful Dead family RIP Jerry. You are deeply missed and loved.
Date: Fri, 11 Aug 1995 20:12:33 -0700 From: firstname.lastname@example.org As one who was touched so deeply by his words and music and deeds, through what I only now realize were the best and most important years of my life, Jerry's passing has left me feeling so alone, yet so tightly connected with all of you who feel his loss as I do. He will live on in each of us, whose lives he touched so beautifully. I just want to pass along my deepest sympathies to those who miss him the most... to his family and friends and everyone who knew him well. My love goes out to you tonight, and always.
Date: Fri, 11 Aug 1995 23:34:54 -0400 X-Personal_Name: Gaetan Iavicoli From: giav@CAM.ORG Subject: Condolences To Jerry's family,friends,to the Dead and all Deadheads everywhere my sincere sorrow for the lost but never shall his music,his voice and his words be forgotten. Hendrix,Joplin,Lennon, now Jerry. They must have one hell of a concert up there....but we got them first! Again our thoughts are with you all. respectefully gi
From: Scott Phillips
Date: Sun, 06 Aug 95 22:35:13 -700 Subject: Jerry If a man's life is measured in how much joy, happiness, and contentment he creates for others then Jerry was without equal. I feel blessed to have been touched by the magic this man created. Nothing left to do but smile, smile, smile...
From: email@example.com Date: Fri, 11 Aug 95 22:50:17 Subject: jerry garcia Jerry has been in my thoughts and dreams for a long time now. The band helped me get by,with his memory I will survive. WE WILL GET BY. I Love you, Jerry, you'll be missed...
Date: Sat, 12 Aug 1995 00:21:33 -0400 X-Personal_Name: tom hollowell From: firstname.lastname@example.org Subject: mailto:email@example.com He was good, helped us all to feel....
Date: Sat, 12 Aug 95 14:16:00 -0700 From: David Greene
Subject: Life I heard the Dead on three occasions in England in 1972. I have never forgotten the heights that I reached listening to them in concert. I will remember for as long as I am the icy steel guitar cutting through and tickling my neurones. The band was inspirational. To lose Jerry is a loss to all. May we all live with the memory of Jerry and the values that were intrinsic to his being and beyond. Love
Date: Sat, 12 Aug 1995 00:25:29 -0400 From: KenM315@aol.com Subject: Jerry I loved him, his music, and how he made me feel. There is a feeling that is so unique that I will never forget- and never experience again. You know: when the boys hit the stage- and the lights are still out- but the crowd knows. It spreads. Its electric- it made the hairs on the back of my neck dance. It was anticipation, it was great to see you again, it was wondering what tonight would be like. It was magic. Jerry did things on the guitar that I never heard anyone do. His music did something to me. I will miss him. I will always carry him and that feeling he gave me. My deepest feelings to those around him and all he touched. Goodbye Jerry.
Date: Fri, 11 Aug 95 21:40:24 -0700 From: John Mares
Organization: The Loop I'm really distraght that he is gone. He was everything to me. I think I understand why Kurt Cobain checked out...The Horror, the horror. I've got a Mossberg 590 to my head. I love you Jerry. Bang.
Date: Sat, 12 Aug 1995 00:28:16 -0500 Personal_Name: Kevin Larsen From: firstname.lastname@example.org I would like to extend my sincere condolences to Jerry's family and friend. Even though I am only fourteen years of age, Jerry brought such happiness to my life in the short time that I listened to him. On July 9th, 1995 I was able to see my first ever Grateful Dead show (thanks to GDTS). I brought along my father, and we both had a wonderful experience. I am lucky that I was there to see Jerry preform that night, for his singing and playing truly touched my father and I. By the way he sang "So Many Roads", I know that he is in peace now up above us. He will forever stay alive, in my heart, and in the hearts of all the thousands of his fans, friends, and family. Thank you Jerry, wherever you are now. Sincerely, Kevin Larsen
Date: Fri, 11 Aug 95 21:01:14 -0700 From: email@example.com I offer my sincerest condolences to all of Jerry's family, friends, and band partners. Although my experience with the Grateful Dead has been virtually none, I have come to understand what an impact this man's ideals had on the thousands of his loyal fans. I regret his loss and the fact that I was not more involved. Be strong and always know that he is in a much higher place where pain is nowhere to be seen. Thank You....
Date: Sat, 12 Aug 1995 00:01:37 EDT From: MZZE51B@prodigy.com (MR HOWARD I RUBIN) It's sad to see the passing of not just an icon but a symbol of hope, of a lifestyle-- of so much promise. Life in general has taken on a much harder edge in the past 20 or so years and we need to be reminded of what is and was the essence of the human spirit--I am afraid that a significant part of that essence has left us this week. Let all of us strive to keep Jerry's spark alive in us --for as long as we can make a difference than Jerry Garcia will live in our hearts, in our minds and in our souls. We must never let his contributions be diminished but we must go on-- at least we have Jerry's model of what the world could be and still can be. Howard Rubin
Date: Sat, 12 Aug 95 02:49:59 -0700 From: Ranney Munro
Subject: JG My heart aches with yours.R. -- Ranney Munro firstname.lastname@example.org
Date: Sat, 12 Aug 95 04:20:24 -0700 From: Dann Clark
Organization: United States International University Subject: Some thoughts on Jerry IT has been hard to keep my eyes dry these last few days. I admit, Wednesday I did not stop crying all day, then I examined the message that Jerry gave us, once the reality had sunk in. Jerry always told us to be happy, to emjoy life, and to LOVE one another. Jerry, we loved you, more than words can describe. You were not an idol, an icon, an entertainer.. you were a friend, an uncle, you were, and always will be, Poppa. I'll never forget the sheer Joy you provided me in the 13 years I was a truly DEADICATED fan, though I heard my first dead song about 16 years ago. It took about 3 years, until I was 14 to really catch on. You were one of the focal points in my life, and will remain so. You are not dead, Poppa, you have merely left the shell you were confined in. A shell that was worn out, a shell that you knew needed repair. I bid you peace, Poppa. I love you. For Debby, I wish you well. I know that what Jerry wants is for us to all remember the good times, to remember the joy, to remember the laughter. A note to the band, as well.. Please go on.. after all, when we go to your shows "we're not doin' this for fun, ya know" - Poppa, 5/20/95 With much love and my deepest regards. Dann Clark
Date: Sat, 12 Aug 1995 05:32:57 -0700 (PDT) From: INTERNET@fuji.kpnw.org X-Personal_name: john conniff From: email@example.com Subject: this life was just a dream
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