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I was walking around noho last night and came across some art on the wall of a hand reaching out all glowing and cool. Then as i walked more i saw a plane *memorial plate with a brief story of you and your heroisim. This am i found out my sister died of cancer. I dont know how to say these two stories are connected but thank you. I feel you kept her safe. Or she kept you safe. Or we are all keeping one another save.– Raul javier valenzuela
01/28/2020 – Today is the anniversary death of Thomas G. Taylor, my step-father that I lost when I was only 11 years old. I am now 50, and I still think about him often and miss him. My Mother, Jonet Taylor- Caplan (Tom’s widow), passed away in 2018. I hope they are spending time together in heaven and happy once again.
Sincerely, Teresa M Nemtusak– Teresa M Nemtusak