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Posted on: Aug 18, 2021 at 11:50 AM

A few shots from my deck in St. John. And the beach.

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Posted on: Aug 06, 2021 at 11:04 AM

Warm greetings to you Clark! I've thought of you many times since seeing you at your house after that last reunion. If you come to Salt Lake at times, it would be a joy to meet and catch up. And if we don't catch up beforehand, I'm thinking we'll see each other at the next Skyline reunion. Wishing you peaceful playfulness always.

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Jerilyn Kuhre has left an In Memory comment for Profile.
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Apr 04, 2021 at 1:27 PM

Upon seeing the post about Amy's death, I was stunned. I felt a pang in the pit of my stomach and tears welled up in my eyes. I immediately chastised myself for not keeping in touch with her better. Procrastination really stings!

She was a quiet, still-waters-run-deep kind of person. Never one to brag about her accomplishments, an uniformed acquaintance might take her at her self-deprecating word, but that would be a mistake. A quality of hers - even more than her brilliance - was her great capacity to listen to others' feelings and ideas. She went into the right profession, even though she chuckled about it once with me, as though it were a minor achievement to find the right fit for a life's profession.

In high school, she was a role model, but she was so stellar that she was out of my league; I could only look up to her. For me, if Amy thought something was a good idea, I was all in. Form a women's baketball group and reserve courts at the U of U - ? Sure! We managed to get together to play games for a number of months. Few of us could even make baskets, but it was a different kind of activity for studious high school girls. We took advantage of it, too, as a good excuse afterward to go downtown to have lunch at Shakespeare's Sandwich Shoppe every once in a while.

I can't say I will miss her on a personal level, because I haven't been involved in her life for so many years. But I can assume that her physical absence in the universe will deeply affect many. These words would probably make Amy smile shyly, as if to shrug it off as no big deal, but no matter, because it is true. I can see her face  now, always beautiful, and beautifully understated.

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Jan 24, 2021 at 5:43 PM

Dave, welcome to our Class Website. We are always glad when someone joins. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me. Tim