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Gretchen Beekler Davidson April 18, 2014 at 08:13 pm
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Karen Popp April 19, 2014 at 04:16 pm
After hiking, running and biking all over Mt. Tam, this seems very suspicious to me. Two women inRead More two weeks found dead from two falls? I know people can fall while exercising there, but to have both be fatalities seems like something else is going on. Ladies, please be careful and observant if you decide to go hiking alone until this is sorted out.
tiana wells February 21, 2013 at 01:04 pm
Mr Geddes let me in his classroom during his study break as there was no Ceramics IV class .Read More I was his solo student and had the chance to get to know him. He was a good influence in my life.I am sad to see him go so soon.
Leslie Marioni February 21, 2013 at 03:19 pm
A visit from Don Geddes was always a highlight. He was the only teacher I had in high school thatRead More was genuinely interested in me as a person. He could look you right in the eyes and you could actually see his eyes sparkle! He was full of life, enthusiasm, and compassion. He also had this feeling about him that life is a great adventure. He was a kind-hearted soul and will be greatly missed. I am saddened by this loss and my thoughts and prayers go out to his family.
Kimberly Hall June 3, 2013 at 08:05 pm
My prayer goes to his family and to Don Geddes. He will forever be missed. May his soul rest inRead More eternal peace. -http://www.crosby-ngray.com/
Jerry Seltzer October 21, 2012 at 01:33 pm
We have all lost a great asset and friend. Not only did Lumpy play Santa Clause to our family, butRead More he accompanied Judi and me to the UC Medical Center Christmas season to bring gifts and cheer to the children in the cancer ward. The Valley will not be the same.
T.M. October 7, 2011 at 01:42 pm
I never worked for Apple, or met Steve Jobs but I amold enough to have had a Mac Classic II--my veryRead More first computer. ever since then, Steve jobs continued to change the way I manage the details of my business and my life. He was an amazing innovator of course, but also had this incredible enthusiasm and optimism that will be missed at Apple. If you haven't ever seen it, go to you tube and search for "Steve Jobs Stanford commencement address." He will be sadly missed.
Michael James October 8, 2011 at 12:41 pm
I bought a MAC in the box in 1984. It is just like Jobs to upstage the garish news coverage of theRead More Amanda Knox acquittal and the circus of Dr. Murrays trial with a genuine event which is of true meaning to the world. We will never know or experience some things in the world of technology because this genius's mind is now silent.
Eran Glago June 10, 2011 at 06:57 pm
I am very saddened to hear about the passing of one of my favorite Sonoma "mentors".Read More During our time serving together on the Sonoma Valley Citizen's Advisory Commission, Ig always took me under his wing and helped me understand the opposing viewpoint. It was always a pleasure bumping into him at the Sonoma post office a few times a month, and he never missed an opportunity to stop and ask me how work was or how the family was doing. He was particularly interested in a foster child we took in, and always asked about her well-being. Once I asked him who I had to kill to get a bridge named after me, and he just laughed. Ig was a Sonoma treasure, and I will miss him.
Peter June 11, 2011 at 02:24 pm
Tourists always ask me what I like to do in Sonoma when they come in to my bead and jewelry store onRead More Broadway. I almost always tell them that my favorite thing to do is walk up the plaza, go up to Spain St. Turn right and continue to 2nd Street East. Turn left. Take in the Clydesdale horses and continue up to Vella Cheese. Go in and if you're lucky Ig will be there. Purchase great cheese at real factory prices. Take in The Patch across the street for fresh vegetables. Walk back and enjoy rural and historic Sonoma a block off the Plaza. Tourists were in the shop one Sunday morning and a couple Sonomans. I suggested they go to Vella's. One of the locals said she didn't think they were open on Sunday. I called Vella's. Ig answered the phone on the second ring and confirmed that they were closed on Sundays. I didn't know him very well but I really admired him a lot.
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