Re: Lon


Thanks, Andrew. Damn! Pat last month, and now Lon. <sigh> Lon is indeed a Good Man. If he's awake, tell him we're all thinking of him, Teri. I hope he peacefully moves on to whatever further adventures await him. We'll sure miss him.

On 1/23/2020 9:47 PM, Andrew wrote:
I happened to be near and stopped by. Lon is not doing well and is not expected to last much longer. It sound like cascading system failures. As best I can recall (apologies to Terri if I get this wrong) He fell yesterday - badly, striking his head.  When the EMTs arrived, he refused service. After they left, he behaved erratically and Terri called the EMTs again. When they got him in they ran some tests, and found several issues. His condition kept worsening, no matter what they tried, so they've stopped trying.
Quinn was there, as were other friends. Lon is a good man. A big man with a big heart. He's a great story teller. He's been a friend to all of us.
John <@Jkohnen>
What wisdom can you find that is greater than kindness? (Jean Jacques Rousseau)

Join to automatically receive all group messages.