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Name: Farting Bear
From: California
I'm speechless. It's 2017 and I just was reminiscing about my adventures, particularly with Jeremy and Billy H. I looked Jeremy up, and here I find he's passed. I cannot retell of our time together, other than to say he is one of the most authentic people I've ever met. What I learned from him saved my a** in a very difficult period of my life, for which I will always be grateful. He showed me that I truly wanted be a better person.
See ya next time around brother.
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Name: J
From: EX-GP
Got to thinking about you again today. Your passion and your drive. Your thoughtfulness and your understanding. I didn't now you were gone for a while because I had selfishly removed myself from the passion I, myself, had for making the world a better place. Every time I feel like I can't do it, I reflect on your achievements.
We even butted heads, but after years of 'what-ifs' and 'could've beens', I can at least reason that debate was the beginning of my understanding of many things and various points of view. Thanks.
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Submitted by Comments:
Name: Fadir
Some men in this region here wear too long pants/trousers
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Name: Gina Marie Chase
From: Santa Monica, CA
I had Jeremy in Art class my senior year at South High. We sat at the same table and shared many laughs that year. He was amazing then and I never forgot him. To date, I always think of him when I hear Ramble On from Led Zeppelin. He loved that song. I just learned of his passing yesterday and watched the videos of all that he was busy doing since I last saw him many years before. What an extraordinary human. I am so grateful that I had the honor of meeting him early on. RIP Jeremy. You will never be forgotten and your spirit still lives and moves... Ramble On my dear friend.
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Name: Mari Momii
From: Japan
Remembering Jeremy again since I am in Bay Area. We worked together on a rainforest campaign and he had such a deep grasp of our culture and a true passion for the better of all living things. Jeremy, I miss you dearly as a co-worker and a close friend. Lots of love.
Added: March 13, 2010 Delete this entry  Reply to entry  View IP address  
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Name: John Stephenson
From: South Bay California
Jeremy was my friend and bandmate. I had not seen or spokenm to him since 1991 when we just got back from a show in Denver playing with Agnostic Front and Agression. He was leaving for School at San Diego the next day.

Jeremy was a great guitar player and I am so saddened by the thought of his passing that I can hardly type this note.

I miss him very much.
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Name: Frances Gollip
From: Raised in Torrance, Walteria a
I used to go out with Jeremy back in middle school at Newton. Gosh, I haven't seen Jeremy since the beginning of 11th grade at South High. I miss him so much. I was asking around for him and I just recently found out of his death. Jeremy was a wonderful person, with a great sense of humor. He will definetley be missed by me....
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Name: Chris Best
From: South Bay
Jeremy was a good friend of mine a long time ago. We lost touch when we were about 18-19 yrs. old but I never forgot him. I was so saddened to hear of his passing. I miss you my friend RIP brother!!SS PUNX!!
Added: September 4, 2009 Delete this entry  Reply to entry  View IP address  
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Name: Jonathan Alexander
From: Hyattsville MD
I worked with Jeremy on and off at Greenpeace He taught me how to tie my 1st anchor in an industrial setting in perpetration for an up coming action. He was very patient with me and a great teacher! I just found out about his death through Face Book and it saddens me immensely. I saw Jeremy from time to time at a local climbing gym in Alexandria I worked at. I snuck him in for free and we climbed together a few times. He told me stories about happenings at Green peace teased me about not being involved anymore. I was too busy chasing my future wife and working my day job in the real world. He was an impressive individual I admired him, his dedication, and the difference he made. I'm sure he would not want me to be sad but I feel the world is a little less right now, knowing he is not out there somewhere doing something. I will miss him.
Added: July 27, 2009 Delete this entry  Reply to entry  View IP address  
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Name: Julie Gouldener-Ferris
From: Forest Hill, MD
I love you, my friend. Still missing you, still loving you- just as fresh and near as if I saw you yesterday. Wherever and whatever you are now- smile on us as we think of you.
Added: April 30, 2009 Delete this entry  Reply to entry  View IP address  

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