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Name: sabra miller
From: Los Angeles
I met Jeremy at Point Dume beach in Malibu in 1997. He was rock climbing and I walked up and said "wow I always wanted to try that" and with that, Jeremy said "Want to now?" I was lke "..ok" and he helped and encouraged me to climb that rock wall! We became friends for the next several months but eventually lost contact. But I have always remembered the things he taught me and how he opened my eyes to so many ideas and things I never knew. He was an amazing person. I am a better, stronger girl from knowing him and although our friendship was brief I still feel its impact today and still tell new friends about what he taught me all those years ago. His example is one we should follow. I miss him. Love you Jeremy thanks for being my friend.sabra
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Name: Audry Mills
From: Virginia Beach, VA
I never met you. Thank you for your life and the inspiration and meaning it brings to mine.
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Name: paul kawika martin
From: washington, dc
i will always remember our conversations about "unconditional love." much love to you jeremy and to all our friends and family.

paul
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Name: Michael Ceraso
From: Los Angeles, Ca
Hello,

We never meant, and as of today this was the first I ever heard of you...yet for some reason the universe wanted your name embedded in my mind, heart and soul. Mission accomplished universe!

What you did for GP inspires me to be humble, reminds me that people like yourself came before and people like yourself will come after me...with more courage, with more discipline and with more vision than I could ever endow. Jeremy your influence on Greenpeace, on the movement will never be forgotten by your peers, by your family and by your myth that will echo through the halls of Greenpeace lore.

You have touch my soul..

Ceraso
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Name: Michael Paster
From: Walnut Creek, CA
Jeremy,

My son, I will carry memories and love for you with me for the rest of my days. I thank the creative source and Sherry, your mom who brought you into this world. I thank Laura for being with you and me on the wonderful journey of your life, as well as your brother Joshua, and sisters Ilana and communicator of the "you and me "universe, rather than the competitive "you or me" reality.

You amaze me at the depth and breadth of your
friendships, the depth of your loving, and your
commitment to your bride, Bethleigh.

Thank you for the loyalty, focus, and powerful support
from Jeremy's activist friends and organizations. A
special thanks to Green Peace.

“The grief over a life taken too soon is so hard to
bear, unless we give validity to the life lived, not
the life that “could have been.”

The miracle is that Jeremy lasted as long as he did,
that he faced cancer with all the courage and élan
with which he faced those who wanted to ravage the
environment. Jeremy touched countless lives and he
made a difference in this world.

As Jake, who was trained by Jeremy at Ruckus camp
said “We were all Jeremy’s children. We learned ropes and non-violent action. We were not his genetic, but his mimetic children and we will never forget him.”

Jeremy, I will always love you,

Dad
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Name: Sherry Galloway
From: Albuquerque, NM
Jeremy, you are my heart and my center. You are my son, yet you are not mine. You have always been of the Universe and now that you are no longer in this physical existence with me, I look deeper into my heart and center and farther into the expanse around me to feel you. I cannot touch your skin and call you up to hear you laugh; I can breathe the ocean air, feel the breeze upon my face, sniff the sweet and tart scents of new leaves and run fresh, loose dirt through my fingers and you are there, all around me, in me forever. Thank you, my sweet, good son for sharing so much of your time, love, friends, work, joy and, yes, pain with me. I love you always, Mom
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Name: Michael Paster
From: Walnut Creek, CA
Jeremy, Family, and friends,

Our cantor Shulamit Wise Fairman sent us this poem by Hannah Senesh, the young Jewish freedom fighter who died in WWII.

There are stars whose radiance is

visible on earth

though they have

long been extinct.

There are people whose brilliance

continues to light the world

though they are no

longer among the living.

These lights are particularly

bright when the night is dark.

They light the way for humankind.

Jeremy, I will always love you,

Dad

Every day you have less reason
not to give yourself away.
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Submitted by Comments:
Name: Deanna
From: Greenpeace site
I felt a wave of sadness to hear of this young
man's death. It's such a tragedy since he was
one with Greenpeace, that I admire so much.
I'm so sorry for his family and all who knew
him personally.
We've got to get rid of the chemicals, pollution
that is killing our Planet, Earth.
We've got to do it as soon as possible to pre-
vent cancers that are rampant in our world today.
I have a son who just went through surgery and
is still on chemo. He is only 31, husband, father
of twins only 2 years old... It was genetic they
say and colon cancer.
I know this man will be a model for other young
people...
Namaste, Deanna who lives with her adopted
aussie, Nizhoni-Tipsoo
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Submitted by Comments:
Name: Michael Jones
From: Upper Peninsula of Michigan
What an extraordinary man. The nations media should focus more on outstanding individuals like Jeremy instead of the trash it portrays on a daily basis.It is people such as he who truly make a difference in the world. A tragic loss but one that induces us all carry on Jeremys legacy.

Michael Jones
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Submitted by Comments:
Name: Abi
From: England, UK
To Jeremy,

I was directed to your work by a dear friend of mine and I now write here to wish you peace. Your dedication and passion will be remembered forever by those who knew you, loved you & even those who admired you from afar.
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