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Patty Hale July 23, 2012 at 03:20 pm
I did not grow up in the Shoreline area, so as a child I did not get to experience the magic thatRead More was JP Patches. As an adult, I learned what a big part he played in the history, fun, and magic of the region. There was something about that face of his that drew people to him. He will be missed and remembered by kids young and old. Chris Wedes, in character as JP Patches made a very important visit to Shoreline in 2003. I had the privilege and honor of sharing the title of Grand Marshall for the Celebrate Shoreline Parade with the great JP Patches. Patty Hale
Anne May 14, 2012 at 04:25 am
' "When I was around her, I had no reason to be sad and frown," said one young woman.'Read More That one sentence says so much about how it sounds like she lived & will be remembered.
1BadBoy August 24, 2011 at 12:10 am
Wow, too bad. Justin deserves what he got. What was NOT deserved was the experience of that poorRead More woman who was slammed into by Justin and that she will relive that experience for the rest of her life. Sorry you don't agree, but that's too bad for you. Everyone has good and bad experiences in their life, it's how they react to those experiences that is either good or bad. He made bad choices and paid for it. Darwinism in action. I don't apologize for my comments.
chris Petetsen August 29, 2011 at 05:07 pm
RIP Justin you will be missed. You are loved beyond words that can describe.your bright smile willRead More never be forgotten.
chris Petetsen August 29, 2011 at 05:08 pm
RIP Justin you will be missed. You are loved beyond words that can describe.your bright smile willRead More never be forgotten.
Janet Way July 30, 2011 at 12:48 am
So tragic and eerie that they were all from Shoreline, and now all gone. But, we should proud toRead More have had such great representatives for us a the Mariners. Rest in Peace, Rick, Ed and Bill.
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