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post #31 of 40
I was both shocked and saddened to hear of Kay's passing. I had such a lovely time skiing with you both at Loveland last year -- and the photo of us all at the top has been framed and on my desk ever since. Thank you both for one of the greatest days of my life.

Wishing you Peace, Comfort, and many Happy memories of a life well-lived.

Warm regards,
post #32 of 40

My thoughts and prayers go out to you my friend. This news hit me right in the pit of my stomach - I can't even imagine what you've been going through. I hope that time will at least help "numb" the pain from this wound. I look forward to being able to "tip back a few" with you soon. Take care.
post #33 of 40
While you feel the loss and, even more, afterwards, remember the good times.
My sympathy and prayers . . .
post #34 of 40
God, this is so tragic, I was overwhelmingly shocked and heart sick when I heard the news.

I had the opportunity to finally meet and ski with a number of Bears this past season, and getting to know Bruce and Kay was a highlight of my winter. Two of the NICEST people I've ever had the honor call my friends. I found them to be true lovers of the mountains who reveled in the wonder of living and playing in them. Always quick to offer a smile and extend the hand of friendship to a new acquaintance, and would do anything for anyone, be them friend or stranger.

Bruce, I'm so mournfully sorry for your loss. I was so fond of Kay. Such a sweet, kind woman, with such a zest for life. Those who ever had the good fortune to meet her along her too short journey through this world were truly blessed. I consider myself a member of that privileged group. I'll always remember her courageous spirit that day in Vail as she followed us around the black runs of the back bowls, game to go anywhere, even doing drop ins without reservation. I'll miss her.

Bruce, stay strong my friend. Carry with you that love of life Kay was so endowed with. Let her infectious spirit live on in you. And remember, you have many friends here who will be there for you, in anyway we can, anytime you need us. I look forward to our next day of play in the mountains together, celebrating that love of life that Kay possessed, and the trail she blazed for us to follow.
post #35 of 40
So sorry to see this news. My thoughts and prayers are with you.
post #36 of 40
Bong, Colleen and I convey our heartfelt sympathy. To lose a loved one is so painful. The good times and love will never die.
post #37 of 40
It's never easy to lose a member of any community. I'm too new here to know any of you personally, but the sense of loss is palpable on this board. My sincere thoughts and prayers are with everyone involved.
post #38 of 40
Mi mas sentido pesame. Carry on Bong.
post #39 of 40
There are no words to comfort you in your loss, Bong. May peace be with you.
post #40 of 40


I would llke to thank all the Bears and our friends who have shown their support and love during this time of sorrow. Your posts, cards and calls have been a great help to me in getting through this time of sadness.

I would also like to thank all our friends who attended Kay's memorial service here in Colorado on Monday. It was a beautiful morning, ssh said a prayer in celebration of her life and memory. Our friend Leon Litttlebird played a Native American flute solo in honor of Kay's heritage.

Thanks again for all the love and support shown by our friends here in the Epicski Community. Kay will be remembered with love and affection by all of us who knew and cared about her.

yours, in loving memory of Kay Bailey,
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