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Brainwashed_In_Church May 29, 2014 at 06:08 pm
Computers and virtual machines can write poetry (and play chess) better than humans can anyway.Read More Poets are obsolete.
Jim B. May 29, 2014 at 06:10 pm
Andy, you are a troll and an ahole.
SA May 30, 2014 at 12:20 pm
Power to the People! @ Jim you should get a handle on your anger issues.
Cris Guerrero; Photo courtesy of Ed Guerrero
Ann November 1, 2013 at 08:26 pm
We are speechless and in denial. This is not supposed to happen to someone like Cris. The familyRead More has our heartfelt sympathy. ED I know you are empty inside, this is a wound that will never ever heal. We had the pleasure of knowing Cris and his wonderful father and we were blessed to be with them so very much, especially during cris's tender years in 1987 when Cris was a young endearing child. When he grew up He became such a gentle man and I have never been hugged the way he would always hug me when we would all meet up for a function. I have to believe he is with his mother and grandma and that someday we will meet again. Ed, know that we will be here for you. We wish you strength dear friend and God knows you will need it after this tragedy. I pray that KARMA acts fast and that this spineless COWARD pays the ultimate price . RIP dearest Cris with our love.....George and Ann
Ann November 1, 2013 at 09:16 pm
GONE too soon........tears 😢
Me November 3, 2013 at 01:04 pm
So sad. I hope they find the person that hit him.
Two Sides November 2, 2012 at 12:00 pm
I did not know Michael but I can tell he was a wonderful and brave young man. My condolences to hisRead More family and friends. May your memories give you the strength he so obiously had.
belen November 2, 2012 at 01:18 pm
Good morning Miyamoto family, I never had the opportunity to meet Michael, but through Jason, IRead More learned so much of him. When he fell out of remission this past fall, it was shocking and of course ask the question "Why him, so young," I think I have it figured out Michael was pure of heart unblemished from the ways of or world The pictures I see of him are a true reflection of him " Humble, Strong, Happy." All the notority never changed who he was. To the family how fortunate you were to have such a great son, now a bright shining star in heaven I feel blessed just knowing he is up there now looking over the rest of us. God Bless I wish you Peace during this sad time. Ramirez Family
CHERYL ROSS November 3, 2012 at 02:42 pm
To my Friends the Miyamoto Family, we all were fighting for Michael from day one, he always had theRead More biggest SMILE and when he smiled his eyes smiled with him. He is golfing and catching all the BIG FISH that got away from you with his grandpa. I will always remember of him and his smile. Love you Cheryl
Chuck LaMay July 31, 2012 at 08:43 am
Obama is the new war. All we can do is thank the Fallen and the brave Men and Women serving and beRead More thankful that we have young Soldiers standing up for us and fighting a war that I think is long past our original intent and the time has come to bring them home and put them first in line for loans,homes,medical and jobs and never never have hesitation in shaking the hand of our Son's and Daughters and thank them for something they can't control.
Michael Ali August 2, 2012 at 11:33 pm
Awesome comments Chuck !
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Trisha Bowler April 14, 2011 at 08:30 pm
Those who knew Helen loved her because of her sweet little voice and her always helpful ways. HelenRead More was the Chair of the 60th Assembly District Republican Central Committee. Being the secretary of that committee Helen and I worked closely. We emailed, spoke on the phone often and Gene and Helen cheerfully gave several of us a ride into Los Angeles to Republican meetings. Helen was a friend long before that. For years the Doss's and I worked political phone banks together. You could always depend on those two, always! Both were associate members of the Diamond Bar Republican Women and they were as loyal at attending as they were in her own club. We knew if we had an event that the Doss's would be the first ones to volunteer to help! Helen once taught computer classes so when I had a question on how to do a particular computer task, Helen helped me. When one of my sons was unemployed (in the Internet field) Helen asked him for his help in researching, purchasing, and installing. When she had an Internet problem she called him and he was able to fix it by remote. Helen paid him very well for this task which he appreciated so much. There are so many wonderful memories of Helen that I could go on and on. She was a wonderful hostess and anyone who came to her home was made to feel welcome and her table was always full of delectable foods. It was a real treat to go to her home for meetings! Yes, we loved Helen dearly and we miss her. God Bless you dear friend.
Karen's Korner April 15, 2011 at 11:26 am
I am deeply saddened and shocked to hear about Helen. I am on original vendor of the "DiamondRead More Bar Farmers Market" now know as the Jack Newe Farmers Market. That is when I first met Helen and Gene, in 2001, I watched them walk down the center isle hand in hand going from vendor to vendor. When they approched me to make something for their new granddaughter I knew there was something special about this couple. They not only became a customer that day, they became true friends. Every Saturday, that they were not on a trip, they would venture to the local farmers market to buy fresh vegetables and always stoped by to see how I was doing and talk about their latest adventures. Helen would tell me the many ways to cook the beets and other veggies she got that day, she always had a different receipe. Her and Genes loyalty to the market was unbelieveable. They followed us every where we moved and through the name change, and to me, they became part of that market. I looked forward to seeing them every Saturday. Especially when we talked politics, Helen had her opinion and wasn't afraid to tell it. I will miss you forever Helen and think of you every Saturday while I am at the farmers market visualizing you walking up to my booth. That angelic smile will never be forgotten. Karen Martin
Lydia Plunk April 15, 2011 at 12:26 pm
Helen wrote the best thank you notes, too. A marvelous seamstress, She was the keeper of lost arts.
Lydia Plunk April 11, 2011 at 09:42 pm
Dear Bobbie- Thank you for reminding us of where Al now is. Blessings
Lydia Plunk April 11, 2011 at 09:43 pm
Blessings for writing in.
Lydia Plunk April 11, 2011 at 09:45 pm
Hugs to you and your family. It was a pleasure and honor to get to know AL.
Linda Morrison April 4, 2011 at 02:27 pm
Sherry really was one in a million. We reconnected on Facebook, (as many classmates from MarkRead More Keppel have done), after 45 years of "no contact". From that day on, she touched my life in ways I can't explain. She was extremely funny, had the memory of an elephant (we would joke about this often), so beautiful inside and out, loved her husband and family beyond words (she loved her grandchildren so so much), and had a special knack of making you feel you were the most important person on this earth. Whenever we would chat by phone, I had the honor of talking to Les, who was extremely loving and caring to her. Losing Sherry has been one of the hardest things I've had to deal with.....I will miss her terribly, however, I know she is finally at peace and in no more pain. She so longed for the day she could be with her family and friends she has lost over the years, and in the loving arms of her God. Rest in peace, our Sherry, rest in peace my special friend. I will never forget you. Linda (Dudley) Morrison, Class of 64
Darren Fishell April 4, 2011 at 03:32 pm
Hi Linda, Thank you for sharing your memories of Sherry with the community.
Darren Fishell April 4, 2011 at 03:37 pm
And thanks to all of Sherry's friends and family that helped provide information for this storyRead More about her life.
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