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April 20, 2022


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This is so sad . . . He was so young and full of life!

I'm very sorry to read this. Way too young.

I hosted him on Long Island and he was a total delight. I will miss him greatly,. Mitchel Agoos

Thank you... services are pending.... a great loss to all of our family

this is so tragic..I will sit by the sea and pray for his spirit and celebrate his life through a moment of calm...

He .was such a joy and although I understood. He was following his dream it was important to me that his family supported him on his Windsurfing gypsy circuit path so I followed him in unstalking visits to Rio Vista, only two hours away, and watched the windsurfers . It was lovely to see. He mastered the sea but he still owns real estate in my heart....GrandmaQ

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