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RIP Janis Booth

RIP Janis Booth

RE: RIP Janis Booth

I'm very sorry to hear this news, Tamar. I remember Jim (as he was then) all the way back in Compuserve days. Even then he was a noted writer and speaker. I met him a couple of times at conferences.

Thanks for letting us know.


Mike Lewis (Edinburgh, Scotland)

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RE: RIP Janis Booth

Thanks for posting this, Tamar.

RE: RIP Janis Booth

That's sad news, thanks for sharing, nevertheless. I remember her still as Jim from UT threads.

My current mood is more determined by my father having had a by-pass operation and now being in convalescence, still concerned but thankful for the success of the operation.

Bye, Olaf.

RE: RIP Janis Booth

Glad to hear that your father is improving, Olaf. One of the worst aspects of aging is dealing with the illnesses (whether final or not) of one's parents.


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