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Eternal 10-Way: Bryan Jones

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I'm so sad about this tragedy and I hope this helps... -Scott

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I posted in another thread, but I'll copy it here:

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I used to like to try to make mister grumpy-pants smile. :ph34r: And it was really freaking me out last night but I could swear I kept seeing him at Casey's house through the window while I was outside on the deck. I remember, for the breadth of a second, thinking, "There's Bryan! Time for hug!' "

My brain wouldn't let it go; I just kept thinking that same thought over and over every time whomever looked like Bryan (from the back) would come into view through the kitchen window. I didn't know who it was, and I kind of didn't want to, either. It almost felt like he was there, and I didn't want that feeling to go away. :(



Bryan I loved when you were leaning on the cabinets in the DZ and had your arms folded and were trying to act all annoyed. :)
And I got you to hug me and I think, in the end, you kinda liked it after all. B|

I'll miss seeing you at the Christmas party...& the rare times I get up that-a way any more.

Last time I'll post it I swear, but dude you looked GOOD! B| I'm still trying to locate the VHS that has this jump vid on it...I've put it away somewhere...

I will always remember that day, the hugs, and you with warm thoughts, and a tear.
~Jaye
Do not believe that possibly you can escape the reward of your action.

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When I first began BASE jumping, and I was eager to learn, Bryan was the one who went to Twin Falls with Tommy Hammond and me to watch over us. I guess at the time I did not realize or fully appreciate what he was doing, but as time went on, I learned to value the friendship of the quiet, soft spoken guy who had a lot to do with my survival in BASE.

Bryan, I will miss you! It is hard to comprehend the loss of a friend at times. This is just too much. Very sad times… :(

Tom Dancs

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I received this photo along with the note below from a friend of a friend. I am sharing it for those who knew Bryan and those who shared his Hawaiian holiday memories.

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He and Sonja landed on the beach on the opposite side of the stream from the rest of us. I had chased one of the dogs down there and was right under him when he landed, he let out a big "Ya ya ya" when he landed and gave me a big hug, that's the most emotion anyone saw out of him the whole day.

AZChallenger JFTC99/02 GOFAST300 STILLUV4WAY
"It's nothing 1000 jumps won't cure..."
- Jeff Gorlick, Seattle Sky Divers

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Bryan,

You were an experienced jumper that I didn't mind packing for.

That says a lot!!

I still remember the time I tried to give you a cactus and you wouldn't accept the gift because you did not want to have to tend to a living thing! Man I teased you about that for months.

I'm glad that you got to jump Baring.

Blue skies.

Nice long swoops Bryan.

Karen

"Life is a temporary victory over the causes which induce death." - Sylvester Graham

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