Uncategorized January 19, 2014 For David Drumm (1948-2013) From his admirer, Mark Esposito This kitteh says it all. Hail and Farewell, my friend. Share this:TwitterRedditFacebookEmailLike this:Like Loading...
17 thoughts on “For David Drumm (1948-2013)”
Thanks so much. I’m glad that Richard provided that picture of David making the sister sandwich with our daughters. He was a big, tall guy but a gentle roughhouser, and the girls (now 18 and 19) loved it. They would torment him no end!
Anyway, it’s really comforting to know of his online life and network, most of which was unknown to me. As a public interest lawyer, I, of course, know who Prof. Turley is, but never knew of David’s connection to the blog!
Thank you again. I feel better.
We are very grateful to have David as a part of our circle of friends here. David wrote many things on this website and is something you and your family might find comforting.
We miss David too. He was a wise and empathic individual. I always looked forward to his weekend postings.
Ms. Drumm, I am sorry for your loss, and pray all the living find some peace. I believe David has.
David was my husband’s brother. I just saw this kitty and it brought tears to my eyes. Thank you to all of his friends for your sweet and perceptive tributes. Richard, our two girls, and I miss him very, very much.
wow this is beyond awesome and the look on the kitteh says it all…
Perfect, Mespo. Just perfect.
That’s perfect. What a sad but beautiful face. Words couldn’t put it better. Thank you, Mark.
Great picture and so appropriate. David will be missed.
WHAT a photo!
Wonderful picture Mark. I could “find” that Kitteh anywhere!!
The sad and pensive look tells us why Nal loved cats so much.
Great picture. Ditto what AY wrote.
I doubt that Nal would approve of us making a big deal of his passing, but he is missed. I could post some kind of smarmy poem, but he definitely would disapprove of that.
As I wrote in the story about my friend Sabrina Jackintell several weeks ago, some people lead lives that leave nothing in the bottom of the glass. Nal was one of them.
Very thoughtful. Nice job. I’m going to miss the find the kitteh contest along with Nal’s writings on the other thread.
Excellent…. It says it all….
Oh, dear. That caused leaky eye syndrome.
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