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Missing Jim

Dear Editor:

I am so very sad to read of Jim Oliver’s death.

Jim was part of what Aspen means to me ” a friendly face and a keen philosophical intelligence who always was ready to discuss the latest issues. Always ready to help with the fine points of some project I was doing. Someone I could count on to always be there.

Jim was a good friend, and he will be sorely missed, not only by me but by the whole community of Aspen.

Farewell, Jim, good friend.

Catherine Garland


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