This is my website so if I want to do something sentimental, I will. And if anyone doesn’t like it, they should hesitate to tell me. I’m in no frame of mind for a critic. A long time friend of mine and trusted counselor died last night, around midnight, in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.
I can hardly think back to a time when the name “Gerry Weber” was not part of my everyday consciousness—from earliest childhood onward .
Gerry, fare well and say “hi” to everyone over there, just the way you said you would in our last conversation—and God, I had so hoped that it would not be the last one—of how many thousands in my lifetime? And who knows?—maybe this message, cast out there into the ether and the everlasting, will find its way.
2 thoughts on “Tribute to a Friend and Counselor, Gerry Weber”
Darn you! I really hadn’t gotten seriously choked up today until I read the above. Thank you on behalf of the Weber family!
A tribute I will remember. So beautiful and, like so much of your writing, always genuine.