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You gave me the confidence to FINALLY live my life my way when I did turn 26. By that time I was recently divorced from a situation I never should have been involved in, FINALLY living on my own, and FINALLY living MY life MY WAY! Although we lost contact and went our separate ways, we always made a point to remember each others' birthdays, especially since we first spoke on my birthday, the day I turned 26, and your birthday was the same day as my grandmother's.
I'll never look at Tammy Faye Bakker the same way again after we met Jessica Hahn the time she was in Orlando.
I'll always look at dogs, especially black Labs like I have now, differently since you and I shared a deep feeling for dogs.
There are some people in life you forget ever associating with them the day after you last see them, and then there are others you'll probably never forget. Jill will never be forgotten.
I will donate to pet shelters in Jill's honor, and I will say a special prayer to Tony and Jill's family. We are all better people for having known Jill Klein. She was the text book definition of the word "Friend."
My thoughts go out to Tony and your family - we have all lost someone so very kind and special. Unafraid to be silly and always the first to lend a hand. Loving to her sweet dogs and friends. I remember the clock your Dad sent that had all of the numbers at the bottom of the face that said "oy vey!" One of our favorite expressions. You will not be forgotten but forever loved and missed, my friend.