RIP Geri Nahrgang!!

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Post by SLAM TV »

As I always do, I'll be running a dedication as a prelude to an Age of Mayhem (a show that none of you watch) special this summer featuring-- I think, appropriately, photographer/video director Dean Karr that we shot last last summer. RIP,my friend. We will agree to disagree both in life and beyond.

That being said, I find comfort, based on the earlier posts, that she was so self-aware, even to the end. I am glad she had enough trust in some of you that she felt comfortable discussing her mortality-- dying alone is my greatest fear, might have something to do with it-- but it allows me to find comfort also in having said "thank you" while she was still here among us-- that was all she really ever wanted to hear.

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Post by Savage »

I got the news from Lisa a few days ago.

RIP Woman

It's sad really. You move away or leave behind a friend/loved one with the mental impression that they will always still be there the way you left them. To stand corrected with their death is a mortality check that makes you want to find everyone you've loved in life & get in touch again. Sadly, with death you're too late.

Geri will be missed. My memory of her at shows will continue being preserved as if they happened yesterday.
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