Amy, thank you for the beautiful tribute to a former WBR teammate whom I still
consider a close friend. The Kunz family proves to be an inspiration to me as
they have been so kind to include me on their team. Tears accompany these
comments as I was literally moved by your outstanding article. What an
inspiration Jer continues to be as his family carries out the legacy. Thank
you; I needed something special today!
@COUGARNATE: not that it really matters either way, but the drunk driver was a
male, Joshua Salayich.@delasalle: He was sentenced to 7-to-20 years
in prison last May.
@COUGARNATE. The drunk was male, currently serving 7-20 years.
@delasalle. The drunk driver was a female.
I hope the drunk driver is getting his due justice. What a horrible tragedy
that could have easily been prevented.
I enjoy your articles, Amy. Reading such uplifting stories brightens my day!
What a neat story and tribute to a great man. I hope the half marathon turns
out to be a success.
I went to high school in Star Valley with Jeremy, we graduated together and I
was both stunned and very saddened by the news of his death a few years back. I
remember Jeremy almost always seemed to be smiling. We used to joke around alot
about my part in a church road show as the back end of a dancing horse. He
would get a kick out of me making a joke at the role I was dealt. The world
lost a great guy the day he was killed. I am very happy with the honor the
community of Star Valley has chosen to show Jeremy. It is well deserved. May
the Lord bless his family.