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January 03, 2009

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tillerman

A life well lived, and an inspiration to us all. I liked the metaphor that Sail West used too.... "There's a saying in aviation, a code of honor: Fly it all the way to the scene of the crash."

May we all have the guts to fly it all the way to the crash as well as Nick did when our time comes.

Greg

Ah, bummer. Great inspiring story. Makes me want to spend less time on the couch.

Annie

Thanks for drawing Nick's achievements to my attention. What an inspiring story and with a beautiful though sad ending. But what memories for his loved ones.

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