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I can't believe he is really gone. I figured heart attack with his recent history of heart surgery. I figured hypertension, or stress, or maybe even drug or alcohol related. But reports of suicide.... And a great man of such wit and humor, with his millions of adoring fans... Spent his years making us laugh. He was laughing with us loudly on the outside, but quietly crying to himself on the inside... With a wife and children, now left without a husband or father. It happened so fast. In the blink of an eye and he is gone. We are now left to absorb the damage and pick up the pieces and try to move on. But there was no one else like him-- or any of us. Each human being is indiviual and unique. He made his lasting mark on the world, in comedy, and in our hearts. Now all we have are the memories. We truly never know what we have until it is gone. But I will tell you this. If we had known, we sure as hell would have been reaching out left and right to him for support; to be there for him and to show him that no matter how alone you feel-- you are never truly alone. When we die, everyone gathers, family and friends; they mourn and pay tribute and remember. Even if the words aren't always said, even if it has been years since last met. Rregardless of the space inbetween, in that moment of mourning there becomes an even bigger space, a hole in the heart and the soul-- that will never mend or repair.