You are welcome to print the following handouts from the Memorial Service held in 2002:
Layne’s cat, Sadie
R.I.P. Sadie ~ October 2010
We “…could still see him in there even when he couldn't.”
“…the memories remain…”
“ I believe…he was sent from Heaven as a spokesperson for the sufferers.”
“… he seemed to have an aura, or an air about him that exuded kindness and sadness at the same time. With regard to the music, well, clearly he was a genius.”
“How do you want to be remembered?”
"I listen to Layne's music on a daily basis. I do not use any drugs at all. I can still relate a lot of my personal situations to his. He was an amazing musician and to this day I use his music to compare to my life. I respect him more than any other musician/band ever." Angelo F.
“…that shattering voice of raw emotion talent and passion.”
“I guess I'm grieving over the fact music will never be like it was and he truly had the most magnificent and roaringly awesome voice to be a skinny little guy! He could make "Mary Had A Little Lamb" rock out.”
"I find such comfort and pure joy at the sound of his voice and in his music. I truly truly wish he had more years in this world. But how lucky are we for what precious time we had and the music that will always remain.
"Layne and other phenomenal and creative musicians left us with the eternal gift of their talents and passions."
"I myself have never had a drug problem but pain is universal and can effect anybody who is touched by a piece of art such as music, film, painting, etc. I really appreciate the contributions to music that Layne made during his time here."
"Although I never met Layne, I like to think that he is watching over me. He is my hero. “
"...beautiful mans", Kloe A.
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"When only one choice works...show me how that's a choice." NLM