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Spectropop - Digest Number 454

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                        Jamie LePage (1953-2002)

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      1. Jamie LePage (1953-2002)
           From: David Porrazzo


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   Date: Mon, 29 Apr 2002 08:58:29 +0100
   From: David Porrazzo
Subject: Jamie LePage (1953-2002)

San Diego, CA...

Page's only brother, Dino, and I, want to thank the people from 
The Spectropop Group for all the great things said about Page. 
And it's all true. He was a very special guy. Your comments brought 
tears to our eyes. Thank you so much for your thoughts.

Thank God I got to see him last May for 11 days. We visited Steve 
(his good friend) and family. One evening his wife, Mayumi, daughter 
Lisa, Page and myself went to a karaoke place and we all sang. 
We sounded pretty good. Page sang "Under the Boardwalk" with lots of
enthusiasm. Lisa's voice is incredible. We had a lot of fun that night.

The picture of Page sitting on his scooter brings back fond memories. 
In 1995 I got a call from Page asking me to look for a vintage Vespa 
scooter. That same day I bought a motorcycle trader mag, with only 
3 scooters listed. One was (you guessed it) a vintage Vespa! 
I promptly went to see it, bought it, & shipped it by boat. When Page 
received it, he said, "Dad, how did you do that? I've been looking 
for months!" He was like a little kid in a candy store. Of course he 
spruced it up - added new lights, horn, directional signals, etc.

I made airline reservations to see him on March 12th, but my doctor 
said no - because of my health, so I had to cancel. Page will always 
be in my heart. I'm so glad I got the chance to tell him how much I 
loved him and how proud I was of all his achievements.

So...keep Spectropop alive, because that was what he wanted.

Thank you....David & Dino Porrazzo

Johnny Zorro  [Page's Dad]

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