In Memoriam

I never knew Damon -- indeed, only came upon this site this afternoon as my 12-year-old began some research on the planes of WW2 over here in England. My own father was a Signalman during that time and kept an amazing diary for the last three years (despite being ordered to destroy it before D Day).

I wanted to tell you how profoundly moved I was by reading of "Dad's" achievements, and the wonderful pride his son had in him. Not only to have kept his work alive but also to have offered it to the world at large, is a wonderful thing. I'm sure all who knew him will not forget Damon. I too, though a far-away stranger, will think of him from time to time with gratitude.

May his soul rest well.

Simon Pickhaver
Taunton, England