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nancy1 June 18, 2012 at 01:23 pm
U need to stfu u are a disgrace and I'm his family from altadena. And yes he was a good guy. Who theRead More hell are u to judge someone? No one knows who u are. You seem to be a devil yourself. What have u done for this community??? He wasn't worthless, I'm not worthless, nor is any of our other family members! I'm no loser and neither was he! You are the biggest loser and a disgrace for making these comments! And like I told u yesterday someone will say the same thing about your ass when you kick the bucket and hopefully it will be very very soon!!! Lol
Travis Bickle June 18, 2012 at 04:41 pm
As a result of this POS being born, over 50 people died, countless injured and it cost the stateRead More over a billion dollars. The world is better off that he is dead. No one can argue that. He was a convicted felon, a wife beater, and a drunk to name a few. So, please tell me what YOUR family has done for our state and community??? If you were all wiped out of the gene pool, we would all be better and safer.
Sandra August 14, 2013 at 10:32 am
Mr. King, you are not, WILL NOT BE, forgotten. Rest in peace.
Charles D February 24, 2012 at 12:42 pm
RIP and God bless
Tony Mizgalski February 24, 2012 at 03:41 pm
Very sad. My condolences to the family. I think about the time I nearly lost my life on that roadRead More 25 years ago, when I was in my 20's. Came around a corner and found 3 cafe racers racing. 2 of them in the wrong lane approaching head on. I swerved and lost control and went over the side about 150 ft. Car (85 Honda CRX) stayed right side up and I walked away un harmed. The next day I had to hire a crane to get my car out and the driver told me some horrific stories of what he'd witnessed on that road. A very dangerous road, especially on the weekend.
Jason February 25, 2012 at 04:00 am
I'll miss you Andrew. You made the days at work so much better with all the things we joked aboutRead More and talked about. From your friend, Jason.
khadija November 10, 2011 at 01:50 pm
I met Scott Wilson at a permaculture workshop this past spring. When he arrived the leader of theRead More workshop, a guru of the permaculture biz himself, was awestruck and honored that Scott had come to see what we were up to. I posted on facebook and a friend from my college in Olympia, WA said that he was her uncle! She wrote fondly, "He was a very magnetic person -- when I was young, all the kids followed him around like the Pied Piper". RIP Scott Wilson!
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Kelley Wong August 26, 2011 at 05:27 pm
Thank you Cathryn for a beautifully said article about our dear friend John. John will always beRead More remembered and in our hearts forever. Our group will never be the same without him, but he will be with us always. I hope people reading this will understand more about what happened, and I hope the park will take in consideration if putting up simple signs letting bikers know about the risks on the trails and hoe dangerous it is to go off on these deer trails. A simple sign letting people know will reduce the risks of rescues and hope to save lives. I truly miss you John, and will see you soon I love you, now and forever. :) I truly love the friendship we have together and cherish every moment we shared.
socalhiker August 26, 2011 at 07:58 pm
Like many of us, John was awed but the beauty of Eaton Canyon. John was a beautiful human being whoRead More respected nature and wanted nothing more than to capture it with his camera and share that image with the world. Unfortunately, It is known that in history, tragedies often spark change. It's imperative that signs be placed along the main trails clearly WARNING hikers of the dangers of well known, yet neglected routes leading to the second waterfall at Eaton Canyon. Of course, there are going to be people who will disregard the warning, but if one person takes notice and diverts, it's well worth the effort. If the argument is that it is expensive to do so, think about the expenses involved in dispatching rescue crews responding to injured hikers who may be been diverted had there been clear signs. Thank you Cathryn. My prayers are with you and all of John's friends. I specially pray for John's Parents, sister, and brother. I hope that you find closure. He will be greatly missed.
Charles D August 27, 2011 at 07:00 pm
Thank you for your well written article and giving me insight into the sequence of events that ledRead More to the accident and loss of John Jutiyasantayanon . It is clear to me, John is capable of making responsible decisions had the information been available to him. Attempting to return to safety prior to the accident occurring clearly signifies the need for more information at the trail head. The need for signs, or trail head information clearly needs to be evaluated by whom ever is in charge of this recreational area. I wanted to extend my condolences to his family and friends. Be assured, I will write the US Forest Service, our County Supervisor and anyone else I that can assist and put fort action in preventing future deaths.