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  • posted at 4:18 am on Mon, Jul 23, 2007.


    Gerald is a problem solver that is not in an easy position in these days of drought. Every drop of water counts now and arrving at a peaceful, equitable solution is a challenge. His leadership and experience in Farm Bureau and the Sacramento Water Forum are essential to the success of these programs and also relevant to bridging the gap betweeen competing interests. The Mokelumne River Forum would not be the same without him.

  • posted at 2:32 am on Mon, Jul 23, 2007.


    Excellent article in catching the essence of a wonderful person. As a teacher of two of his children, I can also say that he( along with his wife!)is also a very supportive parent. He is a real life "Atticus Finch" - understated and defines "fairness" however one may define fair.



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