The hour passes….

An hour after my last post, in which I wrote about my Dad being very ill, he has passed away.

I don’t really have anything else to say about that at this particular moment, but if felt appropriate that I post an update…

Be well, friends.



  1. I am very sorry for your loss.



  2. condolences from RACER, RAYGUN, QB AND OEX (fellow traders)
    we are so sorry for the loss for everybody , who new him.

  3. Barbara Salvini · · Reply

    My condolences to you and your family. Your father fought the “good fight” with courage and dignity. He shared the last year, or so, of his life on an investment chat room that I follow. He was a seasoned investors and helped many people. He will be sorely missed.

    My very best regards,


  4. so very sorry for your loss. wishing you and your loved ones peace during this difficult time.

  5. Dennis Beyer · · Reply

    So sorry to hear of your loss my friend, know that myself and the rest of my family are here for you, even if it’s to hang out for some measure of normalcy in this difficult time.

  6. Bro, May your father rest in peace! May you be Well and Happy! with metta

  7. Be well yourself my friend..with metta

  8. Thank you all for your kindness and concern, friends. I hope you are all well and at ease.

  9. Peace to you and your family. Be well, be well~

  10. I was so sorry to read this post, so shortly after your post about your reflections on your dad’s illness. My thoughts go out to you and your family during this difficult time.

  11. Brian · · Reply

    I am very sorry to hear this. I have known him for many years as a trader and a good friend. My condolences to the family at this difficult time. May he rest in peace !

  12. This is the very first post of yours I am reading, but I am sorry for your loss…

  13. Jerome gave so much to so many. And although we shared a very short time together, his memory will last a life time. I pray for Jenny, Shelly and David. He spoke of all of you often and please know that he loved all of very much. Jerome loved to play chess, and he beat me at every game! One day we will have a re-match in heaven. I only wish I had the opportunity to say goodbye to him. I did not know he was ill. Rest in peace Jerome, and know that you that you were loved…. Kim

  14. He was no ordinary man. The strength of this man was unlike any I’ve ever seen. I learned so much from him and he was always willing to help me. I am indeed a better person for knowing him.

  15. Victor Hon · · Reply

    RIP Jerome. You were a very generous man up until the end. I appreciate you taking the time to teach and share with me years ago even though I knew nothing. May you rest in eternal peace.


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