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Lafferty was described as innovate and creative, a talented singer and writer, “a kind soul” with a wicked sense of humor and a brave and gutsy guy who still wrote poetry to his wife Yvonne, even after 58 years of marriage. “I will never forget you,” one mourner, Al Losado, said. “The billboard up ahead says ‘case solved, case closed.’ Farewell and Godspeed.” ballet and tap shoes. Another spoke of how Lafferty had taught him what forgiveness was, having granted it to him when he really hadn’t deserved it..
“He showed me what dignity is,” he said. Lafferty’s son, local Realtor Curtis Lafferty, recalled his father’s love for the outdoors and camping — a passion he’s inherited and a tradition he carries on. “I don’t think it’s stopped raining since Dad passed,” his daughter Lisa said. “And it’s fitting that it’s raining today.” ballet and tap shoes. Contact Rachel Raskin-Zrihen at (707) 553-6824. —— (c)2016 Times-Herald (Vallejo, Calif.) Visit Times-Herald (Vallejo, Calif.) at www.timesheraldonline.com Distributed by Tribune Content Agency, LLC. AMX-2016-03-12T11:24:00-05:00..
President Barack Obama with Golden State Warriors point guard Stephen Curry in the Oval Office, Feb. 25, 2015. (Official White House Photo by Pete Souza) President Barack Obama continued to heap praise on Warriors guard Stephen Curry while in a moderated conversation with Time and Misty Copeland, the first African American principal dancer for the American Ballet Theater. Steph Curry is the greatest shooter that I’ve ever seen,” Obama said, repeating what he has previously said about the reigning MVP. “And, and I am having more fun watching him than anybody since Michael Jordan at his peak. Even Steph wouldn’t necessarily say he’s better than Jordan yet, but the fact that he’s about my size and he’s doing what he’s doing…It’s rare where you get somebody who’s already at the pinnacle and then they take it another notch up. And he’s a wonderful young man. He’s a lot of fun.” Obama roots for the Chicago Bulls and on numerous occasions has met with Curry, who most recently was at the White House last month with the rest of his championship team. Copeland is a Warriors fan who knows Curry through their relationship with Under Armour. The post President Obama: More fun watching Warriors’ Stephen Curry ‘than anybody since Michael Jordan at his peak’ appeared first on Inside the Warriors ballet and tap shoes. Report an errorPolicies and StandardsContact UsTags:BasketballNBASubscribe Today!All Access Digital offer for just 99 cents!blog comments powered by DisqusGet Morning Report and other email newsletters..
A prolific writer of letters to the editor, Lafferty died March 5 at age 83 ballet and tap shoes. He served four years in the United States Air Force, as part of its Secret Security Service and spent nearly the entire time in Japan working with codes. It was there he also performed in the Ochi Ballet Company as a tap dancer. There he was the lead in “American in Paris,” and earlier in his life performed a solo at the 1939 Treasure Island Wold’s Fair. After the military, Lafferty joined the California Highway Patrol, where he spent 28 years..
That was where Lafferty believed he had learned the identity of the infamous Zodiac Killer that terrorized Vallejo and the Bay Area in the late 1960s and early ’70s ballet and tap shoes. So sure was he that he had figured out the truth, Lafferty wrote and published a book, “The Zodiac Killer Cover-up,” which put him in the international public eye, with interviews and radio and television appearances. Not everyone agreed with Lafferty’s theory on the Zodiac, however. Tom Voight, an Oregon man at least as obsessed with the Zodiac as Lafferty, and who might have been the closest thing he had to an adversary on the issue, said, “I have never believed his suspect had anything to do with the Zodiac crimes whatsoever … especially after reading Lafferty’s book.”..