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I am so sad to hear of Ian’s passing, too young. He was a good, kind and creative person, an artist. He faced the challenges in his life with such determination and diligence. He was an inspiration to us with his strength and courage as he dealt with his type 1 diabetes. His creativity was a source of joy, which he shared with others. Ian, may you have peace and may your days be carefree in the afterlife.
I am grateful for having had the opportunity to know you and work with you.
So Very sorry for your loss.Prayers and love for Ian and all his family and friends Eric
I met Ian over 40 years ago, when we both worked at Seattle First National Bank. During those early years we even lived in a large U District house with a core group of friends. His impeccable style helped me plan several details of my wedding. He was honest, yet compassionate. Over the years, when my husband and I moved to Spokane, Ian and I stayed in touch regularly. He came and stayed with us once and made a huge impact on my children with his care and precision about taking care of his health. He also gave them a "magic wand" that my daughter has kept and has given to her daughter. For 8 years I traveled weekly to Seattle to care for an elderly friend and once a month would meet him "for tea" near his beloved apartment. We shared our love of writing and creating, and he was so proud of the books he created. He adored his big brother, who always looked out for him. Always. When I visited him 2 weeks ago he was ready to let go. He was looking forward to seeing his parents again on the other side. His favorite song was Alfie Boe's rendition from Les Miserables "Let Him Live." He will live in my heart forever.