In Loving Memory…

My beloved friend and Executive Director of Excitement and New Experiences passed away in January of 2010. In the few short years that I knew Hermie, I watched him enrich the lives of those around him. Though life without Hermie is getting easier. I do miss his witty banter and exceptional organizational skills.

Upon hearing the news of his passing, Auntie Christine shared her sentiments…“if I may quote Ashton Kutcher, see you on the other side kid.”

Hermie was an extraordinary crab and is missed by all of his friends and family.

Please feel free to leave any comments or well wishes below.

In loving memory of Hermit the Crab…


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  1. Lai Gussler

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