Your birthday is tomorrow, January 5th, and I have tears in my eyes knowing that your many loved ones will be especially thinking of you. You are so greatly missed. I know that we all think of you every day. Our hearts still hurt. We are still flooded with wonderful memories, some that catch us off
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I send you love every day! I miss our jokes and laughter, I miss talking about our passion for plants, gardening and the earth. At home on our (your Dad Rick Kunst, and wife, Bibby Moore) mantel is a photo of you building the back deck with me in NC when you were 17 Years old. Along side is a cerami
Picture of when a bunch of the folks in Ben's group pulled together this "trophy" of some of the products that we worked on together. This was around the last week on the job and he was really excited to go work on his other passions in life. This is just the iOS stuff, but Ben's long tenure at
This song came to me a few days after I heard of Ben's passing. For me, it gave me a message of one of Ben's most precious qualities. In all of the years that I knew Ben, he always consciously chose peace when he was faced with a challenge. I knew this about him, but we never talked about it. It
I have no claim on your grief as I hadn't known Ben for years and years. But I do have a few small moments to share of his impact - and visiting this site and looking back at the incredible journey he took since those early years in Durham fills me with hope and some solace. I hope you find the same
In November 2017, I fell & broke my shoulder. Ben had given me a gift of a new side yard fence for Mother's Day earlier that year; about two weeks after the surgery he showed up with his measuring tape, pencil & drawing pad & told me he was starting on the new fence the next day. It was such a joy
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