From Steve Adolph
Aug. 18, 2015
I have fond memories of Jeff from the late 1970's, when we both spent a lot of time at Synergy House on the Stanford campus. Jeff could throw a Frisbee with pinpoint accuracy, and had a devilish sense of humor. He seemed to always have a smile on his face.
From Elisabeth Kane
May 13, 2015
I remember him not just as a father, but as a great person. I never knew anything about his personal life, because most of my life he was bed ridden, but I knew of his old poetry and intelligence that had been left behind.
From Jan Brown
March 4, 2014
I met Jeff only once during dinner with his parents. Because of his deafness we had little communication. I'm so glad to know who the real person was. What a wonderful, unique family the Kanes are!
From John Stucky
March 4, 2014
While a graduate student I worked for a while in Binding & Finishing at Green Library. Working along side Jeff was one of the greatest pleasures of that job. As it sates in his obit. he was a very sweet and caring man, and quite a good poet. This is SO unfair!
From David & Natalie Weber
March 1, 2014
Our son Douglas was a very good friend of Jeff for several years as they both lived at or near Stanford. Jeff visited our campus home and Doug always spoke of Jeff as a remarkable fellow and good friend.
Doug moved east to graduate school, earning two degrees, and teaching in Omaha. He died hiking in Italy at age 47.
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