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The Captain on the WSB Facebook page.
Tony Bennett April 16, 2014 at 08:51 am
Were gonna miss you Cap'n Herb. Oh My acheing Toe... CarbaQue.... Gasssssssss Leak were some ofRead More my favorite terms he would use in his traffic report. He was good at making you smile out the corner of your mouth.
Tony Bennett April 16, 2014 at 09:00 am
This is one funeral presession where RPS {residual Pinhead slowing} is totaly acceptable. Hats offRead More to you Captin.
hpspirits April 16, 2014 at 09:01 am
You are so missed I always tuned in for my drive to work and home. It is not & never will be theRead More same. God Blessed you with a beautiful soul now Heaven Has a Beautiful Angel watching over us. May your family find comfort knowing you were so Great. R.I.P. Holly Phillips
The Captain on the WSB Facebook page.
SUNKEN SUB April 14, 2014 at 05:26 pm
* UP SCOPE ============================================== Aubrey Morris, Ludlow Porch, RoyalRead More Marshall now Cap'n Herb. ============================================== WSB The "Voice of the South" will never be able to replace them. ============================================== Down Scope
irishslider April 14, 2014 at 07:05 pm
Rest in peace, Captain Herb. Atlanta will miss you!
Octo Slash April 15, 2014 at 08:23 am
If I can be forgiven a bit of humor taken from this...I hope Captain Herb's funeral processionRead More causes quite the traffic snarl. -RIP Herb-
The Captain on the WSB Facebook page.
SUNKEN SUB April 14, 2014 at 05:43 pm
* UP SCOPE ============================================== Thanks for all the "rides ",Read More Capt'n. ============================================== Down Scope
electric123 April 16, 2014 at 05:01 pm
He was a man of integrity, which most are not anymore.
Barbara Price April 18, 2014 at 10:24 pm
Having just experienced ATL traffic first hand Thurs and Fri of Easter week as a visitor, I can onlyRead More imagine how important Capt. Herb was to the community. My condolences to all who knew and cared for him.
JACQUE May 24, 2013 at 04:18 pm
Once when asked to describe Bill by a reporter, after loosing a city election to him, I repliedRead More "He's a fine Cristian man." I've known Bill for many years since then and always respected him for the level of respect he showed even to those who opposed him. He was a dedicated man to his community and to the kids. May he now find peace in God and I pray for his family to be embraced by the community that loved him and benefitted so much from his steadfast works.
Eileen Alberstadt May 24, 2013 at 05:33 pm
Bill was a one of a kind person,who cared about the people and his city. As sick as he was, he putRead More forth all the effort he could to continue on as Councilman Bill Thrash. He represented the City of Kennesaw with pride and always showed that he would always move forward to do what was best for his people, the citizens of Kennesaw. All you had to do was ask and always with a smile he would say "I will see what I can do". There is going to be a big hole in the City Council and many hearts now, because Bill was a legend. It will take someone as genuine and honest as Bill Thrash to be able to fill his shoes. May He Rest In Peace! He will be sadly missed by all. I was so proud to call him my friend.
Scott Jordan May 31, 2013 at 10:56 pm
Bill has been my neighbor and friend for over 10 years and I cant think of a better family man,Read More husband, and father than him. He was a very caring and giving person. He was like a real Grandpa to my kids Gracie and Eli and like a second father to my wife Shawn. He will be missed deeply but he will be remembered for the great man that he was. We are still neighbors and don't worry Bill we will look after Suzie and the kids for you!
Susie Weikle January 4, 2013 at 01:47 pm
Thoughts and prayers go out to the family and friends of this young student. It is hard to loseRead More someone at this time of year, but we can take comfort that he is in a better place and is at peace.
The Simpson Family May 2, 2012 at 04:28 pm
RIP - this man gave all for his country and I really appreciate it. May God bless his family andRead More give them comfort in this most difficult time. To Obama : The war on terror is NOT over.
Mark Graziano May 2, 2012 at 06:55 pm
May we all recognize those who have given their lives to protect our freedoms. John was a greatRead More person and a pleasure to be around. My prayers go out to his family and friends.
I love Georgia May 3, 2012 at 06:08 pm
I hurt for the family left behind. May God bless the Walsh family.
GEORGE HOLLEGER April 27, 2012 at 01:26 am
G April 28, 2012 at 08:37 am
Wait.. I just know this is not the same Walsh I knew from OCS. A CO SPARTANS?
G April 28, 2012 at 08:39 am
Come on. Now someone please reply. My heart is heavy right now. Lord have mercy. The pic just don'tRead More look the same of him I just want to make sure.
Dan Voshall February 2, 2012 at 08:18 pm
Jay dated one of my wife's best friends when they were in high school. He went to their church,Read More First Baptist of Conyers ,and even though I was Catholic, his smile always made me feel welcome. We developed a great friendship and then we both went away to college. I lost track with him at that point and heard stories here and there since. When you're busy living your own life, you take for granted those people around you. You always expect them to be there. I was working in Kennesaw when I got the news Friday morning that Jay had been in an accident and I needed to pray for him. I got a text later that he had passed... I unknowlingly drove right past Kennestone hospital. Had I known he was there, I would have stopped. It's crazy, I can't believe he's gone and now I'm sad that I didn't get to share some of those memories with him, tell him what a great friend he was and of course, say good bye. He was truly an inspiring soul and I will never forget him. Take care buddy, I will see you again one day.
Reginald Christian February 3, 2012 at 02:44 am
A very nice, energetic, and crazy guy who was just as passionate about educating and mentoringRead More students as I am. You left a favorable impression on me that will serve as inspiration forever. Rest In Peace Coach.
Janet Newburg February 6, 2012 at 08:41 pm
I didn't know Jay, but in a way I feel like I do. My 63-year-old husband is one of very few peopleRead More privileged to be on a heart transplant list. My husband, who turns 64 on February 9th, has been suffering for over two years from a severely damaged heart as a result of a massive heart attack in 2009. Two weeks ago, he was told he was so sick that he could not leave the hospital if he wanted to live. He now resides in Emory's CCU unit, waiting for a heart. This journey has been long and has made me realize, if I didn't before, how very precious life is. My heart goes out to Jay, his wife and children, his mother, father and any siblings. What a wonderful person Jay seems to have been, a real force on this earth. And now Jay lives on in others that benefited from one of the most tragic things that can occur in this life -- the death of a young, vibrant, energetic, contributing member of our earthly family. So much goes into being placed on a heart transplant list, but the one thing that everyone can do to help others is to become an organ donor. It seems that Jay was all about life, and now he lost his own, yet others can live. It reminds me of another that lost His life so long ago. Thank you Jay and Jay's family for giving the gift of organ donation. May Jay rest in peace. God bless.
Seamoune Scotland January 30, 2012 at 06:39 pm
We will miss you Coach. Everytime we go through car pool, my Mom and I will remember you saying toRead More me "Hopwood, take off that Steelers hat". Love, Josh
Sandra Boyce Jenkins January 31, 2012 at 03:04 pm
Coach Jay, thanks for being the "best Coach" a kid could ever have. I will miss yourRead More funny and amazing tricks, your laughter and how you always made me feel special. I remember the time you drove your truck around the field and made donuts. Though you will be missed, I will always carry you in my heart. Love, Nathaniel David Jenkins(KCMSA) P.S. Have fun in heaven!
Rylee January 31, 2012 at 05:15 pm
coach Jay, just wanted to say thanks for just being who you are you really did change my life evenRead More if i only talked to you a few time i could just seem the light of GOD surrounding you the peace that only few seem to find i hope that your having an amazing time up there in heaven playing soccer and still wearing crocs :) love and miss you Jay hope to see you again one day!!!!!