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Dennis Rosos

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Who: When I need a lift Dennis is the first person I call to put things in perspective.  He has an ability to light up the room with his infectious laughter and has an optimistic outlook on life. I know I can always call on Dennis when I need a reminder that life is short and we should live every day like it’s our last.

When: Day 1 of the worst job I’ve ever had in my career, Dennis greeted me with a warm welcome and somehow managed to make work almost bearable. Over the course of the following year, we laughed together, commiserated, and became best friends over countless beers. I can’t think of a single moment we haven’t had fun together or stopped laughing. Even though we are on different coasts now, we haven’t let mountains and farmland keep us from staying close.

Favorite Memory: Dennis and I have had countless adventures together, but the one that really sticks in my head is our tubing trip down the American River in Sacramento. Notably one of the craziest parties on an island in the middle of the river, I remember doing a keg stand and somehow passing out on the front lawn next to Dennis after a long day in the sun.

Jim Franz

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Who: Besides his keen sense of humor and sarcasm, Jim is a genuine, thoughtful, and insightful person. I can always count on having a meaningful, intelligent conversation with him sprinkled with his unique wit to spice things up. Jim is also one of the most talented musicians I have ever had the opportunity to jam with, which is one of the many reasons we refer to him as “The Doctor.”

When: I distinctly remember meeting Jim in high school at a party with mutual friends. When I arrived, he thrust an ice cold Bud Ice into my hand and said “ciggy?” We later found a common interest in music and formed a few bands where I played guitar and Jim played, well, everything, including drums with one hand and trombone in the other. Jim has been an inspiration to me and I have always had a ton of respect for him.

Favorite Memory: My favorite memory with Jim is really quite simple, much like our friendship. After a long day of manual labor in high school, we would convene on Jim’s porch to drink a few beers and strum our guitars. We have always had a connection both spiritually and musically that oftentimes I think we were etched from the same cloth. I remember many summer nights that I would look forward to hanging out with Jim and talking about life, love, and rock and roll.

Kurt Wilms

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Who: Kurt is without question my oldest, closest friend. Our parents were best friends so I would travel to Minnesota and he would travel to Wisconsin during the summers. Kurt and I were hardcore gamers growing up and I have countless memories of playing Mario brothers, Street Fighter, and Zelda in my basement. Many years later, I received a call from him saying that he was looking for a roommate in San Francisco. Timing couldn’t have been better and like they say, the rest is history. In general, I’ve always had a great deal of respect for Kurt and knew that he would do game-changing things with his life. I know I can always call on him looking for advice from everything from love to business to life.

When: I really can’t remember the first time I met Kurt since we were probably babies at that time. However, I remember getting really excited when Kurt would come visit during the summers since he would always be armed with new phrases and sayings that we would repeat for hours on end. I remember playing hunter with neighborhood friends in Minnesota, and of course hefty doses of Super Nintendo.

Favorite Memory: Kurt has pretty much been a part of every major event in my life – from visiting me in college to living together in San Francisco – he has been an ever-present blessing. One of my favorite memories is when he came to visit me in Madison for my 21st birthday. We had decided to have one of our all-floor parties in a joint venture with the other six apartments on our floor. Fast forward a decade and we were doing it all over in Vegas for my 31st birthday and now my bachelor party. I suppose a more suiting question would be, “when have we ever not shared a favorite memory?”

Matt Gold

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Who: Matt Gold is pretty much the yoda of everything that is witty, sarcastic, and absolutely hilarious. If I were to think of one person whom I have always respected in every situation, I would have no hesitation naming Matt Gold. Words really can’t describe how calmly poised Matt is in every situation. He is pretty much my go to person for a good laugh or when I need a grounded person to take something that is overwhelmingly complex and distill it down into simple terms.

When: I met Matt during my sophomore year of college at Madison. He lived down the hall from me with 4 other guys who would turn out to be some of my best friends in college. We grew closer over the years by finding shared common interests. Matt introduced me to some of the best music I have in my collection and I learned to appreciate jazz and instrumental music. We played video games into the wee hours of the night and enjoyed playing a prank or two on our roommates. We ended up living in a house with 5 other guys my senior year and shared many more memorable experiences.

Favorite Memory: Asking me what my favorite memory with Matt Gold is like asking me which Office episode is my favorite (they all are!) College could pretty much be summed up as a favorite memory with Matt Gold culminating in nights playing Dr. Mario, eating Toppers cheese sticks, living down an alley from the hippest bar and dance club on campus, and cheering on our favorite sports teams.

Mike Kraemer

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Who: I’ve known Mike since my freshman year of high school. Over the years, Mike and I have grown closer and our friendship has evolved from being party friends to having meaningful discussions about life. Mike has a great deal of integrity and I know that I can always count on him to follow through for me.

When: I met Mike through mutual friends in high school and remember thinking he was super cool since he was dating one of the hottest girls in high school and drove a Mustang with chrome rims. To this day, I still think Mike is one of the coolest guys I know and we make an undeniably good team when we are together.

Favorite Memory: Probably one of my favorite memories with Mike was when he visited me in Madison for a Badger football game with his dad. Since I lived down the alley from Johnnie O’s (the hottest bar in the city at the time), we had a good connection with the owner. On game days the line is wrapped around the block with college students looking for a drink. Mike, his dad, I rolled up to the bouncer and after we exchanged a few words, we were in. Mike’s dad was so excited and bought us all a few rounds of drinks. We both laugh about it to this day! Another favorite memory of mine with Mike was when we saw an alien cross the highway in front of us, but we will have to save that story for another time…


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Who: Our first born, the apple of our eye.

When: Born on April 30th, 2010, we’ve had very few restful nights since. He’s been an exercise in patience and perseverance, but also selfless love and a testament to what a good team we make as parents!

Favorite Memory: Bigsby is a well-traveled pup in his first year! One of our favorite trips with him was to Lake Tahoe last Labor Day weekend. We went on long hikes at North Star and tested out his sea legs in Lake Tahoe where he went for his first swim. He has brought so much joy to our lives and we can’t imagine our wedding day without him being a part of it.