In Memory 🕯

Lane Kazuo Suyeyasu

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06/28/18 02:44 PM #1    

Nancy Taylor (Eastenson)

Lane was one of the sweetest class mates!  He always had an encouraging word when I was struggling with my classes.  I would have enjoyed  knowing him as an adult. 



06/29/18 09:41 AM #2    

Debra Porter (Godfrey)

Yes. He also taught me how to play ping pong. A great friend. 

06/30/18 08:10 AM #3    

Arlan (Arly) Anderson

I had the privilege of knowing Lane after high school as we were at university together and we stayed in touch afterwards back in Palo Alto.  He was the singularly most genuine and positive person I have ever known.  He was always so interested in others, so funny and had such a upbeat attitude.  He was too young when he left us.

06/30/18 08:38 AM #4    

Gary Anthony Martin

Great friend, truly will be missed. RIP

07/26/18 06:58 PM #5    

Kevin Fong

I remember spending time with Lane when we were at Jordan (he lived a few blocks away from school). He had a trampoline in his backyard which at that time was pretty trendy and fun! What a great person. I lost track of him (as everyone) when my family moved to Japan. This website and FB have been my main source of information. Amazing resource.

01/09/22 10:29 PM #6    

William (Bill) Vallem

Lane was good friend at Garland ES, Jordan Jr high and Paly , we had great fun on his Trampoline it was a full size professional model ! I still have great memories of the time we shared experiencing life growing up in Palo Alto !

09/18/23 02:45 AM #7    

Wendy Lynn Kewman (Bar-Am)

Lane was a dear friend of mine from Garland elementary school.We used to jump on the trampoline together for hours. I remember his mom would offer a dried seaweed snack.
I will always charish our friendship.
Wendy Kewman

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