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Capitol, 1998
“What’s past is prologue” is a quotation by William Shakespeare from his play The Tempest. The phrase was originally used in The Tempest, Act 2, Scene I. Antonio uses it to suggest that all that has happened before that time, the “past”, has led Sebastian and himself to this opportunity to do what they are about to do: commit murder, or make another choice.
In contemporary use, the phrase stands for the idea that history sets the context for the present. The quotation is engraved on the National Archives Building in Washington, DC, and is commonly used by the military when discussing the similarities between war throughout history.–Wikipedia

Rick Caul

Rick Caul died 48 hours ago, Wednesday, March 20, 6:50 pm. He fought for his life the past couple of years.

Ricky was the machine king, an artist of repair. He fixed with insight, economy and speed.

Ricky had a stern presentation but scratch the surface…

…he had a big heart. He was a generous man to work with, patient with those less skilled than he.

Ricky was a family man, he loved his wife and his boys.


I am deeply grateful to Adrian Pols to have had the chance to work at Eastham Engineering for seven years.(Auto Tecnika) Rick was a master mechanic. Adrian is a diagnostician without equal. They made a great team.
Rick got the job done.

John Joseph Tornatore III

Skippy behind the counter
John Joseph “Skip” Tornatore, III, 78, of Charlottesville, passed away on Monday, March 12, 2018, at the University of Virginia Medical Center, The Daily Progress has his obituary.

Mr. Tornatore and his wife operated Helen and John’s Grocery at 123 Franklin Street for many many years.

H&J Sign
Skip and Nadine had what you needed when you needed it. The place was a store with more…

Skip with the twins set #1
Skip was a kind, gentle caring man.

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His stock appealed to young and old alike. My favorite item was his custom sandwiches.

The store was a gathering place for long time Woolen Mills and Hogwaller residents.

His friends were legion.

He is missed. Thank you Skippy!