Condolences for Jay Bodner

Ted Walker posted on 6/24/20

I knew Floyd better then you but I admitted your drive and you being so out going. I always wanted to go to the yearly giant garage sale but we had moved to Salem and then on to Gig Harbor, WA where Floyd visited. My sympathy to the family. You are greatly missed. Ted Walker.

 

Don Beazely posted on 1/7/20

I am saddened to hear about Jay's death. He was a great classmate ('64) and clubmate (Sigma Tau Service club). I always enjoyed Jay's energy and positive outlook. He also made me laugh on many occasions. May deepest condolences to Jay's family.

 

James Boscole posted on 1/6/20

The Bodners were neighborhood friends of my parents, we played with their children. Jay was a fun, smiley, happy friend..We shared holidays together as well..Great family...Jay's father owned a toy wholesale business so Jay always had the newest toys to play with & share...sorry to see him pass...love to the family...

 

Cheri DeLay posted on 1/2/20

To the Bodner family- I met Jay years ago with my ex-husband at the trade shows in Vegas. What a great guy. I joined him and a few other runners each morning for a run. He was truly a kind, fun person. I was saddened to come across this. Please accept my heartfelt codolances.

 

Raizie Axman posted on 12/25/19

Dear Robin, Michael and I were shocked and saddened to hear of Jay’s death. We will always remember him as a kind and generous person. We hope the many happy memories of him will sustain you, Elana, Rob and Jeremy as you mourn his loss. Jay was a real “mench”

 

Raizie Axman posted on 12/25/19

Dear Robin, Michael and I were shocked and saddened to hear of Jay’s death. We will always remember him as a kind and generous person. We hope that happy memories of a long history together will sustain you, Elana, Rob and Jeremy as you mourn the loss of a real “ mench”.