Some of you will recall me having told you (either in person, or here) about my wife's grandmother, Lillian T. Cox. We often flew to Tallahassee to visit her, and she lived alone in her home of 70+ years until she decided, at 102, that she was not comfortable driving at night. At night. She finally moved from Tallahassee to Texas to be nearer all of us; that was 7 or so years ago. She finally went home last Friday, to be with her husband, Tom Cox, and daughter (and my mother in law), Carolyn Cox Partch. Going to miss her. https://www.tallahassee.com/story/news/2018/08/13/indomitable-lillian-cox-dies-111/976481002/ (Also, cause to remember our old friend, "Marathon Mike" Schneider, a great PoAer from Tallahassee, with whom I had the pleasure of flying in his most excellent Maule; I met Mike at the second Gaston's Fly-In, flew with him while I was visiting Grandmother in Tallahassee, and we did the very first "Go Fly America" airport claim at the Gadsden County Airport, Quincy, FL. Mike came to Grandmother's 100th birthday party in Tallahassee but, unfortunately, they must have needed a great coach in heaven, because he was called home at a very young age). --- People come, and they go. Seems like, lately, they go.