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Steve Jobs
February 24, 1955 - October 5, 2011
Cupertino, California

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Posted by: Ismail - qGFGFzPy, IA - Family
Feb 29, 2016


friend! love! I like the reminder about the 180 kids being your kids too:) Thats how I feel about all 630 of mine! :) Even if I've miessd one day they act like it was the end of their world they didn't have art and I secretly am doing a happy dance that they care that much! LOL Be well!


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Sep 09, 2015


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Posted by: Jay - 4KH61olHuZ, SD - J0hyjmc4u
Sep 09, 2015


Steve Jobs, I will see you in Heaven someday, so the Original iPad and the iPad 2 came to Heaven sense you came there...


Posted by: Thomas Woolum
Oct 31, 2012


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Steve I grew up in your golden era. I can't remember the time before IPods, You have shaped the world we live in and not many people can match your intelligence. Steve you were years ahead of everyone else on this little blue marble and you helped millions. Thank you Steve


Posted by: Emmalene - Hero
Sep 19, 2012


Candle

RIP boss..


Posted by: R - friend
Mar 14, 2012


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All of my devices come from Steve.

R.I.P to a Apple Mastermind


Posted by: Steve B
Dec 30, 2011


Candle

I appreciate all you contributed.


Posted by: Julia Reeves - just a friend
Nov 27, 2011


Candle

You will never be forgotton.


Posted by: kelly hall
Nov 22, 2011


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He has added in bringing Learning of all Kinds to the World. He was a voice for good and not evil in a changing world.May His Memory Be For a Blessing Always Fondly Iris


Posted by: Iris Zaft - Friend
Nov 08, 2011


First met Steve at the Homebrew Computer Club in 1974. Followed his career for many years......He was truly the DaVinci of his time and gone much too early


Posted by: J. Kearney - Jacksonville, FL - friend
Nov 08, 2011


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I know he has seen the light and has been in my thoughts a lot. I pray for his soul and truely admired his simplicity and his view on life.
KC


Posted by: Kaye Campos - Admirer
Nov 05, 2011


The iPad in my opinion is the greatest invention of Steve's for the older generation.
With the zoom feature, when your eyesight is a problem that fixes it.
Steve, you were a special gift sent from above for all of us to borrow for a short time. We are so grateful that we were here to share this time with you.
The iPad 50th Wedding Anniversary gift for my husband is keeping him very busy until we go "Wow"! Steve, we are really looking forward to the "Wow" times with you! Enjoy them in the meantime.


Posted by: Rita Settle - Clermont, FL - Fan
Nov 02, 2011


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I am so impress by the details of his life. He was an adopted child. And these parents helped make him to be who he was. A tribute to all adopted people, and to those that gave him up for adoption.
"You could not make up a better story." R.I.P Steve Jobs. And my deepest Sympathy to All his Family and Friends.


Posted by: Sandra Perdue Stroup - Fan
Nov 02, 2011


Candle

Rest In Peace my brother, No more worries, no more tears, no more pains, Now that you are in God arms everything is alright. GOD BLESS


Posted by: Ruby
Nov 01, 2011


Candle

You will be sorely missed. Rest in Peace.


Posted by: Debbie - admirer
Nov 01, 2011


Candle

St Jobs eve for ever. Thanks steve for jobs you created, for your success of transforming ideas in products like the mystery of nature transforming cells in Apple. We will keep in memory the streamline of graphics, the elegant style of finger touch technology through the navigation wheel, the quality of audio in music,the access of geant music stores and your talent of marketing.
Thanks also for the exemple you give in your life : simplicity of your image, respect of environnment and the courage of personal ideas.


Posted by: Vermathio - French Software Engineer
Oct 30, 2011


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A MESSAGE TO STEVE IN THE AFTER LIFE FROM BUDDHA, DEATH IS NOTHING MORE THEN THE AWAKENING FROM THE DREAM CALLED LIFE. MAY ALL OF YOU NEEDS IN THE AFTERLIFE BE MET.


Posted by: james hastings - a fellow buddhist
Oct 30, 2011


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Full Sail University introduced me to Steve Jobs and the Mac Book Pro. An experience of epic growth and communication, pushed out of my comfort zone and challenged to learn new ideas concepts.

Steve Jobs left his foot prints in the sand to explore the clouds in the sky. A beacon light for the 21st century and beyond.


Posted by: Cheryl Autry - Student
Oct 30, 2011


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The first time I ever saw a Mac was 1994, in the California State Fullerton University book store. (I had learned how to use a computer on a PC and experienced a rather tense relationship with it.) This Mac laptop was sitting there, open and turned on. I took one look at it and thought, "This is it." I've been a Mac person ever since.
Now, 17 years later, I have my brand new desktop iMac. When I first saw this new iMac I thought, "Finally, someone has a created a computer for me!" - An"all-in-one" computer (with the tower streamlined in with the monitor). This is the only computer I have ever owned that I wake up in the morning and say (literally), "I love you" to!

Steve Jobs, you will be greatly missed.

Sincerely,
Debra McManus


Posted by: Debra McManus - Apple Lover
Oct 28, 2011


Go ahead Steve, start creating the next generation of technology up in your iCloud. Thanks for creating a world I love! We'll miss you.


Posted by: Caitlyn Rusley - Burlingame, CA - 6th Grade Student
Oct 28, 2011


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The future won't be the same without you Mr. Jobs. We will always be left wondering, "what if..." Peace be with you!


Posted by: Jamie Babcock - iFormer employee
Oct 27, 2011


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Dear Steve. May your soul rest in the hands of the Lord.


Posted by: Rosita Hartley - Client
Oct 26, 2011


Candle

may u rest in peace for u have done many good things for mankind


Posted by: carol
Oct 25, 2011


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I'm a grandma from NJ. Every morning I open my laptop and see my grandson's smiling face...I am able to share so many things with my Gavin who lives in another state...every day I thank Steve Jobs for helping to make that possible.


Posted by: Libby Gerardo - A Grateful Grandma
Oct 24, 2011


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I worked at the Apple Campbell,California site for Adia a temp agency in the early 90's. I worked in purchasing and noticed the atmosphere was so relaxed and my coworkers were so intelligent and engaging. Unfortunately I was a temp and my time was up. I thank Apple for helping me provide an income for my family. You are still we us Steve. Thank you.


Posted by: June Christina Whitaker - Employee
Oct 24, 2011


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Bravo Steve. You did a great job for Us. We thank you for that. We greately miss you


Posted by: mohan kuntipuram - Admirer
Oct 24, 2011


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like Job in the bible, while he gave everything to the people of the world, obedience played a key role in his existence here on earth. God took everything from him; for he rests in peace now at the right hand of God the Father. For his name was Job(s). Thank you for his talents and gifts.


Posted by: ahcila - angel
Oct 24, 2011


Even through I never meet Steve when I heard he had died it touched my heart, like he was a relative of mine.


Posted by: Lena Faye Johnson - Dale City, VA
Oct 23, 2011


Candle

An American icon gone. Irreplacable. RIP Steve.....


Posted by: jeff
Oct 23, 2011


Candle

Thank you so much Steve Jobs I you have enriched my life by owning so many apple products. Thanks again and rest in peace.


Posted by: Magna-Flow Environmental - an apple fan and mac user
Oct 23, 2011


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We love and miss you, Steve. My husband an I discovered the news of your death on an iPhone, at church, one Wednesday evening. I pray this was a sign from God that you found salvation. I would love to meet you in God's Kingdom. I have been a big fan of Apple since the 80s. And a vegetarian to boot. I wish Apple to continue to fulfill your wishes. You will always be with us and remain special.
-Virginia


Posted by: Virginia W - a fan with heart
Oct 23, 2011


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The most remarkable Genius of our time!
His passing has left a void that will not be filled
for many years to come!
May he rest in Peace, but keep a watchful eye on the
Ones he left behind


Posted by: Louise - Admirer
Oct 22, 2011


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Steve you will be greatly missed and you changed the world of communications more than any other individual in modern times.
You will be remembered as one of the greatest and most innovative men and the foremost in your field.
Rest in Peace...


Posted by: Sheila - Admirer and Fan
Oct 22, 2011


I still get teary-eyed when I'm reminded of Steve Jobs' all-too-untimely passing. He was my idol. Also a child of the 60's, I could identify with him in many respects. We "grew up" in a time of challenge and change. Steve chose Life 101 over more "conventional" curricula, set his sights accordingly, and aimed for the stars. He was a truly remarkable man. He gave so much to so many. He will not be forgotten. He may be gone, but only from our sight. You've changed the world in so many positive ways, Steve, with your vision, brilliant mind, and larger-than-life heart. Thank you.


Posted by: Lois Randall - Yarmouth, ME - Admirer
Oct 22, 2011


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I'm still trying to come to terms with the loss of Steve Jobs. I feel lucky to have lived at the same time as he did, for he improved my life in so many ways. I hope there is a wonderful after life for him.


Posted by: Sian - customer
Oct 22, 2011


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We were very fortunate to get to meet Steve only once. We will never forget that day because it was the day that Vice President Al Gore was introduced to the stockholders at an Apple Stockholders meeting. We were able to meet Mr Gore as well that day. That memory will live with us forever. Thank You Steve for your genius!
Dan and Sally Crua (shareholders).


Posted by: Sally & Daniel Crua - Fans of Steve Jobs
Oct 21, 2011


I bought my first MAC around 1982. As I remember it was 1 megabite. I upped the models until this G4 (desk top and laptop) ...it's outdated butstill does an amazing job for its age. (Me too at 79). I used to talk to my Macs...e.g Goodnight Mac...Good morning Mac (and longer conversations). Even though I can't afford a new Mac, a PC is out of the question. Thank you Steve for years of enjoyment (and employment) had my own PR and publishing business...until MI went down the tubes. I feel as if I have lost a good friend.


Posted by: Robin Harris - Port Huron, MI - customer and admirer
Oct 21, 2011


Candle

Rest in Peace, God needed you more! God Bless your sole!


Posted by: Judy & Joe Rauback
Oct 21, 2011


Candle

Wow, I read that he worked until the last day. It looked like he did want to leave, but he had to go. So sad. His obsession on creating a highly functional, elegant and refine piece of tool will be sorely missed. I look at my ipod and sigh!


Posted by: Chewy - Consumer
Oct 21, 2011


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Simplicity and genius combined in one great lively APPLE heart; Steve Job. You touched many lives with your efficient and easy to use computer inventions. Thank you for leaving us your lovely wife and inspired children to continue our hopes for a BRIGHT APPLE future for all of us. Stay blessed where you are, and rest in perfect peace.


Posted by: Ama Mundi - Mother of Apple DBA
Oct 20, 2011


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The most innovative man of our time. We are sad that he is gone. Thankful for what he did to make the world a better place for all of us.


Posted by: Stacey Thompson - none
Oct 18, 2011


Candle

God took one of his shining apples to return to the garden of life in heaven. May the perpetual light shine upon your soul and you rest in peace.


Posted by: joan louise - friend
Oct 17, 2011


Candle

The world has loss a great man who brought us all out of the dark ages as far as I'm concerned. He is and will always be missed. My heartfelt condolences to his family, friends, and associates.


Posted by: Gerri Grime Allgood - fan
Oct 16, 2011


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The entire world has suffered a tremendous loss with the passing of Steve Jobs. He was a true genius who altered our communication world in such an immense way and we have been forever changed. He died at a relatively young age but I think the God and his Angels felt he had accomplished what he was put on this earth to do and it was time for him to travel back to Heaven. My condolences to his wife and children, may God give you strength to handle the loss of your loved one ...Rest in Peace Steve!


Posted by: Katherine Morris
Oct 16, 2011


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October 5 -- A sad day for the world, the future. Why do I cry for this man that I've never met? But, yet, I have met him. Because in every invention, every MacBook I've purchased, every iPhone I've purchased, every song or video I've downloaded from iTunes, every heart-felt debate I've had with the IT guy/gal who is Microsoft headstrong, Steve Jobs has come into my life, into my productive work environment, into my heart. A visionary leaves us to only wonder what the next great thing we "need" is :)

October 14 -- My new 4S in hand ... my sadness is profound beyond anything I can possibly explain to my friend, my family. A man I've never met ... yet I'm mourning so deeply. RIP Steve Jobs. I miss you already.


Posted by: Patty
Oct 15, 2011


The vision you carved out changed the world forever, and Apple is on such a great destiny with your hard work and purpose. You are a true hero of our time and an Icon. This is a true loss and very sad. You will be missed by all the lives you touched.


Posted by: Nancy Lifter - Miami Beacg, FL - Admirer
Oct 15, 2011


Steve changed the world forever!My grand-
daughter,(Five),plays and learns on a computer(!)thanks to you.At that age,I played with building blocks.You changed the world forever!Thank you,Steve!


Posted by: John Wallace III - Bel Air, MD - An unknown friend!
Oct 14, 2011


In 1985 my first MAC was the 512K.I created a hairstyling make over system and hold a US patent in my name. Thank you Steve Jobs


Posted by: Vito Blancato - Port St. Lucie, FL
Oct 14, 2011


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I love my Apple devices. Have had one or more since 1985. Thanks Steve. Your Genius will be missed.


Posted by: Carolyn
Oct 14, 2011


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Dearest Steve Jobs, how do we let go of you as part of our world, you were a genius & you gave the world so much yet we are at a loss without you. . . .May You Rest In Peace & you will never be forgotten! May Cancer research find a cure someday!


Posted by: Cherie - A person, a number yet ONE
Oct 13, 2011


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Mr. Steve Jobs was a Brilliant, World Changing Genius who will be missed by many.Rest in Peace!


Posted by: Tammy - Fan & friend of sister Patty
Oct 13, 2011


Candle

Steve....A brillant light forever dimmed....may you rest in peace.


Posted by: Maria - friend
Oct 13, 2011


Candle

rip


Posted by: Dawn
Oct 13, 2011


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Hello, My name is Janet Woodville. I've always wondered what Apple Inc. and it's products were all about. The past few months I've been looking deeply into the apple products. Answering my questions on what makes all these products so popular. Now I know why. Next year I am going to get an i Pad 2 and an iPhone4S. my very first Apple products. i do love the new and improved stuff now that I know more about the products. I also want to get the new iPod nano 6th generation. I learned what it's features are and it's great. 16gig on that one. Steve Jobs will missed very much. I learned about Steve Jobs through YouTube. Therefore learned that he was CEO of all Apple. He sure improved a lot on all of the products too. May God bless and be with all his friends and Family.


Posted by: Janet Woodville - A newer fan
Oct 13, 2011


Candle

Rest in peace Steve. You were a very intelligent human being.


Posted by: Rose - a consumer
Oct 12, 2011


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Even knowing this day would eventually come, it has been a very difficult reality to face that Steve has transitioned on and away from this world of ours. I wake up every day with him on my mind and have difficulty knowing he isn't here with us any more.

I still remember the first time I ever hears of Apple Computer and it was from Steve's Admin Assistant back in the late 70's, who told me that she worked for a cool new company that was going to be really, really big. I remember saying "what a cute name for a company."

I am typing this on my G4 Dual-Processor Mac that I purchased in 2003, which is still operating perfectly. Steve's relentless drive to make elegant, innovative, and high-quality products is what made me forever abandon any thought of owning a PC again. My first computer was a Mac LC back in 1991. Years later I purchased a Dell. Big mistake. Within a couple of years I would have liked to have thrown that out of the window like Steve threw the dot matrix printer out of his. I was so happy on October 24, 2003 to get in line outside the Palo Alto Apple Store when OS 10.3 was released. And when I walked out with my whole new set up there was an aisle created by two rows of Apple employees cheering everyone who walked out with their new purchases. I stood in line at the check out stand at 11 pm and talked with others who were so happy to be an Apple customer. Once you own a Mac, you never go back.

I never met Steve personally but over the years watched him in awe and developed a huge respect for him and his passion.

Thanks Steve, for all you've given us.

My sincere condolences go out to his family. I hope the world mourning your loss provides at least some comfort for you in your grief.


Posted by: Susan Hubbart - Admirer of Steve Jobs
Oct 12, 2011


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iLove my Apple products and feel deeply saddened by the loss of Steve Jobs. Not only was he a maverick within the computer industry, but also an inspiration to millions of people worldwide. Steve was a visionary who showed us, first and foremost, that we can manifest our visions if we believe in them, but he also must have recognized the potential power of his manifestations - that his products would help to bring people together in ways never imagined before now.

RIP, Steve, and may your light shine on forever.


Posted by: Linda - Admirer and customer
Oct 12, 2011


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I remember getting out first Macintosh in 1994. It was packed with 80mb of RAM. WOw! I stayed up nights learning Photoshop 2.0, Quark, Illustrator...
When there was a glitch I fell asleep with it on my mind, by early morning I would wake up running to the Mac with a solution.
It was a time of inspiration and exploration of something I didn't know existed. My creative self. Through the Mac I found what I loved doing and still create in Photoshop and illustrator to this day.
Men with the passion and vision of Steve Jobs are few and far between. I feel fortunate that I walked the earth with Steve and saw the revolution of the computer thanks largely to him.
I feel that the world has been cheated of 20 more years of innovation, I am angry and sad and feel compassion for his family and the people that knew him.
My condolences go out to his wife and children. Steve will live on in his innovations and will be remembered for generations to come. Rest in Peace.


Posted by: Patricia - follower
Oct 11, 2011


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Sadly again the great and good die young. You have contributed so much to our world and could have done so much more. Your contributions will help take us to a higher level even in your absence.

Goodbye Steve Jobs


Posted by: David Paulsen
Oct 11, 2011


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What a true visionary that was lost in Steve Jobs. His wonderful mind helped bring so many truely awesome gadgets into our lives. My deepest sympathy goes out to the Jobs and Apple family. **My favorite quote from Steve Jobs was at Stanford in '05, "Your Time is Limited, don't waste it living someone else's life."


Posted by: Kim Wilkerson
Oct 11, 2011


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Steve, you made us all proud of you and your accomplishments and so very proud you did it as an American. We're hearing so much negative about ourselves and our country, our elected officials are the sickest of the sick, and there was you, a bright, shiny, beacon - always out there on the horizon, I thank you and appreciated who you were.


Posted by: MaryJane Millner - An admirer.
Oct 11, 2011


Candle

RIP


Posted by: Maureen
Oct 11, 2011


Candle

I sent Steve an email once because I was not satisfied by Apple customer service. His office called me on his behalf and rectified my problem immediately. I was pleasantly astonished that a man with such a large company would take the time out to see that I was helped.
Thanks Steve, for your vision, your passion and your time.


Posted by: Patricia - Admirer, product owner
Oct 11, 2011


I thank you humlby for sharing your wisdom JJWY


Posted by: Philly - OALpihqfiVzIL, CA
Oct 11, 2011


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I am new to the Apple world and am enjoying my I phone 4 thanks to you Steve......continue to share all your brilliance in Heaven.
Rest in Peace


Posted by: Cinnamon Hrabe - Satisfied consumer
Oct 11, 2011


Candle

To the Jobs family I feel your loss. What a journey Steve took us on. You will never be forgotten. RIP Steve!!


Posted by: Donna Richardson
Oct 10, 2011


Candle

the world and apple will never be the same without you ,you will truly be missed


Posted by: bern - fan
Oct 10, 2011


Candle

Thank you Steve, I love all my Apple products, they have truly changed my life. You will be missed!


Posted by: Susan - Lifetime customer of Apple
Oct 10, 2011


Candle

The world is a better place because Steve Jobs was in it. Written on my Macbook Pro.


Posted by: Austin Dunn
Oct 10, 2011


Candle

Thank you Steve Jobs, for making my computer experiences much easier, and my portfolio much brighter.
You will be missed by many.


Posted by: Samantha Eden
Oct 10, 2011


Candle

Thank you for sharing your visions with the whole world...


Posted by: Mirian
Oct 10, 2011


Candle

You were and always be Apple. May you rest in peace now and may your family find comfort in knowing that people like me, who never personally knew you, admired you. God Bless Your Family Always


Posted by: Barb Fullen
Oct 10, 2011


The world has lost an amazing human being, a visionary and a creative genius.
Those of us who have been fortunate enough to know and share with Steve have lost a dear friend.
Knowing Steve I know he left a legacy for APPLE of many years to come....


Posted by: Fernando Marturet - Aventura, FL - Friend
Oct 09, 2011


Am sorry to here of your lost steven was wonder as a man and a friend hè has done and well do wonderful thing. For the world may he be at rest now and may the company he love do wonders in his nameu


Posted by: Rpse - TX - Some pne
Oct 09, 2011


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iSad!
iWeep!!
iMourn!!!
... I love and thank you for everything, Steve.
You will live on in all our "i"s and our hearts.


Posted by: LiLy - Admirer
Oct 09, 2011


Candle

Love you, Steve.


Posted by: Tom - Follower
Oct 09, 2011


Candle

RIP Mr Jobs you will be truly missed


Posted by: Kim Goodwin - fan
Oct 09, 2011


Candle

Rest in peace Mr. Jobs. You gave the world innovation, inspiration and joy. We will not see a visionary like you anytime soon.


Posted by: HE
Oct 09, 2011


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THANK YOU FOR WHAT YOU GAVE THE WORLD, YOUR TECHNOLOGY INSPIRES US ALL ONE DAY I WILL HOPEFULLLY BE ABLE TO HAVE ONE OF YOUR PRODUCTS BUT I KNOW THEY ARE WONDERFULL BY PLAYING WITH MY FRIENDS, MAY YOUR FAMLY ALWAYS HAVE MANY BLESSING, GOD BLESS YALL
VERONICA


Posted by: veornica westbrook
Oct 09, 2011


Candle

thank you for what u gave to the world, god bless your family
veronica


Posted by: veronica westbrook - none
Oct 09, 2011


Candle

Steve, The world was forever changed by your visions, your drive, and your inspiration. whether it was you giving us the best keynote presentations every time to developing, innovating new products to better our own life's you took an Apple and made apple pie you took a look at the current products and technology and said it's nice, "but" what can we do to make it even better. Just think of what the imac, ipod, iphone, and now Ipad has done to the world. I've been a huge Apple fan for many many years and even though I haven't always agreed with some of the decisions at first but then later I saw why it was done. I own a small business out of my home, without Steve's and Apple's visions, concepts and products, my business would not exist. Steve will be missed world wide, he has put the right pieces together for this company to succeed for many years to come. We were very lucky to have a man of his stature in our lifetime. There will never be another Steve Jobs. He battled this Illness for eight years and he could have just gave up eight years ago but he didn't be fought and fought and still remained focussed on the task at hand. Amazing

STEVE JOBS R.I.P you will Forever will be missed ♡
Sincerely,
Mac and Apple fan


Posted by: Scott - Apple Fan
Oct 09, 2011


My thoughts and prayers are with the family of Steve Jobs'. A man who was devoted to his beloved wife and children.

A brillant man that certainly loved his passion for technology, and shared it with the world. He pursued his dream, and look at the outcome - success. A man that had a desire, goal and mission, and showed the world his avenue of innovation. And, not to mention, he always had a smile on his face with integrity!

He resides in his heavenly home now, and will never be forgotten - he lives.

God Bless.


Posted by: C. Wilson - Atlanta, GA - follower of technology
Oct 09, 2011


Candle

Thank you, Steve


Posted by: Kelley
Oct 09, 2011


Candle

I really did not anticipate how hard the passing of Steve Jobs would hit me. I cannot even begin to tell you how sad I am. My heart is truly heavy :'-( He was an icon, a visionary, a genius of the highest caliber and now he's gone. So very, very tragic...RIP Steve Jobs. You will never be forgotten.


Posted by: Florentina Renshaw
Oct 09, 2011


Candle

Thank you for giving me a device such as the iPod that lets me take the music I love the most anywhere in the world. That was the nicest thing you could have done for me. I did not know you personally but you were marvolus and left and impression in this earthly world. Thank you and may god be with you!


Posted by: Gail Simmons
Oct 09, 2011


Thank you steve for your contribution to the world of computer technology that has changed the world forever. God Bless you Steve,you are one of a kind.


Posted by: edthomaqs - san antonio, TX - partofnetworkoffans
Oct 08, 2011


Candle

Our deepest condolences to Mr. Jobs family, we will be forever endebted to him for making this a better world full of new discoveries.
Rest In Peace.
Martha Calderon & Family


Posted by: Martha Calderon
Oct 08, 2011


Candle

Thank you Steve for making learning fun for all the special education students I taught. I was not good at computers, none of us where, but you found a way to make it so simple for us to use them that they became part of our classrooms and part of our lives forever. I am forever grateful for the way you wanted technology to be used in education. It has helped so many over the years...thank you..we will miss you.


Posted by: Lynn Metzger - Apple fan and teacher
Oct 08, 2011


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Because of Steve Jobs, I am a better person. We are a better world. My aging brain has been consistently stimulated and thrills to the opening and practicing of creative challenges that each new Apple product brings. I am surprised at how much his death affected me, he was the biggest game changer I can remember. His Stanford speech will be a point of reference for the rest of my life.


Posted by: Gaye - apple obsessed
Oct 08, 2011


Candle

You have lived a life that confirms that nothing great has ever been accomplished without passion. To have watched the evolution of your passion being made manifest in those things that have changed all of our lives is to have reveled in the opportunity to feel and fall in love with the possibilities of the imagination. We thank you for your unparalleled imagination and - most of all - your bottomless passion.

May peace be upon you.


Posted by: Sharin
Oct 08, 2011


Candle

Unending prescence


Posted by: Steve
Oct 08, 2011


Candle

R.I.P. I loved your products.


Posted by: Angel Dickerson
Oct 08, 2011


Candle

You will forever be in our hearts and lives


Posted by: Shayla Hanna Mead - friend
Oct 08, 2011


Candle

My heart felt sympathy to mr Jobs family. The world will not be the same without him. BUT, ONE THING FOR SURE WE WILL NEVER FORGET HIM. R.I.P MR JOBS. JOB WELL DONE. THANK YOU SO MUCH! LORNA


Posted by: LORNA - FAN
Oct 08, 2011


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To Mrs. Powell-Jobs: My heart is crying for Steve, & your entire family. I have followed Steve through this terrible illness -- & lost my husband @ age 58 to the same illness. The hole in my heart will never mend. Stay close to your family... my thoughts are with you. MNK


Posted by: Marcia Palmer
Oct 08, 2011


Candle

A brilliant mind that forever changed a world. He will be missed.


Posted by: Tracie
Oct 08, 2011


Candle

Steve rest in peace...you were so brave and fought so hard...thank you for all the memories...you are truly missed...you brought much joy in all the products you brought out...Shannon okeson


Posted by: Shannon okeson - Cancer sister
Oct 08, 2011


Candle

iSad :) May the Lord bless your family, especially during the coming days. Thank you for sharing all your great ideas with us.


Posted by: Chuck Excell - An Apple/Mac addict
Oct 08, 2011


Candle

Thank you for my first computer, the student Macintosh, and for the GUI. May you rest in peace.


Posted by: Gracey Lee Sweetie
Oct 08, 2011



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