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A Memorial for David Tinkoff

photos & web design by Hugh Petrie - Killaloe
I must appologize for the poor quality of these images. I was using a new camera I'd had only a week, and for the first time in such circumstances and failed to adjust for faster shutter speeds. They are somewhat blurred and in a few, distorted by shutter action as well.
I must also appologize to the first group or groups that played before I managed to arive from Killaloe, and so could not photograph on stage.
At the least we have a record of the many people who have loved David Tinkoff.

If anyone would like a copy of any image feel free to copy from the site, but these are low quality adequate for the web only. If you would like printable quality images please e mail me and I will arrange to e mail you a high resolution file you can print or size to your personal use.
Images are in the order they were taken and numbered for easy reference.

The images are in the order in which I took them and numbered for reference under each one.

Notably I do not know most names and would solicit your emails with info given left to right, should you care to help complete the page

If anyone would like a CD of the web page I would be able to provide it for a small but undecided sum.
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David Simmonds
one of two Masters of Ceremonies
I seem to have missed Ron Moores.
 

 
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It was break time and I took the liberty to catch a few pictures of some of the photo displays and of course, this painting.
I trust that there will be no objections to their use here. If so please advise me.
 

 
Two views of Susan Bercovich
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David's cousin, Ilene Strong
who was so helpful to him.
 

 
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Well I didn't get all thepictures at the break.
And this is a happy David.
 
 
And David in the crowd for the 2006 Folk Festival

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It must have been the fast playing on David's Mandolin that did this.
(Some excuse).

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David Simmonds, who was master of ceremonies.
 

 
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David Simmonds, once again.
 

 
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Dean Verger gives the closing words.
 

 
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As a friend of some 25 years to David I am very grateful for all the help Dean Verger was for our friend David Tinkoff, and too, the many Blue Grass musicians, and others, who were touched by Dave and helped him through his final days - Hugh Petrie
 

 
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And as the crew pack up some musicians jam.
 

 
That is all folks. If you wish to contact Hugh Petrie for better
resonlution images click HERE hughpetrie@sympatico.ca
Thank you for visiting.
Hugh Petrie - Killaloe ON

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