Jacques Zagouri Obituary, Death – I found out yesterday that my great friend Jacques Zagouri, who was always up for a good time, had passed suddenly. He was always up for having a good time. He was the kind of person who was always up for having a good time. Because our friendship went back such a long way in time, I had lost count of the decades by the time we had known one another. After he experienced such a major issue with his heart, I have to admit that I had been concerned about him for a substantial amount of time. This has been the case for quite some time.
I had been talking to him more frequently than in the past, especially because he wanted to bring his daughter to look at the property, and she was interested in seeing it. In the past, I had not been talking to him very much. She has my sincere condolences, as do all of his relatives and the many friends he had, many of whom are probably in a state of shock as a result of this as well. I am sure that many of his other friends and acquaintances are also in a state of shock. I feel terrible for each and every one of them.
Especially Colin Moody, who was the one to investigate why he wasn’t replying to anyone and was confronted with the dismal conclusion of his inquiry when he found out why he wasn’t reacting to anybody else’s messages in the first place when he found out why he wasn’t replying to anyone else’s messages. During this difficult time, I want you to know that you have my deepest sympathies and that you have my support. It goes without saying that the unstable nature of our collective relationship with time as well as the precariousness of existence in general comes to my attention once again when I consider that this comes to my attention. However, it does draw my attention to this, so if you don’t mind, I’ll say it anyway. People shouldn’t sit around and do nothing while they wait for something to happen; instead, they should get the job done. Put it out there in the open. You should subject yourself to it.