Jan, this looks so beautiful and I know Stephan would be overwhelmed not just by how cool this organ is, with the history and lore attached to it (and you're definitely right about him being out there in the harbor tossing the tea cases over board!), but by the enormity of the honor you've done him by making him a part of it. I have forwarded your message on to his parents, and I know we'd all love the chance to see the organ in person. I definitely want Liam and Caitlin to see it. This was really just a beautiful gesture, and you have no idea how much it means to us. I'm thinking of trying to plan a trip to the DC area next fall (I know it's a long way away, but I'd like to come during football season and take Liam to a Skins game) so we can see the organ and thank you in person. Thank you so much for honoring Stephan in such a beautiful and lasting way.
PCinOz said: Thats fabulous Jan, thanks for sharing this with us.
This is a great way to remember a great man and friend!!!
Rdsknsfan said: I never met Stephan the man....but I believe that he would definitely be honored by this gesture, Jan. His legacy will carry on throughout his board and carry up to the heavens on a chorus of gentle tones.
InSageWeTrust said: Well done, Jan!
MrdMD22 said: Thank you for sharing her note, Jan. I hope they can make it out next year to see (and hear) it in person.
Wilbert 1 said: Just WOW...again Jan...
heatsky said: That is SUPER cool!
AtlSkin said: Nice!
P was the man!
Sirewolf said: Wow. That is beautiful. Pun was cool. If he dis-agreed with you, he would take his stance, but he was never about shooting anyone down. He knew we are all Redskins fans.