I am a minister. I've also been a firefighter / rescue recovery specialist in my younger years. I've officiated for strangers, friends and family. All of them have affected me in one way or another. But I don't think I've ever felt such a deep sense of loss over someone I've never met in person as I feel today at hearing this news. I looked forward to all of Kevin's posts and comments. All of them. But this. And I have never ever been at a loss of words as I am over this. I hope that the guys that Kevin had hand picked to help moderate this site will do their utmost to ensure the longevity of this sight. The best way to remember such a fine gentleman as Kevin would be to ensure that what he had started with WB, as a means of connecting with and helping other fellow craftsmen, continues on and someone else will take the helm. I wish I had known him like some of you others had. I feel like there is something missing now that I never actually had. And that's a major drag. Coulda, woulda, Shoulda. I hope that in the days ahead, when each of us gets an opportunity to meet another WB friend in person that we will make it happen. I had thought many times in the last few months that I need to go meet this guy that has this unique ability to find fire in trees. And now I'll never get to do that.