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The Michelle Dyer Memorial web page

Welcome everyone to the Michelle Dyer Memorial web page, sponsored by the Jared Rimer Network. Michelle was a very close friend of mine, and did some work for the Code Amber project along with other colaberations with a radio station, a race team, and more. The following web pages are a set of files and articles from my Technology podcast, commentary from Philmore Voice Mail when we were on it, and the Code Amber Podcast which is no longer being produced. We hope you enjoy these files as much as I have putting them together.

When I heard of the death of Michelle, I was shocked, and didn't have any words to say. One thing I did do, was preserve the final greeting she did on the Philmore Voice Mail System and download and listen to this file (2.83mb) to hear her final words to my knowledge recorded on Philmore's voicemail system.

The downloads page will be broken up in to different sections. It'll be broken in to podcasts specific sections, commentary, and tributes.

Michelle's broadcasts

Michelle did some broadcasts through the telephone lines of KGKI Radio based in Florida. This radio station covers sports including racing, and Michelle did a racing program with the folks at the studio. There were 13 shows in total from June 2006 to September 2006. While KGKI and Michelle parted ways, the programs are good even though there may have been some issues with what needed to be done in regards to transportation and other aspects of what they wanted to do. The goal here, is not to dwell on whats bad, but whats good. Michelle was hoping after leaving KGKI for whatever reason, to find some other opportunity which never developed because of her prolonged illness.

Michelle's writings

Michelle did a lot of writing for different publications including Motor Sports News just to name one. In an articles section, we'll be publishing the articles, including one article which will cover her illness and problems in more detail.

Michelle's life

Michelle was born on November 22, 1969 in Alexandrea, Virginia, and died May 15, 2010 in Sanford, Florida. An obituary, thanks to the Orlando Sentinel, can be found by reading this page. As I indicated at the top of the page, she and I did a lot of work together. She had a 6 month stint with a radio station from June 2006 to September 2006. After that time, she continued to work with me and my crew with Code Amber and in 2007, we parted ways because of her illness. A full detailed article on the Motor Sports News web site in Michelle's words explains what she went through. Michelle, this web site, is for you, and remember one thing, you will be sorely missed. All of us miss you. And, the downloads and articles pages will be here in your memory. Rest in peace, and hope you are feeling better knowing that you will not suffer any longer. All of us from Code Amber to Philmore Voicemail and My Telespace miss you. My network also misses you.

Privacy

The Jared Rimer Network takes your privacy seriously. This web site does not collect any personal information. We do have a contact form on the network, and its policy applies.

Contacting the owner and operator of this site

If you want to contribute to the web site, you can contact me through Jared Rimer's website and fill out a contact form. Mention there is no bug, and only fill out the comment field. Audio only for the tributes, please produce your own or call in to the voice mail side at 575-802-8980. If you want toll-free access, contact me and I'll give you a telephone number to use.

The Jared Rimer Network assumes no responsibility of the tributes made to Michelle. The Jared Rimer Network is only providing this web site for informational and listening purposes only.
No portions of this web page may be reproduced without permission of the Jared Rimer Network. The Jared Rimer Network assumes no responsibility of the tributes on this web site, however, we are responsible for the podcasts. The Radio station mentioned, and broadcasts from that station, are copywritten by the said station, and these programs were already made available via the Station.