Please accept my condolences on your loss. I'm truly grateful that I had the opportunity to meet you and Peggy in Pittsburgh a couple years ago. It was a lovely night of Roadfood dining, made better by the people we shared it with. At the time I wrote this:
One last word about the company. No one at the table knew everyone at the table. Some of us were complete strangers, other than familiarity with each other’s posts here at Roadfood. Some of us had met previously, but only recently, and for a very short time. Only a couple of us had met on numerous other occasions and had spent any significant time with each other. In spite of all that, the connections were instant, the camaraderie was strong, and the conversation was lively. Long before the end of the evening, strong friendships were established with good people. If none of us ever sees each other in person again, I know that Thursday night at Tessaro’s will be forever remembered by all of us.
Mike, my wife and I are married almost as long as you and Peggy. I don't know what I'd do if I lost her. My heart goes out to you.