Connie Moffit

A remembrance of Jerry was in the Seattle Times today. He taught at Cornish College here in the 80s and was greatly appreciated. Here's an affectionate blurb from guitarist, John Schott, one of his students: “'Oh man, I just loved him so much,' recalled Schott from his home in Berkeley. 'His tall, thin, lanky body that just undulated when he played. His listening behind the drum set was so tangible and physical, like when he’d listen, rear back, then decide to not play anything. He changed my life. And I think he changed the way I walk down the street.'”