Walnut Creek Sewer Repair Plumber Reflects on Cancer Related Death of Apple Founder Steve Jobs

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Walnut Creek sewer and trenchless sewer replacement plumber on the cancer related death of Apple Founder Steve Jobs and the way he heard about the death while at the Apple Store looking for an iPhone 4S.

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A few people were crying and everyone was definitely deeply saddened by the news

Walnut Creek Sewer repair and trenchless sewer replacement plumber Gary Dimodana who owns Evenflow Plumbing was at the Apple Store on 10/05/2011 at 5:45 p.m. trying to buy the new Apple iPhone 4S when he heard about the cancer related death of Apple Founder Steve Jobs. as reported by CNN News to http:/http://www.apple.com/ “The first thing I felt was a loss. Even though I didn’t know Steve Jobs personally, he is just one of those guys who has really changed the world and shouldn’t die so young,” says Gary. News broke on Wednesday afternoon that Steve Jobs has passed away. People who were at the Apple store looking at the Apple iPhone 4S started talking about the news immediately after the news came across their iPhones. “A few people were crying and everyone was definitely deeply saddened by the news. The crowd of people was buzzing with all of the crazy things that Jobs has done and brought to the world,” said Gary.

Steve Jobs has been fighting a long battle with cancer according to Fox News and has passed due to his cancer related illness. It is widely known that Jobs has been suffering through cancer for some years, it was a public battle as reported by ABC News. He had surgery for pancreatic cancer in 2004 and a liver transplant in 2009. Jobs remained the face and CEO of Apple while undergoing various cancer treatments. Steve Jobs will perhaps be best remembered as the Apple visionary who brought personal computers into homes and businesses and then revolutionized the way we live with the introduction of mp3 players like the iPod as well as mobile smart phone devices like the iPhone, and then the latest revolution, the iPad tablet.

Steve Jobs came a long way from when he and Stephen Wozniak started a garage based company in 1976. When he was 35 Apple didn’t seem to need him anymore and he was forced out of the company. But as time went on it became obvious to investors and stock holders that not only was Steve Jobs needed, he was a visionary and marketing genius. Jobs understood that functionality was critical but a sleek look and feel would appeal to the masses. He was known for not settling and encouraging more creativeness from his team before approving prototypes to be released for testing. During his absence from Apple Computer which lasted over a decade Jobs was an integral part of Pixar which went on to release,” Toy Story,” and other popular movies. “Back before I was doing sewer repair and trenchless sewer replacement in Walnut Creek I was playing on my Apple personal computer,” says Gary Dimodana, “This guy is responsible for changing the mindset for the way people process and share information. In my lifetime he is the father of information.”

Though funeral arrangements have not been announced it is clear that many people will want to remember Steve Jobs. Apple.com put up a splash page tribute to jobs on October 5, 2011 which is viewable by all visitors the Apple website. There is also a link with a small tribute. “tomorrow I will be back to doing sewer repair and trenchless sewer replacement in Walnut Creek, but it weigh heavy on my mind that Steve Jobs is gone.,” says Gary Dimodana.

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1647 Willow Pass Rd
Suite 268
Concord, CA 94520
(925) 692-5834 ‎
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