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Sorry for your loss. I lost a good friend last week. His funeral was at my old church in North Carolina but I was out here in California and I couldn't make it back. At 75 (today) I am saying goodby to more and more old friends.
 

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So sorry to hear this mate, a sad loss indeed.

Clicked 'like' for solidarity.

Whenever someone is lost, I can't help but think of all that has gone with them, the knowledge, experience, laughs and good times. It really is such a great and true loss to loose someone close.

Here's hoping you have lots of great memories.

Roy
 

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a diving mate of mine went last week at 84 , he was one of the pioneers of diving back in the day, I was with him on his last ever time in the water,
 

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That's an amazing picture of back in the day Jerry. I may be newish to the forum but not new to losing friends; I hope I don't seem to forward by commenting. Thank you for honoring him by sharing
 

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Sorry for your loss. Condolences to you and his family. I'll have a bourbon in his honor tonight when I get off work.
 
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Thanks for all the comments guys. He was one of us except for owning a late model bobber. He made his fortune making artificial limbs and I do mean a fortune.
 

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It is very tough when you lose a close mate/riding partner. My wife's brother just went about 4 mos ago. he had just come down to SC to set up for a potential permanent transfer down here from NY. Had a massive heart attack and died on my property, he was 60. My wife is still inconsolable.
So I know what you are feeling to a certain extent.
Hang in there and we are all here for you!
 
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