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Will you be attending?

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Yes
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Total votes: 13

Filonian
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Re: Sad News

Post by Filonian »

A year already - where has it gone :dunno:

I'm with you Pete greatly miss his friendly banter and posts along with freely given advice.



Graham :((
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blanston12
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Re: Sad News

Post by blanston12 »

Same here, although sometimes its hard to be believe its only been a year. Dave we will be breaking out the scotch in your honor tonight!
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FlyTexas
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Re: Sad News

Post by FlyTexas »

One year on and it still hurts. :( I hope Alison and Helen are doing well.

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Re: Sad News

Post by simondix »

Yes a year already. I think he would be pleased that things are still going here. My thoughts are with his family as it must be especially hard.
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simondix
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Re: Sad News

Post by simondix »

Yes a year already. I think he would be pleased that things are still going here. My thoughts are with his family as it must be especially hard.
Simon

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nigelb
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Re: Sad News

Post by nigelb »

I remember how helpful, friendly and funny Dave was and of course my thoughts are with his family on this sad anniversary.

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Re: Sad News

Post by Airspeed »

:((

Tomliner
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Re: Sad News

Post by Tomliner »

I remember the disbelief with which I read Ben’s post a year ago. I don’t think it’s an exageration to say that Dave was the kingpin of this site and I doubt anyone will forget his friendly helpfulness and enthusiasm. It will be a sad day for his family but I they will gain some comfort by remembering the happy times they had with him. :(( EricT
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Re: Sad News

Post by DaveG »

It's hard to believe it's been a year already. Dave is sorely missed. My thoughts are with Alison and Helen, and the rest of Dave's friends and family. I'll be raising a glass to his memory tonight
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Paul K
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Re: Sad News

Post by Paul K »

Rest in peace, Dave. You are still missed.
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