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  1. 9anda1f

    9anda1f Administrator Staff Member

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    A good man, a well spend life. Through his deeds and disciples he will live on.
     
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    Quite the character! he will be missed. i never met him.
    i am glad, however, that there is the age of video and internet
    recordings to get across his ideas, stories and personality.
     
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    He will be missed. His contributions will live on forever.
     
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    So grateful for the work he has done to help us and our children's children and all the generations to come.
     

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