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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old 05-05-2008, 05:57 PM Thread Starter
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This forum is for the announcements of the passing of GBO members and a place to post coments to their family & friends .

If anyone has more infomation on any of these past members please feel free to add what you know .

So PLEASE keep this a place of HONOR .

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Somewhere we have an entire thread on Deadeye47 who died not long after the first PD shoot. Someone should see if that thread can be found and moved here. Tim or me likely would need to move it. I think it's on the NEF Centerfire or Pot Bellied Stove Forum.



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Thanks Richard and Bill, great idea.

I moved the threads of the three that came to mind right away, Deadeye47, Lawdog and OSO45-70. :'(

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what about mt30-30?

We need to move that thread for him into here too. He was a good guy with tons of good posts.
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Done, thanks.

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great idea gentlemen! thanks my hats off to all of them
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I just spotted this category for the first time tonight. VERY nice touch. Its humbling to see a couple names here of members who I enjoyed reading or even obtained advice. I had wondered where they went. I'm saddened they are no longer with us. RIP to all - there are some REALLY fine folks on GBO.

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I was sad to read of Stimpylu's passing in the H&R Handi forum.
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Kinda like the wall only for members of GB sad to see those who we have sold to or done a trade etc. but a lot of us are getting old.

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I was educated yesterday that humans "die" twice. The first time is when we physically die. The second time we "die" is with the passing of life in the last person alive that knew us. While we may "know" a lot about people that have left indelible "footprints", not one of us is both known in the first person and remembered - forever.
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