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Thread: RIP My Father

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    Knows a Thing or Two danford.lau's Avatar
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    Wishing you the best in these hard times . Sorry for your loss .

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    Addict JKbrick's Avatar
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    Leo, Indiana
    Sorry you are going through this, glad to hear you got so close, you will never regret it

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    Old Timer Clutch's Avatar
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    STL metro
    I hate to hear that.

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    Old Timer USMC Wrangler's Avatar
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    Cochise County, AZ
    Very sorry to hear and my condolences. My Mom passed in 2016 and my Dad in 2018. I miss them every single day.

    Prayers for you and your family.
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    Old Timer Jsouder53's Avatar
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    Gallatin Gateway, Montana
    I’m sorry for your loss. I’ll be praying for you and your family

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    Nothing but a Thing TOPLESS's Avatar
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    Benton Harbor, Michigan
    I’m sorry for your loss. I’m happy you we’re able to make some good memories with him.

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    Old Timer TrailHunter's Avatar
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    Very Sorry for your loss... I like to hope our loved ones never really leave us.

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    Nothing but a Thing Honor2afault's Avatar
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    Kansas City, KS
    Saying farewell to a loved member of our family is never an easy thing. Your loss is truly felt.
    I believe that as long as we're remembered, we never truly die.
    Live your life to make him proud, though I'm fairly certain he already was. Share his wisdom and teachings with your Munchkins and watch him grow within them.
    It's ok to cry, it helps to cleanse the spirit.
    Never say goodbye.
    Say I love you. I miss you. And remember.
    Courtesy is given. Respect is Earned.

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    Been Around the Block JDDK's Avatar
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    Oxnard Ca
    Oh man, sorry for the pain your family is facing. You're a good son. You turned out well, raising a great family and being there for your folks. He was more than proud of you brother. You improved on where he had as your father. That is priceless and all every dad wants for his son. Press on, raise yours to improve on as well, and cherish those moments together with yours. Your that dad now.

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    Nothing but a Thing nmwranglerx's Avatar
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    Albuquerque, NM
    Sorry for your loss. Hang on to those memories. You’re lucky to have had those later years with him. My father died when I was 19. We weren’t very close at that time and I missed out on those later years that some of my friends are enjoying now. I would have loved to have times to drink a beer and talk jeeps with him.

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