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Thank you, Kip. We still remember Kevin fondly.
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My thoughts are with Kevin’s family and friends on the anniversary of his passing.
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Never met Kevin in person but he was a true Gentleman and a pleasure to deal with. His Seamaster has a few more scrapes and battle scars but I think he would approve.
My thoughts are with his family at this time.

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Thank you, KIp, for the reminder about Kevin.

As I mentioned previously Kev and I had a bit of a flipping history between us. :wink: :wink:

Kev's widow and family continue to 'do well', despite the loss of a husband and father, and are moving forwards with their lives.


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Remembering Kevin_b1....

Our thoughts and prayers go to his family and friends today

For those those of us that have been here for some time, I think we can all say we miss him.

For those that didn't know Kevin, I would recommend reading my original post here and follow the links provided to Kevins poignant posts, My Cancer Story and The Bucket List Begins.

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Thanks for reminding us of Kevin, Kip.

As always, on this day, I'm wearing the C5 BoB that I bought from Kevin a couple of months before he died.

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