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1 Lost a good friend night before last on 9/24/2016, 2:22 pm


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That's a shame. An epic local figure. My condolences.

Sounds like a wonderful person who had a gift. Cancer sucks.

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Very sorry for your loss, FT. The community is doubtless a poorer place without her.

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So sorry.

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Sorry for you loss FT.

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Condolences FT . . . . . made a few trips there myself.

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Thanks, everyone. We said farewell to her husband in January of last year. They were classmates of my husband's at Pensacola High and some of the first people I met when I came here. I will really miss her...as will a lot of others.

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Sorry for your loss Flo.

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Telstar wrote:Sorry for your loss Flo.

Thanks, Telstar. I think the hardest part of living is saying goodbye to people you love.

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Floridatexan wrote:
Telstar wrote:Sorry for your loss Flo.

Thanks, Telstar.  I think the hardest part of living is saying goodbye to people you love.


Yet the longer we go on the more we have to do it.

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Telstar wrote:
Floridatexan wrote:
Telstar wrote:Sorry for your loss Flo.

Thanks, Telstar.  I think the hardest part of living is saying goodbye to people you love.


Yet the longer we go on the more we have to do it.

Boy, isn't that the sad truth.

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RealLindaL wrote:
Telstar wrote:
Floridatexan wrote:
Telstar wrote:Sorry for your loss Flo.

Thanks, Telstar.  I think the hardest part of living is saying goodbye to people you love.


Yet the longer we go on the more we have to do it.

Boy, isn't that the sad truth.  


I think there is a movie where someone says old age is the one ailment nobody looks forward to being cured of.

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Telstar wrote:I think there is a movie where someone says old age is the one ailment nobody looks forward to being cured of.

Ha. Good one. Though I've known an elderly ill person or two who just wanted it to be over with.

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