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imanurse
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We miss you Charlie!!! I can't help but think about him around the holidays. Anybody else missing Charlie? [Frown]

Thinking of you Jenny and family!

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Yes, for sure. He was a prince.
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Lymetoo
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He was a good one! My loss that I had several chances to meet him and didn't get to!

Will be thinking of him as I drive by where Jenny lives in Texas over the holidays.

Prayers going up for Jenny and family!

We miss you, charlie!! [group hug]

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Several of us were talking about Charlie in chat last night.
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Yes, it was this time last year - my gosh - I miss him too -
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Sometimes words just escape me, now is one of those times.

Thanks for the memories!!!

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I have been pondering,,for the last few days,,,what we could do as a memorial to Charlie.

I was thinking of naming something after him, like a bridge, site,road,building,,,anything as meaningful as Charlie.

Anyone have any suggestions?

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I refer to buzzards as "Charlie's"... and smile.

[Big Grin]

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Lymetoo
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We could donate a tree and have Jenny plant it somewhere.

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Jenny has popped in and posted on Charlie's Lyme Friend's page. We do have a little memorial there to him, but I love the thought of a tree.

I miss Charlie so deeply. He filled a niche in our world that no one will ever come close to filling. There is no question he was one of a kind. Truly, he was one of the few people you would never find anyone saying a bad word about. He was all good, and the funniest damned guy I ever met. Gosh I love that man. I will always miss him terribly.

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Hi Gang
I thought I posted here a couple of days ago but it disapeared,I must have hit a wrong button.

I to miss Charlie he was a part of my life for years.

He gave me good father like advice many times.

He and Jenny met me all over the united states on vacations and we floated rivers like the Neobrara, Buffalo,Cumberlin,White Water,with other lyme friends here.

I had plans to float many more with the Buzzards.

Then he was gone.

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Been thinking about him for over a week. He was one of the first people that metaphorically held my hand when i first started treatment.
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just don
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where do you suggest we plant this tree in memory of Charlie??

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At his house!! Or maybe in the park in Beasley? I think they have one.

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Maddog....I've always been envious you had the chance to float with Charlie. I still have the photos he sent me of all of you on one of those trips. [Smile]
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I flew Charlie and Jenny to the border several times on abx runs. He showed me where to go for abx and we'd have a nice meal and an enjoyable trip home. Was very sad to hear of his passing.
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Lymetoo
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I missed out on seeing everyone on the float trip in AR about 9 yrs ago. I couldn't get away.

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