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My sincere condolences to you and all your family. Your father corresponded occasionally with me and helped me with information and to solve a problem or two on another forum. By all indications, he was a great man. When we lose someone like this, all of us are called to remember and to realize our responsibility to close the gap and maintain the things he stood for. You and your family have my heartfelt prayers.
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