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Dad just lost an 18 month battle with cancer today Saturday. Will post his pictures on my profile when I get time. Later this week.

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On behalf of the staff here at QUADCRAZY, let me say, we wish you and you family the best during this time of grief and offer our condolences.

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I'm really sorry BB. You and your family are in our prayers. I'm sure my uncle and your dad are up there having a cold one. As hard as it is, there is no more pain.

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He's at the race track getting Red Lobster delivered to him. Thank you, everyone for your support!!!!!!!!!!:biggrin:

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My sympathies and thoughts to you and yours Billy.....

I'm sure he led a full and glorious life....

-TD

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I'm sure it was a fun one for him. Looking after BB must have been a once in a life time exp.

GodSpeed Billy.

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Sorry to hear about this BuckBilly, Best wishes to you and your family.

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OMG!!!! Sorry to hear this Billy..... Im going through the Same thing right now....Just spent 4 Days down south with my Dad....I dont know how my Mom does this Day in and Day out:no:

You and Yours are in our Prayers

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BuckBilly I am sorry to hear about your Dad. My dad is going through Chemo and radiation right now. I hope that and surgery with get him well. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. He was way too young to leave us.

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Very sorry to hear about your loss. My condolences to you and your family.

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:cry::biggrin:Thank you ALL for your support!:biggrin:

Might be a couple of days before I get back . Viewing is Tues , Funeral Wed.

Thank you all again for your sopprt.

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First, BB..sorry to hear about your loss, I know it sounds repetitive, but we all are really sad and sorry for you..

Second, how cool is our Quadcrazy family? Just reading this thread has made me feel all warm and fuzzy knowing that there are people out there you've never met in person, yet, they genuinely care about you. This site really is one of a kind.

GODSPEED BUCKBILLY <33

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Thank you all!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

You kids said alot in the last two threads. Just got back from Dad's funeral. C -ya around. I need a couple of days to chill out.

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