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I just recieved a email from Sam on the passing of his father last Sunday and burial yesterday. I just wanted to let the HH community know and offer my condolance's to Sam and his family during these difficult and trying times.

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My condolences go out to Sam and his family.

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Sorry to hear of your Father's passing Sam. God Bless.

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My condolences to Sam, Aaron, and family; very sorry to hear about your father guys. -_-

 

Mike

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Sad news to hear and condolences and best wishes go out to Sam and his family.

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What can I say that hasn't already been said....thoughts & prayers are with you Sam & your family.

 

Jarred

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Our differences aside, my thoughts & prayers are with you & your family during this difficult time.

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Yes, even though we haven't always seen eye to eye, Sam and Aaron, events like these should put our priorities in perspective. I wish you strength and extend my deepest sympathy through these hard times.

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Sorry to hear that. My condoleances.

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Best Wishes.

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Wishing you and your family all the best !

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My condolences and prayers go out to Sam and his family.

 

I recently lost my Dad (Feb 12, 2007) and I know what you and your family are going through.

 

Have strength as the Lord is with you.

 

God Bless Sam and his family.

 

Joe

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Sorry to hear of your loss, guys. Condolences from NJ.

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My condolences to Sam and his family in this difficult time.

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I'm so sorry to hear about your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you, Sam.

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Sam,

 

As I have already express to both you as well as your brother... my thoughts and prayers go out to you and your family. Though this is a difficult time, know that there is a reason for everything that happens.

 

Take comfort in the fact that there are people here that understand your loss and, differences aside, will have you and your family in their thoughts and prayers.

 

Sam... Looking forward to talking to you in a couple weeks at the Keel show. Until then... Take Care,

. Dave

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Sam,You and your family are in my thoughts and Prayers...

I hope strength and love can fill your hearts...

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Condolences and prayers for Sam and his family.

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