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Swazi

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Just a few hours ago I learned that a good and dear friend of mine died last night. The cause is yet unknown. He was only 55 years old. I even spoke to him on the phone in the morning and he seemed fine. I am totally devastated. My thoughts are with his family and friends.

 

R.I.P., Michi

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Sorry to hear it, Swazi.

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Sincere condolences to you and your friend's family Bernd. I went through a similar situation years ago, so I know there's a lot of things going though your head. I'm sure everyone on here wants you to know that you have our support and friendship.

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Thanks for your best wishes, my friends. I've somehow settled again. Life must go on, but man ..., it can be so unfair !

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Sorry to hear that Bernd, I had a similar experience last Monday when I was told one of the guys I went to school with passed on after a short illness that Saturday evening. I hadn't seen him for 28 years so it's not quite as close as yours relationship wise but it still shook me up as he was a good mate at school and such a nice guy- he was one of "our group" who hung around together.

 

Anyway my condolences.

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Sorry to hear that Bernd! All I can say is I've had similar experiences.

 

Best regards,

 

Thomas

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So sorry to hear this...as we grow older I simply cannot fathom the day a dear friend passes. My sincerest condolences to you, Bernd....

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