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R.I.P. Tim Dever

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Tim was one of the good guys. I fondly remember our talks about music over the phone. He turned me on to many great AOR/melodic bands and was one of the nicest collectors out there. He was also an active member on this site. So it was with both shock and sadness I learned of his recent passing from COVID-19.
R.I.P. Tim.  


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Hey, Tony, good to hear from you. We have a thread dedicated to Tim here, and Dan set up a memoriam for our lost members here.

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Wow....thanks for sharing Tony.   Tim was definitely one of the great guys....I can remember when I was active selling on E Bay, Tim would always be talking to me about different titles and, of course, we traded many times as well    I always had Tim pictured as a very gentle soul.....So sorry to hear of his passing from this awful virus in the world....

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