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Re: R i p wolfenzee...dammit

I am absolutely shocked and deeply saddened by the news about David. Its an odd thing about the internet, there are people you come to know to one degree or another, you may never get to meet them face to face, you may never know them beyond the portions of their lives and personality that they expose in small snapshots on the Internet. But yet, there are people who you come to know in more detail over time and to care about beyond being a name on a web page. Over time, David had become just one of those people. I had heard his story in small snippets and had come to root for him and his plans to sail down and be with his family. I got a kick out of his loyalty and love for his boat. I had noticed he had not posted for a while and had hoped that he had a nice sail down to be with his family.

So it's hard to imagine him gone, so young and with seemingly so much life ahead. Wolf I hope that where ever you may be, may you find peace and a fair breeze and a following sea. My thought and prayers are with you.

Jeff


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