Keeping the muzzle pointed in a safe direction since 2008
I mourn with you BP. May the memories of good times with your Dad always comfort you.
I'm so sorry. May God grant you peace and a relief of your pain.
RIP sir. Your son is carrying on the traditions you taught!
A moving post, very much on the Level.
One regret when I was at State U was that I did not take a class from your Dad. But I have several of his books now, and I read his son's blog.I am sure he would be proud of you, and that is the best thing a son can do.You honor his memory every day.
libertyman, I think that's the nicest comment anyone ever left here.
R.I.P., sir. You are clearly missed.
I second libertyman's and Old NFO's remarks. I'm sorry for your loss, Borepatch. Such is a pain that never fully heals, and at times cuts like a Randall knife. I know, all too well.
Sorry BP- I know what it's like. I miss my dad too- he still dominates the conversation whenever I'm together with my family.
I'm sorry for your loss.gfa
I'm so sorry for your loss. Small words for such a big void left in your life. Thoughts and prayers to you.
My Dad has been gone for 17 years - and I still miss him terribly. I miss him not being able to share the joys and sorrows, the memories of the past, the new discoveries. I miss his voice and his wisdom. And I miss his hugs. The pain of his loss eases but the ache remains.
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