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post #16 of 24 (permalink) Old 06-10-2017, 09:24 AM
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Oh my! My sincere condolences to you and your family...
Yes, his avatar was a picture of an owl with the caption, "Silent but deadly"

Craig and I may have done a trade or two, but I know I bought some die cast from him. I believe I got some Johnny Lightning White Lightnings from him for my "That Thing Got A Hemi?" collection. I guess he had a closet that he stashed stuff in because he said he would have to dig through his closet to find the pieces I was looking for.

So sorry for your loss.
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I wish he had kept his websites up. I loved the pictures he used to do! I used to think it was the coolest thing in the world!
At the risk of making you cry again. I was able to find this only photo in his gallery.




and here is his avatar image.

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Yes, his avatar was a picture of an owl with the caption, "Silent but deadly"
Ha! That's right, I remember. It would crack me up every time!

Mr. Owl certainly had a great sense of humor. That Ozzy pic too funny!

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Thanks for the memory jog MFR, I remember the avatar now and the Klingon ship too.
Daughter of owl my sinseierest condolence for your loss.
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I am so sorry for your loss. I remember Owl very well, he was a great guy and a big asset to the collecting community. Treasure the good memories you have of your dad, it has helped me to be able to cope with the loss of my own father 2 years ago. It does get easier as time goes on, but don't feel like you need to hurry the grieving process. Keep him in your daily thoughts and know that he is watching over and still protecting you.
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he had a very creative spirit about him ... sorry for your loss

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I remember Owl. My sincere condolences for your loss.
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Daughter of,
Make sure you don't hesitate to stop in for any reason.

Questions...(though you seem very well informed), moral support - whatever.
We're here if needed!

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I remember him.........pretty sure I probably traded with him in the old days. Sorry for your loss and condolences to the family...
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