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    #46
    Aww crap. CC and the world at large, has lost a very good man.

    R.I.P. Dogger you will be missed.
    "a T10, who'd Rather be ridin'; than rollin'"

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      #47
      My thoughts and prayers to his family and friends...

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        #48
        I haven't been on CC in several years, so I don't know most of you. But I had to add my thoughts anyway. Peter was many things to many of us. He was a true friend -- the kind of friend that is always there for you, never judgmental, always supportive. I can't count the hours he spent on line and on the phone with me talking me through one crisis after another with my late husband's injury. He always had an ear to listen and a shoulder to cry on. He had a wonderful, quick wit and a brilliant way with words. He was one of SCI's most enthusiastic, hard-working and brilliant advocates. He was a gentleman and loved the ladies -- though he also knew when the occasion allowed for his wonderful risque sense of humor. He was a loving father and I cherish the many times he would call so I could speak with his monSTARS as he called the triplets. I was so fortunate that he was able to visit us in the U.S. a couple of times and was so looking forward to seeing him again this spring. I could go on forever, but we all know what we have lost and the gaping hole that is left is so many hearts and lives. I would never have made it through the first couple of years of my late husband's SCI without Peter and my life would not have been as enjoyable or meaningful without his friendship the last 7 or 8 years. I wish I had been half as good a friend to Peter as he was to me.

        Peter, I love you and I'll miss you forever. And I'll sing Happy Birthday and drink a beer for you on Saturday.

        kfcm

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          #49
          Oh man, how sad.

          Dogger (Peter) and I along with Cheesecake, Sue P, etc. were among the original moderators on CC. I remember many spirited conversations with him and a lot of laughs. I had the opportunity to meet dogger in D.C. and share a pint. Loved his stories, the ongoings of his kids and the ranch and his amazing inventiveness. The man lived on his own terms in the Australian outback (no easy feat for the able-bodied), mastered the adaptations to his injury yet never lost his sense of humor, compassion, commitment and determinitation to live life to the fullest!!

          He was one of my favorites here, someone who I respected and looked forward to reading. He will be sorely missed. My prayers go out to his mates, family and loved ones around the world.

          Cheers mate..

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            #50
            How sad. All my best to his family. He was a good guy.

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              #51
              spirit...

              The man is gone, but his spirit lives on. Your free Dogger..

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                #52
                RIP Dogger, my thoughts and prayers go out to your family. Many good chuckles over the years. Bob

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                  #53
                  R.I.P. Dogger,

                  Sad news.Hope you're in a better place.
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                    #54
                    R.I.P. Dogger
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                      #55
                      I remember Dogger's posts well and all his support will be greatly missed.
                      Dave
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                        #56
                        Deepest sympathies to his friends and family
                        A fanatic is one who can't change his mind and won't change the subject. ~Winston Churchill

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                          #57
                          RIP Pete, Im going to miss you mate.

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                            #58
                            Did anyone else wake up hoping this was a bad dream? I couldn't cry yesterday. Now I can't stop. I wish we had an obituary to read.
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                              #59
                              I'm sorry to read this.

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                                #60
                                Originally posted by betheny View Post
                                Did anyone else wake up hoping this was a bad dream? I couldn't cry yesterday. Now I can't stop. I wish we had an obituary to read.
                                Yep, I keep hoping it is a bad dream. I will search for an obituary. My guess is it will be in Towomba or Mitchell. He always wanted to be cremated. I do hope there is a good party at the local golf course.

                                World Traveler, do you have any idea?
                                Every day I wake up is a good one

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