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Discussion in 'Okie Memorial Area' started by okie, Nov 24, 2012.
This, RIP CJ, You will be missed.
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When I saw the post about the Outpost, Chad is who I thought of.
Good guy. We sent him many things to get him over the hump.
I am totally stunned. Did not expect to read this today. I know he had went through a separation, etc.. and his time on GT had greatly diminished.
My thoughts and prayers are now with his family.
He was definitely a "two sticky" kinda guy...
CJ was good people for sure. IIRC, he was in the oil industry, starting new wells?
Sad news, indeed. So long, CJ. Fair winds and sunny skies.
I encourage everyone on GT and TOL to follow the link Okie posted and leave a message for his family. In the days and years to follow those those comments will mean a lot to them.
You are missed.
Rest in Peace CJ. I remember BSin with him on facebook when he was on hadji net. He was a good guy.
Really hate to read this. Tried to meet up with him once when I was in Corpus Christi for training, but he was working and out of town.
One of the nicest online guys I ever had the privilege of conversing with.
You will be missed CJ.
My sincere hope is that is at peace now. I'm so sorry for his children.
Prayers for all... Chad will be missed.
Chad and I had many interesting conversations, both in threads and by PM.
Chad recognized and appreciated people from different walks of life.
While, like most people, he could hold a strong opinion, Chad was also open to learning from the experience/training/knowledge of others.
Chad also had a big heart when it came to sharing with those who were less fortunate than him. Many a time he contributed to a membership, or sent items to folks, with never an expectation of something in return. All to rare these days.
I seek confort in knowing Chad is now blessed with eternal rest & peace, free from any worldly burden.
Damn. I knew he was going through some tough times, and I, along with many others, offered to help. I hadn't heard from him in months. May his soul find peace.
While I am too new here to fully appreciate him, it seems he touched many here. My condolences to his family and the rest of GT.
Rest In Peace Chad.
Horrible news. I spoke with him a few times on the phone, thought he seemed to be doing better.
I just had to post this, since it shows a glimpse of chad's sense of humor. About 5 or 6 years ago he traveled to Argentina, and he sent me this little keepsake. I've kept in on display in my house ever since.
God damn it, Cousin, we never got to meet... Why didn't you call me?