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    Dick's Obituary

    Edited Posted twice.... obituary already appears in original Announcement Thread (click here)

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    My most sincere sympathy to all his loved ones. The milsurp community lost a monument.

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    Member "arado" ---- Gary Lee Moore (November 29, 1939 to January 24, 2014) R.I.P.

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    MOORE, Gary Lee (November 29, 1939 to January 24, 2014) Gary is the son of Robert F. & Camellia Maria Sessler Moore; he is survived by his wife of 41 years, Judith A. (Voegele) Moore, Daughter Adrianna M. (Moore) Donaldson & Kory, Grandchildren Alek & Abigail Donaldson, Brothers: Robert & Judy E. Moore, Michael (deceased) & Meryl Moore, Sisters: Jessie (Moore) Thatcher, & Cindy (Moore) Glaser & Steve, many treasured nieces, nephews & cherished friends. Gary graduated from Vandalia Butler High School (class of '57) 4 years in the U.S.

    Navy, attended William & Mary, Sinclair, & R.S.E.S. (Certified RHVAC Technician), Employed at Chrysler Airtemp, Modern Market Fixtures, RECO, & retired from Advanced Environmental Inc. in 2000.

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    Published in Vancouver Sun and/or The Province on Aug. 11, 2014

    Obituary - John Stuart Robertson (Member User Name - JohnR)

    John Stuart Robertson May 8, 1942 - August 2, 2014 With great sadness we announce John's passing. He is survived by his wife, Hermi Lai Lin Robertson. John was born in Kirkland Lake, ON. At age of 4, John moved to Argentinaicon. At 15, returned to Canadaicon. Joined Canadian Army Reserve in the same year. Graduated from McGill University in 1963. Served (drafted) to the Rodesian Miltary in 1974 for 18 mos. while working in South Africa. Returned to Canada in 1978. Worked as self-employed mining engineer specializing in mine dewatering & pumps application. Funeral Mass Tuesday August 12, 2014 @ 11am Guardian Angels Parish, 1161 Broughton St, Vancouver, BC. In lieu of flowers, please donate to St. Paul's Hospital Foundation in John's memory.

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    I knew John R very well. Sad to see another acquaintance go...he had many stories to tell and even if one couldn't quite sort them out, there was a kinship there. He had a VERY colorful life...you have no idea if you didn't know.
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    Guisan from the Swiss Rifle Boards passed away.

    I'm not sure when but it's been fairly recently. There is a memorial to him on the Swissicon pages.

    I don't go there often but have interacted with him in the past and he seemed to always know what he was talking about. Lot of knowledge lost with is passing. He has left a lot behind also.

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    He has been gone for at least a couple months at this point. Truly a shame, he provided much of the information on Swissicon Rifles you can find online. It is also tragic as from my understanding he was only in his fifties, which is way to young to go.

    He will truly be missed.

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