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Very heart felt condolences to you and your family MichaelB. I just want to add that when I think of our folding team I think of you and your contributions made to the team....never to be forgotten and thank you. :)

 

Well these are my thoughts exactly! I remember all too well MichaelB, RAH and devan being 3 of our top producers and I couldn't even come close to their/your output.

Your wife was my age, I just turned 63 in December; of course I'm lucky to be here after the last 2 years of poor health, complications, etc...

Take care of yourself sir and we'll be praying for you and your family.

 

 

 

 

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Hi all,

 

After 30-plus years in the healthcare field (as a medical laboratory technologist) I've retired, so I have some time to pursue "other things." I've always had a moderate interest in computers and have put a few together from components and repaired others (my own or friends'), since the Lord has given me some diagnostic skills. Having been employed in the medical field, I see the importance of research. My younger brother died of non-Hodgkin's lymphoma. I've survived cancer twice (prostate and thyroid) both of which were caught as if by accident in the very early stages. (I don't believe in "accidents" or mere "coincidences" as though they were random occurrences, but as superintended by a beneficent Creator to give us opportunity to serve others.) My wife has also survived cancer (breast), so I have further motivation to fold. And fold I will.

 

It's a pleasure and a privilege to join this intrepid and committed team. Thank you for the opportunity.

 

Earl

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Hi all,

 

After 30-plus years in the healthcare field (as a medical laboratory technologist) I've retired, so I have some time to pursue "other things." I've always had a moderate interest in computers and have put a few together from components and repaired others (my own or friends'), since the Lord has given me some diagnostic skills. Having been employed in the medical field, I see the importance of research. My younger brother died of non-Hodgkin's lymphoma. I've survived cancer twice (prostate and thyroid) both of which were caught as if by accident in the very early stages. (I don't believe in "accidents" or mere "coincidences" as though they were random occurrences, but as superintended by a beneficent Creator to give us opportunity to serve others.) My wife has also survived cancer (breast), so I have further motivation to fold. And fold I will.

 

It's a pleasure and a privilege to join this intrepid and committed team. Thank you for the opportunity.

 

Earl

 

:clap: :clap: :clap:

 

 

 

 

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