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This is posted in General but some never get over to it.

 

John Roger McWilliam, age 65, Pleasanton, Kansas passed away on Thursday, August 23, 2018 at Olathe Medical Center.

Funeral service will be 2 pm Sunday, August 26, 2018 at the Pleasanton Church of the Nazarene. Disposition will be in the Pleasanton Cemetery. Roger will lie in state Saturday at the Schneider Funeral Home and Crematory, Pleasanton Chapel from 12 noon until 4 pm. Contributions are suggested to the Church or the Roger McWilliam Memorial Fund.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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5 hours ago, oftentired said:

He was the nicest guy. Will miss his cheerful greetings, PM how are you doing questions, and timely birthday wishes.

 

I'm working on the birthday wishes threads!! It's a 'tradition' I want to try and keep but the notifications aren't working at the moment so I'm having to access the calendar everyday to find out who has one. Heads up - it's Dickster and Dog Soldier this week......

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Ah work was getting the best of me for awhile and life in general.  I think everyone knows how that goes.    I only learned of CB passing maybe a couple weeks ago when I checked in and I became very inspired to fold again.  It's good to see so many familiar people still around the Pitstop after all these years.

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Oh gosh, so sad! I hope c_b is in a better place now.

 

I haven't been on here in quite some time. Definitely will be folding again just as soon as possible.

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It truly does suck.  I kinda miss being here but I hardly turn on the computer these days. I have continued doing charitable things with a group in my housing place that makes quilts for donation to veterans, premies, women's shelters, etc.  We work from donated materials, so all we do is cut the fabric and create quilts to share.  

 

I hope everyone still here stays strong and healthy.  I probably don't know many of them anymore, but let the know I said HEY!  :)

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8 hours ago, dianamite said:

It truly does suck.  I kinda miss being here but I hardly turn on the computer these days. I have continued doing charitable things with a group in my housing place that makes quilts for donation to veterans, premies, women's shelters, etc.  We work from donated materials, so all we do is cut the fabric and create quilts to share.  

 

I hope everyone still here stays strong and healthy.  I probably don't know many of them anymore, but let the know I said HEY!  :)

 

Appreciate you dropping in; yep it's quiet around here these days. There's still a small group of us posting, moderating and keeping the forums alive.

Good work with the quilts for those worthy causes. Hope to see you on here again soon.

Nigel.

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Yeah, I think about him often. I've tried calling Karen a few times, but don't get an answer. I hope she's well, all things considered. 

 

Tx 🤠

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