Donald Scheer RIP

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April 12, 1930 – March 11, 2013

(Photo of us taken on his birthday 2011.)

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18 responses to “Donald Scheer RIP

  1. I clicked “like” and am commenting, although it feels hollow in some ways. I’m giving you a hug (and an email).

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  2. I want to comment, too, maybe just to give you that hug. Did you get your smarts from him?

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  3. I’m so sorry Paula. It’s been a long hard road. I don’t mean to insult you by saying I hope he’s at peace now. I hope you can find some as well.

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  4. Man has good looks, obviously inherited from you. Hugs, many huge hugs to you, Paula.

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  5. Deep condolences. I totally understand the sad.

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  6. Condolences – I know that no matter how expected it is, or how long and hard the backstory coming up to that moment, it’s always painful. Wish I could think of a way to make it better for you, but all I can do is let you know that I care.

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  7. No words. Big hug. {{{{{Paula}}}}}

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  8. Paula, so sorry for your loss. Big hug. The nice thing is we get to keep the memories.

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  9. So sorry, honey. They take the love with them, I hear.

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  10. So sorry for your loss, Paula. {{{hugs}}}

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  11. Ah, it’s a big thing to lose a father and the last parent one has. Blessings as the world shifts again under your feet.

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  12. Thank you, everyone. I appreciate that you all took the time to say something.

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  13. Big hug, Paula. He can be proud of the job he did.

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  14. Hi, Paula. Condolences on your dad. I lost my dad in May of last year. Life is very strange without him in it, but doing alright.

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  15. My sincerest condolences. I don’t know where he’s gone to, but I’m pretty sure it’s a better place.

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  16. Somehow I missed this when you posted it–although I’m relieved for you that you’ll no longer have to watch his decline and try to save him from elderly-person scams and associated mayhem…still, damn…that was your dad. Sending you warm thoughts.

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