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Condolences. Sorry for your loss. 42.  In my mind it still sounds like someone much older than me, but in reality within 5 years of me.  Not much older than my brother.  

2020 will leave a lot of sorrow, but I absolutely will not take my time with family and friends(even you goons here) for granted ever again.

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4 minutes ago, HawkeyeJet said:

Condolences. Sorry for your loss. 42.  In my mind it still sounds like someone much older than me, but in reality within 5 years of me.  Not much older than my brother.  

2020 will leave a lot of sorrow, but I absolutely will not take my time with family and friends(even you goons here) for granted ever again.

Can come at any time. Whenever someone passes who is close to me, I always take it as a moment to reflect that whatever petty differences I may have with family/friends/loved ones is not worth the energy. Think whether something is in the way of a relationship you have and if it's something you can let go of and reconcile. Life's too short for the BS.

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17 minutes ago, jgb said:

Sad news to report. A long-time member of the NC Jets Fan club passed away last week. It especially hurts as his family and my family have been close for over 40 years starting back in Poughkeepsie NY before both our dads got transferred with IBM to NC in the early 80s. Sean was a great dude, always the life of the party, always made everyone feel welcome. He was one of the "cool kids" growing up and even though I was a "nerd" he always included me whether we were on the same Bambino league baseball team  where both our dads were coaches (Go Golden Corral!) or just hanging out.  Here's a link to his obituary.

https://www.brightfunerals.com/tributes/Sean-Loughran

From his obituary: "He was a huge NC State and NY Jets fan. " He bled green all the way. 42 years young. Too soon. RIP my man. 

 

wow. 

RIP and condolences to fwends and fambwy

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25 minutes ago, jgb said:

Can come at any time. Whenever someone passes who is close to me, I always take it as a moment to reflect that whatever petty differences I may have with family/friends/loved ones is not worth the energy. Think whether something is in the way of a relationship you have and if it's something you can let go of and reconcile. Life's too short for the BS.

I'm sorry for your loss, jgb. May your friend Sean RIP. 

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Life is so short. My grandma used to have a saying that everyone has a 100 year life span (at the most) and to make the most out of it and cherish every moment. When I think of her words? I understand what she meant because when I look at the stars, our trees here in Earth and other plantets that have been around for hundreds of millions of years and that will all be here hundreds of millions of years after us; I realize that our lifespan is truly a blink of an eye within the grand scheme of things and although saddens me makes me appreciative and thankful to have ever experienced what we call, life. 

I'm 35 and found out in 2017 I'm type two diabetic my blood sugar was once 448 once I was finally diagnosed and the doctors said I have probably been living with diabetes since my childhood and although I try and not to think about death all that often it's impossible for me not to because I have a fear of not knowing when or more fearful how I will one day die. With all that said knowledge is power because finding out I was diabetic saved my life @ 448 I was a walking dead man but dating back to 2017 I've completely changed my diet have eliminated sugars and exercise 90 minutes per day and play basketball every Saturday & Sunday mornings and I'm thankful to say my blood sugar has never been over 133 dating back to 2017 of 448. I'm doing really good and healthy to say the least. 

I know your friend is proud of you just for doing something such as letting Jet fans know about him. I know I would be. I made my wife who's my best friend make me a promise that if anything ever happens to me to make sure to tell my online Jet fan friends about me this way I can read from heaven all the crazy types of memories and stories Jet fans once had of DWC lol and she promised me she'll keep her word (however my goal is to live until I'm 107). 

Once again jgb I'm sorry man I hate to think about death I try and avoid it but just know by keeping him in your heart thoughts and prayers that he'll never be gone and will always live within you. 

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Sorry for your loss @jgb  Memories of loved ones are both sweet and painful. You laugh out loud remembering something Sean said or a situation where you wish he was there to share & then the pain and anger of his loss settles in. 
I cherish both aspects because they keep these memories of loved ones so real and vibrant... never to fade away. 

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1 hour ago, jgb said:

Sad news to report. A long-time member of the NC Jets Fan club passed away last week. It especially hurts as his family and my family have been close for over 40 years starting back in Poughkeepsie NY before both our dads got transferred with IBM to NC in the early 80s. Sean was a great dude, always the life of the party, always made everyone feel welcome. He was one of the "cool kids" growing up and even though I was a "nerd" he always included me whether we were on the same Bambino league baseball team  where both our dads were coaches (Go Golden Corral!) or just hanging out.  Here's a link to his obituary.

https://www.brightfunerals.com/tributes/Sean-Loughran

From his obituary: "He was a huge NC State and NY Jets fan. " He bled green all the way. 42 years young. Too soon. RIP my man. 

 

Fukkin awful.  What a nice photo. he and I are both tortured by the JETS and NC State. Interesting how IBM is responsible for so many NYers here in the late 70s and early 80s.   My college buddy’s family got transferred here in 81 and visits to him is how I ended up here.   
 

Im heart broken for you.  

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1 hour ago, genot said:

Sorry for your loss. As hard as it is to his friends and family, he's in a better place. Hopefully he'll lobby the almighty to have things go the Jet's way for a change.?

There are no rebuilding years in Heaven!

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3 hours ago, jgb said:

Sad news to report. A long-time member of the NC Jets Fan club passed away last week. It especially hurts as his family and my family have been close for over 40 years starting back in Poughkeepsie NY before both our dads got transferred with IBM to NC in the early 80s. Sean was a great dude, always the life of the party, always made everyone feel welcome. He was one of the "cool kids" growing up and even though I was a "nerd" he always included me whether we were on the same Bambino league baseball team  where both our dads were coaches (Go Golden Corral!) or just hanging out.  Here's a link to his obituary.

https://www.brightfunerals.com/tributes/Sean-Loughran

From his obituary: "He was a huge NC State and NY Jets fan. " He bled green all the way. 42 years young. Too soon. RIP my man. 

 

Wow, sad, my sincere condolences and prayers for the family. So young, shame. 

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