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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by Harry Styron, Jan 22, 2020.
So sad to hear this
@Nickadermis ' glass of Guiness in his avatar was always full.
Thanks for sharing this sad news Harry. Grateful to have shared a little time with Eric here. Travel well.
New member Kleo's exquisite rendition of In My Life is the perfect accompaniment to this sad thread.
I’m so sorry to hear that. I knew what he was battling but also that he was hopeful with the drug treatment. My wife’s sister and one of my best friends also died from
pancreatic cancer and I so wish they could find a blood marker or some test to diagnosis that illness; it’s usually pretty late stage when they finally catch on.
I enjoyed Eric’s contributions on here and will miss him. RIP.
It's not lost on me that every time we lose a member it hits home. This is an online community with a heavy emphasis on COMMUNITY.
It gets in my "feels" much more than just an anonymous person behind a keyboard chatting with us.
I am sorry for this news.
Way too young.
RIP... damn, 54 is way too young...he will live on in his posts and threads
The sucky part of being in an online community is there are more people to mourn over. Thoughts out to his family and friends
Someone go on this funeral home’s website and the remembrance part for him and link this thread so his family can see, eh ?
i’m so dumb I couldn’t figure out how to do it.
Sad news, I lament that his family and we lost him.
Rest in peace Eric. Your time came too soon.
RIP. Play your Tele in heaven with all the greats.
RIP good sir. 54 is way too young.
The world would be a better place with more folks like Eric in it.
A strong positive soul. RIP
You are so right.
His positive attitude, was so inspiring to me, and to others here also - I'm certain of that.
I just feel like Eric was the kind of guy who made TDPRI the great place it is. Aspire to be like him, and we will love you.
This sucks. I will hoist a Guinness in his honour this evening.
I had noticed he hadn't posted lately, and it was alarming.
In Jan of 2017, I was actually diagnosed with cancer, and it turned out to be a false
alarm, and I turned out to be cancer free.
Eric and I coincidentally had surgery at almost the exact same time (Jan 2017)- he
had a whipple operation, which is a huge surgery.
Mine had turned out to be not a real big deal, other than a hospital stay.
He actually offered me a lot of positive thoughts and encouragement, even though he
was going through a million times worse situation himself.
I remember I told him about Wilko Johnson, who has lived a long time with pancreatic
cancer and a whipple operation, and this seemed to encourage him.
A finer person you will not find, there is a place in heaven just waiting on him. RIP
Such a sad thing to hear.
He was a very nice guy.
Rest In Peace My Friend