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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by Harry Styron, Jan 22, 2020.
A sad loss to the TDPRI community.
Beautifully said. Pancreatic cancer is no joke, I had friend die quickly from it. It sounds like the clinical trial did add some time to his life, hopefully he got enjoyment out of his 'time'.
aww man that sucks. RIP nickadermis. Wish i had reached out to him at some point, he didn't live far from me...
Sad news. Being here for 20 years, I've seen us lose a lot of great people. Some I knew better than others, of course. I miss them all. I remember reading his posts. Another void is left in our online community. RIP, Nickadermis. Glad we crossed paths.
Better a little paranoid than a lot dead.
Rest in Peace Nickadermis
So very sorry to hear this. I'm glad that you were in touch with him and could report to us here. I've informed my wife and the cats to post here when I go but she'll be too busy making arrangements and the cats won't care (except for the loss of the human radiator). Thanks for letting us know. Rest In Peace, Nickadermis, and thanks for sharing with us here.
Condolences to his family, friends and to ourselves for losing a member. RIP.
I am soo sorry to hear this , I always enjoyed his posts and his quips
be at peace brother!, journey well
My thoughts and prayers go out to his family, but also to the lives he's touched...can anyone on the site reach out to his family?
God Bless - we will all audition for the band in the next world.
Sorry to hear this, my condolences to his family and friends.
We need a memorial for all the TPDRIers that have left us. Very sad indeed.
Oh that's too bad. I'm sorry to hear it.
He seemed like a real, positive human. His posts here will be missed. My condolences to his family.
sorry to see this.RIP sir.
someone go here and put a link to this thread :
I’m sure his family would be happy to know of his impact on a bunch of folks they don’t even know about.
Thanks for posting harry...
I remember Nikadermus and his plight... my mother had a cancerous pancreas removed along with her bile duct and womb.... she lived for another 15 yrs after all that by self injecting insulin like a diabetic does, before the cancer returned to claim her ......
That's what I couldn't understand, why they could remove my mum's pancreas/other stuff and she could live ok with insulin, but they can't take other peoples pancreas out when it fails?...
Sad to hear of the passing of one of our own forum members..... rest well, mate..
Eric, this one’s for you. Wish we could have shared a few in person.
Sorry to hear this. I lost a longtime friend to it a year ago. She had maybe 6 weeks from diagnosis to death. Once in your pancreas it is a cold, fast acting witch.