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Old 03-01-2004, 01:55 PM
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Our condolences to the families , friends and fellow boaters that knew them ...... And to those like me that didn't know them but will still miss them .....
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Our condolences to both families.
These were local guys with a love for a sport which at all levels is very dangerous.
Our prayers go out to both families.
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God Bless the families and friends of Ed & Roger. This tragedy has hit many people very hard here on the Chesapeake and all over the country. Our thoughts, prayers & condolences go out to all involved.

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God Bless them both.


We must all remember that good can come out of even the most tragic circumstances....in the form of lessons.... but only if we learn them. Let's try and make this unfortunate circumstance into an opportunity to prevent recurrences by thoroughly exploring all of the causes...and what could have perhaps prevented the outcome.

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