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Thank you Charles for your kind and generous thoughts.
Charles Sample said:
John, I am so sorry about your loss. i pray that the Lord will lift you up and comfort you as only he can at a time like this.
This is not my story to tell but I would be very remiss if I did not ask that we lift up in prayer our member and friend Laura Scheuerman. Just know that any good thoughts and prayers are not wasted on this lovely lady.
Robert F "Bob" Wurzelbacher lived a full and happy life with his Wife of 60 years, Arlene Wurzelbacher. Bob passed away peacefully surrounded by family on Wednesday, June 17th at age 80. After retirement, Bob continued working with the Fort City Knife Club and maintained the role of President. He was an avid collector of Case Knives and also co-authored a book on Case Knives.
Go with God Bob, I am sure you have a great knife story to tell and make him smile
Somehow I do not come here with good news often enough. Please join me in Prayer for Abby and the family of D ale. We heard of his passing today. .As with many of the members at iKC, I learned from and appreciated the time with
Condolences to friends and family. The knife community lost a great guy.
Damn! The line just keeps getting shorter. Yesterday I learned of the passing of a dear friend here in the small town that I live in. He was a real legend and an icon in our community. And today I learn of D ale's passing. It feels like a gut punch on so many levels. D ale always seemed to have a project going on or a helpful way for someone who was struggling with a project to accomplish their task. He always seemed like a stand-up guy to me. Condolences and well wishes to his friends and family.
Oh, no. This is very sad news, but I'm glad you let us know, Jan. I looked forward to D ale's posts, and I'll miss him.
Definitely prayers & condolences to his family & friends, and to everyone here who knew him. D ale will definitely be missed...