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Aaron was one of life's "givers", whether it was help or skill, he offered both willingly. He will be sadly missed by us all. My condolences to his family and friends on one of life's most unfair acts.
Rest in peace.
Danny


--- Last Edited by Danny at 2012-07-14 19:10:30 ---
:,( RIP Aaron
we'll miss you :((
ohhhh man!
I am speechless.....
Just the time to find a really good mate and he left us...
hours of interesting chat over everything and not only sailing.
he put many of our idea into code.
always ready to help and laught.
my deepest respect to Aaron and his family.
Thanks to have joined us!

Gilberto

--- Zuletzt bearbeitet von Gilles am 2012-07-14 19:27:06 ---
One of the 'old boys' like me, but one who stayed on. Condolences to his family from me and CG. R.I.P AGage
AGage;

Thank you very much for what you did to improve my best past time, Sailonline.

I am also thankful for your patience in replying to my emails with questions. I can guarantee I learned a lot from you.

RIP mate, you will be missed.

Antonio
My condolences and sympathy to Aaron's family. R.I.P Aaron
These news bring me so much sadness. We have lost a friend, and the world has lost a bright mind that had so much more to give. Aaron was one of those people that you knew burned bright from the first time you talked to him. Always great, always striving to learn, always passionate.

My thoughts go to his family in these hard times. Aaron, you will live on in our memories. Rest in peace.

//Kalle

I had noticed that I had not seen Aaron out on the course lately. His contribution to the spirit and practice of SOL was immense and he will be sorely missed by me.
My condolences to his family and friends.
I feel very sad for such a horrible news, we'll never forget you Aaron, rest in peace, and thanks for everything you did for us.

Cesar
I'm very sad to hear about Aaron. Does anyone know what happened? He was a great friend to me on SOL and taught me a huge amount about sailing. I'll miss him.

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