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Board » In memoriam » Aaron James Gage - 1971-2012

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Sad sad news.

Fair winds Agage.
yo mate..




rust zacht , en ik zal je missen.
In Memoriam

Aaron J. Gage (AGage)

Words alone cannot do justice to the many ways that Aaron contributed to making this site better, a better experience, a better community. Aaron was truly gifted and was generous with those gifts.

Do not go gentle into that good night.
Rage, rage against the dying of the light.
None so blind
Sleep well Aaron, God Bless.
Such tragedy down under.
It can´t be true...

You fantastic friend, you improve the letters and figures in the SOL displays and Polar so I could continue to race with my poor eyes.
Many, many thank´s Aaron.

I find no more words Aaron, I will miss you so much. But I have sent you a last e-mail which I hope your family will read.

In very, very deep sorrow
PerEric & Kerstin Horn
Norrtelje
Sweden
Sorry. My mistake, I was logged in as sol during work on the SOL archive. :(

TheHorn

--- Last Edited by PerEric Horn at 2012-07-15 15:12:01 ---

--- Last Edited by PerEric Horn at 2012-07-21 07:42:36 ---
How are you coping Rainbow? Take care and we'll see you on the race track.
I want to express my sorrow about such sudden sad event.
Great knowledge has gone much to early.
Always helpful to dummies he was.
A fleet of followers will now be lost in the seas.

My condolences to the family and friends.
Poco
I'm very sad when i read that.
i know Agage as a helpfull friendly man. i sad to him "thank you for sharing all our tools". i'm glad that i told him that. he sailed my boat when i was a few days away. i have had always a look to his sailing to learn. it is not very often that i know someone who died. and now i know him who died but i know him.
My condolences and sympathy to Aaron's family and friends. R.I.P Aaron, have a nice trip Agage whereever you go.
Bernhard Timm, Kiel, Germany, kieler 58
Es un duro golpe para Sol el que nos haya dejado Agage aunque siempre quedará en nuestro recuerdo
Mis mas sentido pesame a su familia, los tengo en mi pensamiento y en mis oraciones.
Descansa en paz querido compañero

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