We lost Windowguy
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It is with great sadness that I report the passing of our Windowguy--Steve Massie. He had been in poor health lately and passed away on December 18th. He was a very cheerful guy and loved to make shavings. Prayers go out to his family.

I am sure Steve would prefer a joyous celebration instead of a sad wake. Next time I am in the shop I will make some shavings in his honor.


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#12
  Re: We lost Windowguy by JimReed@Tallahassee (It is with great sad...)
Sad news. He was a dear friend. Prayers go out for his family.

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#13
  Re: We lost Windowguy by JimReed@Tallahassee (It is with great sad...)
That is sad news. Really nice guy. RIP Steve.
Best,
Aram, always learning

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  Re: We lost Windowguy by JimReed@Tallahassee (It is with great sad...)
Another parting of a good friend.  God Speed Steve I love ya buddy.

I know that no one had Hoody's address but does anyone have Steve's address so I can send his wife some of my wooden roses I make?


Just to let everyone know

I am sending his wife some of my hand made wooden roses that I have sold here before.  If anyone wishes to send something personal to her just PM me and I will add it to the box.

I will be sending the flowers Friday Dec 30th
It is always the right time, to do the right thing.

Hi, I'm Arlin's proud wife! His brain trma & meds-give memory probs and has pain from injuries, but all is well materially & financially.  
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  Re: We lost Windowguy by JimReed@Tallahassee (It is with great sad...)
I'm very sorry to hear this.  Steve was a special guy and I really had hoped to meet him some day.  You know, I don't think Steve ever learned how to post pictures in the forum.  If I go into my PM's, there are a couple of exchanges between us where I promised to talk him through the process.  We never did that.  There's a lesson there.  Don't put off things you would like to do with friends and loved ones.  R.I.P., my friend.
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  Re: We lost Windowguy by JimReed@Tallahassee (It is with great sad...)
I'm so sorry to hear this news. He was always a champion of people trying something new and a very big supporter to me personally. Prayers go out to the family, this will be a tough Christmas.



Arlin I sent you a PM

Jim
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#17
  Re: We lost Windowguy by JimReed@Tallahassee (It is with great sad...)
I'm really sorry to hear that. Rest in peace, Steve.
Steve S.
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  Re: We lost Windowguy by JimReed@Tallahassee (It is with great sad...)
darn, we lost another good one. May he rest in piece in the great workshop in the sky. His family will be in our prayers.
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  Re: We lost Windowguy by JimReed@Tallahassee (It is with great sad...)
So sad to hear. He will be missed.
"When I nod my head, hit it." - M. Howard.


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#20
  Re: We lost Windowguy by JimReed@Tallahassee (It is with great sad...)
RIP, Steve.

My prayers go out to your family
The most wasted of all days is one without laughter.

-  e.e cummings.


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