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|Subject: Good-Bye Mr. C Tue Oct 19, 2010 2:28 pm|| |
Ingalls Friend for Life
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|Subject: Re: Good-Bye Mr. C Tue Oct 19, 2010 4:31 pm|| |
83 is a good age. Staph sure is awful to battle for older folks.
Tom will be missed. He was good at every role he had.
It is the lack of Christianity that has brought us where we are. Not a lack of churches or religious forms but of the real thing in our hearts. LIW.....Words From a Fearless Heart
Dean's Dedicated Diva
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|Subject: Re: Good-Bye Mr. C Tue Oct 19, 2010 10:56 pm|| |
Aw, that's sad to hear. He sure brought a lot of happiness to people. The Father Dowling Mysteries, Happy Days.....I really liked him.
Somewhere in Time
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Location : Michigan
|Subject: Re: Good-Bye Mr. C Wed Oct 20, 2010 9:04 am|| |
There's just something strange about "TV parents" passing away. For some reason they seem so....invincible.
I'm glad they did the Happy Days reunion when they did....that will be special for all of them to have that memory, I'm sure.
Farm Land Owner
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THE #1 Survivor fan
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|Subject: Re: Good-Bye Mr. C Sat Oct 23, 2010 6:02 pm|| |
So sad. I loved him on Happy Days. One of my all time favorite shows. He lived a good long life. May he rest in peace.
LETS GO PENS!
|Subject: Re: Good-Bye Mr. C || |