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    RIP Giuseppe Zanrč

    Joe's Dad passed away today in Lochee, Scotland. He was 95 and died
    peacefully in his sleep in his own bed. I guess you can't ask for much more
    than that!

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    Jim Henderson NNTP User

    Re: RIP Giuseppe Zanrč

    On Wed, 29 Jul 2009 19:54:51 +0000, DZanre wrote:

    > Joe's Dad passed away today in Lochee, Scotland. He was 95 and died
    > peacefully in his sleep in his own bed. I guess you can't ask for much
    > more than that!


    Condolences to you guys for your loss - 95 is impressive, though, and I
    think you're right, you really can't ask for much more than that.

    Jim



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    Re: RIP Giuseppe Zanrè

    Jim Henderson wrote:

    > 95 is impressive, though,


    It is indeed. Two years ago we all would have expected him to make 100
    without too much trouble, but last January he came down with pneumonia.
    He's been in fairly good health and spirits since then, but the downturn was
    becoming obvious. He still had all of his faculties to the end though, and
    that's a blessing.

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    Paul Lamontagne NNTP User

    Re: RIP Giuseppe Zanrè


    >
    >> 95 is impressive, though,

    >
    > It is indeed. Two years ago we all would have expected him to make 100
    > without too much trouble, but last January he came down with pneumonia.
    > He's been in fairly good health and spirits since then, but the downturn

    was
    > becoming obvious. He still had all of his faculties to the end though,

    and
    > that's a blessing.


    Condolences to Joe and your family...

    I lost my Grandmother in April just a few weeks after her 91st birthday She
    still lived alone in her apartment, had family within a few blocks of her
    place though...she also was sharp as a tack.... in the end her heart gave
    out... Was a sad time, but truly if you were to pick a century to live in
    the last one was it....the innovation and leap forwards(good and bad) that
    we have done is amazing and I just imagine having seen it through their
    eyes....






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    Steven Wilson NNTP User

    Re: RIP Giuseppe Zanrè

    Jim Henderson wrote:
    > On Wed, 29 Jul 2009 19:54:51 +0000, DZanre wrote:
    >
    >> Joe's Dad passed away today in Lochee, Scotland. He was 95 and died
    >> peacefully in his sleep in his own bed. I guess you can't ask for much
    >> more than that!

    >
    > Condolences to you guys for your loss - 95 is impressive, though, and I
    > think you're right, you really can't ask for much more than that.
    >
    > Jim
    >
    >
    >


    My condolences

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    DougB NNTP User

    Re: RIP Giuseppe Zanrč

    DZanre,

    > Joe's Dad passed away today in Lochee, Scotland. He was 95 and died
    > peacefully in his sleep in his own bed. I guess you can't ask for much more
    > than that!
    >

    RIP Mr. Zanrč.


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    GofBorg NNTP User

    Re: RIP Giuseppe Zanrè

    > Joe's Dad passed away today in Lochee, Scotland. He was 95 and died
    > peacefully in his sleep in his own bed. I guess you can't ask for much
    > more than that!


    Please pass on my condolences Danita.
    95 was an impressive achievement given the things
    he must have seen in his lifetime. Was he a veteran?




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    Re: RIP Giuseppe Zanrè

    GofBorg wrote:

    > Was he a veteran?


    As an Italian citizen in Scotland during the war, he was actually given an
    all expenses paid vacation in an internment camp in Canada!

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    GofBorg NNTP User

    Re: RIP Giuseppe Zanrè

    >
    > As an Italian citizen in Scotland during the war, he was actually given an
    > all expenses paid vacation in an internment camp in Canada!


    Doh! Indeed an interesting life.





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    dan c. NNTP User

    Re: RIP Giuseppe Zanrč

    My condolences to the Zanrč Clan.

    DZanre wrote:
    > Joe's Dad passed away today in Lochee, Scotland. He was 95 and died
    > peacefully in his sleep in his own bed. I guess you can't ask for much more
    > than that!
    >


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