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In memorium of COACH - RIP.

He passed away yesterday of a heart attack.

He reconciled his marriage to Greek.

My condolences to her and her family.

He was quite young by my standards,

Please post your thoughts and wishes here.


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When I first came here, I happened upon his old threads. I read all of his threads in the archives and searched out his posts to others.

I'm saddened.

I add my condolences.


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Oh no. I am so sorry to hear it. I always like Coach & Greek. They were a sharp couple. Wish they could have stayed around here. Thanks for informing us. My prayers are for his family.


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Coach was a good man. Many of his words are still with me today...


Prayers to you and your family Greek....

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My prayers go out to Greek and Coach's family. He was way too young.


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Passion, yet serenity.
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Poor guy. Way, way too young. I hope he is at peace. My condolences to his family.

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I also want to pay tribute to Coach and offer prayers to Greek. I am not sure where I would be today if it were not for his unselfish advice. I would suggest all of you struggling here to go back and look at some of his posts in the archives. He always had great advice and his story is truly inspirational. He spent so much of his life on this earth working to improve the lives of others. He will be missed in this world, but I am sure he is still watching over us from the heavens.

So thank you Coach for your kind words and wise advice that still stir in the lives of many of us.

Cheers,
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Bomb: 1/09, Seperated: 9/09, Piecing Begins: 10/09

My story: http://www.divorcebusting.com/forums/ubb...t=91&page=1
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I'm still in shock and mourning over this. If Coach were here, he'd probably, humbly, tell you that it was me who helped HIM, but it was really the other way around. Although my time here -- and my marital issues -- preceded his, it was really his steady, strong and concise wisdom back to me . . . to ALL of us . . . that really saved my marriage.

There were others here who helped me save my wife from her affair, but it was Coach and Greek who helped me permanently save my MARRIAGE.

And Greek? In the middle of her mourning over this sudden tragedy, she takes the time to reach out to ME by phone to tell me how important my friendship was to Coach, and how much he respected my advice! I'm simply blown away by that; I have no words.

RIP, Coach. God took you WAY too young, but your legacy will live on in all the marriages you helped save, all of the individuals (especially men) you taught to stand strong, and all of the young lacrosse players you helped forge into fine young men. You taught us all that "You can handle it."

God, I'll miss you. cry


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Originally Posted By: Starsky309
I'm still in shock and mourning over this. If Coach were here, he'd probably, humbly, tell you that it was me who helped HIM, but it was really the other way around. Although my time here -- and my marital issues -- preceded his, it was really his steady, strong and concise wisdom back to me . . . to ALL of us . . . that really saved my marriage.

There were others here who helped me save my wife from her affair, but it was Coach and Greek who helped me permanently save my MARRIAGE.

And Greek? In the middle of her mourning over this sudden tragedy, she takes the time to reach out to ME by phone to tell me how important my friendship was to Coach, and how much he respected my advice! I'm simply blown away by that; I have no words.

RIP, Coach. God took you WAY too young, but your legacy will live on in all the marriages you helped save, all of the individuals (especially men) you taught to stand strong, and all of the young lacrosse players you helped forge into fine young men. You taught us all that "You can handle it."

God, I'll miss you. cry


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Thanks for the smile today, Cadet.


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