A very sad announcement regarding Iannon

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Re: A very sad announcement regarding Iannon

Postby BioHorn » Sep 20th, '12, 09:03

Chip. You would know the best method, but is there some way to create a memorial "wall", forum, sticky for Iannon and other members who are no longer with us? It would be nice to have a virtual place here on the forum to visit.

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Re: A very sad announcement regarding Iannon

Postby Chip » Sep 20th, '12, 10:08

I will look into this, BioHorn. I am working on a little something else as well to help members remember Iannon.

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Re: A very sad announcement regarding Iannon

Postby BioHorn » Sep 20th, '12, 11:25

Thanks! I am sure you will have a better idea how to make something work on this forum format.

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Re: A very sad announcement regarding Iannon

Postby Alex » Sep 20th, '12, 13:18

Chip wrote:I am working on a little something else as well to help members remember Iannon.


That's very nice to hear Chip

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Re: A very sad announcement regarding Iannon

Postby woozl » Sep 20th, '12, 17:15

Heartfelt condolences to his family.
It is too easy to get lost in day to day life,
it takes things like this to remind us that we are
so lightly here and to value every precious moment.

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Re: A very sad announcement regarding Iannon

Postby RoseWood » Sep 20th, '12, 20:08

Ian, with peace go you, and may tranquility be a frequent visitor in your home in the difficult days ahead.

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Re: A very sad announcement regarding Iannon

Postby TwoDog2 » Sep 21st, '12, 04:46

Condolences to his family during this difficult time.

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Re: A very sad announcement regarding Iannon

Postby Jspigs » Sep 21st, '12, 09:51

Although I didn't really know Ian I did read many of his posts. I want to say that his family is in my thoughts and I hope Ian rests in peace. :cry:

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Re: A very sad announcement regarding Iannon

Postby tingjunkie » Sep 21st, '12, 18:12

Sad day for the TeaChat community. Sending love and prayers to his family and friends.

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Re: A very sad announcement regarding Iannon

Postby bagua7 » Sep 22nd, '12, 04:33

My condolences to Erica and Ian's family.

He who has gone, so we but cherish his memory, abides with us, more potent, nay, more present than the living man. ~ Antoine de Saint-Exupery

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Re: A very sad announcement regarding Iannon

Postby jayinhk » Sep 22nd, '12, 04:39

I came across one of his posts late last night when reading an old thread. We all must move on to the next plane when our time comes: I'm sure he's just fine wherever he is!

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Re: A very sad announcement regarding Iannon

Postby Chip » Sep 25th, '12, 18:30

I just heard from Ian's wife. She may have to wait another week to hear the cause of Ian's death.

She did provide an obituary link ...

http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/knoxnews/obituary.aspx?pid=160005566#fbLoggedOut

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Re: A very sad announcement regarding Iannon

Postby BioHorn » Sep 25th, '12, 19:06

Chip wrote:I just heard from Ian's wife. She may have to wait another week to hear the cause of Ian's death.

She did provide an obituary link ...

http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/knoxnews/obituary.aspx?pid=160005566#fbLoggedOut

It is possible to sponsor this link in perpetuity for $80.00. It might be a nice gesture from TeaChat member. I can add $10 to the pot. Any others interested?

https://www.legacy.com/guestbooks/knoxnews/sponsor-guestbook.aspx?n=ian-keil&pid=160005566

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Re: A very sad announcement regarding Iannon

Postby Chip » Sep 25th, '12, 19:25

BioHorn wrote:
Chip wrote:I just heard from Ian's wife. She may have to wait another week to hear the cause of Ian's death.

She did provide an obituary link ...

http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/knoxnews/obituary.aspx?pid=160005566#fbLoggedOut

It is possible to sponsor this link in perpetuity for $80.00. It might be a nice gesture from TeaChat member. I can add $10 to the pot. Any others interested?

https://www.legacy.com/guestbooks/knoxnews/sponsor-guestbook.aspx?n=ian-keil&pid=160005566

That is an excellent idea! I am amazed someone has not already done it, he has 9 pages I think of guest signings.

If members would prefer to pledge anon, please PM or email (teachatmoderator@yahoo.com) me. I will post accordingly.

Your 10 and mine make 20 ... $60 to go. We could wrap this up pretty quick!

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Re: A very sad announcement regarding Iannon

Postby Chip » Sep 26th, '12, 13:23

Not intending to false guilt anyone! We are half way there. 40 USD pledged ... 40 USD to go.

If interested in pledging 5, 10, etc., please PM or email me ASAP.

Thanks!

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