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Subject: With Deepest Sadness....

Jan Vincent
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Date Posted: 15:23:58 08/11/05 Thu

It is with deep sadness, it I must announce the death of the co-creator of this message board in honor of Dick Fegy.
My husband of 18 years, David Vincent passed away on March 21, 2005 of a massive heart attack. He went suddenly, quickly and did not suffer.
David loved all music and supported bluegrass music in particular. He played cello and bass guitar himself and had been learning the mandolin. He loved building model railroads and talking about space, weaponry, aircraft and Mini Coopers. He was a devote Christian and served in his church, The Sanctuary of Huntington Beach. Those were his passions.
For his day job, David was a Senior Scientist in the Aerospace industry. He was well respected in his field. He was a computer genius and had worked originally for IBM as an intern when he was 14 years old. He taught me everything I know about computers and web design and he is greatly missed. David and Dick spent hours discussing music, music theory and music history. They had a great respect for each other.
David left behind a daughter, Sarah; a son, Chris; a daughter-in-law, Joi; three grandsons, Garrison, Gage and Gavin and a wife, who miss him very much. It is my hope that he and Dick are continuing their musical discussions together in heaven and I hope that Dick is teaching David to play "St. Anne's Reel" on mando. I look forward to hearing it.

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Paul Marshall
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Date Posted: 20:54:28 08/16/05 Tue

Dear Jan,
Please accept my deepest sympathy and condolences on the loss of your husband David. This board has been a great tribute to my dear friend, Dick, and I thank David for co-creating it. Blessings to you and your family, and to David, Godspeed.


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Annie Harvey
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Date Posted: 21:16:42 12/19/05 Mon

Dearest Jan,
My love to you.

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[> Subject: Thank you, Annie! It never gets easier, does it?

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Date Posted: 20:33:17 01/13/06 Fri

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[> [> Subject: Re: Thank you, Annie! It never gets easier, does it?

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Date Posted: 21:02:24 02/13/06 Mon

No, it does not get easier, but I know we will
see them again.
I have been having the most realistic dreams
about Dick. I feel in my heart of hearts he is
visiting me through my dreams.
I had a REALLY strange experience today
that I can't explain which is what brought me
to the message baord tonight.
Idreamed of Dick early this morning and sparing you all the
details of the dream, in short, I knew I was dreaming
in the dream and told Dick, I know your dead, but
thank you for coming to see me- I miss you so much.
We were hugging and it was so real.
Anyway, at the dream, there was this little girl,
maybe three years old or so. The thing about her was that
she was wearing these really thick glasses and I remember
saying, "What a shame, she is so young and already has
such vision problems..." The I woke up and smelled
Dick, his hair in particular. You know how people have
thier own distinctive scent? I went back to sleep with a huge smile.
Later today, I went to a dentist appointment.
As I entered the lobby I encountered a woman
and small child waiting for the elevator.
They had their backs to me.
When the door closed behind me in the lobby,
they turned around.
I almost fainted.
It was the little girl from my dream- wearing
the same glasses.
I have never seen these people in my life
and yet there she was, the little girl from the
How do we explain such things?
I feel that somehow Dick brought her
image into the dream to let me know that
he did indeed come to visit in a way that
I could not doubt.
I have no other explanation for what happened
But I find it very comforting to know
our loved ones never really leave us and
we WILL see them again.
Love to you,

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