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A former moderator here.  A neighbor of mine for several years in Surigao City. A Marine. He had a working farm in Cagdianao, Dinagat Islands, where Typhoon Odette made landfall. H

I'll miss James. The fact that he recently left Surigao only to find an untimely end is sad indeed. I think we all admired his pragmatism and go-it-alone gumption. Was he idiosyncratic? Sure. But most

OMG. James was a good friend. He will be missed, and not only by his family. Odette really wiped them out here in the Philippines, so they were going back to Texas to make a new start. Although that d

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OMG. James was a good friend. He will be missed, and not only by his family. Odette really wiped them out here in the Philippines, so they were going back to Texas to make a new start. Although that didn't work out for him, at least his wife and son are in the same place as his parents now, so will have a support system until they find their feet.

RIP James. You were too young to die.

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Ozepete

So sorry to read this. I never met James but knew and respected him through LinC.  Condolences to his wife and son.

May he rest in peace.

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to_dave007

Rest in Peace.

Hope things work out for his wife..  she's not been in USA for long enough to get her feet under her.

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3 minutes ago, to_dave007 said:

Rest in Peace.

Hope things work out for his wife..  she's not been in USA for long enough to get her feet under her.

They use to live there and she is a US citizen. 

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3 minutes ago, Salty Dog said:

They use to live there and she is a US citizen. 

Yeah, they had a garden store and nursery in the Houston area for years until it was destroyed by two hurricanes. Seems like cyclonic storms had it in for James.

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Edwin

Sad to hear. James faced many hardships and never complained. He was a stand up guy and will be missed. 

RIP James.

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cookie47

R. I. P James. 

I used to enjoy his posts about aquaculture and the hard work he put in..... 

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Soupeod

RIp brother

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cvgtpc1

OMG...so unexpected.  Really enjoyed his posts, he will be missed.

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HeyMike

RIP James. Very sad news.

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RogerDuMond

Rest in peace my friend.

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battleborn

What a terrible loss.  I enjoyed reading all his posts.  Gone to soon   RIP James

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trevorclap007

Rest in peace James Musselman. I didn't know him personally. But I loved his posts.

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Chris24

Be at peace brother.  Best wishes to family.   James was one that I'm very sure I would have enjoyed meeting in person.  He was living life well and always working on all sort of interesting things.   

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