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James Musslewhite Passed at 64


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James Musslewhite 1958-2022

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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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8 minutes ago, Chris24 said:

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.   

you never know when you tlme is up good bye james so sad

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Jester

I am another one that enjoyed his adventures, would have liked to have met him.  RIP

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SkyMan

I guess we'll have to put that meet up off a while.  RIP James.

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fred42

RIP James..You lead an interesting and adventurous life..Always enjoyed your informative posts.

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Banacon

RIP James, I always enjoyed reading about your business in the Philippines.

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crazygolfer

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RIP James !

Never met him, but through here know how he is operating and maintaining his business there in north/east of Mindanao.

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throttleplate

RIP sir

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MarinePride

Jaw dropping news! Rest in peace.  On another note, this is another reminder of our mortality and how soon it may visit anyone.  I just turned 53.

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mikewright

Rest in Peace.

Sincere condolences to James' family.

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Fresh

I remember his posts, very helpful guy. RIP.

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Irenicus

What about the lobsters?

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bert
3 minutes ago, Irenicus said:

What about the lobsters?

ask odete arggggh

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newtocebu

RIP mate

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greatplace

So sad rest in peace mate

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