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Bill (munchkin) passed away at 9:30am today, Philippine Time.

 

He had been ill since prior to Christmas and had been in hospital a couple of times that I know of, since then.

 

Julie (Julie 118), another member, was Bill's partner. I do not know if she will post here, or not. I am not able to contact her at the moment.

 

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At least he followed his dream and was able to retire in the Philippines. Yes it was short but he made it.   R.I.P.

My best to them, and it's a cautionary tale to everyone reading and thinking of the day when they can finally come retire ... think closely people. When you draw your last breath, will you use it to w

May the Lord rest his soul and my thoughts and prayers are with his family.

Paul please send my condolences to Julie

 

RIP bill ............

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tom_shor

Very sory to hear that. RIP.

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broden

please pass along our condolences

R.I.P.

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you work all your life looking forward to retirement here in the phillipines then pass at 65 life aint fair sometimes r.i.p

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SkyMan

Sorry to hear it. RIP BIll and condolences to Julie and the family.

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USMC-Retired

Sad he had not been here very long enjoying retirement. Really sad. RIP.

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Mr. Mike

Condolences to the family and friends, and rest in peace Bill.

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JamesMusslewhite

I remember he just retired and moved here a couple of years ago. I am sorry to hear of his passing. He seemed to be a really nice guy and a good contributor to this forum. He is still with us in the Achieved pages which is the heart of the forum, he will be remembered.

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My best to them, and it's a cautionary tale to everyone reading and thinking of the day when they can finally come retire ... think closely people. When you draw your last breath, will you use it to wish you had stayed and worked harder?

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Mandingo

May the Lord rest his soul and my thoughts and prayers are with his family.

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you work all your life looking forward to retirement here in the phillipines then pass at 65 life aint fair sometimes r.i.p

Sad he had not been here very long enjoying retirement. Really sad. RIP.

 

At least he followed his dream and was able to retire in the Philippines. Yes it was short but he made it.

 

R.I.P.

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At least he followed his dream and was able to retire in the Philippines. Yes it was short but he made it.

 

R.I.P.

that's exactly right

 

my Dad always taught me if you really want something, go for it as soon as you are able

cause you just never know

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