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Allen is a big loss to the Chiangmai community. A real gentleman and all-round top bloke.

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I lived and worked as a teacher in Chiang Mai in the 90s and I've been catching up on news of old friends while visiting this month. Sad to hear about John Moore. Friendly, sociable guy who ran Pun Pun guest house by the river with his wife Daeng. Used to enjoy chatting with both of them years ago. Hope Daeng is doing fine now, wherever she is.

Daeng has remarried to a nice guy and seems very happy. ..... and little Demi , is not little Demi anymore..... She has grown up to be as beautiful a young lady as she was a beautiful baby. I believe they live around Hang Dong somewhere, as memory serves.

I used to know John Moore. I believe he went to England for a few weeks, arrived back in Thailand, walked into his house and within a few minutes collapsed and died from a massive stroke. He was 52 I think. I used to belong to his archery club in Mai Rim. Must be 8 or 10 years ago since he died.

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Robert Fossum, who I first met in Bangkok 30 years ago.  Found floating in the Mekong at Chiang Khong a few days back. Left a farewell note.  He had many good times and stories to tell.  RIP.

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By 'LEGAL' I mean, within the law. I don't mean to imply I offer legal advice, just moral support, all the way home. :-)

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On 9/7/2016 at 3:28 PM, ianf said:

Many people in Chiang Mai and elsewhere in Thailand knew Andrew Bond. Sadly he was electrocuted at home in Chiang Mai on Saturday whilst fixing some ceiling wiring. You can find more details about Andrew on his Facebook page which is being kept open. The funeral and funeral rites are this week and the details are there too. Andrew was a local businessperson, travel writer and cyclist. He was well known as the owner of the 1-stop Thailand website. I've known him for 7 years and we would cycle together from time to time. He was so full of knowledge (and opinion) about Thai current affairs, Chiang Mai travel and mountain biking that I found him to be a positive and fascinating man. He leaves behind a wife and two young children. Condolences to all who loved him.

Must admit this announcement knocked me for six. Didn't know Andrew well but met him many times, the last name I would expect to see on here.

Condolences to his family; a really personable and positive guy, a great loss. I am pretty much at a loss for words, such a super fit and upbeat guy.

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Does anyone remember David that ran the Bagel House with his lovely wife? Unfortunately I never knew his last name, but he was a nice looking young man of about 40 years old with a young child.

He passed away from cancer recently. I sent him an email a few days ago and his wife answered it with the bad news.

I did not know him long, but he made quite an impression on me.

RIP David. 

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When I saw this I could believe it was sent back to us from all those who have gone on.

Click and I hope it moves you as much as it did me.

 

The link on You Tube cannot show, but if you Google  " Steve Wentworth   A Christmas Message from Heaven "  .... I think it will be worth your time.  After its Googled up, click on the You Tube version  Please do click on it

All the Best of the Season in memory of those who have gone 

Gonzo

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I did some research on David of the Bagel House Cafe.

 

David Andrew Boswell
Date of Birth:
October 24, 1971
Date of Death:
December 4, 2016 in Houston Texas
His obituary is online.
 
 
RIP
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It is with regret that i have to advise people of the passing of Rik Fulscher

Manny would have known him through the Chiang Mai Expats Club

He passes away sadly last night at about 10 PM

He had heart and lung failure

I believe  He was cremated at suan dok today

My condolences go to Kathy at this sad time

 

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