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It's still hard to believe someone has gone when they live on so strongly in your memory
I was tinkering with a minor irritating snag on the bike last week and found
myself thinking "I'll ask Trev about this" before catching myself and having a little cry
I know exactly how you feel. I lost my son and my best friend this spring. Matt, Bill & I were all tech guys and we were always emailing each other about what we were working on. I think of something I would like to share with one or both of them almost every day.
 

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All good,
Fritz and myriam from Germany and myself shed more than a few tears when i met them at the airport here in Ottawa on Tuesday evening.
Trev_H is riding with us in spirit for sure.
 

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Thread now unstuck.

Rest in peace trev.
You can't un-stick a Eulogy that brings minds and souls together.

I've said this before, Keith *nippongreen* was one of the first members here to assist me so many years ago when I first came on board. A simple mailing from Canada to the western US....

You don't forget that stuff, even if you never met them.

Joel in the Couve
 

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Oh no! Not Trev!

I´m not very often in here, nowadays. So had absolutely no idea, until I saw this today. Last spring I got some likes from him on my Fb.

I had the favour of meeting Trev some few times, Scotland and Vechta and maybe also in SJk, Holland. A totally nice, honest and friendly guy. We "talked" to eachother now and then on the net. Only fond memories!

The pink CX he rode in Scotland is hard to forget!
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My thoughts go to those he left behind.

Rest in peace, Trev!

Sture
 
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