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  • draft51@aol.com
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    Very sorry to hear this news. fred k

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  • toycarver
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    Very sorry to hear about Jim. I never met him but he was part of an online exchange here, so I am lucky to have one of his beautiful little carvings. RIP Jim.

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  • cgm
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    He will be missed, I enjoyed talking to him at the Dayton show.

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  • Goodgal
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    my thoughts are with his family and friends who feel the loss.

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  • efmaron
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    RIP Jim, he will be a big loss to all carvers.

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  • dme253756
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    A huge loss! I'm sorry to hear that.

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  • Mark Dellinger
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    I saw this too. Another sad day in the carving world. Neat Guy.

    Mark

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  • joepaulbutler
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    It is one of the times that tugs on our heart strings, sorry to hear. . .JoeB

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  • hstrick46
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    Sorry to hear you've lost your friend.

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  • Bob K.
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    RIP Jim

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  • Bob Tamillo
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    A Carve'rs Passing

    Just read on FB of the passing of Jim O'Hare. He was a neat guy & great carver. I shared booth space with him at Convers and always visited with him at the Dayton shows. He was a Viet Nam vet and although disabled he could really tool around in that motorized chair of his. We always found something to chuckle about and he was very helpful to any carver who had a question. He will be missed.
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