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  1. #46
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    Great work, Snuf! I'm so glad people like you are in the world!

    Sleep well, Mr. Donlick...

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    Amazing work snuf!

    I have posted in the past (and been blasted to kingdom come haha) but I'll post it again here.

    This

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    where

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    of the

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    website

    You will be blessed snuf.

  3. #48
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    Well done, Snuf! <3

    Rest in peace, Robert.

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    Congratulations to Snuf, and my condolences to the family...closure can be bitter sweet sometimes, but I am so happy your loved one will be coming home to you.
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  5. #50
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    Thank you for giving this family closure! You're amazing, keep up the good work.

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    Fantastic work! Keep it up!!

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    I don't think I've ever been prouder to be a member here than I am right now.

    Way to go, Snuf! Thank you for your hard work and dedication.

    RIP, Mr. Donlick.
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  8. #53
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    Mr. Donlick's family has set up a memorial page. I'm not sure if I should send some flowers, or a card, or an email, or anything at all. I would really like to send some flowers, but I don't want to intrude on their family during such a sad time. What do you guys think?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Snufamonbobball View Post
    Mr. Donlick's family has set up a memorial page. I'm not sure if I should send some flowers, or a card, or an email, or anything at all. I would really like to send some flowers, but I don't want to intrude on their family during such a sad time. What do you guys think?

    http://www.longwoodfuneralhome.com/s...user_id=305095
    Do they know who you are? - Or how it was that he was identified?

    I don't think it would be an intrusion if you sent some flowers with a brief message on the card, and as a P.S. at the bottom stating that you were the person who spotted the match, so that they know who you are.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CarlK90245 View Post
    Do they know who you are? - Or how it was that he was identified?

    I don't think it would be an intrusion if you sent some flowers with a brief message on the card, and as a P.S. at the bottom stating that you were the person who spotted the match, so that they know who you are.
    I have no idea if they were told about how his match was made.
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    I am so impressed with this. I dont understand how you match them up or know what to look for.

    FWIW If I had a missing family member and someone took the time to do what you did to ID them I would want to know who you are. JMO
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    Snuf,
    Congratulations again! Your volunteered time, energy & skill has made a big difference to Mr Donlick's loved ones. Be very proud for helping a family find closure & lay their loved one to rest.
    One would think they would like to know, so I hope you did decide to send an acknowledgement to his family. Again... good work. I am humbled to just be a member of Wesleuth's because of the meaningful research that happens here.

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    Bobby Donlick was one of my best friends in high school. Thank you for your placing him for his family. I was reaching out to track him down and all I received was a small writeup, and am trying to piece together what actually happened to him. I guess I need to register for all of these sites to try an put this together. Bobby was a sweet, tough, cool buddy to have in school - always ready even as a little guy, to jump into the fray to stand up for his friends. I taught Bobby to sail when we were ~ 14 years old. He was typical Italian, scared of the water, but not scared to throw a punch. He was always there for anyone, with a quick laugh. That's who you helped lay to rest, I just thought you should know. I don't know what he was up to as an adult, but our true selves and souls are who we were as kids. Thank you.

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