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Chuck Nessa

Difficult week

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Alvin Fielder and Joseph Jarman subtracted from my life in a short time is hard to digest.
Both figured in my "professional" life from the beginning. 
Friendships continued for 50+ years and I feel blessed. 
Thank you to both.

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fwiw, I do believe that you have been blessed. I also believe that you've shared the blessing, passed it on.

Gotta be tough, losses like this. Just know that for us on the other side, it sure seems like you've done right with it. Thank you, and stay strong.

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Amen to all that Jim said.

Hang in there, Chuck.

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Hey, Chuck--really, my condolences. There's little to say that embellishes that other than that I thought of you (and Roscoe, too, in particular) amidst all this news. I'm really thankful for the tremendous work that is there--things we'll be unraveling and enjoying for as long as we're here. 

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Not much I can say about the pain you're feeling except to keep the good memories close by and let time do its healing.

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My mother is at this point Chuck, so I see what you're going through on a regular basis. She is soldiering on but it's tough. I don't have any advice for you - I am often at a loss of words for her - but all I can say is that she looks within, puts on a tough face and gets through the day, happy that she's still here.

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It’s tough getting older. Went through that with my late Mother. Sorry about your good friends. 

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Yeah, I told a friend that it's a hell of a note when I get to the point in life that the only time I put on a tie is to attend a memorial service. And I'm putting it on a lot more than I once did. We just keep on keepin' on--and listening to great music.

 

gregmo

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The sobering thing is when you realize that all your grandparents, parents, aunts, and uncles are all gone. That's when you look up to see who'a at the front of the line now and you see that it's you.

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1 hour ago, JSngry said:

The sobering thing is when you realize that all your grandparents, parents, aunts, and uncles are all gone. That's when you look up to see who'a at the front of the line now and you see that it's you.

Getting there.

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