Re: The saddest of news
Oh dear . . . prayers and condolences to you Suzanne and to his many, many, friends.
One man may be gone, but yet his love and passion carry on in hearts and souls around the world.
along the Missouri River
- I think that it is very nice that you have done this Pippo, like so many others, I think you must feel this as a truly tragic loss. Well, I know that's the way I feel.
I also thought that the tribute that Jim Michalak put up on his web page was gone of the best.
--- In email@example.com, "Giuseppe Bianco" <pippobianco@...> wrote:
> I've been a contributor to this forum for several years in the past, and re-subscribed again yesterday to express my heartfelt sympathy to Susanne and family for the tragic passing of Phil Bolger, a great man whose writings and drawings have meant a lot to me.
> Pippo Bianco, Matera, Italy
> PS: Cheers to the "old" friends!
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Susanne@" <philbolger@> wrote:
> > In the early morning hours of Sunday May 24th 2009 Philip Cunningham Bolger of 66 Atlantic Street, Gloucester, Massachusetts took his own life, out of his own free will, shooting himself in the head with his Colt 45.