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Offline daddyoften

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A sad passing - David Branigan
« on: November 04, 2014, 07:57:58 PM »
I tried to post this in final arrivals but it wouldn't let me.....

I only got to meet him a few times but they were wonderful. I hope there are people on here who knew of him in better detail than me.  It saddens me and at the same time fills me up with joy to announce that David Branigan as moved on to the full-timers in the sky. I doubt he was ever on the computer side of Bus Conversions Magazine but I know he had a subscription for quite some time as they passed their catalogs of older magazines on to my family. We bought their second conversion that had just begun. We were scheduled to pick it up this past Saturday but were not able to make things come together for that day. David moved on Monday morning after a very strong battle with cancer. I found a photo copy of him and his wife standing in front of their first conversion in between the pages of these magazines along with the occasional dog eared page and random notes about things that caught his fancy.  I'm so proud and happy to know he is sitting next to our Lord and saviour right now! May God bless his family through these hard times.
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Re: A sad passing
« Reply #1 on: November 05, 2014, 04:56:50 AM »
Sorry to hear this, but knowing he is in good hands now. I didn't know him, but it looks like he was a true bus nut and loved the hobby.

I'll move it after a couple of days to the Final Arrival page.

Thanks for letting us know!
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