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    Default Re: RIP Transit (I am at the end of my road.)

    We are diminished. R.I.P. Transit.
    3320 eHydro, 300CX Loader & 15 + great attachments

    You gotta mine allot of dirt to find a diamond.

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    Default Re: RIP Transit (I am at the end of my road.)

    Transit, God bless!
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    Default Re: RIP Transit (I am at the end of my road.)

    R.I.P Transit.
    You will be missed.

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    Default Re: RIP Transit (I am at the end of my road.)

    Good fight, brother. Rest in peace.

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    Default Re: RIP Transit (I am at the end of my road.)

    How lucky we are to be considered such good friends that Transit would post and say goodbye to all of us. I feel blessed to have known him and humbled that he took time out of his life to speak with us when there were so few moments left. RIP to Transit who came to visit his TBN friends when his time on earth was short.
    Jim


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    Default Re: RIP Transit (I am at the end of my road.)

    Quote Originally Posted by jinman View Post
    How lucky we are to be considered such good friends that Transit would post and say goodbye to all of us. I feel blessed to have known him and humbled that he took time out of his life to speak with us when there were so few moments left. RIP to Transit who came to visit his TBN friends when his time on earth was short.
    This is so true.
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    1Timothy Chapter 2:
    3 For this is good and acceptable in the sight of God our Saviour;
    4 Who will have all men to be saved, and to come unto the knowledge of the truth.
    5 For there is one God, and one mediator between God and men, the man Christ Jesus.
    From: The HOLY BIBLE

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    R.I.P. Dear friend, Transit.
    Okay, Legal disclaimer: Old but not senile, definitely do not have the answer to everything!

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    Default Re: RIP Transit (I am at the end of my road.)

    May God grant you everlasting and eternal peace. This comes from the very bottom of my heart and soul--the very deepest depth of my heart and soul.
    The PUPIL who does not surpass his Master, fails his Master.

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    Default Re: RIP Transit (I am at the end of my road.)

    Quote Originally Posted by jinman View Post
    How lucky we are to be considered such good friends that Transit would post and say goodbye to all of us. I feel blessed to have known him and humbled that he took time out of his life to speak with us when there were so few moments left. RIP to Transit who came to visit his TBN friends when his time on earth was short.
    Hopefully he felt comforted being around friends ( even internet tractor friends ) during those moments.

    It's a time for all of us to set back and think about this. During our last moments we may not be so lucky to be able to type out a message to our online aquaintences.

    as time goes by and the internet as a social medium becomes more prevalent, we will meet , befriend and talk to more people on a dialy basis that we may actually never meet face to face. while a lil different than a 'conventional ' 'face to face friend' like in times past, for the most part, the bond is still there. I'm sure many of us have wondered about people we met, and then heard of an illness, then never heard from them again.

    for this reason I've left my wife a folder with info on places and people to contact in case of my untimely passing... also info on what to do with my tractors and values of posessions.. etc.. stuff she will need to help her decide on what she should keep or let go.

    might be a good idea for everyone to set down and think about this and see what, if anything is needed as far as personal planning with our friends and spouses.

    thanks for letting me speak on that.

    soundguy

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    Default Re: RIP Transit (I am at the end of my road.)

    Quote Originally Posted by Soundguy View Post
    Hopefully he felt comforted being around friends ( even internet tractor friends ) during those moments.

    It's a time for all of us to set back and think about this. During our last moments we may not be so lucky to be able to type out a message to our online aquaintences.

    as time goes by and the internet as a social medium becomes more prevalent, we will meet , befriend and talk to more people on a dialy basis that we may actually never meet face to face. while a lil different than a 'conventional ' 'face to face friend' like in times past, for the most part, the bond is still there. I'm sure many of us have wondered about people we met, and then heard of an illness, then never heard from them again.

    for this reason I've left my wife a folder with info on places and people to contact in case of my untimely passing... also info on what to do with my tractors and values of posessions.. etc.. stuff she will need to help her decide on what she should keep or let go.

    might be a good idea for everyone to set down and think about this and see what, if anything is needed as far as personal planning with our friends and spouses.

    thanks for letting me speak on that.

    soundguy
    Very good point. I am working on such things now. I will add my internet stuff too.

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