In memory of Towman-in-Toledo

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In memory of Towman-in-Toledo

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Departed 12/7/2019 but not forgotten.
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I sure remember him. Toledo area meetups were among the first around Ohio. Glad I attended a few. Sorry for your loss! :(
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I remember the Toledo gatherings as well, Brian, you brought the name tags! Towman showed up with his tow truck that he was proud to show off.
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I was at a couple of those as well. Sorry to hear of his passing. RIP Towman
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RIP, Towman.
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I’ve been absent from the forums for quite a few years. I was just thinking about some of the meet ups with Jim and Frenchy every so often and decided to hop on and see what I’ve been missing. I’m sorry to see that Frenchy is no longer with us. He was a very friendly guy. Sorry to hear of his passing.
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Departed 12/7/2019, but not forgotten.

You are still missed, my friend.
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