Remembering POI Factory Members who have passed. RIP

 

It came to my attention earlier this afternoon that a longtime member, TXRVer (John), passed away in August of 2020.
That's all the information I have.

We thought we'd use this experience to create a thread that we could post announcements of this sort when we get them.

~Angela

Belatedly, thoughts and

Belatedly, thoughts and prayers to the Family.

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Frank DriveSmart55 37.322760, -79.511267

A few forums. I am part do a

A few forums. I am part of do a Memorial thread, it's a nice gesture for those who've been a part of the factory family.

RIP John

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My Thoughts and Prayers

My thoughts and prayers to John better known as TXRVer and members of his family. I will miss his inputs to a number of my files. Even though we never had the opportunity to meet face to face, I feel that I knew him in our email discussions. May he RIP.

RIP TXRVer

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Sorry to hear about TXRVer’s passing

I always enjoyed reading his comments.

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With God, all things are possible. ——State motto of the Great State of Ohio

I think that is a great

I think that is a great idea. Thanks for sharing your thoughts about this

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NickJr Nuvi 3597LMT

R.I.P.

RIP John..

Rest in peace John, and prayers to his family.

As a whole, I'd venture to guess that most of us here are not Spring chickens any more. It's a fact of life that sooner or later we're going to be dealing with health issues. Two friends of mine, along with my sister have been diagnosed with cancer just in the last 5 months. Two are currently doing rather well, but one friend is unfortunately not.

Be thankful for every day that you have on this earth and try to make the most of it. Let those who you love, know that you love them.

Sad to hear.

It is sad to know that we won't be seeing the thoughtful posts from TxRVer any more. Rest in peace John.

Since forum participation is usually anonymous in the sense that you often don't know the member's personal details well enough to find out what happened when you stop seeing posts from them. Did they just lose interest and stop posting? Or is it something worse? If they have turned on their private contact, you can try to contact them but if you don't get a reply, it leaves you wondering. During the time I have been a member of POI Factory, several who were once frequent participants seem to have disappeared.

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Alan - Android Auto, DriveLuxe 51LMT-S, DriveLuxe 50LMTHD, Nuvi 3597LMTHD, Oregon 550T, Nuvi 855, Nuvi 755T, Lowrance Endura Sierra, Bosch Nyon

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RIP, John.

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RIP John.

RIP John.

A Great Thread Idea

The gone but not forgotten thread.

Who's up next? Any volunteers? crying

RIP John.

A little gallows humor

mcginkleschmidt wrote:

The gone but not forgotten thread.

Who's up next? Any volunteers? crying

RIP John.

Ahh, a little gallows humor. I like it.

Phil

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"No misfortune is so bad that whining about it won't make it worse."