Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by hso, Sep 28, 2021.
When we talked, I got the sense of a man who tirelessly cared for his wife and family and worked to help and provide for others. When he should have retired due to multiple medical issues and age, he instead continued to work to support his working wife Cyndi for their retirement. He told me they spent most of their money saved for retirement on helping family and had to severely downsize their choice of retirement house to a "small shack". He was a much better man than I.
I met him several years ago. I had posted about the PPK/S I got for my wife, and was talking about running different ammo through it to see what it liked best.
He hooked up with me locally and gave me a handful of boxes of .380 ammunition to try. I don't remember how many, but four or five comes to mind.
He was also a dedicated family man.
RIP, @bikerdoc. Condolences to your family, friends, and those at THR who knew you in-person.
If you can, consider donating to the gofundme John set up. It's not much, but it will help with ... expenses.
He was a respected and fair moderator and a great contributor.
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