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Goodbye all from Dan Vadas. (You will be missed by us all) RIP

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You are such a brave man Dan. I ve been silently following your work since I joined the community and admire your skills and ethos. No goodbuys, you will never really be gone from this forum mate. Stay strong, I hope you and your family are getting all the help you need in these difficult hours.

 

Vaddoc

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Wow Danny, I am so sorry to hear the bad news.  You have been a friend to all of us on MSW and I echo the comments of the above posts.  You will be missed and I hope and pray that your remaining time will be peaceful and pain free.  Fair seas and following winds my friend.

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Dan,

 

Your posts were some of the first I paid attention to when I joined MSW (pre-crash).  You have been a constant positive presence in it's evolution, and should be proud of that.  Thank you.  May you have peace and comfort now.

 

Ron

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Dan, so sorry to hear it mate.

 

Yours has always been a name on this site that has deserved respect, you're words of praise or encouragement are very highly valued, you'll be sorely missed.

 

Fair winds Dan.

 

Steve

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My father passed away when I was 20 and I was just starting to realize the Ole Man knew alot more than I had been giving him credit for the same thing could be said for your builds since I am a short timer here :imNotWorthy: Now I hope the Old Man  upstairs lets you/us play just like we did here up there.Thanks for the insights Sir :salute: Kevin

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Some news are not pleasant to read. A big thank You for all the time devoted to this site and to all the experience that you were able to share and transmit.

'De tout coeur avec vous'.

Jean-Paul


 

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Hi Dan,

I was shocked by your sad news. With so many here, you were one of the first to react to my entry into this forum and got me over the line in starting my first log a few years back.

Your advice, knowledge and build logs will be sorely missed but not forgotten. Your legacy will stay.

Peter

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Dan,

With all the energy you put into your builds and this site, I had never guessed you were not in good health.  Fair winds behind you as you endure this painful journey, and that God may bless and keep you my friend.

 

Scott

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Dan, these responses to your news are true testimony of your inestimable contribution to this corner of the world.

I never knew you, but I feel the breeze of a friend passing me by.

May the beyond be just as rewarding. Or get your money back! Bless you.

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Your build log of HMS Vulture was the first log I started on reading - not knowing it was hughe(!), and it got me hooked on modelling again. Thank you for that, Dan.

 

Sharing this makes MSW even more like a family, one which will most certainly remember and cherish you, and your legacy for the future. I, like so many others before me, would like to wish you, and your family strength, and hapiness during this difficult period.

 

I feel most fortunate to have met you

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Dan,

 

I’m very sorry to read about your illness.  Like many others I have silently admired your wonderful work.  I hope that your doctors can help you to get some enjoyment from whatever time that you have left.

 

Roger

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Danny, I am so sorry to hear of your situation.  My thoughts and prayers are with you, sir. 

 

I first became aware of your fine work and sage advice in the MSW 1.0 days and have appreciated the encouragement you gave to me and countless others over the years.  Watching your builds in progress has been a source of inspiration to many of us, and your work supporting the site has been invaluable as well.

 

May you find comfort and joy in the time to come.

 

With utmost respect,

Bob

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Dan,

I just caught up with this and am saddened to hear about your health. Our prayers go out to you and your family. You've been a great addition to the forum, staff, and community as a whole. I certainly will have you in my thoughts onward and pray for a miracle!

 

Fair winds and following seas,

 

Hank

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