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Old 04-03-2011, 04:41 PM   #21
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Old 04-03-2011, 05:36 PM   #22
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I'm sorry for your loss. your family will be in my prayers! bless
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Old 04-03-2011, 07:33 PM   #24
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very touching and very much needed for all thanks so much
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Reading his life story really made me identify with him.
I too went to catholic school, had a high IQ, and worked for a soda company, Coca-Cola. We would have had so much to talk about. I'm so sorry for your loss and I hope you know that by you sharing his story with us that he lives on in all our memories.
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Old 04-03-2011, 09:54 PM   #26
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I saw your post at 5am or so... I had myself a great day riding up and down Lime Creek several times at a brisk pace. I rode with a heavy heart. I thought of your family a lot. I thought of my young children. Most of all, I thought of you, R3VAN's mom. I stopped off at an overview of the lake. I gave your family quite a few moments of well-deserved silence. May your family rest in peace and you find peace...

I also hope you find your way back on a motorcycle someday. The open road is everything to me. It sounds like it also was to R3VAN and his father...
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Old 04-05-2011, 12:29 AM   #27
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Old 04-05-2011, 01:31 AM   #28
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Reading his life story really made me identify with him.
I too went to catholic school, had a high IQ, and worked for a soda company, Coca-Cola. We would have had so much to talk about. I'm so sorry for your loss and I hope you know that by you sharing his story with us that he lives on in all our memories.
Thank you for such kind words! It means so much! I hope by sharing my sons story, that young teens and adults alike will think about my son before getting on their bikes, and to remember to become more vigilant and assume that the vehicles all around could and will do something...anything to cause an accident. I will be starting an annual ride in honor of my son and all those we have lost on motorcycle accidents to remember and honor them, I hope that is something you will be able to attend. I will keep you posted as the time nears.

I too wish you had met my son, I think you would have it it off =)

May Bless you and keep you safe as you ride to and from your destination and always.

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Old 04-05-2011, 01:53 AM   #29
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I saw your post at 5am or so... I had myself a great day riding up and down Lime Creek several times at a brisk pace. I rode with a heavy heart. I thought of your family a lot. I thought of my young children. Most of all, I thought of you, R3VAN's mom. I stopped off at an overview of the lake. I gave your family quite a few moments of well-deserved silence. May your family rest in peace and you find peace...

I also hope you find your way back on a motorcycle someday. The open road is everything to me. It sounds like it also was to R3VAN and his father...
Thank you as well for the kind words and warm thoughts. Your kind words have touched me. R3VAN aka Charles is an amazing son, brother and friend, he is my backbone...my rock. In a sense I am still in denial, I haven't been able to accept his passing...I'm just not quite there yet, as I still expect to see him come home and walk through the front door, perhaps in time I will accept it.

When my husband was struck by that vehicle on June 7, 2007, I held him in my arms in shock...in disbelief and when he left me, I swore I would never ride again, and it was R3VAN whom told me "Dad did what he loved doing and he wouldn't want you to stop riding, he would want you to be afraid, dad would want you to respect that machine but not to be afraid of it" Well, it took me 3 years to finally get back on my Harley again with the help of R3VAN, he pulled the bike out for me, cleaned it and he helped me with those baby steps, and he stayed right next to me the entire time, but this time it really hit closer to home, I lost my first born...my baby boy, so even though I know he would want me to continue riding (And I hear those same words I heard from him when my husband died) it's too painful, perhaps on the annual rides to honor my son and all those we have lost to motorcycle accident I will ride for him, My husband and my son as well as myself loved riding in the open road, as you know it a feeling we just can't explain, and even though I must hang my gloves.

Thank you once again. May Bless you too and keep you safe during all your rides and always.

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Old 04-05-2011, 09:44 AM   #30
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I am really happy that you came in here and got things straight!

This is why when I see an RIP thread i dont assume, i think of them like if it was me or my family... weather they did something wrong or not.

reading all your post has been really hard and I hope that you find peace one day,

I can say this... your husband and your son passed away doing what they love doing... they left this world happy (i know i would had if it was me)

You have a bless day and be with you... one day you will get to see them.
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Being a husband and a father this thread really brings me to my knees. I cant even begin to imagine what you are going through, or where these tragedies will take you. My only words will be prayers and well wishes for such an awful time in your life, and I hope you can find some comfort in the Lord and knowing that time heals all wounds.
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Old 04-05-2011, 10:34 AM   #32
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Bless you. I hope sharing your son's storying helps to bring you peace. My parents did the same when they lost their first born daughter, my sister, on October 13, 2010... sometimes it still feels like just yesterday. I know nothing I can say can make it better, or bring him back, but know that i send my deepest condolences to you and your family. One day at a time..

I'll do my best to never put my family through the same pain, thank you for taking the time and mustering the strength to tell us about your son.
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I am really happy that you came in here and got things straight!

This is why when I see an RIP thread i dont assume, i think of them like if it was me or my family... weather they did something wrong or not.

reading all your post has been really hard and I hope that you find peace one day,

I can say this... your husband and your son passed away doing what they love doing... they left this world happy (i know i would had if it was me)

You have a bless day and be with you... one day you will get to see them.
Thank you. That is what keeps me sane...the thought of knowing that I will seeing them again one day.
They did leave this world doing what they loved...and that was riding the open rode =)

Please be safe when riding! May protect you and keep you safe to and from every destination.

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Old 04-07-2011, 02:17 AM   #34
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Bless you. I hope sharing your son's storying helps to bring you peace. My parents did the same when they lost their first born daughter, my sister, on October 13, 2010... sometimes it still feels like just yesterday. I know nothing I can say can make it better, or bring him back, but know that i send my deepest condolences to you and your family. One day at a time..

I'll do my best to never put my family through the same pain, thank you for taking the time and mustering the strength to tell us about your son.
Thank you. I am so sorry for your loss. There is just no comparison when you lose a child, it's a pain that you will ALWAYS have and the grief will always be there, I guess we will in time just learn to deal.

I must admit sharing my sons story has helped me so much and if I can help save just one person by telling my sons story its worth talking about it. That one call is every parents nightmare. Thanks again for your kind words and warm thoughts.

May Bless you, protect you and keep you safe to and from every destination...always.

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