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I found out yesterday that one of my co-workers is going to die. I knew before, but nothing really registered until last night, when I actually sat down and processed what was happening. It is someone I have worked with anywhere from 20-40 hours a week, for a year and a half. We talked, and joked, and thanks to that little bit, the day seemed to go by that much easier…

Goodbye Al. You will be missed.

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2 thoughts on “109656502086896653

  1. I have been trying to figure out how to say something about this. I just can’t. Many have heard me joke about him or make stupid comments, but he really has been a huge part of the HUB. I will surely miss him.

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  2. I know I of all people was not a big advocate for this man, he and I had our differences. But he was a major part of what we call the HUB today and with out him I only wonder where we would be. He led a very secluded life but he will be greatly missed and there will definately be no replacing Al. To a fallen co-worker…You will be missed but never forgotten Al. Thank you for all that you have done and in your own way thank you for keeping us all on the right path at work. The Hub is a family and in our own little way, in these up coming hours we will be loosing a family member.

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