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    Sorry to hear about his passing, but so glad he was able to get out and share that experience with your daughter. So many never get the opportunity.

    I'm sure he will be missed. But just think of him as having a better seat for the games now.
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    My condolences Quincy. It's a special thing when grandparents take an interest in their grandchildren's sports. After all, most of them have already been through it once with their own kids. I lost my dad a little over a year ago. But I like to think he's up there still bragging about his grand kids, just like he did when he was here.
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    My condolences quincy. While DD still has all 4, I had the chance to meet many in the past Grandparents of my players that are no longer around. It's always a loss to the players' and their families to lose one of their greatest cheerleaders.
    Win the games you're supposed to, win some of the games you're not and make the rest of the teams know they've been in a battle to beat you.

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