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Thread: Bill Gammon Passes Away

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    Bill Gammon Passes Away

    It is with sad heart I tell you that one of the best friends you could have, Bill Gammon, in Benchrest passed away last night after a week in hospital from declining health. He will be sorely missed and will be hard to not hear that laugh of his from across the shooting ranges. May he rest in peace. No info on funeral arrangements yet.

    Jim

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    Bill is remembered by all who met him. He is one of a kind.
    RIP, Bill. You deserve that.
    Let the stories begin.

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    Very sad news

    My sincere condolences to Bill's family and he sure will be missed by all of benchresters and those that had the pleasure of knowing him. R.I.P. my friend.

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    Rest in Peace Bill RIP!

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    Very sorry to hear this. Great guy! Prayers for his family and loved ones.

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    Bill RIP.

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    Bill

    I just heard about my good friends passing. I will miss our annual tradition of roasted duck, that started about 20 years ago. He was one of a kind, RIP buddy.

    Dan H

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    Sad news

    RIP Bill
    It was was a pleasure to have known you!

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    This is sad to hear. Bill was a great supporter of the Benchrest game and to Benchrest in Canada for many years. He was definitely a character. He always wore that hat that was full of bullet holes and proudly displayed his custom painted stock. His laugh will be missed for sure. He was sure proud of that 10 shot 200 yrd group that he set a record with in 2005!
    Condolences to Barb.
    John VM

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    Very sad news indeed, Bill was a great ambassador to the sport....

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    I'll never forget that laugh. RIP Bill.

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    Bill, thanks for everything. I will miss you.

    Jeff Aberegg

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    Great guy, Bill was.

    Later
    Dave

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    Bill

    No info on memorial or funeral?

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    OUCH... RIP Bill

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