BlueBlood wrote:WOW Though!! He got to see the Seahawks win a Championship!! A small ray of light but a ray none the less.
Chrome_Seahawk wrote:I always thought of Les as kind of a Grumpy OId Man, but he was OUR grumpy old man dang it! This hit me like a ton of bricks this morning.....RIP Les, you'll be missed.
On a side note, I fully expect PM usage to drop over 10% without Les telling newbies to "Check their PM's"
I am sending this out as a mass mailing. As some of you know, my husband of 51 years passed away yesterday September 13. It was sudden and quite unexpected. I can’t seem to sleep, so I am up at this hour trying to inform all of you.
I also was trying to get into Seahawks.net to look at all of the things people had posted there but can’t seem to find a way to get in. Must be my addled brain. If any of you want to contact me, my email is xxxxxxxxx
I want to thank each and every one of you for being a friend to Les. I will miss him dearly. With much sadness,
Aros wrote:Les absolutely cherished Dachsund dogs. They had several through the years and they were no less family to him than his kids. I don't know about a particular charity but I found this that I am quite sure Les would approve.
kidhawk wrote:There are no words to express how I feel reading this post today. Les was a wonderful person who would go all out to help people he barely knew. Win or lose today this will be a sad day. I'm just glad he was able to enjoy our first Super Bowl before he left this life. My thoughts and prayers go out to his family both blood and the huge one he enjoyed here. He will be missed and will never be forgotten.