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With a heavy heavy heart


Robocop1051
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Warrant Officer 3 Richard Rawlins  ended his fight with Cancer today and took his journey on to a better place.He was 94 He was a Father ,Friend, and Husband and all around just a genuine man who loved life . He fought a unbelievable fight against a enemy that was relentless and in my eyes I have never seen anyone fight harder....he is loved and he will be missed travel well my Brother.......

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On 1/15/2022 at 9:53 AM, Magwa said:

Warrant Officer 3 Richard Rawlins  ended his fight with Cancer today and took his journey on to a better place.He was 94 He was a Father ,Friend, and Husband and all around just a genuine man who loved life . He fought a unbelievable fight against a enemy that was relentless and in my eyes I have never seen anyone fight harder....he is loved and he will be missed travel well my Brother.......

We share in the sorrow of your loss Mike, may the memories of him live long and well.

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Mike, I am sorry for your loss.  He was a great man whose legacy will live on in you and the others whom he guided to be great men and women in their own lives.

May he rest in peace now that his fight is over.  Heaven has gained a new warrior.  The struggle continues only for those left behind, but he prepared you well for the fight.  May God bless you and your family.

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Rest in Peace Warrant Officer 3 Richard Rawlins. A brother that I never met, but he sounds like a hell of a guy.

Sorry for your loss Mike. From the sounds of it, you've been a rock throughout his struggle here at the end. You're also a hell of a guy my friend. I look forward to sharing a drink with you around the fire some day.

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I'm sincerely sorry to here this, Mike.  His pain is over now, and he is peaceful, traveling forward from this point. 

Call me, brother, if you want to. 

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