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    Quote Originally Posted by boutila View Post
    Canada once again are mourning 3 deaths solider
    http://www.ctv.ca/servlet/ArticleNew...hub=TopStories
    Sgt. Christos Karigiannis, was one of my cadets in the late 80's at 588 Canadair Squadron. He earned his pilot's wings through the cadet program and later joined the CF to become a member of the CF's elite parachutists team the Skyhawks.

    Messages from friends and the public to Sgt. Karigiannis can be left at this link: http://www.legacy.com/Link.asp?I=GB000089374506

    R.I.P. Chris

    As Cadet in 1993

    As Airborne
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    Quote Originally Posted by EdT View Post
    Sgt. Christos Karigiannis, CD was one of my cadets in the late 80's at 588 Canadair Squadron. He earned his pilot's wings through the cadet program and later joined the CF to become a member of the CF's elite parachutists team the Skyhawks.

    R.I.P. Chris




    It sounds like he served his country with honour, you can be proud to have had a part in that legacy.

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    Canadian Soldiers Who Fallen So Far:Courtesy of Red Fridays Memorial
    Visit The site: http://www.redfridays.ca/memorials.html To Read Their Personal Memorials. Send Me A PM if their are anymore, updated. I'll edit this message to add them.

    "Pte. Nathan Lloyd Smith
    Apr. 17, 2002. 04:21 PM
    Pte. Nathan Lloyd Smith, died April 17, 2002 under friendly fire.

    Pte. Richard Green
    Apr. 17, 2002. Pte. Richard Green died April 17, 2002 under friendly fire.

    Sgt. Marc Leger
    Apr. 17, 2002.
    Sgt. Marc Leger died April 17, 2002 under friendly fire.

    Cpl. Ainsworth Dyer
    Apr. 17, 2002.
    Cpl. Ainsworth Dyer of the 3rd Battalion Princess Patricia's Light Infantry of Edmonton is seen in this undated file photo.

    Cpl. Robbie Beerenfenger
    Oct. 2, 2003.
    Cpl. Robbie Beerenfenger, 29, was killed Oct. 2, 2003 when his jeep hit a land mine or buried shell near the capital, Kabul.

    Sgt. Robert Short
    Oct. 2, 2003. 04:53 PM
    Sgt. Robert Short, 42, was killed Oct. 2, 2003 when his jeep hit a land mine or buried shell near the capital, Kabul.

    Cpl. Jamie Murphy
    Jan. 27, 2004. 03:44 PM
    Cpl. Jamie Brendan Murphy, killed in Kabul Jan. 27 in a suicide attack

    Private Braun Scott Woodfield
    Nov. 24, 2005.
    Private Braun Scott Woodfield of Victoria, B.C., shown in a August 26, 2005 photo in Kabul, Afghanistan was killed Thursday, Nov. 24, 2005 and four others injured when their armoured vehicle rolled over in Afghanistan.

    Canadian diplomat Glyn Berry
    Jan. 15, 2006.
    Canadian diplomat Glyn Berry, a political director posted with the provincial reconstruction team in Afghanistan, was killed near Kandahar in an apparent suicide bombing on Sunday, January 15

    Master-Corporal Timothy Wilson
    Mar. 5, 2006.
    Master-Corporal Timothy Wilson, of Grande Prairie, Alberta, who was seriously injured in the March 2 vehicle accident in Kandahar, Afghanistan, died at a U.S.-run hospital in Landstuhl, Germany early Sunday March 5, 2006.

    Cpl. Paul Davis
    Mar. 2, 2006.
    Corporal Paul Davis, a Canadian soldier from Bridgewater, N.S., serving with the 2nd Battalion, Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry (2 PPCLI) in Kandahar, was killed March 2 when the light armoured vehicle collided with a civilian taxi and then rolled over after hitting a ditch on the side of the road.

    Pte. Robert Costall
    Mar. 28, 2006.
    Canadian soldier Robert Costall was killed in a firefight with Taliban insurgents near Kandahar on March 28th.

    Bombardier Myles Mansell
    Apr. 22, 2006.
    Bombardier Myles Mansell was killed in Afghanistan April 22 with three other soldiers when a roadside bomb exploded next to their vehicle.

    Lieutenant William Turner
    Apr. 22, 2006.
    Lieutenant William Turner was killed in Afghanistan April 22 with three other soldiers when a roadside bomb exploded next to their vehicle.

    Corporal Matthew David James Dinning
    Apr. 22, 2006.
    Dyer was killed in Afghanistan April 22 with three other soldiers when a roadside bomb exploded next to their vehicle.

    Cpl. Randy Payne
    April 22, 2006.
    Payne, 32, was killed in Afghanistan April 22 with three other soldiers when a roadside bomb exploded next to their vehicle.

    Capt. Nichola Goddard
    May. 17, 2006.
    Goddard, a 26-year-old officer with the Royal Canadian Horse Artillery, was killed while serving as a forward observer, ready to bring down gunfire in support of the infantry. She was Canada’s first female fighting soldier to die by enemy fire.

    Corporal Anthony Joseph Boneca
    July 9, 2006.
    Corporal Anthony Joseph Boneca was killed during an engagement with the Taliban near Kandahar on the morning of July 9th.

    Corporal Jason Patrick Warren
    July 22, 2006.
    Corporal Jason Patrick Warren of The Black Watch in Montreal was one of two Canadian soldiers killed in Afghanistan on July 22, 2006.

    Corporal Francisco Gomez
    July 22, 2006.
    Corporal Francisco Gomez of the Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry based in Edmonton was one of two Canadian soldiers killed in Afghanistan on July 22, 2006.

    Private Kevin Dallaire
    Aug. 3, 2006.
    Private Kevin Dallaire of the 1st Battalion Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry was killed August 3, 2006 near the village of Pashmul, southwest of Kandahar City, Afghanistan.

    Cpl. Bryce Jeffrey Keller
    Aug. 3, 2006.
    Cpl. Bryce Jeffrey Keller of the 1st Battalion Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry died in Afghanistan Aug. 3.

    Sgt. Vaughn Ingram
    Aug. 3, 2006.
    Sgt. Vaughn Ingram of the 1st Battalion Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry died in Afghanistan on Aug. 3, 2006.

    Cpl. Christopher Jonathan Reid
    Aug. 3, 2006.
    Cpl. Christopher Jonathan Reid, of 1st Battalion, Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry, was killed Aug. 3 near Kandahar by a roadside bomb.

    Master Corporal Raymond Arndt
    Aug. 5, 2006.
    Master Corporal Raymond Arndt of the Loyal Edmonton Regiment died in a vehicle accident south east of Kandahar August 5, 2006.

    Master Cpl. Jeffrey Scott Walsh
    Aug. 9, 2006. 06:51 AM
    Master Cpl. Jeffrey Scott Walsh died in Afghanistan Aug 9, His death came just six days after he was re-deployed to the country for his second tour of duty.

    Cpl. Andrew James Eykelenboom
    Aug. 11, 2006.
    Cpl. Andrew James Eykelenboom, a Canadian Forces medic with One Field Ambulance based in Edmonton, was killed Friday in a suicide attack near Spin Boldak, about 100 kilometres south of Kandahar.

    Cpl. David Braun
    Aug. 22, 2006.
    Cpl. David Braun was killed in a suicide attack on Tuesday, Aug. 22, 2006 in Kandahar, Afghanistan.

    Warrant Officer Frank Robert Mellish
    Sep. 3, 2006.
    Warrant Officer Frank Robert Mellish was killed on September 3, 2006 in Afghanistan.

    Sergeant Shane Stachnik
    Sep. 3, 2006.
    Sergeant Shane Stachnik was killed while fighting Taliban insurgents in an operation whose roots trace back to the New York and Washington terror attacks."

    As sad as it is the list is so long I'll have to continue on another post.
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    Canadian Soldiers Who Fallen So Far Continued:Courtesy of Red Fridays Memorial Visit The site: http://www.redfridays.ca/memorials.html To Read Their Personal Memorials. Send Me A PM if their are anymore, updated. I'll edit this message to add them.

    "Private William Jonathan James Cushley
    Sep. 3, 2006.
    Private William Jonathan James Cushley was killed in Afghanistan on September 3, 2006.

    Pte. Mark Anthony Graham
    Sep. 4, 2006.
    Pte. Mark Anthony Graham, a member of 1st Battalion, Royal Canadian Regiment, based in Petawawa, Ont., was killed on Monday, Sept. 4, about 15 kilometres west of Kandahar City as Canadian troops participating in Operation Medusa were mistakenly strafed by a U.S. warplane.

    Warrant Officer Richard Francis Nolan
    Sep.3, 2006.
    Warrant Officer Richard Francis Nolan was killed on Sunday, Sept. 3 fighting against Taliban insurgents west of Kandahar City.

    Pte. David Byers
    Sep.18, 2006.
    Pte David Byers, a member of 2 PPCLI was killed on Sept 18, 2006 by a suicide bomber who attacked his patrol in Afghanistan

    Cpl. Keith Morley
    Sep.18, 2006.
    Corporal Keith Morley, of 2nd Battalion, Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry was killed on Sept 18, 2006 by a suicide bomber who attacked his patrol in Afghanistan.

    Cpl. Shane Keating
    Sep.18, 2006.
    Corporal Shane Keating of 2nd Battalion, Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry was killed on Sept 18, 2006 by a suicide bomber who attacked his patrol in Afghanistan.

    Cpl Glen Arnold
    Sep.18, 2006.
    Cpl Glen Arnold, a member of 2 Field Ambulance, was killed Sept 18, 2006 by a suicide bomber during a foot patrol in Afghanistan.

    Pte. Josh Klukie
    Sep.29, 2006.
    Canadian soldier Pte. Josh Klukie was killed by an improvised explosive device, while he was conducting a foot patrol in the Panjwayi district, Kandahar Province, Afghanistan.

    Sgt Craig Gillam
    Oct 3, 2006.
    Sgt. Craig Gillam was killed October 3, 2006 in clashes with the Taliban. Gillam was one of two Canadian Armed Forces trooper to die during the intense fighting this day in Afghanistan.

    Cpl Robert Mitchell
    Oct. 3, 2006.
    Cpl Robert Mitchell was killed October 3, 2006 in clashes with the Taliban. Mitchell was one of two Canadian Armed Forces trooper to die during the intense fighting this day in Afghanistan.

    Trooper Mark Wilson of the Royal Canadian Dragoons
    Oct. 7, 2006.
    Trp. Mark Wilson was killed on October 7 when the RG-31 he was traveling in was hit by an improvised explosive device (IED) in the Panjwayi area, approximately 25 km west of Kandahar, Afghanistan.

    Pte. Blake Williamson, 1st Battalion, Royal Canadian Regiment
    Oct. 14, 2006.
    Pte Blake Williamson was killed on October 14 when his unit was ambushed near the new Panjwayi development road, 25km West of Kandahar City.

    Sgt. Darcy Tedford, 1st Battalion, Royal Canadian Regiment
    Oct. 14, 2006.
    Sgt. Darcy Tedford was killed on October 14 when his unit was ambushed near the new Panjwayi development road, 25km West of Kandahar City.

    Cpl. Albert Storm from the 1st Battalion, The Royal Canadian Regiment Battle Group
    November 27, 2006.
    Canadian soldier Cpl. Albert Storm from the 1st Battalion, The Royal Canadian Regiment Battle Group was killed by suicide attack on Monday November 27, 2006 A suicide car bomber struck a military convoy near the southern Afghan city of Kandahar.

    Chief Warrant Officer Robert Girouard, the Regimental Sergeant Major of the 1st Battalion
    November 27, 2006.
    Canadian soldier Chief Warrant Officer Robert Girouard, the Regimental Sergeant Major of the 1st Battalion was killed by suicide attack on Monday November 27, 2006 A suicide car bomber struck a military convoy near the southern Afghan city of Kandahar

    Corporal Kevin Megeney, Reserve -1st Battalion, The Nova Scotia Highlanders
    March 7, 2007.
    Canadian soldier Corporal Kevin Megeney, Reserve -1st Battalion, The Nova Scotia Highlanders was killed by accidental friendly fire on Tuesday March 7, 2007 The accident took place in the compounds of a non war area in Afghanistan.

    Master Cpl. Christopher Paul Stannix, 24, of Dartmouth, N.S. reservist with the Princess Louise Fusiliers, Halifax
    April 8, 2007
    Christopher Stannix one of six Canadian soldiers were killed and two of their comrades were injured today in Afghanistan after a roadside bomb exploded near their vehicle. The incident occurred at approximately 13:30 hrs Kandahar time, west of Kandahar City. Stannix was promoted in the field to Master Corporal in Afghanistan

    Cpl. Brent Poland, 37, of Camlachie, Ont. 2nd Battalion, The Royal Canadian Regiment
    April 8, 2007
    Six Canadian soldiers were killed and two of their comrades were injured today in Afghanistan after a roadside bomb exploded near their vehicle. The incident occurred at approximately 13:30 hrs Kandahar time, west of Kandahar City.

    Pte. David Robert Greenslade, 20, of Saint John, N.B. 2nd Battalion, The Royal Canadian Regiment
    April 8, 2007
    David Greenslade one of six Canadian soldiers were killed and two of their comrades were injured today in Afghanistan after a roadside bomb exploded near their vehicle. The incident occurred at approximately 13:30 hrs Kandahar time, west of Kandahar City

    Cpl. Aaron E. Williams, 23, of Lincoln, N.B. 2nd Battalion, The Royal Canadian Regiment
    April 8, 2007
    Aaron Williams one of Six Canadian soldiers were killed and two of their comrades were injured today in Afghanistan after a roadside bomb exploded near their vehicle. The incident occurred at approximately 13:30 hrs Kandahar time, west of Kandahar City.

    Pte. Kevin Vincent Kennedy, 20, of St. Lawrence, N.L. 2nd Battalion, The Royal Canadian Regiment
    April 8, 2007
    Kevin Kennedy one of six Canadian soldiers were killed and two of their comrades were injured today in Afghanistan after a roadside bomb exploded near their vehicle. The incident occurred at approximately 13:30 hrs Kandahar time, west of Kandahar City

    Sgt. Donald Lucas, 31, of Burton, N.B. (but raised in St. John's). 2nd Battalion, The Royal Canadian Regiment
    April 8, 2007
    Donald Lucas one of the six Canadian soldiers were killed and two of their comrades were injured today in Afghanistan after a roadside bomb exploded near their vehicle. The incident occurred at approximately 13:30 hrs Kandahar time, west of Kandahar City.

    Master Corporal Allan Stewart, The Royal Canadian Dragoons, based in Petawawa, Ont.
    April 11, 2007
    On the eve of six killed April 8, 2007 coming home Master Corporal Allan Stewart was killed when his vehicle was bombed by an road side IED during heavy fighting with the Taliban resistance. Three other CF soldiers were, one seriously, as a result of this attack.

    Trooper Patrick James Pentland, The Royal Canadian Dragoons, based in Petawawa, Ont
    April 11, 2007
    On the eve of six killed April 8, 2007 coming home Trooper Patrick James Pentland was killed when his vehicle was bombed by an road side IED during heavy fighting with the Taliban resistance. Three other CF soldiers were, one seriously, as a result of this attack

    Master-Corporal Anthony Klumpenhouwer, 25, from Listowel, Ontario
    April 18, 2007
    A Canadian soldier who died in Afghanistan on April 18th has been identified. Master-Corporal Anthony Klumpenhouwer, 25, from Listowel, Ontario, was killed in an accident. The communications technician was working on a tower when the accident occurred.

    Corporal Matthew McCully, (CP/HO/Canadian Armed Forces), 25, from Orangeville, Ontario
    May 25, 2007
    A Canadian soldier who died in Afghanistan on May 25, 2007 has been identified. Corporal Matthew McCully, 25, from Petawawa, Ontario, was killed in IED attack. He was a signaler and communications specialist working, like 70 other Canadian troops in the Operational Mentoring and Liaison Team, with soldiers of the Afghan National Army. An Afghan interpreter was slightly injured in the blast.

    Master Corporal Darrell Jason Priede from Gagetown, NB
    May 31, 2007
    OTTAWA – Master Corporal Darrell Jason Priede, a military Imagery Technician serving with the International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) Regional Command (South) Headquarters at Kandahar Airfield, was killed when the helicopter in which he was a passenger went down at approximately 9 p.m. Kandahar time on 30 May, near the town of Kajaki, Helmand Province, about 95 kms northwest of Kandahar City. Master Corporal Priede was a member of the Army News Team from 3 Area Support Group, based at Canadian Forces Base Gagetown, New Brunswick

    Trooper Darryl Caswell of The Royal Canadian Dragoons (RCD), 25, based at Petawawa, Ont.
    June 11, 2007
    OTTAWA – Trooper Darryl Caswell (Bomanville) was killed today when a roadside bomb detonated near the vehicle he was traveling in, about 40 km north of Kandahar City. The incident occurred at approximately 6:25 p.m. Kandahar time (10:05 a.m. EST).

    Corporal Stephen Frederick Bouzane, Charlie Company, 3rd Battalion Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry (3 PPCLI) from CFB Edmonton.
    June 20, 2007
    OTTAWA – Corporal Stephen Frederick Bouzane was killed when the vehicle he was traveling in struck an improvised explosive device on the main road, approximately 6 km west of Forward Operating Base Sperwan-Gar. The incident occurred while the soldiers were conducting resupply operations between checkpoints.

    Private Vincent Wiebe, Charlie Company, 3rd Battalion Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry (3 PPCLI) from CFB Edmonton.
    June 20, 2007
    OTTAWA – Private Vincent Wiebe was killed when the vehicle he was traveling in struck an improvised explosive device on the main road, approximately 6 km west of Forward Operating Base Sperwan-Gar. The incident occurred while the soldiers were conducting resupply operations between checkpoints.

    Sergeant Christos Karigiannis, Charlie Company, 3rd Battalion Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry (3 PPCLI) from CFB Edmonton.
    June 20, 2007
    OTTAWA – Sergeant Christos Karigiannis was killed when the vehicle he was traveling in struck an improvised explosive device on the main road, approximately 6 km west of Forward Operating Base Sperwan-Gar. The incident occurred while the soldiers were conducting resupply operations between checkpoints."

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    To All our Fallen Soldiers we read you this:

    The Fallen Soldier

    "Fallen Soldier All Alone
    Fallen Soldier Far From Home.
    Trickling Down His Face A Tear,
    Forgetting How It Feels To Fear
    Death And All It's Fate And Glory.
    Now It's Here, No Need To Worry.

    Fallen Soldier All Alone
    Fallen Soldier Far From Home
    He's One Of Those They'll All Forget;
    The Life He Lived, The Goals He Set,
    The Ones He Loved, The Ones Who Wait
    To See His Nearly Forgotten Face.

    Fallen Soldier All Alone
    Fallen Soldier Far From Home
    Now Breathing's Just A Waste Of Breath
    And Living's Just A Waste Of Death
    As He Searches For A New Address;
    A Brand New Home Free Of Loneliness.

    Fallen Soldier All Alone
    Fallen Soldier Far From Home
    Lying Motionless On The Ground,
    The Battle Raging All Around.
    For Now He Is Not All Alone.
    This Fallen Soldier Is Welcomed Home. "

    -Branden Hidalgo
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    Canadian Soldiers Who Fallen So Far Continued: Our most recent on the day of American Independence. (Details to follow Later.)

    Capt. Matthew Johnathan Dawe, 3rd Battalion, Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry was killed on July 4, 2007.

    Master Cpl. Colin Bason, a reservist from The Royal Westminster Regiment was killed on July 4, 2007.

    Cpl. Cole Bartsch, 3rd Battalion, Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry was killed on July 4, 2007.

    Pte. Lane Watkins, 3rd Battalion, Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry, was killed on July 4, 2007.

    The other Two soldiers have not been identified by the request of their family. May they ALL REST IN PEACE.
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    My heart felt condolences go out to the family and friends of the recent Canadian Soldiers that were killed. MCpl Bason was based out of the regiment that my corps parades out of during the winter months so it is like losing a member of FRASER's extended family.
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    Current Death Toll Per Year.Courtesy of Red Fridays.

    http://www.redfridays.ca/index.htm

    Canadian Casualties

    Year Deaths
    2002 4
    2003 2
    2004 1
    2005 1
    2006 36
    2007 22
    Total 66


    US Casualties

    Year Deaths Wounded
    2003 486 2408
    2004 848 7997
    2005 846 5946
    2006 824 6372
    2007 279 1568
    Total 3283 24291
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    Lyle James Robert Allsopp

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    December 5th 1988- September 9th 2007


    This is the hardest thing i have ever done in my life, Having to be the one to bear the worst news ever brought to me. Lyle had a Firearms accident which claimed his life yesterday which was a complete shock to everyone who has ever known him. His passion for survival, leadership, and comedy made him a great person to work with and be around. He wanted to return to cold lake as a CIC Officer and a RCMP Officer, its a real shame that he couldn't do either because he would have been the best.


    Lyle you were my Best Friend and My Brother May You Rest In Peace


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    My condolences to you, his friends and family
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    Kyle, my deepest condolences to you. I don't even know quite what to say. From what I saw of him in the LNLC he seemed like an amazing person, I wish I'd had the opportunity to meet him. It's a great shock to me, certainly, and I'm sure it was an even greater shock to you and everyone who knew him.

    I'd like to take this opportunity to extend my deepest condolences to anyone who knew him well, his family, anyone who had the pleasure of meeting him.

    May he rest in peace forever in the earth, and in hearts and minds.
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    Very sad news indeed. My condolences to you and to his family as well.

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    Kyle, I would like to offer my condolences to you and to the Allsopp family and friends of Lyle. From what I seen here on CW, Lyle was one hell of a guy. I can honestly say, I loved the guy. He was always so cheerful, easy-going and had a passion to make people smile. This must be one hard time for you and I offer you my help if ever you need whatsoever. CW is there for you and your friends are also.
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    my condolences to those who knew him

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    What a tragedy, almost unbelievable.. Having lost my own best friend only a few short months ago, I will never forget what it's like.. And I'd like to extend my deepest condolences and lots of love to all of Lyle's friends and family, you'll be in my prayers.

    Lyle was a great person to talk to, very cheery and always fun. He'll always live on in the hearts and memories of those who knew and loved him. Rest in peace Lyle. <3
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    My thoughts go out to Lyle's family, and all his good friends, particularly Kyle. He was a great person, and I count myself lucky to have known him and privileged to have called him my friend. Be at peace Lyle.
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    Having met Lyle personally this summer, I'm pretty wrecked right now. He was a great person, always a pleasure to work and play with.

    My deepest condolences go to Kyle, his best friend, as well as the rest of his family. I know that Cold Lake has lost an excellent staff member, and Mr Allsopp will never be forgotten.

    Rest in peace, buddy. I'll never forget the good times we shared. <3
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    My deepest condolences to everyone that knew and was affected by Lyle. I never had a chance to meet him, but by the sounds of it, he was a pretty fantastic guy.

    Rest in Peace, Lyle. <33

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    Deapest condolances.

    I just talked to him on here...its a shock really.

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    This is so tragic. I cannot count how many times he made me smile. I feel so priviliged to have met him personally. He was an amazing person, and the memory of him shall live forever. I got the news about his passing in math class and I cried. I don't want to believe it because he was too amazing to die.
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    Wow... Lyle Allsopp. I don't even know where to start. I only had a chance to get to know him as an acquaintance, not as well as I would have liked to. My condolences go out to his family and close friends. You'll always be remembered. God bless your soul.
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