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    I found out the other day that a fellow hvac/tech that I know died this past Tuesday he was only 38 yrs. old. Very nice guy seemed happy go lucky. He owned Market Refrigeration here in Savannah, Georgia. He left a wife and young son, so please remember the Mercado family in your prayers.

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    Originally posted by rustbucket
    I found out the other day that a fellow hvac/tech that I know died this past Tuesday he was only 38 yrs. old. Very nice guy seemed happy go lucky. He owned Market Refrigeration here in Savannah, Georgia. He left a wife and young son, so please remember the Mercado family in your prayers.
    You got it.

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    will do.....

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    No problem...consider it done.

    It's a shame to hear that so close to home too.
    Get back to work.

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    Rustbucket,
    What a shame. We will say a prayer for the family as well as you. One of the hardest things in life to deal with is our own mortality. Hopefully we will live our lives in such a way that if such a thing does occur, we will have no regrets.
    Bob and Pam

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    Originally posted by rustbucket
    I found out the other day that a fellow hvac/tech that I know died this past Tuesday he was only 38 yrs. old. Very nice guy seemed happy go lucky. He owned Market Refrigeration here in Savannah, Georgia. He left a wife and young son, so please remember the Mercado family in your prayers.
    I am sorry to hear of this tragic loss.
    I had the priveledge of attending a stoelting class with Mr. Mercado earlier this year,he was a class act and a joy to be around.If there is anything we can do to help his surviving family,please keep us posted.I am at a loss for words.....

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    Sill do. Made a not so I do not forget.
    Len
    Old snipes don't die they just loose their steam

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    38, how did he die?
    Hey cockroach, don't bug me!

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    Bring Em Home....

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    Sure.

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    They are in my prayers as well as the rest of you.
    So happy to see people that pray in these Forums.
    Fuzzy

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    I was told it was suicide, I hope its not true but in the obituaries it said nothing about any illness or accident. It is very sad, he was always joking and always smiling.

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    That really sucks. Ya never know what is going on in some peoples heads.
    Hey cockroach, don't bug me!

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    Bring Em Home....

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    That is terrible...Dice is right, you never know what is in peoples heads. We lost a good Supermarket guy around these parts recently. He ran into a burning trailer to save 3 kids, only 1 out of 4 of them made it and I can't imagine what he is going through. We just don't know when we will punch out for the last time.

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