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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by blackrat40, May 4, 2019.
Wow yesterday I was wondering about him and his car. RIP
There is no cancer as bad as PC, RIP brother!!
Rip Mickey. You gave it your best fight. God bless your family.
My heart felt condolences to his family and friends.
(Thank you kidcampbell71 for posting this sad news, I was just wondering what has happened)
Sad news. He had a great attitude. RIP sir.
Pancreatic cancer took my mom just before her 81st birthday. Bobss396 is right, pancreatic cancer is the worst of the worst. RIP and enjoy the view from above.
RIP Mickey, you were an inspiration.
See you on the other side.
@kidcampbell71 - thanks for the follow up.
So sad - rip ..... prayers and condolences to the family .....
I, too, was recently wondering about him. So sorry to read this today. Couldn't help but to shed a few tears even though I didn't really know him. Really hate to lose anyone, I have lost a few friends to pancreatic cancer. Rest in Peace, my dear Sir. Ron
So sad. Best wishes.
RIP Mickey! You gave it a good fight!
A buddy down the street from us also has pancreatic cancer, and the tumor is wrapped around his celiac artery. They have been able to shrink the tumor with radiation and chemo, but surgery is not an option. He has decided not to have any more medical treatment but is doing some homeopathic stuff instead.
He has a driveable but unfinished '37 Plymouth with a 472 Cadillac motor that he is working to finish up for his son before the cancer gets a second wind. The interior is at the upholstery shop, and it needs a complete re-wire which he has someone lined up to do.
Nearly two years ago he sent Moore's Auto Salvage in Rapid City, SD a significant sum of money to ship him some bumpers and trim pieces. In spite of many phone calls, emails, and filing a mail fraud claim, those assholes have never shipped anything.
I was content thinking no news is good news, today we hear Micky lost his fight, I would like to offer my heartfelt sympathy to the family and his many friends.
Rest in peace Micky, with your positive outlook you touched more lives than you knew. HRP
So sorry to hear this. Our thoughts and prayers go out to his family and friends.
I am sad to hear the news, I was hopeful that Micky could beat the dreaded cancer but alas it just wasn't meant to be, I guess. I always look for some good in everything that happens and in this all I can come up with is he doesn't have to suffer anymore! My condolences to Micky's family and many good friends.
Very sad news. A true hot rod guy. My deepest sympathy to his family. God Bless.
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I hate to hear it. Pancreatic cancer got my uncle also. Its not a pleasant way to go. God bless him and his family.
Sorry to see this, may he rest in peace
Mickey may you Rest In Peace. Prayers for you and your family sent from Kentucky.
Dammit! I got in touch with Mick after his post......... We chatted about things, and He had a great "tude about it. We discussed as men, and life...... I'm sorry he lost the fight. RIP my friend.........
Condolences to Hamber Blackrat's Family and Friends in his passing...I enjoyed my short chats with him here about his life around Hotrods and Go Fast. Rest in Peace Hotrodder...
Riding hot rods in heaven... godspeed
It got my Dad back in '05 at 59 years old. Pancreatic cancer is a real bastard!
Sad to hear this. My condolences to family and friends. Godspeed.
No time like the present to love and hug family and friends. Mick inspired all of us.
RIP, Mickey! See ya on the other side, Bro!
A dear friend of mine of 40 years was lost to exactly the same type of PC tumor last summer. He thought he'd almost beaten it as his last scan 2 months earlier had shown they had managed to shrink it to almost nothing, with chemo and radio over the previous 12+ months of treatment, but 4 weeks before he was due for a followup scan, he fell very ill, and within a week was in a hospice, and within another few days he was gone, leaving a wife of 25 years and 3 kids, aged 19, 17 & 15.
Its a very grim cancer with almost always only one outcome.
A very close friend, neighbor and a car guy s well passed last week after a 2 1/2 year battle with first Esophogeal and then Brain cancer. He was always there doing for others and was very active in our church youth ministry. He was a great man. Why does Cancer always seem to attack our best? Rich Baker you are going to be truly missed by many Rest In Peace.
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