[meteorite-list] [IMCA List] Dave Gheesling
From: Paul Gessler <cetuspa_at_meteoritecentral.com>
Date: Thu, 12 Nov 2020 10:16:35 -0800
Very Sad news...
Gone from our sight, but never from our hearts.
From: John Cabassi via Meteorite-list
Sent: Wednesday, November 11, 2020 10:10 PM
To: Sean T. Murray
Cc: met-list ; IMCA New Mail List
Subject: Re: [meteorite-list] [IMCA List] Dave Gheesling
My heart is broken. Dave was a man of integrity and for whom I have
He has supported me in many ways. I've shared a beer and I've shared
some tears with him. He stands as an icon in the meteorite community
and a great family man.
Both Kat and I send our love and prayers to the Gheesling family,
especially Maddie and Kasia.
Dave was a truly genuine person and I am so grateful to have been his
friend and a part of his life. Rest in Peace my friend
John & Katina Cabassi
On Wed, Nov 11, 2020 at 9:57 PM Sean T. Murray via IMCA
<imca at mail.imca.co> wrote:
> It?s with a heavy heart that I write to the meteorite community this
> Dave Gheesling passed away yesterday (11/11), and we?re all trying to
> process the sudden loss. He was my best friend. I don?t have the words
> to express how much he meant to me, how much he influenced my life, and
> how blessed I was to have known the man.
> Dave?s love of family & friends, his positivity, his generosity and his
> enthusiasm for life are the example he has left for us all. Dave has been
> an important part of our community, and his contributions will live on as
> his legacy for many decades to come.
> I apologize for the abruptness of an email communication, but we were only
> able to contact a few people this evening, given the hour. Please, if you
> need anything, contact me directly so that we can give Dave?s family the
> time they need to prepare for the service. I will post more details as
> they are available.
> Sean Murray
> 678-367-7095 (cell)
> ?Our respective fates here on planet Earth are all inevitable. Sooner or
> later - and whether we like it or not - each of us will eventually assume
> room temperature. Seemingly against all odds, we are born, we experience a
> few decades on the big ball (if we're lucky), then we die. Our atoms are
> once again stirred back into the terrestrial soup, and that's about all
> she wrote.?
> -- Dave Gheesling, August 2009
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Received on Thu 12 Nov 2020 01:16:35 PM PST