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Dear Members; I have just learned from Linda, Joe Rooney's wife, that dear Joe has passed away...in her words:

"I just wanted to let you know that Joe passed away yesterday morning at the hospital. The doctors thought that he had had a number of small strokes that helped to shut down his heart. Although it was not all that unexpected, it still was a terrible shock..."

Linda has specifically requested that I inform the Bedlington Forum members of his passing; I had planned to forward Linda the many greetings and wishes you have recently sent to Joe on this Forum in time for his birthday on Monday....

Please keep Joe and his family in your thoughts and send them the strength they'll need at this time. Thank you.

Maria.

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Very sad news indeed. Joe was a highly respected member of this forum and will be very sadly missed.

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A great loss, very well respected by all here.

R.I.P. Joe

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Great man, respected by all, cheers for the banter Joe, R.I.P.

Very sad news about a very well respected gentleman, Joe your posts will be greatly missed. R.I.P. mate.

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My sincerest condolences to all of Joe's family what a great loss to you and to the Bedlington forum i can't think of anyone who was more respected by all of us. we will miss his postings..........Brian

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Just noticed this. :(

RIP Joe you owld curmudgeon, you'll be sadly missed.

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