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Richard Brink
« on: Nov 15, 2013, 10:43 »
I have the sad responsibility to notify the nuke worker community that Richard Brink, formerly of Apollo, PA. passed this morning at 0200 hrs in Jacksonville, Florida among loving family.  Dick was one of the original Rad Services road techs, a long time friend, and fellow worker who threw me inside my first generator channel head way back in 1977.  He will be terribly missed.  No information at this time on services or internment.

So many friends passing lately gets me thinking of my own mortality.
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Re: Richard Brink
« Reply #1 on: Nov 15, 2013, 06:33 »
Sorry for your loss of friend and mentor.

I've been wondering about your mortality also...

A lot of good people have come out of Apollo, PA. and yes my friend we are all Mortal. With the help of radiation we have made our destinys what they are today.

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