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IN MEMORY OF blast_from_the_past













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My condolences to all his friends and family, blast will be missed
















...even by crazy strangers in Yahoo Chat like me.
 
All I knew of blast was his text in chat, and his voice and music on the mic. But that was enough to know that he was a good guy, and it's really sorrowful to hear of his passing.
 
My thoughts and prayers go out to his friends and family, and though this probably won't offer any comfort at all...
 
I just wanted to say John and all of you are in my thoughts and prayers. And I wish I could do more than post this site in his memory, and respectful dedication.
















blast_from_the_past is still online in our hearts




Death notice from the Houston Chronicle...

John Francis Walsh Jr.

JOHN FRANCIS WALSH JR., 46, passed away on April 29, 2005. He earned a Bachelor's degree in Chemical Engineering, from Villanova University and specialized in the upgrading and modernization of refineries and chemical plants for Exxon-Mobil worldwide for more than 20 years. More recently, John worked as a real estate investor in the Houston Apartment community. John is survived by his wife, Beth of Houston, TX; son Daniel of South Orange, NJ; parents Anne and John F. Walsh, Sr. of Seven Lakes, NC; sister Maura and her family of Purcellville, VA; brother Michael and his family of Chicago, IL; and brother Terry also of Chicago, IL. A Celebration of John's career highlights was held on May 3, 2005 with Exxon-Mobil Collegues and local family in attendance. The Family will receive friends and co-workers at the couple's home on May 8, 2005 from 3-5 pm. A subsequent family memorial service will be held out of state. In lieu of flowers, please send donations to the American Liver Foundation, 75 Maiden Lane Suite 603, Ny, Ny 10038. info@liverfoundation.org
Published in the Houston Chronicle on 5/8/2005.

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