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    RIP Chris seven - Chris Flavell

    I am sorry to inform that Chris Seven passed away last week

    I know many of us, was thankfull for the high tech knowledge, he shared on this forum

    Marek

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    Oh no!
    He was indeed a fine gentleman

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    An important point....he took his own life. Please keep talking to one another.
    RIP Chris.
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    So sad to hear this. A much valued contributor to the forum, a hub of knowledge and local associate within the early Porsche community in the UK. I will have fond memories of lengthy conversations with him on all things Porsche, as will many others I'm sure. He was the kind of guy that everyone knew within the industry and will be sorely missed. RIP Chris.
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    This is SO sad... Chris was a valued contributor here...
    A BIG loss to our community...

    RIP Chris
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    Yes, so sad....
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    As I told him, he was the best, period. He was so helpful and intelligent. He told me he didnt like posting publicly anymore but he did PM me with the info I was seeking. The best.

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    ... rip ...
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    RIP Chris. You will be sadly missed by the ESR group.
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    Shocking to hear. Chris was an amazing resource. Thinking of his family in this challenging time.
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