afterburnt wrote: »
They didn't speak a word of English, they were from South Carolina.
Nightfall wrote: »
I'm in a tough spot with money right now, long story, but I'd like to at least give something. Does anybody know how to donate money to the place he sold the records for?
TroyD wrote: »
If you would like to make a donation in Tiff's memory this is the place:
The Githens Center for the Handicapped
40 Cedar Street
Mt. Holly, NJ 08060
msg wrote: »
I've been watching the forum off and on throughout the day. I never had the pleasure of meeting or interacting with George, but I sure wish I had. When I saw this post early this morning, somehow, even before I read all the stories you guys have been posting throughout the day, recognizing the name, I felt saddened and affected by this news, and the board just wasn't the same today. So great to see everyone celebrating George with the stories and laughs. What a character.
Rest in peace, George. Wish I had a chance to know you like some of these other guys did.
madmax wrote: »
George will be missed. He was one of the first people I talked to on this site. I was afraid something was going wrong when he started getting rid of a bunch of his vintage stuff last year. RIP George.
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