heddip
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4:00 PM - Oct 23, 2008 #31

I finally felt like I had come home when I found this site, 11 years after my accident.




Thanks Liz for helping so many of us!




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6:19 PM - Oct 24, 2008 #32

Thanks Liz - you helped me and many. Never met , but you were always there.
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5:21 PM - Oct 27, 2008 #33

Truly sucks. Not sure how far Id be if it wasnt for this place. Youll be deeply missed.


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7:16 PM - Oct 29, 2008 #34

I can't believe Liz is no longer with us, my thoughts go out to Neil and Liz's Family.


I first spoke to Liz in 2001, but did not get to meet her in person until Squires in 2004, she was one in a million and will be greatly missed on the Forum and
at all Future Squires meets!




Rest in Peace.




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9:40 PM - Nov 05, 2008 #35

Really can not believe this, RIP Liz .... Forever in our hearts XXX




Neil my thoughts are with you




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1:26 AM - Nov 14, 2008 #36

Liz,you are a true champion and will be sadly missed by absolutely everyone.


Rest Well Love, Paul
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8:25 PM - Nov 14, 2008 #37

just read this and can't believe that i will no longer read her advice, wisdom and very honest opinions regarding this very cruel injury. may she rest in
peace and enjoy her time in heaven finally free of pain...


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6:44 PM - Apr 28, 2009 #38

I've not been around for quite a while, and this was the first post I read. I'm quite devastated by this.


I know they're late, but my condolences go out to Neil and the rest of Liz's family.


I had great respect for Liz. If it hadn't been for her setting up this site all those years ago I think I would still have been a little lost.


R.I.P. Liz.
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1:56 PM - Oct 07, 2009 #39

I've just read this dreadful news.




Liz helped me so much in the early days (1999) when I understood very little of what BPI actually meant and I was desperate for answers. I was lucky enough to
have met her about 3 times and she always made me, my family and everyone she met feel so special.




I'm totally stunned and deeply saddened.
never take life seriously nobody gets out alive anyway!!!!!!!!!




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forgive us our spillage, as we forgive those who spill against us, And lead us not into incarceration, but deliver us from hangovers, for thine is the beer,
the bitter, and the lager. Barmen
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11:20 PM - Apr 26, 2010 #40

I cant believe it i should have read this first please accept my deepest apologies i made an unforgivable error. I have just sent liz a message on her profile remembering me to her we spoke some years ago but then i lost contact for one reason or another and never went to the agm to meet her and everyone else now i read that she has passed away my sympathy to her family she was an extraordinary lady and altho' its a good while since, i will mourn her passing as it was today. Once again my apologies, hers and your friend Stuart Harrison
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