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RIP Emma

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The cyborg originally known as Serapth, later Mark and finally Emma, passed away on Monday.

At a bit of a loss, but I'm hoping you're the beginning of a zombie apocalypse, because I know that's how you'd want your death to play out.

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Appreciate that, Bret. 

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Awww... That's awful. I loved bantering with Emma/Mark. Incredibly intelligent, well-spoken, and gifted. She will be missed.

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21 hours ago, Jordan said:

The cyborg originally known as Serapth, later Mark and finally Emma, passed away on Monday.

At a bit of a loss, but I'm hoping you're the beginning of a zombie apocalypse, because I know that's how you'd want your death to play out.

I'm trying to find a link to the proper site, but on the obituary page it has this:

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At the time of Emma's passing she was currently raising money for Cure S.M.A. Donations in lieu of flowers would be greatly appreciated.

My guess is that it is this: https://secure2.convio.net/fsma/site/Donation2;jsessionid=00000000.app20115a?idb=2105316100&DONATION_LEVEL_ID_SELECTED=1&df_id=6883&mfc_pref=T&6883.donation=form1&NONCE_TOKEN=F00EA0CAA82BC3A2A7F048DA2A6D4CCC&idb=0

 

Obituary:

https://thesudburystar.remembering.ca/obituary/emma-mcallister-1077899566

 

 

Edited by gibby

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I've changed the flowers to a donation.

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19 hours ago, Bret said:

I've changed the flowers to a donation.

I donated $50 in her memory. I wasn't sure if memory or honour was better. They gave me the choice for some reason.

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RIP Emma. Sad news, but definitely someone who learned to live every moment of their life how they wanted to without fear. 

Not around here much anymore, but I wish nothing but the best for the LF.ca family. Emma seemed to touch the lives of many and she will be missed. 

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I thought something was messed up when I donated. Oh well. What's done is done. 

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