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#1102742 - Fri May 15 2015 12:32 AM Re: Davey Lovett [Re: joker]  
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#1102822 - Fri May 15 2015 09:05 AM Re: Davey Lovett [Re: joker]  
jockbolter50  Offline
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Joined: Mar 2008
Posts: 4,915
Scotland
So sad to hear this.
From what I can gather it all happened rather quickly.

RIP Davey.


I've definately got this truck thing in my blood ... my DNA sequence has torque settings

"Of all the small nations of this earth,perhaps only the ancient Greeks surpass the Scots in their contribution to mankind" Winston Churchill.

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#1102824 - Fri May 15 2015 09:45 AM Re: Davey Lovett [Re: joker]  
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Joined: Feb 2002
Posts: 5,588
Tool Box

RIP Lovett...

-W


#1102973 - Sat May 16 2015 02:17 AM Re: Davey Lovett [Re: joker]  
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Posts: 11,020
South Central Kansas
We're going to miss you my friend.


Save a life, adopt a senior shelter pet.
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#1103089 - Sat May 16 2015 05:37 PM Re: Davey Lovett [Re: joker]  
Samantha  Offline
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Posts: 415
Central Florida
Rest in peace Davey. Thanks for your posts - you will be deeply missed.
Samantha


#1103092 - Sat May 16 2015 05:44 PM Re: Davey Lovett [Re: joker]  
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Jarvisburg, NC
RIP, Davey. I always enjoyed reading your posts.


Tim
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Z-series (54/55) GMC 350 (2-ton) COE
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#1106337 - Thu Jun 04 2015 03:51 AM Re: Davey Lovett [Re: joker]  
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Man.... I'm so sorry to hear about Lovett. Rest easy my friend.


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#1118155 - Sun Aug 09 2015 06:15 PM Re: Davey Lovett [Re: joker]  
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RIP Davey.. I enjoyed your banter.


Another quality post.


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#1216499 - Mon May 08 2017 09:07 PM Re: Davey Lovett [Re: joker]  
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I have not been on here in a while, years really, had not heard this news. Guys like Davey are not common in our lives. He and I worked together on a couple things years back and I really enjoyed his stories and thoughts on life. We had some fun BS sessions and I wish I had known sooner that he was gone. He sure kept life interesting.

Rest In Peace my friend.

Kyle


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