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I was just thinking of them yesterday wondering if they still posted here.  I appreciated their thoughts on a wide variety of travel topics and ports and included them in my research. 

 

I will truly miss Stan's insights.

 

My sincere condolences to Jim. 

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45 minutes ago, kitty9 said:

My condolences to everyone.  Very sad to hear this. 

Yes so sad to hear about Jim.  Rest in peace.

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Very sorry to hear this news. Jim and Don Horner were my main factual reliable sources for all information regarding cruising on Oceania when we began cruising 12 years ago,  and now both are gone, as sitraveler alluded to in post #7. 
 

We were so very fortunate to sail in the Mediterranean with Stan and Jim, including an amazing significant birthday celebration for Stan in Polo, for sure the most memorable dinner party onboard a ship I ever have attended. Jim always was so wonderfully gracious to us sailing newbies after his lifetime of cruising experiences.

 

My condolences to Stan and family. May his memory be for a blessing.

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My wife Betsy, is heart-broken to hear this news...she and her former husband Don, as other's have mentioned, knew Jim very well, and shared some good times with Jim and Stan.   

I knew him (and Don), only thru reading their posts here on CC.

 

We send our condolences to Stan, and to Jim's family.

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So sorry to hear this.  I remember getting lots of Big O points when I was on his team for Name that tune.  He could identify songs with 2 or 3 notes only.  Great guy!

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Sorry to read of Jim's passing. He and Stan were terrific Partners in Cruise, great supporters of Oceania and this forum. Our condolences to Stan. I hope he will continue to cruise and post when able.

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Our sympathies to Stan.  Never had the pleasure of meeting them, but Jim was such a wealth of information and so willing to share his knowledge.  May he rest in peace....Fair Winds and Following Seas.

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Very sorry to hear this news.   Our sympathies to Stan & their families.

 

Both Jim & Stan helped me many times when we first started cruising Oceania.

 

Rhonda & Glen

Australia

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14 hours ago, rhohea said:

Very sorry to hear this news.   Our sympathies to Stan & their families.

 

Both Jim & Stan helped me many times when we first started cruising Oceania.

 

Rhonda & Glen

Australia

Going to miss his  wise thoughts and great pictures.   So sorry again.  

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15 hours ago, rhohea said:

Very sorry to hear this news.   Our sympathies to Stan & their families.

 

Both Jim & Stan helped me many times when we first started cruising Oceania.

 

Rhonda & Glen

Australia

Same here. Their help was invaluable to this then Oceania newbie.

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