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Board » In memoriam » In Memoriam - Finn Møller Christensen

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So sad to hear this news.
Rest easy Finn!
I have been asked by many SOLers who belong to the “ Italian Team” …sometimes called Armada….to represent here on their behalf the grief for the “ too early over the line” departure of Finn ……..

I have also been asked to extend to his family the Choral sentiment of condolence and sorrow.

Many of the ITA Team have had contact/s with Finn over QTVLM issues and have gained a lot from his expertise and unconditional availability.

So ….here it is ……done with pleasure.

Piero ….

On behalf of the entire Italian SOL Team
R.I.P. Finn. We will miss you.
Wow - so very sad to hear about this!
You will be missed...
RIP


/Niels
Finn... you will live on as an inspiration of how enthusiasm, hard work, and a bit of boldness can achieve so much with so little resources.

I enjoyed working with you. You were a great friend.

Good bye
very sad news, we will miss him

condolences to Bimmer´s family
Fair winds Bimmer. Very sad news hearing of your passing. I was hoping to meet you IRL one day. You will be missed. Condolences to the family. An inspiration to all of us on SOL in the virtual world, I can only imagine how he must have been larger than life in the real world.
Rest in peace Finn my friend. You will be missed.
So many words said, what can I add? We will miss you, Finn, your always good humour and matter-of-fact approach to life, and all the working together on set-ups, particulars, race descriptions, time lapses and all the rest. In your memory we plan to race a PYOC from Copenhagen to Svendborg. We will all think and talk of you more then. An announcement will be appearing soon.
Clipping along
Very sorry to hear this, we'll miss you mate, always ready to help, and a great racer. PRs wont be the same without you. Fair winds, rest in peace.
My condolences to his family

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