We lost a fellow ASLer yesterday

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This is cross-posted from my blog on CSW:

My good friend and battle buddy, SGM (ret) Guy Flummerfelt died this morning. He was killed on I-696 after he got into a fender bender with another car. He and the other driver got out to check and were both struck and killed by two other vehicles.

Guy was the Senior Enlisted Adviser for the Joint Reserve Intelligence Support Element - Detroit when I was the unit's director. He was very competent and was an excellent adviser to me and took great care of his soldiers, airmen, sailors and marines. I relied on him heavily.

He also worked as one of the intelligence specialist at the G2 US Army TACOM LCMC on my team. He supported the light tactical wheeled vehicle programs.

Guy played ASL and WH40K among many other wargames. He loved gaming and was always a great opponent. He and I were currently in the midst of playing the scenarios CH!'s Krinkelt-Rocherath pack. He was playing the Germans. We last played on January 17th. That was the last day I had the pleasure of his company.

Guy was a great man, always helpful and friendly, with a calming demeanor. He will be greatly missed. I am simply stunned and am frankly going numb over this.

O Ruler of the universe, Lord God, by the strength of your own arm you have won for us final victory over the power of sin and death: We give you thanks for your servant Guy who served as a soldier in the armed forces of our nation, giving of his life for the defense of liberty and the preservation of freedom. Grant to him a place of eternal rest and peace in your eternal dwelling place, that with all the heavenly host, the noble army of martyrs, and all the powers of heaven he may praise your great and glorious Name unto the ages of ages. Amen.
 

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Sorry for your - and the community's - loss.
 

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That is terrible. Sorry for your loss.

Unfortunately these posts are coming faster than I remember in the past.
 

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Very sorry to hear about this...my sincere condolences.

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Very sorry to hear this.
Simply tragic
 

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Sincerest condolences. What a tragedy.
 

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My condolences.
Take heart: "Hope does not put us to shame, because God's love has been poured into our hearts through the Holy Spirit who has been given to us."
Romans 5.5
 

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This is cross-posted from my blog on CSW:

My good friend and battle buddy, SGM (ret) Guy Flummerfelt died this morning. He was killed on I-696 after he got into a fender bender with another car. He and the other driver got out to check and were both struck and killed by two other vehicles.

Guy was the Senior Enlisted Adviser for the Joint Reserve Intelligence Support Element - Detroit when I was the unit's director. He was very competent and was an excellent adviser to me and took great care of his soldiers, airmen, sailors and marines. I relied on him heavily.

He also worked as one of the intelligence specialist at the G2 US Army TACOM LCMC on my team. He supported the light tactical wheeled vehicle programs.

Guy played ASL and WH40K among many other wargames. He loved gaming and was always a great opponent. He and I were currently in the midst of playing the scenarios CH!'s Krinkelt-Rocherath pack. He was playing the Germans. We last played on January 17th. That was the last day I had the pleasure of his company.

Guy was a great man, always helpful and friendly, with a calming demeanor. He will be greatly missed. I am simply stunned and am frankly going numb over this.

O Ruler of the universe, Lord God, by the strength of your own arm you have won for us final victory over the power of sin and death: We give you thanks for your servant Guy who served as a soldier in the armed forces of our nation, giving of his life for the defense of liberty and the preservation of freedom. Grant to him a place of eternal rest and peace in your eternal dwelling place, that with all the heavenly host, the noble army of martyrs, and all the powers of heaven he may praise your great and glorious Name unto the ages of ages. Amen.
he was just as Museum Fest in January wow sad
 
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