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    Evan and I joined about the same time back when and we always talked. He was a friend that I enjoyed talking to and working to a common goal.

    You will be greatly missed but I will always do DIY with your passion close at hand.

    Rest in Peace
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    So sad, Zilch was JBL...he had a great wealth of knowledge, so sad to lose that. I was wondering why I haven't seen any post from him lately.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Widget View Post
    Here is a link to a farewell posting by his good friend Chris at AK.

    http://www.audiokarma.org/forums/sho...d.php?t=350053


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    Chris was indeed a good friend of Zilch's.

    RIP buddy!

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    Very sad indeed. I find it sad that a small comunity like LH can loose so many of its revered members. Very sad indeed.

    RIP!

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    RIP, Zilch.

    Having a moment of silence here in his honor.

    Russ


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    Damn! Although knowing it was inevitable, it is nevertheless a shock. I had corresponded a bit with Evan, and had vowed many times to visit him when I was in the Bay area, but never could make it work. And now, the chance is gone...yet, I still feel as if we'd been friends from all the posts where he bared his interests and passions. Yes, he took on most of us, but to prod us for more data, less wank! And mostly in a gentle way.

    Respects and RIP Evan, I'm sure you and J.B.L. are discussing the next project already!
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    Rest in peace Zilch.

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    Very sad news.

    He was soo passionate about the hobby, eloquent, and always helpful and willing to share.

    R.I.P. Evan – you will be missed.

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    This is sad news indeed.
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    A true loss here, and the world at large. RIP, sir.

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    RIP Zilch

    His dedication to the hobby and "try it and see" spirit will be sorely missed- RIP pal.

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    Very sad news indeed.

    Deepest condolences to his family and friends.

    John

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    RIP Evan.

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    it is sad to hear this news...

    condolences to those close to Zilch...
    he is, and will continue to be, missed by many...

    RIP brother...

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    Sad News indeed

    Slow as always I just caught up with this sad news today. What a loss. He certainly left his mark not the least being the worthy E wave project.
    A good bloke all round he will be sorely missed.

    Mac

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