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Charles Gus Peterson


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Charles Gus Peterson (65, August 5, 1954 - September 28, 2019) retired from the Air Force (1980 to February 2000) passed this past weekend after a battle with throat cancer caused by smoking and vaping. I met him when stationed at Landstuhl, Germany, in the early 1990s. We started the Kaiserslautern Amiga User Group which met each Thursday at the Vogelweh recreation center. After he retired from the Air Force, he moved to the Birmingham AL area because he did not want to deal with the annual snowfalls of his home town Brooklyn, NY. He had a passion for computers, technology, video games, and an unique sense of sarcastic humor. Until we meet again, "salute:.

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This is Gus shortly before retiring from the Air Force.

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This is Gus holding my son Fox in early 2017

 

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Vync  ,My condolences to your friend and his family

sorry to hear you lost a good friend.

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I am sorry to hear about your friend passing Vync. My thoughts and prayers for your friends family and you.

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Thanks @Buck52 and @paulstrgn

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Vync I too, as all of us extend our condolences on the loss of your old friend. The saying goes " you can make new friends, but you can't make any "new" old friends. Keep the ones you cherish close."

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@GBArmy Thanks. That saying is very true.

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