Re: Sadness at Catalina this morning

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Posted by Max Bottomtime on December 31, 2014 at 16:49:37:

In Reply to: Sadness at Catalina this morning posted by Brad on December 31, 2014 at 08:14:07:

Scuba Luv is suffering the loss of longtime instructor-son, Tim Mitchell to a furious Nor'easter storm. While serving as an Avalon Harbor Department Patrolman, Tim courageously attempted to save the King Neptune as she parted four mooring lines and was swept to Step Beach. The resultant crash took Tim's life. We will be in touch shortly regarding future plans in light of the loss of the King Neptune, but right now we are obviously grieving the loss of a son and sending our condolences to his family, en route from England and New Zealand.

Scuba Luv also grieves the loss of Bruce Ryder, long time Scuba Luv family member and former King Neptune captain and dive master. Bruce was lost in the same storm that claimed Tim and the King Neptune, but in an unrelated incident. There are no words to describe the devastation, and the Scuba Luv family appreciates your thoughts at this difficult time.

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