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  • sorry for your loss D' marco

    i was shocked to see the article in the p-d and i wnt to give my condolences to him and the rest of the Farr family:upset:

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    to the Farr family

    My thoughts and prayers go out to the Farr family in their moment of grief.


    • #3
      Dubbed him D'Marco Excellance after first seeing him play. Soon learned he was as great off as on the field. Having lost a son, there can be no condolence that will assuage their pain, but our thoughts & prayers may help a bit. ramgram


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        • #5
          Hardest thing ................No words...............Praying for The Farr family and their recovery.


          • #6
            D'Marco, keep your head up, US Ram fans remember you as you can see. Take care:upset:


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