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    Quote Originally Posted by Oddity View Post
    I remember who that was. Maybe they could update us if they know anything. (Not gonna name drop, but if that person should feel compelled to reach out to him, that'd be great. Otherwise, gotta be content respecting both their privacy, I reckon.)
    McDuff called FO on his home phone and his cell (see post # 6) but was not able to reach him on either phone.
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    If McDuff has his name he can do a FL obituary search. I have found a few of my friends that way.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SCIfor55yrs. View Post
    If McDuff has his name he can do a FL obituary search. I have found a few of my friends that way.
    I don't think he was originally from FL.

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    He grew up in West VA and Pennsylvania IIRC.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Oddity View Post
    He grew up in West VA and Pennsylvania IIRC.
    I recall this as well. I'm guessing he was in his late 50s to mid-60s when he was active here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Patton57 View Post
    I don't think he was originally from FL.
    Does not matter. The obits are usually put in the local/nearby newspapers and the search engines pick them up. They also glean them from funeralhome websites
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    I think you can do a national obituary search.

    Another idea, if someone has his name, can they get his address?? If you have the address you can go onto Zillow and see when the house sold last. If the house has been sold after 2013/14, either he died or moved someplace else. Just a thought.
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