In memory of Kernal_Tom

Subject: General Tech | June 23, 2014 - 05:53 PM |
Tagged: in memorium, fragging frogs

It was a sad day for the Fragging Frogs last Monday (6/16/14) when we lost one of our own, Kernal_Tom, known in the forums as tlemaste. He passed away due to complications from surgery to address his ongoing health issues.  He joined the PC Perspective Forums and the Fragging Frogs over 12 years ago after running into Lenny at his day job.  They became fast friends immediately and Kernal_Tom's great personality and positive attitude ensured he quickly became good friends with all the regular Fragging Frogs as well ... indeed he didn't give you much choice as he was one of the most frequent participants in Teamspeak and gaming nights.

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Anyone who knew him and has not yet done so can leave their remembrances and well wishes for Kernal_Tom's wife in this thread in the Forums.  This loss has hit many of us and sharing your memories can be helpful and is very appreciated.  Anyone who wishes to help out his wife please donate to this fundraiser which Lenny has kindly started on YouCaring.  Carol is also unfortunately in a battle to maintain her health and anything you can afford would help her greatly in this next stage of her life. 

Show how much you miss Kernal_Tom and remember him the way he would want you to... by showing up at least once a week to game with a Fragging Frog!

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June 23, 2014 | 10:38 PM - Posted by Hadrian (not verified)

RIP Kernal_Tom!

June 24, 2014 | 12:17 PM - Posted by Shortwave (not verified)

I never got to know this guy, I'm sort of low-key always..
But he seemed like a great fellow.

Rest in peace man, this next beer is in your good name.

June 25, 2014 | 11:59 AM - Posted by collie

Never knew the man, never gamed with him, but its always sad to see a member of the brotherhood go.

Rest in peace brother, frag on, frag on.

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