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  • NU Pastime
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    Forgive my tardiness to this news. But I also just want to pass along my condolences. He definitely made this forum a more lively place and his passion and commitment to his team was admirable. RIP

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  • NUProf
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    Originally posted by neumyer View Post
    I was thinking that this similar to when we have lost key contributors in the past, except far worse due to the age of Remy’s children. For those of you that have been around here for along time probably remember Kashmunnie (Kash) and CrosbyNU61. They were all passionate about their teams, Plattsburgh, Trinity and Norwich, and because of this you could sometimes take issue with their comments, but you had to admire and respect them for their fierce loyalty to their teams.
    I was trying to remember Kash's name, but he came up in my thoughts, and I knew Crosby really well. Sad times.

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  • Transplanted Tiger Fan
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    Obituary

    Throwing one back in your honor next game, Remy.

    ~TTF

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  • neumyer
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    I was thinking that this similar to when we have lost key contributors in the past, except far worse due to the age of Remy’s children. For those of you that have been around here for along time probably remember Kashmunnie (Kash) and CrosbyNU61. They were all passionate about their teams, Plattsburgh, Trinity and Norwich, and because of this you could sometimes take issue with their comments, but you had to admire and respect them for their fierce loyalty to their teams.

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  • 17'sfanNU
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    Sorry to here that fellow native Plattsburgian Remy has passed away from this terrible virus. I used to be a Cardinal fan when I lived in the Burgh up until the late 80's, so I never had the pleasure of meeting him. I certainly can appreciate his passion not only for the Cards, but hockey in general. He passed that love unto the younger generation which is a priority for every adult to make a better world for the future. My thoughts and prayers are with his family. RIP

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  • 93GreatLaker
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    Always enjoyed the back and forth with Remy. Loved his passion. Blessings to his family and friends.

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  • NUProf
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    That is sad to hear, especially for his family.
    He always added to the discussion, although frequently his view point was way off from mine, but he was always passionate about his Cards.
    COVID is a nasty thing.

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  • KnightsOfTheRound
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    Unbelievably sad. RIP Remy and prayers for his young family.

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  • CARDS_rule_the_Burgh
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    Remy’s passing is definitely a sad day for this community. As others have said, Remy’s tendency to be unwavering in his opinions meant he and I didn’t see eye-to-eye, but it was clear to everyone that he had an undying love for DIII hockey and the community on this forum.

    Looking back, I’m remembering all the work he put in to organize the annual “poster of the year” tournaments, the time I rode along as he drove FAR too fast down I87 to catch a Skidmore game, and of course all the February/March debates about DIII’s archaic methods for seeding the NCAA tournaments.

    Above all, I’m devastated for his wife and children, as well as the kids on the youth hockey team he coached. They all lost a good man. Rest In Peace, friend.

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  • Saints17
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    RIP Remy.

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  • spwood
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    Even as a Cardinal fan, Remy and I had our disagreements. I remember him from the old D-3 board as a kid wading into arguments with more knowledgeable adults. He knew what he thought and he always held his ground! He was a diehard Cardinal supporter and he will be missed in Cardinal Country...

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  • bakdraft21
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    I was wondering why we had not heard from Remy in sometime, what a horrible thing to happen to such a young energetic person and hockey fan,I hope the family can overcome his loss.We spent many times breaking balls about the Platty v Oswego rivalry, and of course the 87' season that was not to be for me and my teammates.Although the boards have gone down here he will still be missed evrytime I read a post from a platty fan or a post of Fish's that Remy would have blasted....RIP Remy....Thanks Prez for the info...donation made...
    Last edited by bakdraft21; 11-09-2021, 09:57 AM.

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  • Fishman'81
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    Remy and I always bantered, sometimes argued, but he was a good guy and a true believer. I'll miss him on here. My sincere condolences to his friends and to his family. This board is a lesser entity via his passing. May he be in a better place.

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  • Chris Lerch
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    Terrible news. Thanks for letting us know.

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  • MELIN27
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    I don't know anyone on these boards but always check in to read the latest comments. Very sad to hear of Remy's passing. COVID is devastating for so many. I was hopeful that we were on the road to managing this and getting past it, but then we get reminders that it is still wrecking havoc in our communities. Thoughts to his family and friends.

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