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Zeno McAuley

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Once more it is my sad duty to inform the members of our community and the people of Second Life in general that one of our own has died.

Zeno McAuley joined The 1920s Berlin project in the early days and was one of my earliest and best friends.
He was involved in a million and one things and always willing to help out.

A charming and always friendly gent who made an impact on everyone he met.

A while ago he slowly became less active in Second Life but popped into Berlin now and then, usually with an alt, to hang out and enjoy the atmosphere of the sim he loved so much.

We knew his health wasn’t very good but had always hoped that the old Zeno would return again.

It was not meant to be.

If you knew Zeno, please inform as many of your shared friends of his passing.

We’re having a wake for Zeno at Der Keller, his old hangout in Berlin.
This will take place on the 15th of May at 2pm SLT.
A portrait will also be placed in our memorial garden in Tiergarten Park at a later time.

If you want to be there but are banned from Berlin or am not sure about visiting for one reason or another, please get in touch and your ban will be lifted for this gathering.

 

Our thoughts and prayers go to Zeno’s RL family and of course also his SL family and friends.

Auf wiedersehen Zeno.

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Bri Hasp

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Dear Berliners,

It is my sad duty to inform you of the passing of one of our own.
After she vanished last January I’ve been trying to find out what happened and today I learned that our long term tenant and friend Bri Hasp unfortunately passed away in RL.

She lived in our close community for years, was a friend to many and part of the furniture.
She was a local in our neighbourhood and a regular in Der Keller, Berlin won’t be the same without her.
The community meant a lot to Bri, she had even given family members a tour of her city.

We’ve had contact with her RL family and learned that Bri had a wonderful and fulfilling life but had been suffering from a medical condition for a while
She died at home in the presence of loved ones on January 9th.

According to her family Bri lived life to the fullest.

We’ll organise an gathering in Tiergarten park, by the memorial garden to remember her and to put her portrait on the monument.
A date and time will be announced later.

Our thoughts and prayers go to her RL family but of course also her SL family and friends.

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