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Old 14-05-24, 01:06
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Default RIP Michel Perrier

Michel , a Montréal resident has passed recently at the age of 68.He was very well known as a trader in Militaria for over 35 years .He could find anything if it ever existed .He was a devoted husband , father , grandfather and a good friend to many . He will be missed .
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Old 14-05-24, 02:25
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Default sad to hear that.

too young! Damn thats my age...
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Old 14-05-24, 02:52
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Default Passing of Michel

Sad news indeed to hear of Michel's passing and condolences to his family. He was certainly well known within the militaria community and kept many of us supplied with much sought after pieces for our collections.
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Old 14-05-24, 12:10
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So sorry to hear this. My condolences to Michel's family.

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Old 22-05-24, 23:01
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I had dealt with Michel a few times over the years. It's always sad to lose those that promote the hobby, and he will be missed. Condolences to his family and friends.
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Old 23-05-24, 04:42
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I had a number of dealings with Michel over the years. His knowledge of military equipment he sold was great. He was a person who had a great way with people.
I will truly miss him. Condolences to his family, and friends.
RIP Michel.
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