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Thread: Paul Rainbolt - Jan 11, 1959 - January 12, 2015

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    Default Paul Rainbolt - Jan 11, 1959 - January 12, 2015

    Paul's condition has turned for the worse and the outlook is not good.

    Prayers are needed and appreciated



    http://www.gofundme.com/paulrainboltfund

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    so sorry to hear this. When bad things happen to good people. Cancer sucks!
    Susan

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    Last night Paul gathered his friends and family at his bed side and told us his prognosis and that his time here on earth is short. His bravery & strength in such a dire situation was unimaginable. His only concern was for his family and friends and how we felt. Needless to say there wasn't a dry eye in the room. We passed the evening recalling old dogs, hunts and trials and the many, many miles we had logged with Paul. James Roberts was bringing Gypsy, Paul's young dog up to the Hospital today so they could be together.

    Today take a moment to think of Paul and shoot him a note to let him know he is in your thoughts and prayers. Also, remember life is fragile and don't take for granted a hunting trip, training day, or just a chance to hang out with your friends and family. Be present in this life.

    RD

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    Prayers from Kansas.
    Just for the record I have very fine dogs. Some of the best in the whole country....or at least on my own block anyhow.

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    Praying hard for you Paul, you have the best friends and family.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gunners Up View Post
    Last night Paul gathered his friends and family at his bed side and told us his prognosis and that his time here on earth is short. His bravery & strength in such a dire situation was unimaginable. His only concern was for his family and friends and how we felt. Needless to say there wasn't a dry eye in the room. We passed the evening recalling old dogs, hunts and trials and the many, many miles we had logged with Paul. James Roberts was bringing Gypsy, Paul's young dog up to the Hospital today so they could be together.

    Today take a moment to think of Paul and shoot him a note to let him know he is in your thoughts and prayers. Also, remember life is fragile and don't take for granted a hunting trip, training day, or just a chance to hang out with your friends and family. Be present in this life.

    RD
    Such a helpless feeling for everyone, what to say, what to do, we're all on a time table, for Paul, his wife, and children I wish his was much longer.

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    Thoughts and prayers from Kansas!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gunners Up View Post
    Last night Paul gathered his friends and family at his bed side and told us his prognosis and that his time here on earth is short. His bravery & strength in such a dire situation was unimaginable. His only concern was for his family and friends and how we felt. Needless to say there wasn't a dry eye in the room. We passed the evening recalling old dogs, hunts and trials and the many, many miles we had logged with Paul. James Roberts was bringing Gypsy, Paul's young dog up to the Hospital today so they could be together.

    Today take a moment to think of Paul and shoot him a note to let him know he is in your thoughts and prayers. Also, remember life is fragile and don't take for granted a hunting trip, training day, or just a chance to hang out with your friends and family. Be present in this life.

    RD
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    Praying hard for Paul and his family and friends....


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    I never met him, but my training partner judged with him, and said he was a good dog man. Prayers to his family.
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