Chris Booysen - 15 May 2021

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Re: Chris Booysen - 15 May 2021

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Still missing you buddy. 2 years ago today.
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Eish and how :( :( :(

The picture below is what I have posted before, but it seems the right thing to do again. It was at the the 2021 PTAR a few days later.
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Missing our friend so much 🥹
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Not a day goes by without thinking of him.
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