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RIP Cooter...

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*First non-troll post ever*

I hope he is in a better place, its sad to lose one of us. I didn't know him irl but I think of any panther fan as family.

RIP

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My wife came down the stairs a couple of hours ago (very upset) and asked if I had heard about Steve. For those of you that never got to tailgate with him will never truly know a Huddle tailgate. He was the first one to greet me at my first Huddle tailgate and introduced me to my soon to be wife that same day.

Thank You Cooter.

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After reading this thread, it's apparent I missed out on something special with this guy, especially at the tailgates. My condolences to friends and family, and at the same time it's nice to know that so many Huddlers did know him and can share stories with the rest of us.

RIP Cooter

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I hope some can post some pics of him a tailgates. I had some but those pics have been lost in cyberspace.

Nice guy. Anyone know why he died?

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I have no words... He was such a great guy. So friendly, kind, generous, FUNNY, weird, thoughtful, and he had a huge heart. You knew hanging out with him would be entertaining at the least.

He is gone too soon and now will be entertaining others. My heart hurts for his boys and his family. R.I.P friend.

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no offence to any of the 'newer' huddlers...but Cooter was one of the originals from back in the day where it seemed like all the huddle 'knew' each other. Maybe for some of you, it's still that way, but I can't say it is and that's a big reason why you don't see me around here as much anymore

Anyway...Cooter you will be dearly missed and I know those boys will be hurtin and missing you forever. You certainly had a special flare about you that maybe not everyone appreciated, but I know I sure did and so did many of the rest of the huddle family. I'll always think of you when I think of Panther Football. Rest in Peace!

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RIP.

Definitely made the huddle a fun place in the old days.

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Not sure what to say other than this really sucks. My condolences go out to his family.

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Wow... looking back at those pic Monkeybutt...

I forgot everyone used to think I was Cooter until they got to know us. haha

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