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R.I.P. Dale Stewart

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Dale Stewart, one of the founding members of Making Tracks, the people that brought us Irish Enterprise and London & South East, has sadly passed away today at around 16.45.

All I can say is RIP.
 
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One of the long term members of the simulation community - such a shame! He will be sorely missed by all.
 

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Yes, I'd like to echo my sentiments. He was a passionate person. RIP.
 

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That's terrible news! From my UKTS days I remember him being a friendly and very enthusiastic member of the community. I'm sure he will be sorely missed :(
 

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RIP,

If this is not too Disrespectful to ask, How did he die?
 

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AlexS said:
He had an arterial blowout on wednesday, and never regained conciousness before passing away on Friday afternoon.
Awful way to go.

Poor Man.
 

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I only ever spoke to him directly a few times, but he was a leading figure in the trainsim community and will be sorely missed.

RIP.
 
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