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 Posted: Aug 13, 2021 06:08AM
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Rich is carrying on, on Facebook and e-messenger under Debbies name, talk to him,two weeks on, l’m sure he needs your help.

Big AL

Niagara Ontario Canada

 Posted: Aug 7, 2021 06:01AM
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And all this not to mention all the years worth of Mini Meets in New Jersey, along with Lee Middleton, Great memories, great times. Debbie will be missed very much by many.

Peter - 65 UK Moke, 60 Bugeye Sprite.  email:  

 

 Posted: Aug 6, 2021 06:13AM
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Yes, I remember them from the Spring Thing - way back then....

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Originally Posted by SCUM
Deb and Rich were special people-together with the Priests in Florida they started the Spring Thing and also did several Mini Meets together.  Those WERE the good old days!  She would run around wide open making sure everyone had a great time and always with a big smile. Blessings to her and to Rich.   Eric 

 Posted: Aug 6, 2021 06:03AM
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Originally Posted by 6464s
I remember my last interaction with Debbie. It was at a mini meet, she called out my name because I had won the raffle for the Franklin Mint red mini model she had donated to the mini meet.  Franklin Mint designers took the measurements from the Cooper S that Rich & Deb owned. These models are very expensive, highly detailed and very accurate.

I believe that was the same meet that Harach drove the front desk girl around the parking lot. We were all standing outside watching in awe as he whipped his Moke around the maze as the girl hung on for dear life.

Yes Eric, those were the days. We were so young.

I can't remember which mini meet it was. Any help.
Sounds like fun.  I would've rather seen that than oil under a BINI in Magog, QC in 2003?
Can someone post a pic of Debbies Mini?  I am not sure if I met her in Maine in 2008 or not.

  ~ 30 minutes in a Mini is more therapeutic than 3 sessions @ the shrink. ~

  Mike  Cool  NB, Canada   

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Jim; That was Seiverville TN, the same meet, some pervert stole the large cut out card board sign of Dolly Parton from the Holiday Express lobby,

They threatened to kick us all out unless it was recovered, turns out some miniac had it in his bed ?

Big AL

Niagara Ontario Canada

 Posted: Aug 6, 2021 03:53AM
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I remember my last interaction with Debbie. It was at a mini meet, she called out my name because I had won the raffle for the Franklin Mint red mini model she had donated to the mini meet.  Franklin Mint designers took the measurements from the Cooper S that Rich & Deb owned. These models are very expensive, highly detailed and very accurate.

I believe that was the same meet that Harach drove the front desk girl around the parking lot. We were all standing outside watching in awe as he whipped his Moke around the maze as the girl hung on for dear life.

Yes Eric, those were the days. We were so young.

I can't remember which mini meet it was. Any help.

 Posted: Aug 4, 2021 08:45AM
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Deb and Rich were special people-together with the Priests in Florida they started the Spring Thing and also did several Mini Meets together.  Those WERE the good old days!  She would run around wide open making sure everyone had a great time and always with a big smile. Blessings to her and to Rich.   Eric 

SCUM #2. "Life is too short to own just one classic Mini!"

 Posted: Aug 2, 2021 12:21PM
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R.I.P....

 Posted: Aug 1, 2021 01:09PM
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That is sad.  What a beautiful lady. May she Rest In Peace.

 Posted: Aug 1, 2021 05:24AM
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The classic mini community just lost one of their most ardent supporters

Debbie battled MS for years, her passion was minis & Collie dogs

She was “ Miss Mini” in N J. Before moving with her husband Rich to a farm in the Utica area of upper N Y State

Niagara Ontario Canada