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Moxee, RIP
Posted on 16-Sep-2014 22:20:07
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Just found out Harry P.Kelly passed away on Apr. 19th 2014 of this year. I met Moxee a few years ago at Amiwest, I will miss him.

Condolences to his family up in Washington.

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Re: Moxee, RIP
Posted on 16-Sep-2014 22:22:49
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Nice guy, he will be missed on the Amiga forums.

Such sad news, our Amiga family is getting smaller.

Last edited by amigakit on 16-Sep-2014 at 10:23 PM.

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Re: Moxee, RIP
Posted on 16-Sep-2014 22:23:24
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Joined: 20-Jul-2004
Posts: 4434
From: Portsmouth England


Oh dear that is very sad news.

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Re: Moxee, RIP
Posted on 16-Sep-2014 22:26:22
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sad and unexpected..

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Re: Moxee, RIP
Posted on 16-Sep-2014 22:40:31
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Joined: 20-Apr-2003
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From: Mexico City, MEXICO

My condolences to all his loved ones.

Rest in peace...

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Re: Moxee, RIP
Posted on 16-Sep-2014 22:51:03
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Joined: 10-Jun-2010
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From: Mobile, Alabama, United States

Condolences to all who loved and will miss Moxee.


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Re: Moxee, RIP
Posted on 16-Sep-2014 22:52:57
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Sad news...


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Re: Moxee, RIP
Posted on 16-Sep-2014 23:16:51
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Posts: 6800
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That is very sad news. I'd been trying without success to contact him recently myself as it had been a while since he took leave from the site and I just wanted to see how he was.

He was a great asset to the site (even if he didn't feel so himself). He will be greatly missed by all.

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Re: Moxee, RIP
Posted on 17-Sep-2014 0:33:35
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Posts: 656
From: Iceland


I'll echo Steve's words, he was a no bullshit kind of guy that had a calming influence, as well as a valuable staff member.

He'll be sorely missed, may he rest in peace.

Last edited by sibbi on 17-Sep-2014 at 12:33 AM.


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Re: Moxee, RIP
Posted on 17-Sep-2014 0:43:33
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Joined: 5-Apr-2005
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From: Pomaz, Hungary

He was here two days before he passed away.

Very sad that we will not see his locomotive avatar on new posts anymore.


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Re: Moxee, RIP
Posted on 17-Sep-2014 0:48:10
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Posts: 12343
From: Norway


Condolences to friends and family, he was a good Amigan, rest in peace.

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Re: Moxee, RIP
Posted on 17-Sep-2014 2:35:30
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Joined: 6-Sep-2004
Posts: 589
From: Rossendale

Condolances to friends and family.


Thank you for herding this school of pirahna for so many years.

In honour of one of the biggest successes Amiga left behind, and the best injoke.

So long, and thanks for all the fish.

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Re: Moxee, RIP
Posted on 17-Sep-2014 3:35:09
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From: Toronto, Canada

so sad to hear, a kind level headed guy he was, RIP my friend.

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Re: Moxee, RIP
Posted on 17-Sep-2014 3:41:33
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Joined: 7-Dec-2005
Posts: 1906
From: Naples, Italy


What sad news to hear you are no more with us.

You were great member and mod, and a good friend amigan. We will really miss you. Rest in peace.

May you can find a really performant and enjoying computer in heaven, free by any information technology standards and hardware limitations and be also free to access forever the biggest net ever created in space and time!

Farewell Moxee!

"When the Amiga came out, everyone [at Apple] was scared as hell." (J.L. Gassée, former CEO of Apple France and chief of devs of Mac II-fx, interviewed by Amazing Computing, Nov 1996).

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Re: Moxee, RIP
Posted on 17-Sep-2014 3:51:48
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Joined: 6-May-2007
Posts: 10826
From: Greensborough, Australia


Man I can't believe it. It was only months ago we were in a discussion about XVS. Infact I last repied on the 19th. Did I reply in time, did he see it? Now I feel bad.

Sad news indeed. Is anything else known that would have contributed such as a health issue he had? Did he have a partner? April was actually a long time ago now. Wow. R.I.P.

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Re: Moxee, RIP
Posted on 17-Sep-2014 4:03:19
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Joined: 3-Dec-2006
Posts: 1063
From: Dunes of Uridia


Very upsetting news! I was wondering why I had not seen any of his posts or replies lately.

Moxee - will miss your candid replies, humour and support you gave to the Amiga in its darkest hours.
Sending my best wishes to the Kelly family; my you all have the strength to move forward together.



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Re: Moxee, RIP
Posted on 17-Sep-2014 4:12:22
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Joined: 10-Aug-2009
Posts: 449
From: Greece

Sad news. May he rest in peace.

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Re: Moxee, RIP
Posted on 17-Sep-2014 4:28:00
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Joined: 14-May-2003
Posts: 1941
From: Lake Charles, USA

Oh no! He was a great guy who really cared about this site. A sad loss to the community.

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Re: Moxee, RIP
Posted on 17-Sep-2014 4:56:43
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Joined: 4-Feb-2004
Posts: 1561
From: Unknown

Very sad news. A great guy he was.


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Re: Moxee, RIP
Posted on 17-Sep-2014 5:05:53
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Joined: 21-Aug-2007
Posts: 641
From: Finland

It is very sad also that it took us so long to find out about this, especially when considering that at least I myself felt that Moxee was part of Amigaworld.nets appearance.

I will be missing that part. As someone else pointed out, Moxee had calming effect here, and he felt like a voice of reason many times.

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