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Discussion: Lost of a Teammate
|April 28, 2009|
|Lost of a Teammate|
The Las Cruces/El Paso Senior softball community lost a dear friend and player last week. Bill Moore lost hgis battle with cancer on Thursday April 23rd.
Bill played during his senior career for the Las Cruces Viejos, Las Cruces Vets, El Paso Drillers 55 and the NM Dukes 55 from Albuquergue.
I played beside Bill in leftfield for 3 years with the LC Vets. I will miss his sense of humor and deep voice barking commands like Gen. Patton. He was a great teammate and man. The Las Cruces/El Paso softball community will miss him dearly.
|April 29, 2009|
|Whenever I have played a Las Cruces or El Paso team whether it was here in Phoenix, in Tucson, and a few times down in Las Cruces; it has always been an enjoyable competition. All of the Las Cruces, and El Paso teams are a credit to the senior softball community. |
Although I don't remember Bill specifically, please accept my condolences on his passing.
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