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Discussion: Passing of Rich Nicodemus

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Sept. 17, 2007
Men's 65
335 posts
Passing of Rich Nicodemus
For all those who knew him "Rich Nicodemus" of Birmingham passed away yesterday after a fight with Colon Cancer. Nick as he was known by all will be missed by all his friends. Nick's viewing will be today at Jefferson Memorial Funeral Home 1591 Gadsden Hwy, Trussville, Al. with burial tomorrow at 2:00. Nick was the Coach of Huffman Electric 60+ Softball team and was very active in the Birmingham area in Senior Softball.
Nick may you rest in Peace!!!!!!!!!!!
Sept. 17, 2007
Men's 65
326 posts
It is with great sadness that I learned of the death of Nick. I extend my heartfelt sympathy to his family, many friends and the Huffman Softball team.

Len Rizzuto
Matador Club
Sept. 17, 2007
Men's 60
27 posts
Our thoughts & prayers are with Nick's family & friends. He was a class gentleman and a fixture with senior softball in the B'ham area. He will be missed.
Sept. 18, 2007
187 posts
When we came down from Ohio and Indiana this year for the NSA Worlds, Rich was spoken highly by his peers. Every time a player passes on, it should be a reminder to all of us that life is short and there should be much more to the game than winning. My condolences to his family and team.
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