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Discussion: Death & Senior Softball

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June 10, 2009
Men's 60
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Death & Senior Softball
Seems like everytime we go up a age bracket or maybe just hit the 50 mark it brings us all closer to that "DAY"... Is there something here in this organazation that helps out needy Players? To help with funeral costs? If not can we address this? like to get opinions on this when families are strapped for cash and worried about funeral costs. Seems like a few dollars from the tourment costs might be allocated to it? Again in a perfect world everyone has this taken care of but it's not always the case. I am not trying to offend anyone or put anyone on the spot but would like to know... thanks
June 10, 2009
316 posts
jolly this is where family and friends are supposed to take over.not to be insensitive but this is where are country has gotten to. alot of folks think that the government or a corporation should take care of us from craddle to grave.

do as we do in TEXAS hold a benifit
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