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In Memoriam>Fire Me Boy! has passed away
luv 08:11 AM 03-02-2020
His wife posted the news on his Facebook a little earlier this morning. I know that he will be missed by many on here, especially the foodies.

FMB was one of the first people to really welcome me on here when I first joined and started posting regularly. I never met him in person, but he was one great guy and a fellow grammar Nazi. :-)

I'm sure his wife would appreciate any thoughts or prayers.

RIP, Fire Me Boy!

PART OF OBITUARY THAT LEAVES OUT PEOPLE'S NAMES AND CHANGES HIS TO FMB:

FMB, 41, died suddenly Monday morning, March 2, 2020, at his home of an apparent heart attack. [PERSONAL INFO]
[EARLIER EDUCATION] He attended then-Central Methodist College before transferring to then-Central Missouri State University, where he received his bachelor’s degree in broadcast and film, with a minor in vocal music.
[WORK HISTORY] He continued to work there until becoming disabled last summer.
He was a Kansas City Chief’s fan when it wasn’t popular and from his home helped cheer the Chiefs to their first Superbowl win in his lifetime. He was a foodie often seen on Chief’s Planet. FMB also was a photographer.[LIST WIFE OF 17 YEARS AND OTHER SURVIVORS]
[SERVICE INFO]
Memorial contributions may be made in his memory to the American Diabetes Association or the National Kidney Foundation.
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Bweb 01:26 PM 03-02-2020
RIP
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Hammock Parties 01:41 PM 03-02-2020
he always liked redheads


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RunKC 01:50 PM 03-02-2020
Best foodie on CP. Loved his posts. His biscuits and gravy thread was one of my favorites
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BryanBusby 01:50 PM 03-02-2020
Gosh I want to say he was having kidney issues also but hard to remember. He gave me my first pos and neg rep all in the same day. RIP
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Pasta Giant Meatball 01:54 PM 03-02-2020
RIP bud
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MMXcalibur 02:04 PM 03-02-2020
Damnit.....RIP.

Glad he got to experience the Chiefs winning the Super Bowl before he passed on.
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HemiEd 02:31 PM 03-02-2020
One of the good guys, damn. RIP FMB!

Way too young and will be sorely missed.
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65TPT 02:35 PM 03-02-2020
Condolences. RIP
I hate this kind of stuff. Never know what to say or even think.
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Valiant 02:39 PM 03-02-2020
That sucks, RIP, at least he got to see a superbowl. Wonder how many we have lost over twenty years.
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luv 02:39 PM 03-02-2020
I would like to reach out to his wife to find out if there was an organization that was close to his heart that we could raise money for, but dealing with someone from an online bulletin board probably isn't at the top of her list. I really feel like there's something that we could do collectively, though. Perhaps we could raise some money and donate it to the American Diabetes Association in his honor. What do you think?
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Miles 02:45 PM 03-02-2020
Too bad to hear this. He was fairly young right?
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BigRedChief 02:57 PM 03-02-2020
Originally Posted by Miles:
Too bad to hear this. He was fairly young right?
Low 40ís.
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Miles 03:13 PM 03-02-2020
Originally Posted by BigRedChief:
Low 40ís.
Just awful
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Dartgod 03:14 PM 03-02-2020
Originally Posted by luv:
I would like to reach out to his wife to find out if there was an organization that was close to his heart that we could raise money for, but dealing with someone from an online bulletin board probably isn't at the top of her list. I really feel like there's something that we could do collectively, though. Perhaps we could raise some money and donate it to the American Diabetes Association in his honor. What do you think?
I was thinking the same thing. I've had many family members afflicted with the dibeetus to varying degrees. I'd be happy to throw in a few bucks in his name.
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KurtCobain 03:23 PM 03-02-2020
Fuck.
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