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    Question Death Of An Inspector, James Duffin

    Does anyone know what happened to James Duffin?

    He was an avid reader/poster on InspectionNews with 1,837 posts.

    2/3/12 was his last post and his email bounces back to the system.

    http://www.inspectionnews.net/home_i...?searchid=5937

    Anyone know?

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    Default re: Death Of An Inspector, James Duffin

    Electrical and roofing contract work, Morehead, NC, Don't recall a gen. licensed HI, IIRC. Profile indicates: Last Activity 6-13.2012 @ 12:07 PM

    See if this fits, Spent some time @ Duke AMBC prior to DOD 6-22-2012. James Duffin Obituary - Munden Funeral Home & Crematory, Inc. DOD 6-22-2012. .


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    Default re: Death Of An Inspector, James Duffin

    Yes, I would have to say that was James. In his profile he listed his location as NC.

    Sad to lose a member and worse, not know about it.

    R.I.P. James.

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    Default re: Death Of An Inspector, James Duffin

    May James RIP................

    Sometimes we have to take a step back and realize that we have a lot of reasons to be thankful. I note that James was 52 years old. While, many of us didn't know James, we all should step back and take stock of what is important to us now. In my mid-sixties, I am thankful I am healthy, have a woman I love, and a career I love.

    James had 1,800 posts to this board that intersected with our interests. He gave us his wisdom and his thoughts. James, RIP. Condolences to his family and friends. I hope they can find the energy to move on and enjoy life after this sadness.

    ~Don


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