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The Fallen


The Fallen

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This page is dedicated to those VMOA members who are no longer with us. Their VMOA membership numbers will be retained indefinitely and they will live on in our hearts and minds as permanent members of our organization.

To Open The Memorial page click on the "Read More" link at the bottom of this page.....


Larry Lee, VMOA #102 New Canaan, Connecticut USA...
He passed away December 1999 of natural causes

Larry was the first customer to purchase a 1500cc TourMaster engine from PCW. Performed various beta testing for PCW.

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Neil Herdina, VMOA #416
Fargo, North Dakota, USA

Neil Passed away on April 2000 of natural causes.


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Jules Dieu, VMOA #640
Cochise, Arizona USA

Jules passed away in March 2000 of natural causes.


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Doug Bennett, VMOA #684
Phoenix, Arizona USA

Passed away in December of 1999 from injuries sustained in a motorcycle accident

Doug is shown here with his 1986 Vmax. He was a positive friendly and enthusiastic member of the VMOA everyone enjoyed being around. Doug was a Emmy award winning graphic artist for a local Arizona TV station who had designed and marketed several Vmax t-shirts over the years.



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Dino D'Antonio, VMOA #954
Framingham, Massachusetts USA

Dino passed away in May, 2000 - of injuries sustained in a motorcycle accident

Dino is shown here with his 1990 'Chevy Red' painted Vmax. This picture was taken at the VMOA Daytona Bike Week event in March 2000.

Dino was a great guy with a great personality and love of life. The memory of his special personality and love of his Vmax will remain with us always.

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Brian L. Bucher, VMOA #1388
Cedar Park, Texas USA

Brian passed away in June, 2001 - of injuries sustained in a motorcycle accident.

Brian leaves behind a wife and child. "He was a wonderful husband, father, brother, and friend, and his passing has greatly saddened everybody who has ever come into contact with him."

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James T. Phillips VMOA #2005
Amarillo, TX. USA
Passed Away on July 29, 2001 from injuries sustained in a motorcycle accident.

He was a certified scuba instructor, a spelunker, rock climber, avid snow and water skier and loved motorcycle riding. He was also active in Cowboy Action Shooting with the Canadian River Regulators and the Tierra Blanca Rangers. He rode to be free and now truly is!

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David Weber VMOA #1292
Beaver Falls, PA.

We have no information on this departed brother ...
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Lee Moore VMOA #1715
On September 25th 2002, my husband was killed in a motorcycle accident. My husband was 38 and not in my worst nightmare could I have believed this happened. I wanted to let this Association know what happened becuase he enjoyed being a member and was very proud of his Vmax. He always said how helpful the association was to other members, and I know you helped him with a few things when he had problems with his old bike. He had just gotten his 2003 Vmax and was very proud.

Sincerely,

Beth Moore
60 South Charlotte St.
Manheim, Pa 17545

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St. Clair Zinck Jr VMOA #802 Chicago, IL.
April 1970 - March 2002
"Non - motorcycle related death"

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Richard Swanson VMOA # 1197
Groveland Rd Rockford, IL 61109-4672
'00, silver & black
Richard Passed away on Dec 7th, 2002 from Cancer.

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Pat Richardson VMOA #1629 passed away, 8/21/02, from injuries sustained in an accident involving a Truck. Pat is survived by his Wife Kim and 5 Children.

6255 Sponagle Rd
Sugar Grove, OH 43155-9743



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Bill Christen Jr. VMOA #1160
Bill died of a heart attack on Feb. 1 St., 2004.

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Nicolas J. Hodder VMOA # 3712 of San Antonio passed away on September 28, 2004 at the age of 48 from injuries sustained in a motorcycle accident.

Nick is survived by his wife and two children.
Nick was an enthusiastic VMAX and ZZR owner and frequented the
challenging roads of the Texas Hill Country.

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Written by: Michael Moore 2013/7/30    



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