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    My condolences for your loss.
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    My sincere condolences, very sorry for your loss.
    “Think safety first and then have a good hunt.”
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    My sincere condolences as well, and my best wishes to you and your family during this difficult time as well as in the future.

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    Sorry for your loss, and my deepest condolences.

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    Very sorry to hear of this unfortunate accident Mrs Hass, I appreciate you speaking openly on this topic as it may help some others here understand what's possible when hunting. We heard about the accident a couple days after from some coworkers whom were in the area hunting and the story we heard was exactly what you describe, near unbelievable that it happened and it couldn't have happened to a better man. Very sad indeed. My Misses ex husband was victim of an accident of similar odds. Sometimes bad things just happen to good people.

    If there is anything the hunting community can help with during this time or in the future please do not hesitate to ask.

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    I am very sorry to hear of your loss. You have my sincere condolences and prayers.

    Scott.

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    So very sorry for your loss.

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    A sad sad tragedy...
    We all feel your loss and I am also quite angry to hear that someone much younger than myself, who loved hunting as much as I do, lost his life due to unlikely and "freaky" circumstances as you have described.
    It goes to show that anything can happen at anytime to anyone.

    Dear Mrs. Hass, there is nothing we can say here that can truly make your loss more bearable. We are devastated to hear of this incident and the loss of a good man. The details, while important, will not change what has already happened. However, learning about those details just might help save a life in the future.

    Speaking of the future, when the young ones grow up and (possibly) wish to follow their father's love of the outdoors, I hope you will let them. You are a strong and classy lady to come here and speak your mind to set the record straight. Your husband would be very proud of you for doing that.

    Please accept my deepest condolences as well.

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    Condolences to you and your family

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    I just wanted to thank everyone for your condolences, thoughts and prayers during this hard time. Your kind words give me comfort.

    It has been nearly a month since David died but it still feels like yesterday. Whenever I walk through the bush I will think of him. He would be the one that would get up at the crack of dawn or earlier so that he could be at his tree stand or wherever he was going to hunt and would sit there for hours waiting for that buck, moose, turkey or whatever else he happened to be hunting. Even if it was raining or freezing cold he would go, even if no one else wanted to go with him, he had this drive in him. I would always ask him, what do you think about, and he would just say, everything and anything. I think he enjoyed the solitude of being in the bush and even liked watching a fawn or doe walk by, oblivious to his presence. He had the patience to sit and wait for that perfect shot, especially when bow hunting. But he also liked to chase, especially with his dog Bud who died last hunting season coincidentally.

    I know that David would have been at peace in the bush, I just wish it wouldn't have been so soon. My heart aches for him.

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