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    Passing Away of Tim Lingor

    It is with great sadness I report the passing of Tim Lingor. He passed away suddenly around Feb. 7th of this year. In addition to all the contributions he made to MOL and the detailing community, he was a very popular teacher! Here is the article:

    Students mourn death of popular teacher.

    He will be missed! May you RIP Tim! My thoughts and prayers go out to you.

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    Re: Passing Away of Tim Lingor

    Oh man... That's such sad news.

    I LOVE his posts from back in the day on here.... Huge loss to his students as well...

    He will be missed.

    Thanks for posting RamAir.

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    Re: Passing Away of Tim Lingor

    Sad news. Thanks for posting.
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    Wow, this is really sad. Tim was not only a nice guy, but a great source of information and helped MOL tremendously early on with his write-ups and advice. You'll be missed buddy. R.I.P.

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    Godspeed, Tim.

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    Re: Passing Away of Tim Lingor

    I'm still shocked by this unexpected and extremely sad news.

    Tim's legacy will live on MOL forever. He wrote so many articles, which today are still a great source of car detailing knowledge.

    Tim loved nature. He was amazing photographer. Some of his work was published by National Geographic.

    RIP, Tim.

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