Condolence & Memory Journal

days after giving birth to her third child, a baby girl. a0If you've been fownilolg my blog, you know the sad story. a0You also know that we've been accepting donations for my brother and his family, to help

Posted by Omparkash - rmg7yYXWM, MN - cfYGKqguV0   June 13, 2015

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Posted by Jumana - 2S3RNFJudW, NJ - UlphLHavD   June 13, 2015

Have you seen any shows if so, which? Worked on all of them.What did you think? Continue to be amazed at the level of tanelt in the cast and in the writing team. Well done everyone. Dot, Glenn, Dean fantastic.Any other comments? Anyone who hasn't got a ticket what a show you'll miss!!

Posted by Ali - wfeDYuQYMI, KS - SXFyAWB99L1H   February 21, 2015

Have you seen any shows if so, which? joseph and been in 1night only,christmas caoarl,buddy, all pukka petiesWhat did you think? amazing i love it its just fantastic how good it is thanks to all the pukka team you done a great job thanksAny other comments? amazing great fantastic good excellent love like

Posted by Rajib - OM4BEkpxl4G - CsTtKbjyLh   February 21, 2015

is a generater bilcasy a small engine with an alternater mounted on the crank shaft?how does a generater put out enough energy to power a house but an alternater in a car only creates enough power to charge the battery.is it just a bigger alternater or is it not an alternater at all.if not what is it and how does it work.

Posted by Ramin - XeF4VWKBR4Y, OH - VmtvBIIQC   February 21, 2015

You've got the basics right. It is an egnine with an alternator attached. The alternator in your car is a small unit with diodes which convert the voltage from AC to DC to charge the battery. A generator which will power a house is considerably larger and doesn't convert the voltage to DC. Power plants which produce enough to run a town also use generators, huge generators.

Posted by Mahboub - VL0gFkHnFue, AK - cYHH7u1h0   February 21, 2015

My best friend Skip "Dr Death" Thomas, always took me to the hotels where the RAIDERS were staying, one time I went with Skip to chiefs stadium to watch the RAIDERS practice, Mr. Davis was standing on the 24 yard line, I walked out of the tunnel, walked up to Mr. Davis said I am friends with Skip, and I just wanted to say hi to you, we shook hands and Mr. Davis said, two words, take care, Skip ran up to me and said what did you just do, I said I just said hi to Mr. Davis, he is just another man to me, whom owns the RAIDERS, the team I grew up with, and live in kansas city, I am lot like a RAIDER, do what it takes get the job done, JUST WIN BABY, this past year Skip passed away, his son and I came to Oakland for tribute for his dad, Mr. Davis son, gave Brandon Thomas and I tickets to the game, first time at a RAIDERS game, Skip and I was suppose to do it together, thanks for the SILVER AND BLACK Jim Carroll Jr

Posted by Jim "Jimbo" Carrroll - kansas city, KS - loyal fan lives in kansas city   March 16, 2012

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My pray goes out to the family of the Late Mr. Al Davis, May God continue to bless you

Posted by Ruby    November 01, 2011

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Al was a Pioneer... A Legend.... A True Football Owner/Fan/1 Of A Kind.
Al You Will Be Missed... Just wont be the same not seeing you on the sideline's. R.I.P. Brother " Give'em Hell " & Just Win Baby !!!

Posted by Lance Wilson & Family - " RAIDERS 4 - LIFE FAN " !!!   November 01, 2011

I'm 51 and I've been the RAIDERS since I was just a kid. Al is the reason I fell in love with the Raiders, Al Davis' Raider way of playing the game and those great uniforms. There's a big hole in my stomach that will always be there, even their latest win on Sunday, I'm just numb. I'm just a fan from MN But I just wish I could've met Al. God please be with Al's family and true friends. I will always love Al Davis and the OAKLAND RAIDERS.

Posted by David Rockenback - Apple Valley, MN - The most loyal fan   October 17, 2011

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He gave me the best Job of my Lie!T be able to be down on the field was and watch the talent all those years. The woman I cheered with will forever be in my life and we are there for each other .One time when i ws doing a promo he was in the office he said hi ya going out and working I said I cant wait. He said make continue to makeus proud. With out him bring woman into the nfl there would have no Raiderettes and I would not have the life and love I have now. So Thank you Mr.Davis for caring and loving us! RIParidise for you!! Silver and Black forever!

Posted by kerry mack - I was one of his Raiderettes   October 16, 2011

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I am a Raider to the heart, just like Al. Raiders today and forever.
Kenneybrews #14

Posted by Jay - self   October 14, 2011

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IT'S LIKE LOSING A FRIEND. NO TEAM WAS IDENTIFIED BY A SINGLE MAN MORE THAN AL DAVIS AND THE RAIDERS. JUST WIN BABY.

Posted by CHAD LOSETH - FAN   October 13, 2011

Al, may u rest in peace.. thank you for the Oakland Raiders and everything that you accomplished being in the NFL. You will never be forgotten.. Raider Nation!!

Always will be Silver&Black..Just win baby!

Posted by Quanna Begay - shiprock, NM - Oakland Raiders Fan   October 13, 2011

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Thanks Al for all the Memories. When you get to Heavens Door, I hope you Just Win Baby.

Posted by Billy Oliveira - Freind   October 12, 2011

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Al Davis you will be missed greatly. Our hearts and prayers are withy your wife and son. We will always think of you at a RAIDERS GAME. LOVE ALWAYS A RAIDER TO THE END RAY MOLINA, FROM ARLETA, CA

Posted by ray & Elva Molina    October 12, 2011

I lived in Los Angeles most of my life. I had season tickets to the Los Angeles Raiders for 8 yrs, lots of memories and lots of fun. I moved to Ark the year my beloved boys moved back to Oakland. Al you will be missed Your family and the boys are in my prayers and thoughts. I know you saw Sundays game. "JUST WIN BABY" is right, and win they did. God Bless to you all, stuck in Ark missing Cali and Raiders.

Posted by sheila - Fort Smith, AR - Raider fan   October 11, 2011

I can remember watching the "Immaculate Reception" live on tv with big brother Willie. The raiders lost that game. I vowed from that day forward..that team in the Silver and Black should have won and that is favorite team.I was working in Monterey California, at The Sardine Factory and Al Davis came in for dinner. This was when they were in court in Salinas for the move to L.A. I went up to him and asked him for his autograph. He asked my name and asked me "Do you think I can move my team.? I said you're the owner you can move any where you want. He replied "Well maybe not anywhere I want, but I think we have a good case.". He wrote: To John a great Raider Fan Best wishes ..AL DAVIS. I will never forget that day. You are the Number one Raider fan..You will be missed by all!!

Posted by john whyte - SAN FRANCISCO, CA - FAN   October 11, 2011

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Good bye Al it has been interesting watching your legacy, As a old friend and fan just have to say. U will be missed by the nation and family alike. I wish your family the best of luck keeping things in order, I know Al left u the people to make it easier for u.Good luck to u.
Rick. 510rdoggs@gmail.com

Posted by Rick - Friend and Fan   October 11, 2011

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I HAVE A LOYAL RAIDER FAN FOR 48 YEARS AND I WILL BE A RAIDER FAN FOR THE REST OF MY LIFE. EVEN WHEN MY FRIENDS WERE CHANGING TEAMS I STUCK WITH THE RAIDER NATION, THROUGH THICK AND THIN EVEN WHEN WE WERE LOSING ALOT OF GAMES. MR DAVIS IS NOW IN RAIDER HEAVEN AND HIS DEATH WAS A MAJOR BLOW, I EVEN SHED A FEW TEARS WHEN I HEARD HE DIED. BUT GOD FINALLY CALLED HIM HOME AT LAST. MY HEART GOES OUT TO HIS BELOVED WIFE AND HIS SON AND ALL THE PEOPLE IN RAIDERNATION. THANK YOU FOR DAVIS FOR ALL YOU HAVE DONE.

Posted by David I Outlaw - Fan for 48 years   October 11, 2011

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Al Davis will be in Raider fan hearts 4 ever.Without Al Davis there will be no NFL and RAIDERS. THANK U AL FOR RAIDERS*.
We Bleed SILVER & BLACK.
Love,
THE SANTOS FAMILY
;) WE <3 u al>

Posted by jordan santos - fan   October 11, 2011

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RIP TO THE FATHER OF THE OAKLAND RAIDERS AL DAVIS WHO WILL BE MISSED BY SO MANY PEOPLE, PEOPLE HE KNEW AND PEOPLE HE DIDN'T KNOW. THANKS FOR THE 49 YEARS YOU HAD WITH THE OAKLAND RAIDERS AND MAKING THEM WHO THEY ARE IN THE NFL, THE IMAGE OF THE RAIDERS WAS CREATED BY YOU MR AL DAVIS AND WE LOVE YOU FOR THAT AND WILL MISS YOU. I AM A RAIDER FAN FOR LIFE AND SO ARE MY FAMILY AND THE RAIDERS HAVE BEEN A BIG IMPACT IN ALL OF ARE LIFES. SO AL THANK YOU FOR GIVING US THE RAIDERS TO WATCH WITH PRIDE GOD BLESS YOU, LOVE FROM THE SNYDERS

Posted by RANDY SNYDER - FAN   October 10, 2011

I was in the same Company the 91st Combat Engineers at Ft Belvoir Va. with Al Davis. Mr. Davis was the coach of a powerful football team there and one of his other duties was managing the post recreational facilities. My best buddy was a friend of Al Davis. We managed to get me assigned to the motor pool where we provided transport for Mr Davis needs. The one I enjoyed greatly was being assigned to a Radio jeep at the post football games. It's purpose was to provide instant contact for emergency needs either players or spectators. Mr Davis main concern was for the welfare playing or attending the game. Being assigned to the post swimming pool Mr. Davis managed for the same purpose was an eyeful. Picking up a carload of massive football players was a site to behold. I was thrilled when The Raiders were established in Oakland. I worked with neglected unwanted kids then and Mr Davis and the Raiders always provided a Christmas party for these kids with individual gifts. Mr Davis was always there and spent time with the Kids. Say what you want about Mr. Davis but I say he was a very caring person for others and looked out for their welfare.
JMP

Posted by James Porter - Martinez, CA - Army accquaitence   October 10, 2011

One of the greats has left us. I remember first meeting Mr. Davis at a Warriors game. Little did I know I would end up with one of the greatest organizations ever. Mr. Davis is an ICON in the world of professional sports. The NFL just lost a wonderful man that can't be replaced

Posted by Skip - Antioch, CA - former employee   October 09, 2011

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~RIP~ May your iconic legend leave footprints on those left behind!

Posted by The Raville Family - Raider Nation   October 09, 2011