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PACK, Shaun

Shaun David Pack, 39, of Kelowna, BC, passed away on July 24th, 2013. 

The funeral service will be held at 4 PM on Monday, July 29, 2013 at Springfield Funeral Home, 2020 Springfield Road, Kelowna, BC. Visitation will be held at 3-4 PM, prior to the service.

Shaun was born in Drayton Valley, Alberta on March 23, 1974.  He graduated from University of Victoria and University of British Columbia Okanagan Campus, receiving degrees in Science and Education. 

Shaun moved to Seoul, Korea to teach English after his first degree, and to finally indulge in his love to travel. While there, he met his soul mate, HoBoon Lee. They married on December 29, 2003 at his family home in Kelowna, and in Seoul Korea at a traditional Korean Village May 22, 2004, with his Korean family and in his second home.

After obtaining his Education Degree in 2006, Shaun moved to China to teach Mathematics and Calculus for the Maple Leaf International Schools, initially in Shinyang, China and then relocated to the campus at Dalian, China, which became his current home. He was a popular and respected teacher and was honored to teach at the AP program level. He returned to BC to spend summers with Boonie and his family and friends. Shaun enjoyed music and films, playing his guitar, and mastering new languages including Mandarin and Korean, and utilizing the latest technology to enhance his innovative teaching skills. He and Boonie travelled extensively in South East Asia and he managed to talk her into many terrifying water adventures, as well as bike rides and camping in BC during the summers. He will most likely be remembered for his undeniable uniqueness of gifted intelligence, determination and side-splitting wit. 

Shaun is remembered by his wife, HoBoon Lee; his mother and step-father Jill & Bruno Kurth; his father, Paul Pack; his sister and brother in-law, Kerri & Robert Janota; step brothers, Hans and Eva Kurth and Eric Kurth; and several uncles, aunts, cousins and many life long friends both in Canada and the many places he worked.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made toward a bursary for a gifted mathematics student of Maple Leaf Educational Systems, c/o Supt. George Watson, #406-601 West Broadway, Vancouver, B.C. V5Z 4C2.  If you wish to send a condolence, post photos or share a memory, please scroll down the page to the area called “Share Your Condolences.”

4 PM on Monday, July 29, 2013

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The service for PACK, Shaun is scheduled for 4 PM on Monday, July 29, 2013 . Below you will find the map for the service location and the contact information should you have any questions.

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  • Audrey Watson says:

    Jill, Bruno and family. Please accept my sincere condolences on the loss of Shaun. May your heart and soul find peace in the special memories that he left with you.

  • Paul Min says:

    Shaun will be greatly missed. Shaun was such a great guy, and I will miss him dearly with all my heart. Maple Leaf will miss him as a great teacher.

  • Gabe Kemp says:

    Shaun was a great guy with a sharp wit and great intelligence. His passing is a great loss to those who were lucky enough to know him.

  • A-Tion Li says:

    Mr.Pack is an amazing teacher and person. I remember he said he planned a nice vacation in Vietnam during May holiday, and I was really glad. I wish he can always possess his happiness. There are so many special memories, and I miss him already. My heart reaches out to his family and friends.

  • Sophia Kim says:

    We will remember Shaun for his larger than life personality, humour, and intelligence. He will be greatly missed. Sophia & Will

  • Niyaz and Asiyih Haghbin says:

    We are heartbroken to hear this news. Our love and prayers are with Shaun’s family at this tragic time. Shaun was a unique soul as well as a great colleague and friend. We will always remember his witty humor and the hours of laughter he gave to us. -Niyaz & Asiyih

  • Marlene Dewijn says:

    I am so deeply saddened by the news of your son passing. You are all in my thoughts and prayers during this very difficult time.

  • Derek, Nicole, and Brandon Tappin says:

    We would like to send our thoughts and prayers to Sean’s family. Although we were never able to meet Sean he seemed to be a very intelligent fun loving person. May he rest in peace.

  • Kyle Prior says:

    Shaun was a great office mate who always made me laugh. He will be missed.

  • Brinlie, Katey, and Derek says:

    Our hearts mourn for your loss. May God bless you and your family during such a difficult time. You are in our thoughts and prayers. God bless you all.
    We love you,
    Brinlie, Katey, and Derek

  • McClane Chen says:

    Mr.Pack, you are the best teacher I never seen before. I really cherish memories that we had in Pre-Calculus class. God bless you.

  • Nigel Austen says:

    I have nothing but great memories of Shaun. He was a smart, witty, really easy going guy, and I always enjoyed having conversations with him. Maple Leaf lost a great teacher and friend. My sincere condolences to Shaun’s family in this tough time. You are in our thoughts. – Nigel & Yoko

  • Lionel Ding says:

    It was my honor to be one of his students. Mr Pack is a great teacher. No doubt, he also uses his creativity and unlimited math skills to enlighten his students. I will never forget you, it was you who lead me to the world of calculs, it was you who showed me the beauty of the math. I wish you rest in peace in heaven.

  • Anjali Malhotra says:

    I had the opportunity to be Shaun’s teaching colleague in China and he was in the classroom next door to me, he was an inspiration, spontaneous and his deep passion for his work was his greatest strength. My deepest condolences to this family and may his spirit rest in peace.

  • sabrina chen says:

    I am deeply saddened by the news of Shaun’s passing. He was an excellent math teacher with great humor and wisdom. He will definitely be missed by his colleagues and students. Words cannot express the sorrow that I feel for his family. May he rest in peace.

  • Bill Ding says:

    I am so sorry to hear this inconsolable news. Mr. Pack was a respected, kind, and witty teacher in Maple Leaf School. It was my honor to be his student in Math 12 class. Mr. Pack’s decease is a huge loss for his students and the school. He will be greatly missed. May he rest in peace.

  • Yog Na says:

    I miss you so much Mr. pack, I can still remember I said hello to you and skipped your class. You are the greatest teacher in my life, I hope you will be happy in heaven.

  • Amos Wang says:

    Mr.pack is my math teacher in china, he is a good teacher, rest in peace

  • Kevin su says:

    Wish him rest in peace

  • Steven says:

    I am Mr.Pack’s student in China. Mr.Pack, all the students will miss you. Rest in peace.

  • Isaac Choi says:

    Mr.Pack was greatest teacher in DMLIS. He taught me not only mathematics, but also how to make people happy. it was great luck and joy to be part of his class. Our condolences go to his wife and family.

  • Chongjie Zhou says:

    Mr Pack was a great teacher. His prudence, sense of humor has inspired me up until now.He was great helpful for my whole life and it is of my deep sadness for the loss of him.

  • Boris Sun says:

    Mr, Pack is a tolerant teacher whose hard work has benefited so many students and his class is really interesting and fun. I wish him and his family the best. I believe everyone would feel that Life moves on, memory stays.

  • Ann Wang says:

    I’m really sorry about that, hope everything after he’s gone will be okay, hope his family can be brave to face it.

  • Rob Tardif says:

    I will always remember Shaun flipping through his Mandarin recipe cards on the train from Jinshitan to kaifaqu, his fold up bicycle resting at his side. An inspiring ritual played out every day culminating with an ability to read one of the more difficult languages to be literate in. RIP, “the dude”.

  • Helen Ramirez-DeLeon says:

    My condolences to the Pack family in this hard time. I’m very sorry for your loss.

  • Ningzhe Jiang 蒋凝哲 says:

    This made me so sad! Mr.Pack was my Math and Calculus teacher. He was so nice and friendly. He mastered in all stuffs he taught and knew how to teach them in the right way.
    We will remember you, rest in peace!

  • David Lee says:

    He was a nice teacher. I am sure of that a lot of students believe he was a great teacher as well. I will miss you, Mr. Pack.

  • Daivd Samuel says:

    l am deeply shocked to hear this sad news. l saw him the night before he departed from China for Canada, we had a chat…said see you september! He was a good friend and a great teacher.May God grant peace to the family and friends to bear with the lost this great man.

  • Nobuyoshi Torigoe says:

    Mr.Pack is an awesome teacher, his teaching included passion. And he is an intelligent, humour person with respect. Please accept my sympathy.

  • nobuyoshi torigoe says:

    Mr.Pack is an intelligent, humour person and teacher with respect. Maple leafer will miss him. Please accept my sympathy.

  • RayL i says:

    Hope you can be happy on heaven.

  • Amon NIU says:

    Mr. Pack is a wonderful teacher in the Maple Leaf . He gave us lots of help, we like him and love him. We will remember you forever.

  • armand says:

    So sorry to know this, Mr.pack was a very good teacher in teaching Calculus. May him rest in peace.

  • Mark Zhang says:

    I am so sad to here this bad news, I believe you are a good teacher and Iwill always remenber the valuable leasons.

  • Sim Hun Ki says:

    I was taking his calculus class… His teaching way was so great that I understood his words and meaning very well… That’s the reason why I successed in taking university’s calculus class… I might not be able to miss him. When I heard this news, my memory of taking his class passed like a movie.. I would not miss him after ten or more years and before I die…

  • Zhangzhengrong(Justin) Feng says:

    Mr. Pack is the greatest math teacher I have ever met. He is strict, but very helpful and extremely intelligent. I love his class, which lets me go into the world of calculus. Mr. Pack, please rest in peace. I will miss you forever!

  • Nick Wang says:

    He is a respected teacher gives us a lot of knowledge and joy I was extremely sad let him well in the heaven god was with him

  • Don McCahill says:

    Please accept my condolences on the devastating loss of Shaun. He was a highly valued colleague. You can be comforted in knowing that Shaun was the consumate professional educator who significantly impacted on the lives of the students he taught. Strong in character, disciplined, while also sensitive to his students needs, Shaun’s valuable lessons on life and Calculus (aren’t they one and the same?) are legacy and will live on in their lives.

  • MingJia Chan says:

    Although I am only Grade 11 now and have only spoken to Mr. Pack for quite a few times, I still would like to consider him as a great teacher as well as a great person. Your words shall always be remembered in the very deep of my heart and really hope your family will continue to have a peaceful life.
    Best regards

  • Marion says:

    My prayers go out to Shaun’s family at this time. I worked with Shaun in China and know he has enhanced the lives of many.

  • David Sun says:

    I was shocked by the news when I heard it this afternoon. Mr. Pack is a great teacher. I will always remember him. The picture was taken last month when I visited him on campus.

  • Corinne Crockett says:

    Dearest Jill, Bruno,Boonie & family;
    We send our most sincere condolences and wrap our hearts around you. Our love and prayers are with you all.
    With Love, Corinne, Amanda, & Jennifer

  • Martin Zhao says:

    It is with sadness to know that Mr.Pack had left us. He is a great teacher in Maple leaf. Maple leaf will miss you as the greatest teacher.

  • Alan Wang says:

    He is a great guy, an excellent educator and an inspirer to me. Thank you for all the lessons he taught and I will always miss him deep in my heart.

  • Victor Tianyuan Xu says:

    Although I haven’t had the chance to be taught by this respectful teacher, I’m deeply sad for Mr.Pack’s departure. Maple Leaf students will remember and miss him as a great and responsible teacher.

  • George & Judi Watson says:

    HO Boon and family… we are deeply saddened with this news… Shaun was such a big part of the Shenyang start-up… he was such a good teacher to so many bright young Math students… and his sense of humor is legendary…

  • Rick and Gail Berry says:

    We were shocked and saddened to hear of Shaun’s passing. There are many students in China whose live’s were positively influenced because they were fortunate enough to be in Shaun’s class. He will be missed.

  • Hayley says:

    Shaun is someone who means the world to me. I miss him more than I could ever express in words. I am forever grateful that I had the chance to get to know him, and be able to call him a close friend. He is, and will always remain one of my favourite people. I am forever grateful to Shaun for all the hilarious stories, and memories that he shared with me. I will miss our weekly dinners where we would talk for hours and hours about everything and nothing.
    I love you buddy. You will forever be in my heart.

  • Lynn Baker says:

    Dear Jill,
    I am thinking of you at this tragic time.
    Lynn Baker

  • Darren Brown says:

    Sharing an office for many years with Shaun filled each day with laughter due to his wit, humour and outlook on life. He was a truly unique character and all those that worked with him will attest to the fact that he enriched the lives of those around him. Condolences to his family and HoBoon.

  • ZiJian Liu says:

    Mr. Pack is the best teacher i ever had. He loved to teach and he loved his students. We will keep him within our hearts.
    May you rest in peace, Shaun.

  • Stephanie says:

    I am saddened to hear of the sudden loss of Shaun Pack. Shaun was very intelligent and had a witty sense of humour. He will be greatly missed by his friends and students. My condolences to the family.

  • Robert Sculnick says:

    With fond memories of our time together in China and with best wishes to all family and friends, Rob

  • Brad says:

    Best thoughts go out to family and friends.

  • Joan MacDonald says:

    Jill and family. Though I never met Shaun, I pray you all will be comforted by remembrance of his life and love. May his name only ever by remembered for blessing.

  • Terri Mosher says:

    Shaun was an amazing person whom I truly admired. He would crack jokes, had hilarious sayings that we all enjoyed. We will truly miss him. He would often come to our home for dinners, and my daughters remember him mostly for his juggling of apples and their barbie dolls 🙂 Along with everyone who knew Shaun, the Mosher family will greatly miss him. Our deepest condolences to his family.

  • Terri Mosher says:

    More photos from Christmas 2009 with Shaun

  • Terri Mosher says:

    Christmas 2009

  • Terri Mosher says:

    Another juggling photo Christmas 2009

  • Sunnie Liang says:

    Shaun was a very kind teacher at Maple Leaf. We will all miss him.

  • Stella Ko says:

    He was a beloved teacher in Maple Leaf. All the students he taught and shared memories with will miss him so much. Rest in Peace, Mr.Pack.

  • Cynthia Yang says:

    As a student, I heard Mr.Pack’s humor and great responsibility from his students, and I truly believe that he would still attain happiness in the heaven due to his good personality.

  • Josh Robertson says:

    Shawn will be sadly missed in the Maple Leaf family. A truly unique individual, his witty humour brightened our dreary English office on a daily basis. May you rest in peace, Pack.

  • Sara Cochrane says:

    Wishing that I was able to be a part of today to say goodbye to Pack. He was such an influential part of my time at Maple Leaf. I feel truly lucky that I got the opportunity to know him, and to witness his incessant “drumming” talents. He always had the ability to make me laugh without even having to try. My sincerest condolences go out to the family and everybody who Pack loved.

  • Gao Yuan says:

    Mr.Pack was my Math 12 and Calculus 12 teacher. I positively choice his class before the term beginning because I want to learn more skill and knowledge. The truth is, he is not only a qualified teacher, but also a very good person. I used to get him lunch when he was not feeling well. The class enjoyed his special sense of humor and the strict attitude towards profession. Mr pack, rest in peace. You will be missed by all of us.

  • Pavel Koterniak says:

    It was always nice seeing Shaun and saying ‘Hi’. He brightened my day with his quite confidence. It is hard to accept that he is no more present in this physical body. But I am sure, he will remain in the hearts and souls of us all.

  • Brenda Tsang says:

    He was such a giving colleague, helping a first year teacher out without reservations. He will be missed greatly.

  • Maureen Mores says:

    Dear Jill,
    My heart aches for you. We are no strangers to grief and loss in the work we do and we know we will experience loss on a personal level…but the immense pain of losing a child is like no other. Reading all of these condolences from people who were impacted by your son Shaun tells us he must have lived a very rich, full and fine life. May the grief of losing him turn gently to gratitude for having known him.

  • Ian Alexander says:

    My condolences to the family for the loss of Shaun at such a young age. As I read through the memories from hundreds of students and friends, it is clear that he has positively impacted individuals around the world. His memory will live forever.

  • Lynda Liu says:

    People leave but they never leave in our hearts. I found it very difficult to believe that Shaun has passed away. It was an honour to have worked with Shaun. His intelligence and sense of humour have enriched many people’s lives. He will be immensely missed.

  • Dwayne Li says:

    I feel sorry to hear that, i will miss the time and conversation with you, hope everything will be ok

  • Callie Kerr says:

    My cousin Shaun was such an inspiration to me and everyone around him. Not only after his “transformation” but very much before. He was better at living life than many. He had it figured out, even when it appeared he didn’t. Thank you for making this world so much more beautiful than it was when you came and for teaching us how to truly live. I will miss you.

  • Mark Ma says:

    Mr. Pack was my Math 12 and Calculus 12 teacher. He is a great teacher in Maple Leaf. When I have problem in Math, I can always get the help from Mr. Pack. He is a responsible teacher and he always shows all steps about question to me. It is hard to accept that I can’t see him when I go back to Maple Leaf next time.

  • Julee says:

    I am sad to hear of Shaun’s passing. I attending KLO secondary with him. I enjoyed many laughs with him. His long hair, his smile, his crazy smarts, his laid back personality and of course his k car with the missing back window are all part of my high school memories. He always made me feel welcome as a new person to the school. He dated my best friend and was always good to her. I heard he was married,a teacher and travelling lots but had otherwise not stayed in touch. I was shocked to hear the news. My condolences to all of his family. May you find comfort in your memories.

  • Brett Syer says:

    Best wishes to Hoboon and the Pack family during an incredibly tough time. Maple Leaf will certainly miss your sense of humour, intelligence, and teaching skill. All the best.

    Brett Syer.

  • Johann Helf says:

    I will forever be grateful to Shawn for being such a wonderful and loving best friend to my brother Cyrus and to you Jill for raising such a kind and gentle young man. My thoughts and prayers are with you Jill and with you HoBoon and with all his family and friends. Shawn’s generous spirit and the joy he brought to so many as a son, a brother, a husband, a friend and a teacher will live on in all of us who knew him. It is a tragedy that Shawn has left this world so soon but we are all blessed to have had him in our lives. Thank you Shawn.

  • Maximilian Undrakh Bayarjargal says:

    Can’t believe he passed away. To Mr.Packs family, I’m so sorry for your loss. He was a wonderful man and great teacher.

  • Brad Helgason says:

    Shaun will be dearly missed by both students and staff here at Maple Leaf. He was an outstanding educator, a dedicated life long learner, and always shared entertaining stories which everyone enjoyed. Hoboon and family, our thoughts are with you.

  • Bob Gardner says:

    To Shaun’s family, my wife and I grieve for your loss. Through the thoughts and stories shared at his service as well as those shared by friends and students, it is obvious that Shaun was larger than life! His passion for life and education was a benefit to the many students and staff he came into contact with at Maple Leaf. He will be missed.

  • Ewan Hunt says:

    Shaun and I met in our first year in China in Shenyang. He was a dedicated teacher and a great guy who was always up for a laugh. My sincere condolences to all his family and friends.

  • Joyce Huang says:

    Shaun was a wonderful person and will be sadly missed by all who knew him.

  • Alan Hsueh says:

    Shaun brought us together with his hilarious stories. Math office would and will not be the same without you!I am in deep sadness. Sincere condolences to the family.

  • Mel Shannon says:

    Sean was a very gifted person and a great teacher. His humour and intellect inspired students and teachers. My condolences to his family.

    Mel Shannon

  • Mary Gibbons says:

    To Shaun’s wife and family; a sad loss and far, far too soon. I had many chats with Shaun in the school hallways; he was always pleasant and interesting to talk to. I am remembering a young man who had so much more to give to teaching and so much more to enjoy in life. With sincere thoughts for you at this time.

  • Rowena Tung says:

    Shaun was a generous and helpful friend and colleague. When we shared EC 12 together as a course he took the time to share course materials and introduced new programs to me. The best was just shooting the breeze with Shaun; I was bound to get lots of laughs. I am saddened by his loss and send my condolences to all his family.

  • Steve Colvin says:

    I was shocked by the news that Shaun had passed away while we were travelling back to BC. Our deepest condolences for Ho Boon Lee and all of Shaun’s family.
    I always felt that Shaun should have his life experiences immortalized on film. The stories of his exploits that he shared with we other teachers on the train or in the cab to the school have stuck with me. He seemed bigger than life and his attitude to the difficulties that beset him has always impressed me.
    I will miss you, Shaun.

  • Stanley says:

    Shaun was a good friend and colleague of mine at Maple Leaf. The tales and stories he would often bring to the math office was endless. His stories were often humourous and exciting and would often bring smiles and laughter to those that were listening. His presence in the math office will definitely be missed. I wish Ho-Boon and Shaun’s family all the best and deepest condolences in this tough time.

  • Ethel Wei says:

    I can still vividly remember his passion for his career and his love for his family when he shared his life stories in Shen Yang and Dalian Maple Leaf. May his gentle soul rest in peace. Please accept my deepest condolences.

  • Olexiy Koumpan says:

    I’d like to offer my deepest regrets to the family.

    It was always a pleasure to run into Shaun on the train to KFQ. Then, you knew it wasn’t going to be a boring ride. Thanks for the memories, Shaun.

  • Sophia Wang says:

    I am shocked by this news. Although I never had a chance to meet Mr. Pack but I believe that he is a kind, generous and intellectual teacher. I appreciate for all his contributions in Maple Leaf. My sincere condolences to his family. May he rest in peace.

  • Betsy & Bob Buchanan says:

    Dear Bruno and Jill, we were shocked to read of your son’s death. Please accept our sincere condolences and hope that time will help to heal your loss.

  • David Shang says:

    Pack was a wonderful man and a intelligent teacher. Who was once his student would always remember him for his kindness. With my best wishes to his family, may him rest in peace.

  • Sharon Hoffman says:

    condolences to the family im so sorry to hear he has left us i new SHAWN when he was a young boy of 17 when he stayed with me and my 3 sons so sorry Paul he was a great kid and glad to see he went so very far in life and did so well.

  • Gavin Kerr says:

    I have many great childhood memories of my cousin Shaun. Ive always looked up to him and wanted to be like him. What a great man and inspiration he is to me and so many others.

  • Linda Baird says:

    Jill, my thoughts are with you in this very difficult time. My heart is hurting for you, please take care of yourself. Shaun was a wonderful, funny kid. He will be greatly missed.

  • Sheila Kerr says:

    Dear Jill and Bruno, I was so saddened when I heard that you had lost your beloved son. It has been many years, but I have fond memories of Shaun, always with his guitar. I grieve with you and miss you both, dearly. You are in my thoughts and prayers. I am holding my own son closer today. All my love, Sheila

  • Cheryl Swan says:

    Words cannot adequately express my heartbreak over the loss of Shaun. He was such a kind, helpful and patient colleague who answered all my myriad questions during my first year at Maple Leaf as a new teacher 3 years ago. Since that time I have come to call Shaun my friend and will remember him always. My heart goes out to HoBoon, Shaun’s family, and all those who loved him during this very sad time. He will be dearly missed.

  • Jade and Jaclyn McGraw-George says:

    Shaun, you were a sensitive and valuable colleague. You’ll be missed. Jade and Jaclyn

  • Mike Silber says:

    Shared many cab rides with him from the jinshitan campus back to kaifaqu. Although not known for his punctuality, he more than adequately made up for this with his witty humour and easy going demeanor. I am very saddened to hear that a former colleague of mine has passed away at such a young age. He will be remembered as a dedicated teacher and nice guy. I extend my condolecenes to his family.

  • Sui Ki Chan says:

    Shawn was an excellent and passionate teacher. He truly cared for his students and was much respected. I remembered how he held after school tutorials in the old science wing. He’s brilliant and he spoke good Chinese, probably because he studied his cue cards wherever he went. Fro the last few years after the campuses were split, I don’t see him anymore, but still hear people talk about him. I’ve lost a dear family member from a car accident and I can relate to the pain of losing a loved one. My prayers are with you!

  • Graem Hodgins says:

    Shaun was a great guy, very genuine, and we had a lot of good times together, usually getting into some sort of trouble.. Wish I could have been home to attend the service but at the very least I would like to give my condolences to his family and friends. Rock on buddy, you will definitely be missed.

  • Adam Leverette says:

    My condolences to the Pack Family at such a sad time. Shaun was a unique and funny person who will be missed by all those who were lucky to have met him. He will live on in all our memories and through the impact he has had on his many students.

  • Zean Lang says:

    Mr. Pack is a great teacher. He is always nice and patient also open-minded. I had a great year in his AP Calculus class.

  • Sherman·Fu says:

    Though you are on the way to the other world, but your voice, your kindness, your words,your face will be remembered in our mind, and I never forget our great home room teacher. Although, I was not in your class, through the time you patiently answered the questions of your students after school in my home room class, I knew you are a responsible, kind and full-patience teacher! Maple Students will miss you forever!

  • Dongheon Lee says:

    Mr.Pack is a great teacher . He always inspired and encouraged students, including me, to explore the world of math continuously.

    Sincere condolences to the family

  • Charles Vallejo says:

    I am awefully sorry to hear of Shaun’s passing.
    Charles Vallejo

  • Wady Wang says:

    Life is like a leaf falling to the ground, Mr. Pack reached his destination. I am really sad for this.
    I could say nothing more.

  • motakanen says:

    Just found out. Sorry.
    See you on the other side my friend.

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