Comment from: Nora Salisbury [Visitor]  

:’( Bless your heart Tiger.
I had forgotten all about that video … it was so sweet to see her healthy and vital again. Thank you for that. <3
I intend to handle her sales until eBay makes me quit (I’ll have to call them to ask what I can do.) …
and I want to try to keep her work maintained & updated. I saw someone in a post from Tara have the gall to use it to offer their services to be Tara’s webmaster and I could just feel Doreen seething. How rude and inappropriate. I have a friend in Ohio whose hubby is working on his masters degree in comp stuff, and has a thing that lets people edit HTML source without knowing HTML, just like writing normally. So I intend to keep her work alive, and also want to make a memorial site for her. It’s a huge undertaking but I want to try. Not sure what Tara or Frank or anyone else will have to say about it, guess it’s up to them mostly. Well, I can make her a memorial site despite what anyone says.
Keep in touch, Paul. <3 ((HUGS)) :* MWAH MWAH MWAH

Mar. 17, 2014 @ 04:25
Comment from: Paul Rudoff [Member]

Thank you, Wolfie.

That video (and one audio file where you both wish me a Happy New Year) is all I have of my own personal media of you and Doreen since the 1998 trip photos got destroyed.

I can’t believe some people are such crumbs that they would think Doreen’s death is an opportunity for them to take over her work. Such lowlifes.

I have no interest in taking over any of her sites - I can barely keep my own site active - but if you need any help with anything, let me know. I would definitely like to help you bring the GBFF back to life in some fashion, even if it’s in an archived state. The GBFF was the site that brought most of us together, and it would be a shame if it stayed offline. I was always trying to encourage Doreen to bring the GBFF back.

Yes, please keep the Tara and Frank sites, and any others, online. From time to time I would send her multimedia and stuff for each of them. I hope I’d be able to do the same with you if you maintain them.

I’ll really feel Doreen’s loss when I find or have multimedia of voice actors to share with her.

I watched last night’s The Walking Dead (ep “The Grove"), and I don’t know if it was because of Doreen’s death, or if it was because of the scene itself, but I sobbed like a baby when Carol did what she did to Lizzie. Although I’m an easy crier (I cry at the end of Cool Runnings), I never cried like that before while watching the show.

Anyway, I’m rambling…. You have my prayers and sympathies. If there’s anything I can do to help, my hand is eternally outreached - until it starts cramping :-)

– Paul

Mar. 17, 2014 @ 16:41
Comment from: Corey [Visitor]

Rest easy Doreen. She came, she saw, she kicked it’s ass 🗽

Mar. 17, 2014 @ 18:41
Comment from: Cathie Sears [Visitor]

This is wonderful. Thank you so much for sharing :)

Mar. 17, 2014 @ 21:50
Comment from: Michelle [Visitor]

This is so sad… 2014 was a chappy year for us Paul first we lose our father and our friend…. It isnt fair..

Jul. 31, 2014 @ 21:21
Comment from: Steve C. [Visitor]

From someone who WASN’T a Ghostbuster watchers but still,
Rip Doreen..:(

Mar. 15, 2015 @ 10:06

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