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    RIP Dutch

    Darren seemed to always be a part of our sports lives. Never had the opportunity to meet him, but many have said he was an amazing person.
    RIP

    Hope, at the end of the day connects us all, no matter how different we are

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    With his time in Edmonton before joining TSN, I don't really remember a time where he wasn't part of our sports scene. This is a bit shocking. Rest in peace.

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      #3
      Rod Smith
      @RodSmithTSN

      1h


      Dutchy was a friend, a colleague and the lifeblood of TSN for nearly 30 years And one of the funniest, most original people I’ve ever known. One of a kind. His death makes me profoundly sad. But his memory will always make me smile. Rest in peace, Dutch.
      Hope, at the end of the day connects us all, no matter how different we are

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        #4
        Originally posted by Hugoagogo View Post
        Rod Smith
        @RodSmithTSN

        1h


        Dutchy was a friend, a colleague and the lifeblood of TSN for nearly 30 years And one of the funniest, most original people I’ve ever known. One of a kind. His death makes me profoundly sad. But his memory will always make me smile. Rest in peace, Dutch.
        Sad day for the sports broadcast world

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          #5
          ****ing cancer
          In Rod we trust

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            Hope, at the end of the day connects us all, no matter how different we are

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