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re: sad news

> Lee Warner had many fish friends around the San Francisco Bay Area and 
> around the internet world. He passed away recently at the young age of 
> 47 from complications of emphysema. I knew him for many years and know 
> his angelfish gave him a lot of pleasure. I went through his hatchery 
> and saved the nicest pairs to sell on Aquabid. Lee's estate still has 
> some obligations and Lee also has an elderly mother in a rest home. 100% 
> of the proceeds will go towards paying off the bills. The fish will be 
> professionally packed but there will be no guarantees asides from the 
> one offered by the shipping company. This first pair up for auction is 
> under a year old. They spawned 30 minutes after the picture was taken 
> but the one I took of that is out of focus. Rik Vandiver, #1 employee 
> Angels West

A small request: when you put the late Mr. Warner's fish up for auction, 
could you include something like "Warner angels" or "Estate sale," so that 
we can see which angels to bid on?  There are so many angels up for auction, 
and I'm not sure which are the "right" ones. 

 - Erika