Messages have been posted on the fundraising page of the man who died during an arctic fundraising expedition. Among them are memories from friends, family and colleagues.
"A kind and loving gentleman with a beautiful soul. You will never be forgotten"
"We remember how much passion you put into this cause. May your soul rest in peace."
"Would have paid any money to have you back my friend still can't believe you are gone. rest in peace hope to see you again one day."
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