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Jordyn Kaufer

My former hockey friend..

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Just found out this morning that one of my good friends from hockey from stillwater highschool, graduated in '07, has died in mexico last night.

here's a link http://www.twincities.com/allheadlines/ci_11993804?nclick_check=1

Really sad to hear because he was a great kid to chill with and to know someone like this.

R.I.P. Josh "Gundy" Gunderson

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Sad story and thats just too young. Sounds like he was great kid/friend.

Condolences to you, his Friends and family.

Pier.

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Thank you Pier..

He is greatly missed from all of us who attend Stillwater Area Highschool.

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I saw that on the news tonight. I'm very sorry to hear you lost a friend.

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Thanks jwhjr.

It just makes me even more sad because they dont even know how he died

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Also saw on news last night. Unfortunate.

Thoughts and prayers to all family and friends.

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It's sounding like an accident from what I'm hearing.

Prayer sent!

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Well they arent 100% sure on what happened yet because of all the drug wars and stuff down there

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Played against stillwater alot in youth hockey, I also graduated in 07 and had the pleasure of meeting him on several occasions during games and hockey tournaments, very nice guy, first class, and an excellent hockey player.

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Walleyefisher,

HE was a great guy!

I didnt know him that personally but when i was around him and talking to him he was really funny and just got along with everyone

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