[PnP] John Hooten RIP
unlv_runnin_rebels at yahoo.com
Fri Oct 7 04:04:14 CEST 2011
Sorry to hear about John's passing. Thank you for passing on the news.
From: Scott Adams <longshotgm at netzero.com>
To: The Powers and Perils Mailing List <pnp at abroere.xs4all.nl>
Sent: Wednesday, October 5, 2011 11:57 PM
Subject: [PnP] John Hooten RIP
It seems we have lost yet another member to our quiet group.
John Hooten aka Raban to most of us was a kind guy. But there seems
to be evidence that he died earlier this summer. I tried to check
with 2 of the others listed for his city. One does not exist and the
other has not replied. I tried to search for info on his sister here
in town but no direct info so can't confirm it with her. So while
this is unconfirmed it seems to be highly likely. Some evidence seems
to indicate and the clues pile up.
We know he had medical issues and seems to have lost that battle. We
lost contact was 8 months ago. I tried to email him before a few
times and did get a reply actually in May. So my last contact was
I knew John only in email as much as a relationship can go. But I
thought he was a good guy and a very active player in my PBEM game.
He was in the last couple of adventures about 3 years.
In our game he was known as Raban a half-breed Giant Bard that was
kind and gentle but as powerful as 8 kodiak bears. He was always
eager to play and learn more.
We shall miss him.
This is the obit that we seemed to find about him:
John McDaniel Hooten, 52, of Lincoln, died unexpectedly Friday, June 24,
2011. Born in Birmingham, Ala. on October 16, 1958. John attended
Herscher High School and then graduated from Norfolk High School in
the top 10 in the class of 1976. He earned a bachelor's degree in
electrical engineering at U.N.L. in 1981. John helped in raising Zacharia,
Joshua and Jeremiah Gillander.
Survived by his parents, Jerry and Joan Hooten of Welaka, Fla.; loving
partner, Rhonda Gillander of Lincoln; brother, Scott Hooten of Tampa,
Fla.; sister, Cher Selvey of Jacksonville, Fla.; many nephews, nieces
Memorial service will be held 1 p.m. Thursday, June 30, 2011 at Wadlow
Rozanek Funeral Home, 5200 'R' Street, Lincoln with Rev. Wayne Alloway
officiating. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be sent to John's favor
ite place: Henry Doorly Zoo, Cats Complex, 3701 S 10th Street, Omaha,
NE 68107. Share condolences at www.wadlowrozanek.com. Arrangements by
Wadlow Rozanek Funeral Home and Cremation Services, Lincoln.
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