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Barry Reed Bryner, 70, passed away February 10, 2018 at his home in Draper, Utah.
CW was a Moderator and major contributor to this Forum
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Condolences to Chuckwagon's family and friends. His quirky humour and enthusiasm for sausage making are a great legacy that he left for us on this forum.
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I have read many posts by Chuckwagon on this forum. Great information. Great recipes. Great person.
I will miss him.
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Condolences to the family also He will be missed by many, I enjoyed him
Also thanks Redzed for the Obit truly a great man !
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Hate to hear this. He had so much enthusiasm.
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I learned a lot from him.
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O, my... Such a sad news... He was a such wonderful person. His willingness to share his knowledge, experience and of course recipes was hudge! I definitely learned a lot from him...
We all miss him.
My condolences to the family...
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Very sad news. Sorry to hear of his passing. I really liked his detailed approach to everything sausage and the like! I am sure he will be sorely missed by his family and friends.
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It sounds like Chuckwagon was a valued member on this site ! My condolences to his family and friends ! Rest in Peace Chuckwagon !
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Man he was a character. Sad to hear the news.
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aka as Barry Byner, passed away on Feb.10, 2018. He taught me all I know about sausage making and charcuterie, was a great wit, and a fine man. He will be missed, may he rest in peace. RAY
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I just saw this. Very sad.
I haven't been a member of this forum for very long and don't yet feel like part of the community, but I've read hundreds of Chuckwagon's posts and have learned so damn much from him. He was truly a wealth of knowledge and an asset to this forum.
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Really sad news...so many great contributions on this site.
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Yup he was a colorful character thats for sure. Really not sure just how much he really knew but he sure could put out the B.S. when needed
Not many forums would have him around because of it.
I remember reading about the State troupers arresting him for impaired while he was the towns sheriff and fooling around with the under age dispatcher.
Like I said he was a colorful guy. LOL
Rest In Piece CW