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Vic Dunlop

Vic Dunlop (Photo: Alexander Sibaja/Getty Images Entertainment)
Vic Dunlop (Photo: Alexander Sibaja/Getty Images Entertainment)

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January 10, 2016 "When Vic would come to Austin,TX, he would always call me for a massage. He was the most polite and gentlemanly client I ever had. He was not just a massage client ,but a good friend. The other day I came across a beautiful postcard he'd sent me just to say hi and to tell me he was coming this way soon. Austin has changed much and is not as friendly, but I am so grateful to have such a beautiful memory of a beautiful person in the beautiful time that it was. He is greatly missed ,but I am comforted to know he is in God's hands and will see him again. With warmest regards to his family, Candy Clifton" - Candace Clifton (Austin, TX)
October 17, 2015 "We used to go see Vic at the Cleveland Comedy Club every time he was in town. What a big hearted man. We became friends and we would go to the before and after parties by his invite. We always think of Vic and will deeply miss him! RIP Brother with much love." - Ruseell Palinkas (Cleveland, OH)
December 09, 2013 "My husband and I met Vic when he came to Funny Bones in Springfield, IL. that was well over 10 years ago. What a wonderful man we never missed any of his shows as he became our favorite comedian. We are very saddened to learn of his death, as I was going on line to find out when he was coming back to see us, that's when I seen that he passed, it was as if we lost our friend, such a wonderful friend we lost. Our hearts go out to his family, he will forever be in our hearts. A. Nunes"
July 01, 2013 "vic was a blessing from god to us and now hes in comic heaven making our heavenly father laugh. i met vic twice and he had so much love in his heart to me. i miss him very much. long live the king of making us laugh and giggle!" - michael lee (scottsdale, AZ)
March 12, 2012 "I met Vic when he interviewed me on his VH1 "Eggman" show in 1989. His energy, courtesy, friendliness and cheerfulness was infectious. I am sorry to hear of his passing - way too soon. God Bless you, Vic." - Grayson Hugh (Danbury, CT)
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Obituary for Vic Dunlop
GLENDALE, Calif. (AP) - "Make Me Laugh" comic Vic Dunlop has died in California of diabetes complications at 62. His wife, Linda Dunlop, tells...
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