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January 27, 2020
Devastating. I'm still trying to process this .
January 27, 2020
Suddenly you were gone, from all the lives you left tour mark upon... Rest In Peace.
January 27, 2020
My sincere condolences for the loss of your loved one. It's always hard to lose someone. May God soothe your heart at this difficult time.
January 27, 2020
Devastating. My heart weeps. I love you Neil!
January 27, 2020
We will also remember Neil Peart we always love him I will say a special prayer for the family. May he Rest In Peace
January 27, 2020
R.I.P. Neil Peart - G.O.A.T.
January 27, 2020
Thank you for helping to create music that has brought so many people together. You have been a role model to both my father (John Dillon) and me for many reasons. Aside from being a musical genius, you were more importantly a kind, generous, and genuine soul. Your music will continue to inspire people for generations to come. Rest In Peace Neil.
January 27, 2020
Thank you for sharing your incredible talent and knowledge. God Speed
January 27, 2020
Attending a LIbrary Sale of thousands of books lasdt year, I
brought home a bagful, One of them was "Ghost Rider" and the flyleaf announced it was one of several travel accounts written by a
musician.
As it happened, 'Ghost Rider" was the last book in the bag to read
just now. I was very impressed by this "musician's" writing. But,his
name sounded familiar somehow, as if I had seen it recently.
Then a memory of reading a day or two ago an obituary in "The
Globe & Mail" was recalled.
I guess I'm impressed by the timing of all this as well as the way Neil Peart has begun his tale of handling his grief of losing family in such a heartfelt way.
I will finish this travel account with more than the usual appreciation of a trip well told. I will celebrate his joining with his wife and daughter on a new and eternal journey.
Happy travels to your loved ones, Neil
January 26, 2020
When I learned of Neil's passing, I was devastated, shocked and saddened. I started listening to Rush in 1977 when I first heard of them, and have been a big fan since. This is a man of no relation to me, but I'll share my thoughts with the fans of Rush, and Neil's friends...In my mind, he was intelligent, dedicated, very nice, mellow, and a good heart. He took what he did seriously and was "The Master" in my book. I call him the professor, because he knew his craft inside and out. My sincere condolences go out to his family. Rest in peace Neil.

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