Friday, November 29, 2013

Sad Loss of Joyce Farhat!

I Like To Hurt People! Detroits Big Time Wrestling! The Original Sheik! Captain Ed George!
Amongst all that, a smiling face will always standout
as bubbly and sincere, that of Joyce Farhat.
The Wife of The Original Sheik, and mother of Captain Ed George, Joyce had her work cut out for her.
She has a short role in I Like To Her People, but was always and will always be remembered for her sincere role.
Imagine being in Joyces shoes for a moment.
How does she respond when asked, what does your husband do?
Or have fans throwing objects and trying to hurt him, and maybe try to follow him home after a brutal match with a fan favorite.
The Sheik,one of the toughest, Captain Ed George, a tough guy to reckon with, but maybe we overlooked the toughest, in Joyce Farhat??
We mourn her loss, but we can celebrate her life, and if the movie had to change its name,
maybe it would be She never Liked to Hurt People!
The Farhat family would love to celebrate Joyce's amazing life with you at a visitation (Gorseline-Runcimen Funeral Home, 205 E Middle St, Williamston) on this THURSDAY 2 TO 4 THEN 6 TO 8 (rosary at 7 p.m.)

Thursday, November 21, 2013

Mad Dog Vachon One of the Real Tough Guys Dead at 84!

Sad news in the World of Professional Wrestling as Maurice Mad Dog Vachon has passed away at the age of 84.
Although Billed from Algeria, Canada was home and along with Paul "The Butcher" Vachon, formed one of themostmemoible Tag Teams in history.
They had bloody Championship matches with Dick The Bruiser and The Crusher.
Butcher told Promoter Bob Brooks live on CPW that Mad Dog and he knew that it would be an all out fight for their lives when these four had a match.
Always known for being a real tough man, Maurice was also funny, witty, and resrved when time was less hectic.
Maurice brought us a lifetime of memories for which we need to be grateful!!
To my good friends Paul and Dee, words are never enough at this time.
My symphathy and condolences to all of you.
As always, at CPW, we remember!
Maurice Mad Dog Vachon at the Mic, with Paul The Butcher Vachon and of course Legendary Marty Oneil!