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    01-18-2015 07:27 PM
    HI Larry. I know I've been MIA from the Pool world for some time. Married & Family life will do that I guess, lol. I'm shooting a little bit here and there and decided to come back to the forum here. I wrote a little something on Jimmy Abel in the Hall Of Fame section.
    I found out that former 1/3rd owner of Executive, Guy Hamilton (aka Guy Azzariti) passed away last year. Guy was never my favorite person, but I was sad to learn of his passing. I think Jimmy Jr. passed away as well. The former owner of Post Billiards and owner of the Freddie's Dry Cleaners fired Mitch sometime last year. I tried to learn of the details, but was unsuccessful. As for me, I've retired from DJing after 30 years and remain working full time as a Psychotherapist. I live just outside Waterbury, CT. How are you doing? Where do you play these days? Hope to hear from you soon. Best, Steve Kinsella. CSW007@aol.com Cell: 914 450 6007
  2. G&M
    10-25-2011 11:55 AM

    I saw Paul Fields yesterday at Amsterdam. He was a good friend of Jimmy's, as you know.

    Are you still in touch with Mitch?

    If you can, please email me at lsm@outtengolden.com (although I check the pms here too once every couple of weeks).

    Take care,
    07-17-2011 04:54 PM
    Larry, it's Steve Kinsella, Mitch Kaufman's friend. I worked at Executive and played with a Huebler cue. How the heck are you?
  4. G&M
    07-15-2011 06:34 AM
    Saw your post about Jimmy Abel. I used to play in White Plains and knew Jimmy also. He was a very good guy, and very knowledgeable about pool and life. You're right he did have a Jedi master sort of way about him. As you probably know, he was also an expert hypnotist and knew a lot about a lot of different subjects. I saw part of that 24-hour pocketing record at Executive Billiards in White Plains. Jimmy was explaining to me afterwards about how caught a rhythm by playing so fast and for so long.

    Jimmy also wrote a good book about pool, although it hasn't been circulated widely.

    He was an all-around nice guy, interesting, smart, and great pool player and teacher. Thanks for bringing him up in your post.

    Take care,
    Larry Moy

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