Swiss Expat DANIEL EIGENSATZ Dies in Cambodia at Home on Phnom Penh's Riverside

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Re: Swiss Expat DANIEL EIGENSATZ Dies in Cambodia at Home on Phnom Penh's Riverside

Post by Anchor Moy » Sat Nov 24, 2018 12:55 pm

Cam Nivag wrote:
Fri Nov 23, 2018 10:34 pm
clutchcargo wrote:
Fri Nov 23, 2018 6:58 pm
I've seen this guy a lot in front of La Croisette. How old was he? Coz seems too young. RIP
He must have been about 57. That's the death zone.
Cam Nivag wrote:
Fri Nov 23, 2018 11:20 pm
Why are expats constantly surprised by other expats dying in their 50s? It's the norm, it's not an aberration. It's like someone in the early 1800s saying "Napoleon died at 51? I can't believe it."
People die, get over it ? Your empathy for family and friends of deceased expats is underwhelming.
Who cares about the statistics ? When good people die, for those that will miss them, it's always too soon. It's called grieving. (Look it up.)
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Re: Swiss Expat DANIEL EIGENSATZ Dies in Cambodia at Home on Phnom Penh's Riverside

Post by Deefer » Sat Nov 24, 2018 2:09 pm

In our 3 visits to La Croisette we found Daniel's friendliness and the high level of customer satisfaction to be outstanding.

Rest in Peace Mate. You will not be forgotten.
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Re: Swiss Expat DANIEL EIGENSATZ Dies in Cambodia at Home on Phnom Penh's Riverside

Post by PIEMAN » Sat Nov 24, 2018 2:35 pm

:facepalm: Does anybody know his age,was a quiet guy who nodded at you like expats did,drank alone in the corner bar on 136st during shift turn arounds . :beer3:
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Re: Swiss Expat DANIEL EIGENSATZ Dies in Cambodia at Home on Phnom Penh's Riverside

Post by Splashback » Sat Dec 01, 2018 2:11 pm

Daniel was a great guy and an excellent host at his work in La Croisette, and previously at Equinox. Respectful, knowledgeable and witty with a good nature. I had an excellent dinner at La Croisette a few weeks ago with colleagues and it was great to have a chat and a few laughs with him. Tragic.

For any friends of his without FB, there will be a ceremony today. Rest in peace my friend. Sincere condolences to his family and close friends.

"Dear Friends, if you would like to attend Daniel's funeral and ceremony: it will take place tomorrow, Saturday, at 4PM at Sambour Meas pagod (https://goo.gl/maps/wdQaxVLtvFm). A bus will leave from La Croisette at 2.45 pm, and return at 5pm, followed by a get-together at La Croisette. See you tomorrow."
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Re: Swiss Expat DANIEL EIGENSATZ Dies in Cambodia at Home on Phnom Penh's Riverside

Post by RickyBobby » Mon Dec 17, 2018 2:13 am

Anchor Moy wrote:
Sat Nov 24, 2018 12:55 pm
Cam Nivag wrote:
Fri Nov 23, 2018 11:20 pm
Why are expats constantly surprised by other expats dying in their 50s? It's the norm, it's not an aberration. It's like someone in the early 1800s saying "Napoleon died at 51? I can't believe it."
People die, get over it ? Your empathy for family and friends of deceased expats is underwhelming.
Who cares about the statistics ? When good people die, for those that will miss them, it's always too soon. It's called grieving. (Look it up.)
It's a typical matter of fact unfiltered response for an Autistic person. He cant help it. Its not all untrue.
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