OP: DancingDoc has passed away... RIP Doc.

While starting to reach out to some of the senior members from the prior eras of the site, I came across what appears to be an obituary for one of our most legendary members of all time, DancingDoc. I haven't been able to confirm this yet, but name, location, and hobbies in the obituary match up perfectly, and none of my contact methods for him are active anymore. I really hope I'm wrong about this, but it's not looking good.

Barry was an incredible soul and an inspiration to me; he was light hearted and quick to offer assistance to anyone that needed it. He served as a moderator on this site for quite a few years in the late 2000's early 2010s, and had more patience in his pinky than I am capable of. He was one of the driving forces in building this community and a treasure to the world.

Dec. 2, 1942 — Oct. 20, 2016

Barry A. Waldron, born and raised in Placerville, Calif., was the only child of Loren and Elizabeth Waldron. He served 27 months with the U.S. Army at the communications center in Saigon during the Vietnam war. During the 1980s he became a ballroom dance instructor, helped to establish Let’s Dance Ballroom dance club in Sacramento, Calif., and taught ballroom dance in Placerville for more than 24 years. He was an avid audiophile, belonged to the Placerville computer club and earned his private pilot license to fly the family plane.

Barry is survived by many relatives and friends.

Posted: 23 Dec 06:23


WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOW. I didn't realize he was that old :/

Posted: 08 Mar 05:07

Always helpful answers with everything from medical or sexuality, hopefully any of his answers have been transferred over to this new site to keep his legacy alive, many thanks for good reading material dancing doc

Posted: 09 Aug 06:36

Farewells to the Vietnam Veteran even in 2023.

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Posted: 09 Jan 13:20

Rest in peace, Doc. You were a teacher to us all.

Posted: 11 Feb 03:03

WOW!! I used to be a regular in here about 10yrs ago and lost the link. I realize, I'm very late in sending condolences to Dancing Doc 😢 He was brilliant!! There was also a nurse that was in here at the same time, that had to go into hiding. There was another lady that taught us all about the G-spot and P-spot on females, plus other ones I cannot remember. Cheers

Posted: 25 Feb 19:19

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