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Emotional farewell to "Hartz und cordial" – Pascal visits Dagmar's († 67) grave for the first time

2022-09-28T13:47:50.048Z

Emotional moment: "Hartz and warm" Pascal visits Dagmar's († 67) grave for the first time Created: 09/28/2022, 15:45 By: Sina Koch "Hartz and cordial" - Pascal came all the way from Kusel to visit Dagmar's grave. What touching words he addressed directly to the humorous pensioner in the cemetery: About a year after the death of "Hartz und cordial" favorite Dagmar (67), the grief for the good s



Emotional moment: "Hartz and warm" Pascal visits Dagmar's († 67) grave for the first time

Created: 09/28/2022, 15:45

By: Sina Koch

"Hartz and cordial" - Pascal came all the way from Kusel to visit Dagmar's grave.

What touching words he addressed directly to the humorous pensioner in the cemetery:

About a year after the death of "Hartz und cordial" favorite Dagmar (67), the grief for the good soul from the Benz barracks is still great.

Especially her neighbor and good friend Pascal misses his foster grandmother sorely.

He travels from Kusel to Mannheim especially to visit her grave - with a rose and a candle in his luggage, just as Dagmar would have wished.

MANNHEIM24 reports on this.

"Hartz and cordial" in Mannheim: Pascal travels 100 kilometers to visit Dagmar's grave

The "Hartz und cordial" actor Pascal has not lived in Mannheim for several months.

The ex-Barackler moved to Kusel in Rhineland-Palatinate for love.

He traveled 100 kilometers to see Dagmar's grave and to say goodbye to the good soul of the Benz barracks.

The tram ride to the cemetery takes half an hour.

The 20-year-old is happy to invest the time to finally say goodbye to his girlfriend.

"I'm going to the flower shop here now - and then I'll buy something for Dagmar's grave," reveals the "Hartz and cordially" protagonist.

"Hartz and warm": Dagmar knew Pascal from birth - "for me it's a very close bond"

The man who moved away from Mannheim had a close relationship with the warm-hearted pensioner.

Her death came as a shock to him: "It's like a slap in the face when a person is missing that you actually hold dear.

And for me it's a very close bond," Pascal continues in the new episodes of "Hartz and Warmly".

Dagmar knew Pascal from birth: she saw him grow up, accompanied him on his way out of the wheelchair, laughed with him and worked in the garden.

For the 20-year-old, the pensioner was like his grandmother – so it is all the more important for the former Mannheimer to say goodbye to the former good soul of the Benz barracks.

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"Hartz and heartily": Pascal missed Dagmar's funeral - "mentally and nervously didn't make it"

The path to Dagmar's final resting place is not easy for former Barackler Pascal.

Because the memories are still fresh: "When I found out that Dagmar had died, it was a shock at first.

Mentally and nervously, I didn't make it to the funeral either," reveals Pascal in the 66th episode "Hartz and warmly".

He wants nothing more than to be able to laugh and joke with his neighbor again - just like they have done all their lives.

"It's very difficult for me to process all of this and sometimes I wish that the person who was missing was back," reveals the 20-year-old on the RTLZWEI show.

"Hartz and cordial" in the Benz barracks: Pascal has fond memories of Dagmar

The 20-year-old has experienced a lot with the humorous pensioner - the memories come back to the urn grave of the "Hartz and cordial" darling.

Pascal struggled to get out of the wheelchair.

Dagmar was also an important support here: "I was in a wheelchair for eight years, that's what happened with my legs.

I was in the hospital for a long time and had a lot of operations behind me," the audience favorite continued about his illness.

Dagmar always supported him and firmly believed that Pascal would walk again.

"She never questioned my decisions," he recalls.

The thoughts of Dagmar's backing and support give him strength.

"Without Daggi, I'll be honest, I wouldn't be where I am now," reveals Pascal at his foster grandmother's grave.

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Source: merkur

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