Dr F's Funeral arrangements

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Dr F's Funeral arrangements

Postby Plipton » Wed Jun 04, 2008 12:14 pm

Dear all,

Steve and I have been in contact with Yorkshire Police and they have spoken to Tony's girlfriend Zoe regarding the funeral.

Here are the arrangements;

> The funeral will be held at the Cottingley Hall Crematoriumat 3PM on Wednesday 11 June (next week).
> Zoe is happy for anyone who wants to attend to do so.
> A wake will be held after the funeral at the Corn Mill pub.
> No flowers please.
> Donations in lieu to the Yorkshire Air Ambulance through the forum (i.e. Weeksy’s PayPal account).

Very sad times, but this is our last chance to say goodbye to a good mate.

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Postby Skavitch » Fri Jun 06, 2008 8:08 pm

I'll be there to represent the good folks on the site here.

I'll print out and hand over the "SAD NEWS" post if that is appropriate.
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Postby BigTobyD » Fri Jun 06, 2008 8:24 pm

I think it would be highly appropriate. When my step Dad died recently my Mum got great comfort from seeing how much he had touched the lives of others and how high a regard he was held in.
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Postby jehadjoe » Fri Jun 06, 2008 9:14 pm

Hey Guys, I was hoping this would have his picture in it but I am sure it will not be in here?.... here is what he had sent me...wish I could be thare,

he was and is a wonderful soul and a great friend to me. I am so sorry I will not be able to make it,

Please give my regards and heart felt condolences to his family and friends. A Winner like no other.


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Postby Astroboy » Sun Jun 08, 2008 12:06 am

If I would live in the UK, I would be @ his funeral, just to support his family. Last year when my little brother was killed in an motorcycle accident, there was a lot of people there to support the family and friends. It helped me a lot, just to know there were still people who cared and showed compassion for another person.

Hope this will be the case too with DR F.

Take care DR F, know that you will be missed and never be forgotten. :cry:

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Postby Chris » Wed Jun 11, 2008 12:38 pm

I can't be there myself, but I'm going to pay my respects to the good Dr by holding a two minute silence at 3pm.

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