Last Post .. we will remember them

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LUMB, Peter

Peter Raymond Lumb, 70, of Pownal, USA died on November 5th 2018 from complications due to blood cancer.

Peter was born in Bury, England, and after schooling joined the British Army in the Royal Corps of Signals. He met his American military wife Bonnie while stationed at S.H.A.P.E. in Europe.

Peter's military career spanned 22 years and brought him and his family to Singapore, Belgium, Germany, Ireland and England.


From Sid Parkin 29/05/19                   Email: Sid Parkin

DIBDEN, Gordon

Loving husband of Ilsemarie, beloved father of Ralph (dec) and Martin, passed away peacefully on Wednesday 8th May 2019 at Clayton Church Homes, Magill, South Australia


From Martin Dibden 11/05/19                   Email: Martin Dibden

LEWIS, Geoff (Taff)

Geoff (Taff) Lewis sadly passed away this month.

A friend and fellow footballer from 21 Signal Regiment, RAF Wildenrath 1975-78.


From Geoff Clay 22/04/19                   Email: Geoff Clay

CHAPMAN, Les

Les served in the Royal Signals as a Tele Mech before entering civilian life as a Project Manager (sorry I do not have exact dates). He passed away on the 6th April 2019 with complications due to Motor Neurone Disease. He leaves behind Pam, his wife, and 5 children: Natasha, Daniel, Jake, Ross and Zak.

Les served in Blandford, Catterick and Cyprus (amongst others places) and also worked in Kuwait, Afghanistan, Saudi, Belgium (as a civilian).

His funeral will take place on 26th April 2019 at Surfleet Crematorium, Lincolnshire at 10am. If you knew Les and would like to pay your respects, despite the years, then please do come along and help us celebrate a life that was taken from us at such a young age of 54.

I hope that this get through to some ex-colleagues

Jacque (his sister)


From Jacque 15/04/19                   Email: Jacque

PHILLIPS, Brenda

In memory of my mother Brenda Phillips who passed away on 20/08/2018

Miss Phillips was stationed in Western Command, Chester and also in The Cabinet Rooms in Whitehall.


From John 21/03/19                   Email: John

THOMAS, W.G (Bill)

Bill sadly passed away on 21st December 2018. He was an old soldier of the old school.

He retired as a SSgt (SQMS). He was an ex-Wireless Op and a D-Day veteran who took part in Operation Market Garden. We served together in 33 Sig Regt (V) from 1970 to 1972 and remained true friends until the end.

Sadly missed by his family and friends.


From Len Jeffrey 13/03/19                   Email: Len Jeffrey

CLANCY, Kevin Michael

18/09/1948 - 16/10/2012

RIP


From Mark Clancy 07/03/19                   Email: Mark Clancy

MAGNER, Herbert

Bert slipped away peacefully on 15th February 2019.


From Cliff Magner 05/03/19                   Email: Cliff Magner

BANKS, Gordon

National Serviceman in the Corps in the 1950s - and sometime English goalkeeper!

Rest in peace, Gordon. Certa Cito!


From Mike Graham 13/02/19                   Email: Mike Graham

McINTYRE, Bill (Paddy)

Died at home in Kyrenia, 3rd February 2019. With deepest sympathy to Jacqueline.


From Mike Graham 13/02/19                   Email: Mike Graham

MIFSUD, Tony

A greatfriend, ex S/Sgt Tony Mifsud of 234 Signal Squadron, Malta, passed away on 26/01/2019. A true gentleman and always an honour to meet up with him over the years.


From Ray Cripps 27/01/19                   Email: Ray Cripps