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Thread: Donald (Stacks) Plenty

  1. #21
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    Thank you all for attending.

  2. #22
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    Aug 2010
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    Peterborough
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    Toby, Stack's Plenty's son, Helen his mum, and his sister, really do appreciate everyone's kind thoughts and comments on here.
    Toby & his Family really did appreciate Ianmac & Johnno Johnson being there, when he needed all the support he could get.
    Their presence and the HMS Lowestoft Association they represent, meant a lot to him.
    Wells is a very small place, and it seems he was a very well known, and well liked friend, to all who knew him.
    He passed the bar to the sounds of Plink Floyd, one of his favorite bands.
    At the Rose & Crown, Stack's local pub. The landlord and their staff helped Toby and his family give Stacks a very memorable send off.
    A last great run ashore in his memory.
    The Landlord, was a very generous man, who knew Stacks well and stocks Pussers Rum too, an excellent host.
    Jacquie & I will miss Stack's, but will try to keep in touch with Toby & his family.
    Kindest Regards to you all.
    Sandy.
    My time to pass or come again, the wheel of life keeps turning.

  3. #23
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    Jul 2010
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    Heald Green Cheshire NOT Greater Manchester!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sandy Sanders View Post
    Toby, Stack's Plenty's son, Helen his mum, and his sister, really do appreciate everyone's kind thoughts and comments on here.
    Toby & his Family really did appreciate Ianmac & Johnno Johnson being there, when he needed all the support he could get.
    Their presence and the HMS Lowestoft Association they represent, meant a lot to him.
    Wells is a very small place, and it seems he was a very well known, and well liked friend, to all who knew him.
    He passed the bar to the sounds of Plink Floyd, one of his favorite bands.
    At the Rose & Crown, Stack's local pub. The landlord and their staff helped Toby and his family give Stacks a very memorable send off.
    A last great run ashore in his memory.
    The Landlord, was a very generous man, who knew Stacks well and stocks Pussers Rum too, an excellent host.
    Jacquie & I will miss Stack's, but will try to keep in touch with Toby & his family.
    Kindest Regards to you all.
    Sandy.
    Cheers for that Sandy, it was great that some members of the Lowie Association were able to attend the funeral and give him the good send off you described.
    "Wot,no Airlocks on the Lowie!!!!"

  4. #24
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    May 2010
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    Portsmouth
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    I endorse all said so far. If I had not been on a prebooked holiday last week I would have gone down to pay my respects and partake of some of the rum mentioned no doubt. Well done all for representing us.
    It is never too late to be what you might have been.

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