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Geoff Gray - Book of Condolence

Post by Gordon »

To all the members here that have enquired on my son Geoff's progress, and to those that met him at the odd rally, Geoff lost his long battle against Leukaemia on Monday July 3rd. in the afternoon. In recent weeks he had lost so much weight and by Sunday night he looked worse than those rescued from Belson in 1945. I am now a strong supporter of euthanasia, no living creature should have to suffer in this way.
So I now have to swing his XLT for him whenever I can get out.
Many thanks for your support in the past, it has been invaluable.
Rosemary and Gordon Gray.

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Post by greenhorne »

my thoughts are with you gordon,
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Post by Saablady »

John and I are saddened to hear Geoff lost his battle with Leukaemia.
We had the pleasure of meeting him at a few rallies and admired not only his quiet determination to beat this illness but also you and your family for the positive way you dealt with what was happening.

You are all in our thoughts and prayers at this sad time.



Post by Steve-B »

Gordon, apologies, I cannot find the right words to express my sincere condolences at your most saddest of loses...



Post by fosterp »

So sorry to hear your very sad news....

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Post by Jackel »

Gordon so sad for your loss my deepest thoughts are with you..


Post by Kyarra »

Gordan, my thoughts are with you


Post by Rod_Blunt »

So sorry to hear of your loss, Gordon. My heartfelt condolencies to you and your family.

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Post by john gm »

Gordon.......I had no idea. I'm so sorry to hear such terribly sad news. My sincere condolences to you and your family.
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Post by flipperbrownsnout »

I`m very sorry for you and your families loss, I too lost a close family member a couple of weeks ago and know what your going through. I totally agree with your comments about euthanasia as my grandmother suffered for 2 years with illness and in the end she`d had enough. try and remember the good times you had

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Post by Marty.L »

Gordon,my thoughts are with you and your family on hearing of this sad news.My sincere condolences to you.
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Post by leadlumps »

Thoughts are with you Gordon & Rosemary.

You look after yourselves.


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Post by Durham Dave »

such sad news gordon :( , we all feel for you and rosemary.
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Post by bathdigger »

Sorry to hear of your loss.

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Post by Jo »

So sorry to hear your sad news Gordon :( , our thoughts are with you and Rosemary x