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Thread: Flight Sergeant L4020030 Peter George Lambert

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    Default Flight Sergeant L4020030 Peter George Lambert

    37 years in the airforce, only ever flew a desk. Then left and became a priest.
    That was my dad who unfortunately died this morning aged 90.
    So if you have time to raise a glass today, I know he would’ve appreciated it.
    Cheers dad, I miss you....

    Never Knowingly Undergunned !!

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    My sincere condolences, Chris.

    I will make time to raise a glass to your Dad this evening.

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    My thoughts are with you Chris and I will certainly raise a Glass to your Dad tonight,. R I P Peter.
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    Sorry to hear that Chris - a cold one will be raised

    "He is wise who watches"

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    Sorry to hear such news Tim. 90 years and the stories he told and memories you will have of him.

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    Deepest condolences, will raise a glass in his memory.

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    Blessings and peace forever and ever, good and faithful servant!

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    Condolences Chris, will certainly raise a glass tonight.
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    Condolences, Chris.
    May he live long in your memory.

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    For some Americans, Memorial Day isn't only for our own. Thoguhts and prayers, amigo.
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    My condolences and all the positive vibes I can muster are being sent your way. Elbow bumps (cause hugs are not currently recommended).
    Mike
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    A wide range of his "field of service"! Blue skies, Mr. Lambert

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    I am so very sorry to read this, Chris. My deepest condolences to you and your family. I will most certainly raise a glass this evening in his honor.
    Bill

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    "At peace, know that your time here was good". A prayer and a glass both raised.
    Karl
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    Thank you gentlemen

    Never Knowingly Undergunned !!

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    thinking of you Hedeby

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    Cheers to you, Flight Sergeant Lambert and a life well lived.

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    My condolences to you and your family at this time, Chris. May your father Rest in Peace.

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    Sorry to hear the news Chris, my sincerest condolences. Hopefully it was a quality 90 years to remember.

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    Sincere Condolences Chris!
    I will be proud to raise a glass in his memory.

    "Its a fine line indeed between going out in a Blaze of Glory or having Crashed & Burnt!"
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    Sorry to hear of your loss. He will live on in your memory.

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    it will be a glass of wine here for his memory

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    I'm sorry to hear of your loss.



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