Discussion in 'The Barracks' started by Ron Goldstein, Sep 24, 2015.
Thanks for that
I will add his name later today
I hope you meant Geoff, Ron.
i did of course mean your good self but I'm pleased for the correction !
While i have your attention, I cant seem to find David's membership page, can I trouble you for a link ?
What was his user name ?
Thanks for reminding me that this was what was needed
He was under his real name.
He was a looker,not a poster.
Thanks again !
Paul Reed has just mentioned that WW2 Veteran Ken Smith has died.
I would be obliged if you could give me full details concerning the passing of your friend, Ken Smith
We mourn his passing and offer our sincere condolences to his family
Whilst writing this, I felt it right to remind all Forum members and particularly the upper echelons, of my own present situation.
I have reached the tender age of 96, am at present regarded as "vulnerable" and am undergoing treatment for prostate cancer.
I have repeatedly asked for some kind soul to take over the role of organiser of The Forum Roll of Honour (with little success) but now feel that I can no longer continue to fulfill this task.
After duly marking the passing of Ken it's over to you !
Our salute to you Sir. We are new to this site, we don't know you and you don't know us, nevertheless your posts on this site will always be here and will stand the test of time ensuring those men will always be remembered. Thank you Ron Goldstein from Sheila and Richard
Sheila & Richard
Welcome aboard and many thanks for your over generous remarks
In case you hadn't noticed already, you have landed on a first class WW2 site whose columns deserve a thorough scrutiny if you wish to know what happened during those tumultuous years.
Best regards and enjoy !
I shall edit Ron into his own post #1.
Richard William Carter. ( Tricky Dicky )
Forum Member since 2013
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