In Memoriam

Sid Inglis

Inglis Sid 18-06-34 to 11-02-18 I thought about you yesterday and the day before that too, I think about you everyday but then thats nothing new, I long to have you close to me and hear you calling my name, but I can only wait my love until we meet again. We love and miss you so very much. Charlotte and all of your family



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  • black sinsays...

    my Father was a different person. As a child he was very strict but he was also very fair, looking back he steered me to become the person I have become. When I was 15 I had a choice, go to BR or go to British Leyland, I choose BL because my Dad worked there, never had a clue what they did or what they made but looking back it seems quite funny. At work I came across a different person especially with his bloody chinese calendars which even the directors used to like. I think one of his biggest moments was when he was told he had a granddaughter. cannot second that. Family should be proud of her. And she has been fantastic looking after my mum after the passing of my dad
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