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  1. Sorry to hear about your loss.
    Ted was a good friend to all in the 105th Entry.

    Don Sykes
  2. Farewell my old friend safe journey.

    My deepest condolences to Teds Family and apologies that i cant attend.

    Vic Burroughs
  3. May I offer my sincere condolences to all of Ted’s family. Ted was a real character and great fun to be with. I knew he would be successful in the RAF as soon as we met at RAF Locking. He was full of life and vitality and had that mischief look about him. I, and the rest of the 105th Entry, will miss Ted and his antics.

    John Gomme
  4. My condolence to all the family for your loss; we will all miss a very human of human beings.
    After the 105th passing out at RAF Locking in the summer of 1966, our paths crossed at RAF Brize Norton in 1971/2 with Ginge Grant and then not until the 2003 105th Reunion; when I was so pleased to reconnect with Ted.
    Rest In Peace Ted.

    Alan Cooper
  5. Condolences to all of Teds family. Once you met Ted you never forgot him being full of life!

    Robin Ponting
  6. My condolences to the family. We had our moments at Locking but I am sorry to hear of Ted’s passing.

    Ben (Don) Benoist

    Ben Benoist
  7. We will miss you forever & a day Uncle Cliff, you made us laugh so much….You were full of mischief, fun & laughter….You cared so much for everyone….Love from your little Mouse, Lin, Den & Conor xxx

    Lin Waring
  8. Thank you for your kind words when we last met, Ted. May you rest in peace.
    And may your loved ones be supported in their grief.
    Be assured of our prayers

    Mick and Teresa Britton
  9. Our condolences to Pam and all of Ted’s family.
    It doesn’t seem like over 50 years since we all were together as the 105th apprentice entry at RAF Locking, all young teenagers without any idea of how our lives would develop and how our paths would remain linked in some way. I don’t think any of us will forget Ted’s unique character – unpredictable, mischievous, yet seemingly capable of the impossible. His memorial will be the fun and laughter that he bought to so many.

    Trevor & Gill Reynaert
  10. Thinking of you all and hope the celebration of Ted’s life goes well.

    All our condolences.

    Everyone at G2TV

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