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James McKie (Jamie)

1951 - 2022

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  1. I served alongside Jamie for many years and always found him to be very good friend to have in any situation. He was a great Tank Crewman, an excellent footballer and a man who would help anyone he could.

    Jamie has been taken long before his time but we take solace in the fact that he is now in The Green Fields with many of his old pals.

    Sleep well Jamie, and Rest in Peace.

    Chris Young
  2. A good lad always with a smile on his face. I was never in the same Squadron as Jamie but proud to have served alongside him in the same Regiment. Rest in peace Jamie in the Green Fields Beyond.

    Tony ( Tiny) Hart
  3. Jamie, you was one of our neighbours , we had some memorable nights. You will be missed my friend. Safe journey to the green fields.

    Stephen Ogden
  4. RIP mate remember the great times against and for while playing footy and I started off in goal… sad time but rest easy and condolences to the family. Join the lads and lasses now in the NAAFI bar in the sky FN levi x

    Alan Hodges
  5. RIP Jamie. Played many games of football with you over the years for B Sqn. One of the regiments best. Here’s to you old friend. See you in the green fields. FN.

    Mark ‘Oggy’ Sanders.
  6. Jamie, it was a pleasure knowing and working with you. Thank you for being you and for all the laughs we had. You were a Legend and will be missed by many.
    No doubt you are in the Green Fields in the good company of other departed Men in Black. Rest easy. FN.

    Tony Ferguson.
  7. Jamie had many good times with you I was on commanders course with you we’ve lost too many good friends in the last year raise a glass with them when when you get to the green fields. RIP mate.

    Vic King
  8. Played against Jamie on the Football field in Inter Squadron games in Germany, always a good battle, he was a nippy winger, as I recall, very sorry to hear of his passing, although we haven1t spoken or been in touch for all these years, its another memory gone from my past, Thanks for those Memories Jamie, keep dropping that shoulder bud, To the Green Fields, RIP, Fear Naught

    Bob "Jonah"Jones

Service Details

Tuesday, February 8th 2022 - 13:00
Church of St Edward the Martyr, 1 Shatters Hill, Wareham, Dorset, BH20 4QP
Albert Marsh Funeral Directors

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