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moggybrian
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sorry to all that I have not been very active on site recently
but due to a family bereavement we have been so preoccupied
with dealing with the deceased, estate all we seem to be doing
is going to solicitors and trying to empty a property
and coming home completely k-------d until the next day!!
we did have a successful Webb's and a nice article in vintage comm'mag
it upsets me to see that the forum is not very active lately
,hark who's talking
Hope everybody is keeping well.
Waerm Regards,
Brian. :oops:

les
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Sorry to hear your news Brian. Hope things get easier in time.

moggybrian
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Thanks Les
can always rely on you support
Warm Regards,
brian.

starider
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Hi Brian,
You have my sympathy.Bereavement is bad enough, but sorting out property and estate just adds to the sadness.Chin up mate it will all come right in the end. Kind regards Tony.[starider].

Plin
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Post by Plin »

I sympathise with your situation Brian. As you say bereavement is just the start of what can be a rather long process. (Two and half years on I am currently still sorting out quite a messy estate my late Uncles left.) But we know you are always a lovely friendly face of the Register and forum so we do miss you, and it's good to see you posting! But make sure you look after yourself as you are allowed time off you know!

moggybrian
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Thanks guys &gal's
for all the kind words,
this is what I like about our very underused forum
it is more personal than facebook
and we only get genuine and sincere feedback
we have now emptied the flat....almost.... amazed at how 'picky' the so called charities
can be,
it's free for goodness sake!?
the best so far have been "CT"(community transport)
they collect and supply good furnishings for the less fortunate amongst us
and they took almost everything apart from what we are selling
just have to get rid of hundreds...yes... hundreds of books to auction
probate signed, now---- the long wait,
so there will not doubt be updates to follow
Be kind to one another
love and peace and bring on brexit!!!!!!!!!! :lol:
Regards,
Brian. 8-)

moggybrian
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forgot to tell you all
I have now given up as organiser of "Webb's"
I have been doing it since 1996
and since our family loss realise I need more family time
but.... you do not get rid of me that easy.. oh no!!
I will remain as long as you want me to

as M/Ship Sec'/treas
also need more time to look after 'garfy' who was attacked by the garage door this year so that has to be done are you listening 'J'
and still have not started on ughie
promised this year got all the parts but life/death got in the way.........again
next year is briantime
PLEASE!!
Support Colly & Roy at "Webb's" you all know them,
Colly,Roy,Anne&Pete do the tombola
I will be spying on them.
Brian 8-)

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