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Good friend
Started by: truckerdave (2337)   Report abuse
I'd just like to forward my deepest sympathy to the family of Chris Tomlinson from Wellfield road, Beech Hill who died at the end of last week, Chris was a good friend and we have had many a good time over the years, he will be sadly missed,he was always ready to help people out, he enjoyed trials riding on his bike and used to do pro motorcross (until the organisers found out he had an artificial leg)
R.I.P mate you are badly missed

Funeral is at St Annes church on Beech Hill at 1:15 monday

Posted by: tonker (19974)   Report abuse
Was he related to big Tony?

Posted by: truckerdave (2337)   Report abuse
Yes tonker, they were brothers, I was talking to Chris just after Tony died, I never imagined Chris going so soon, poor lad

Posted by: nicko (inactive) Report abuse
Remember Chris when he used to ride his trials bike over the coal wash and Daisy nice bloke,shocked when I saw the name he wasnt very old, all thoughts with his family

Posted by: the_gwim_weaper (inactive) Report abuse
May he Rest in Peace

Posted by: bennielechat (5762) Report abuse
RIP Chris.
I didn't know Big Tony had died as well Dave?

Posted by: truckerdave (2337)   Report abuse
Yeh bennie, think it was beginning of the year when Tony passed

Posted by: sammyjade (495) Report abuse
so sad to lose two sons in such a short time. i know his neice and nephews. may he RIP x

Posted by: tigger (34) Report abuse
hi so sad. Chris was a fantastic guy he would help anyone .he wil be sadly missed. rip m8

Posted by: territ (3)  Report abuse
i will miss you so much i dream bout you every night i will never for get you dad u got took awya for me to young you should be here still its so hard i hope ure ok xxxxxx love u dad

Posted by: rbilly (10582) Report abuse
so sorry for your loss territjust take a day at a time love ..and remember the good times you had with your dad ..my dad was 52 when he died and i got so eaten up with rage and resentment. and found my self looking at older people and thinking why are you still alive and your older than my dad was. it was awfull as they are some one elses dad and be hurting what ever age they died ..keep going love you will get through it ..i did...sending a big hug to you from rbilly BIG HUG for territ xxxxx

Posted by: kopitesere (inactive) Report abuse
Cherish the memories

Posted by: elizabeth (5439)  Report abuse
sSo sad when you loose a friend Truckerdave

Posted by: territ (3)  Report abuse
thanks r billy it makes me angry seeing older ppl out there in ther 90s im full of rage tbh it hurts and it will never leave me the pain i got when i found out it was suden and it make me sad to think of him away so i beleave he will be bak one day xxxx

Posted by: lezgee (717)  Report abuse
territ i new tony and cris from when i lived at lower ground in 1976 yea the hot 1 chris used take me on the back of a honda 50 up to gaints hall farm n back with my dog chaseing us tony we called hagman dont know why they just did lol , dont be angry over old people still alive i know they can be a pest at times esp driveing but live n let live feel angery for the child killers ect that still alive , its hard looseing ya dad but time dose heal honest x

Posted by: kathhwal (398) Report abuse
rbilly, I understand your feelings and can relate to why you felt this way. People who are well into their latter years and still have their parents are very lucky indeed and I sometimes think they don't realise this.

I lost my dad when I was fifteen and my mum on my 49th birthday and would have given anything to have them back (but not suffering). However, I recall many, many times when working or associating with others having to bite my lip when they tacklessly talked about the presents they'd bought for their mums\dads on Mother's\Father's Days and birthdays without a care or thought about others around them were upset and gutted. They appeared oblivous that some in their circle had lost their nearest and dearest and could not share the joy they were experiencing - I found that cold and callous. However, it has made me very careful to watch that I always consider others and their situations.

Posted by: territ (3)  Report abuse
thanks you far that it made me laugh :P its hard but im sure it will get better i hope x

Posted by: truckerdave (2337)   Report abuse
territ,
I cant understand why you get mad at older people still living, it reminds me of an old series that used to come on the tv, "Logans Run" when people turned a certain age they were terminated, live and let live I say, a lot of the older generation are worth 100 % more than the younger ones
My Mum has just turned 80 and I wouldn't swap her for the world

Posted by: broady (14833)   Report abuse
Well said Truckerdave.

Posted by: truckerdave (2337)   Report abuse
Cheers broady

Posted by: the_gwim_weaper (inactive) Report abuse
Hear hear, Dave.

Posted by: bassman (3591) Report abuse
RIP.

 
 
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