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A page to remember those with which we served and who are sadly no longer with us, and to remember them in spirit and the moments shared throughout their time as Tank Transporters.

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Comment by michael shepherd on October 22, 2015 at 11:42

I met Ken when I had left the Army . He was with his truck and we had a good chat about the past life and agreed that we do miss those times we had in the military.He loved tank transporting and the people who became his friends and family. He will be missed by those who knew him and I send my condolences to his family and friends at theirs and ours sad loss.R I P Ken.

Comment by brian george wiseman on October 21, 2015 at 23:08
It is with great sadness that I have to inform the Tk Tptr family that another member is now on his last drag. Big Ken (Geordie) Rowlands passed away last Sunday after Long illness. My thoughts prayers and love go to Rita his wife and family.
Comment by Maurice Robert Walker on October 8, 2015 at 13:22

I certainly didn't think I would be passing on this very sad news today My very dear friend Bob Allen who served with 123 coy in the early 60s passed away last night.Phyllis and I spent a couple days at the beginning of September with him and he's wife Anne.He has been in and out of hospital recently but when I spoke to him a couple days ago he was quite sure he would be out on Monday.I said I would Swing round to Manchester on the way back from the reunion and see them Sadly thats not to be.RIP my very dear friend

Comment by michael shepherd on September 22, 2015 at 12:03

I left 3 Sqn in 72 so our paths may have crossed somewhere in our unique world of Tank Transporting.My condolences to his family and friends at this sad time.RIP Steve.

Comment by Peter (tom) Strawn on September 22, 2015 at 9:26

With a heavy heart I am sorry to report the passing of Steve Pierce.  Taken far too soon on the 5th August, 2015 following a 3-1/2 year courageous battle.

Funeral service was held on the 13th August at the North Devon Crematorium.

Steve was a member of  3 Sqn in Senne  in the mid 1970’s, an  influential sqn footballer and later day endurance runner  who will be sorely missed.

Sincere condolences to Claire and family.

Comment by mike sleeman on August 27, 2015 at 14:18

RIP Scully Had some good times.My condolences to all the family.Hope we will meet again mate.God bless you.

Comment by Kevin (Webby) Webster on August 25, 2015 at 8:07
Devastating news of yet another of our troops has taken his place at the transporter bar upstairs. Mark Scully will be sadly missed by so many, his crazy humour will always be remembered. RIP buddy will we meet again, God bless sleep tight
Comment by michael shepherd on August 21, 2015 at 6:14

Very sad to hear of Marks passing.My condolences to his family.RIP Mark

Comment by Jim McIver on August 21, 2015 at 5:18
I heard last night about the passing of Mark (Scully) Price, taken too soon, RIP Pal, my condolences to Kelly Van Price and the rest of the family.
Comment by John Bancroft (Barney) on June 26, 2015 at 13:17

Hiya Phil, I remember him, Guards type moustache, he always seemed a nice bloke. Didn't Jim Brown or Jim Case follow him as SSM?

Hope all is well,

Barney

Comment by Phil Clayton on June 26, 2015 at 10:53

Just read in the Waggon Master of the passing of Maj PD Quinn MBE. Anyone at Ranby in the mid 60s will remember him as the SSM. Transferred in from the guards I seem to remember. rumour had it he would sit in the barbers chair and demand "same as yesterday".  I came across him in 1980 when he was QM of 10 UDR  and as MD at HQNI I was sent to do his annual MT inspection. Totally different person without his pace stick and a nice guy, remember having a long chat with him about some of the characters that blessed 19 Sqn in those days.

Comment by Maurice Robert Walker on June 17, 2015 at 11:50

We will get there in the end .I think the wife had a senior moment.The date of Barry Coyles funeral is Friday 26th June at 15-00 hrs

Comment by Maurice Robert Walker on June 16, 2015 at 9:49

We now have the arrangments for Barry Coyle's Funeral.Its at Eastamstead Park   Cemetery and cremation,South Nine mile ride,Wokingham, Berkshire,RG403DWand afterwards at Bracknell and Bowling social club, Church Rd Bracknell Berks RG121EH.Debbie the daughter would appreciate letting her know for the catering arrangments Debbie Lees is on the Face Book Tank Transporter  site or if you put on here you are going I can pass it on to her.Hope some of you can make it to give Barry a good send off.He would have taught a lot of you guys a lot of what you know now about  Tank Transporting

Comment by Paul Sherwood -Sherm. on June 16, 2015 at 8:49

Very sad to hear of Barry's passing,there was many a good time in the Patzi Keller and on drag, my thoughts are with Colleen and family,he was one of the best. Sherm

Comment by michael shepherd on June 12, 2015 at 16:02

Very sad to hear about Barry .My thoughts are with Coleen and family at this time.As Moe said he was  really good bloke and i for one always enjoyed his company when at work or in the mess having a few beers.

He will be missed by all those who knew him and those who didnt know him let me tell you he was  one of the best .R I P old friend.

Comment by Maurice Robert Walker on June 12, 2015 at 15:34

That should be Colleen ( Barry's wife)

Comment by Maurice Robert Walker on June 12, 2015 at 15:25

It is with regret that earlier this week Barry Coyle passed away.He was at home with his wife Collen and the family.Another one of our Tank transporter collegues  have now stood down.                                                    Barry worked with me Kenny Baker and Mick Rodgers on the A side at Training wing 7 Regt He was a good bloke .Will put a notice  here about the funeral when I hear from he's daughter Debbie

Comment by Brian Stent on February 9, 2015 at 20:33

Bob Morris,s son Glen has passed the details of his funeral on to me to let all tank transporters now. His funeral will take place on the 16 of February 2-0 pm at St James Church Radley, Abingdon, Oxfordshire, OX14 2JN. Cards can be sent to Glen Morris 28 Bronze Close Bogner Regis PO 22 9RS 

Comment by Jack Atherton on February 7, 2015 at 13:57

Very sad to hear Bob has passed on, I spoke with him a couple of times on Skype, he always came across as a happy go lucky sort of guy,. A really good guy. Our condolences to his family.

Comment by Mick Gill on February 6, 2015 at 16:18

So very sad to here of Bob Morris passing. I knew him from my days in Sennerlager 58-61, we were both DT,and Antar drivers, section commanders and B1 specialists as were many others, but his knowledge of the job put him amoungst the best. He will be remembered through his photographs and comments and for me the only time I met him after Senne was the reunion at Stoke we both attended and the few times we spoke on Skype. Condolences to his vast family and the many friends that knew him on this site, from one big wheeler to anoughter, cheers, Mate.

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