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    RIP CAPTAIN SIR TOM MOORE

    What an absolute gent and a national treasure at such a hard time. What he did will not be forgotten, May he Rest In Piece.


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    Saddest of news.

    RIP Sir Tom - true hero.
    When you look long into an abyss, the abyss looks long into you.........

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    RIP

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    A real ray of inspiration last year when folk were becoming so introspective, he was just delighted to be raising cash. But what a last year for him, army salute , red arrow flypast and just been on hols with his family. When he rocks up at the pearly gates and is asked, right Tom what good have you done.........

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    Well that's really gutting. Still - a good, long life and I'm glad he had all the recognition and respect towards the end.

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    RIP Sir Tom. We salute you sir.

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    What a man.

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    What a gentleman, what a life, what an example. Rest in Peace, Sir.

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    May he Rest In Peace.

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    Sad news indeed.
    RIP Sir Tom.

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    RIP Sir Tom, what an inspirational man.

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    terrible news, had hope for survival of covid

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    Quote Originally Posted by xellos99 View Post
    terrible news, had hope for survival of covid
    He had been ill for a while with pneumonia. It'll probably go down as Covid though...

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    Lovely man , lovely legacy
    RIP

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    We don't build them like that any more

    RIP Capt Tom, a true Officer and Gentleman

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    Absolute legend in so many ways throughout his life but particularly his achievements over the last 12 months with his fundraising for the NHS, a real national treasure. Very sad to hear this. Rest in Peace Sir Tom.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris_in_the_UK View Post
    Saddest of news.

    RIP Sir Tom - true hero.
    Couldn't have put it better, myself. Still a century isn't a bad innings. R.I.P. Sir Tom.

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    Rest in peace - he gave the country much hope in these messy times

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    A deeply sad day indeed. An inspiration to us all.

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    Very sad news. His contribution to the country's moral, and NHS charities will never be forgotten.

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    Old Soldiers Never Die, They Just Fade Away.


    RIP Sir Tom.

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    What a shame. A proper national treasure. RIP

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    RIP. Lets hope his efforts are not in vain.

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    What a hero Sir Tom. Incredible man.

    And also what a final year of his life. Incredible way to bow out!

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    RIP, sir.

    Thank you for boosting the nations morale and raising millions.

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    RIP Sir, you left your mark.

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    So sad he passed on with COVID.

    He done more in his last year than most of us could do in a lifetime.

    RIP


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    RIP Sir Tom, a true hero!

    Chris.

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    RIP - what a wonderful man.

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    Sad day. RIP

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    RIP, true hero from the forgotten army. Made us all proud to be British.


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    A life well lived. He’ll be remembered as a true inspiration to us all.

    RIP Captain Sir Tom.

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    An interesting and honourable life. Thank you Sir Tom.

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    RIP, was a beacon of light during the dark days. An inspiration for others to emulate.


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    Sad news, RIP


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    What an absolute gentleman. R.IP. Sir Tom Moore.
    Well done on a terrific gesture of kindness

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    Quote Originally Posted by redmonaco View Post
    He had been ill for a while with pneumonia. It'll probably go down as Covid though...
    Who cares.............?

    Reach 100 is something, but to do so and become nationally - respected............ is something that will make his family proud.

    Inspirational.

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    RIP Sir Tom , a true inspiration to many young soldiers

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    RIP Sir Tom.
    Many can (& should) learn from the example he set.

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    Very sad, RIP

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    Hero and national treasure.

    And proved you are never “over the hill” to make a difference.

    RIP Sir Tom

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    RIP Sir - the very definition of a hero.


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    The images of all those birthday cards was fantastic.
    RIP

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    Sad news but what a life he lived. His family must be immeasurably proud.

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    Very sad. RIP.

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    RIP Captain Tom.


    Never has the phrase ‘ask not what your country can do for you, but what you can do for your country’
    been more apt.

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    RIP Sir Tom,
    I tip my hat to you, a true Gent.

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    RIP Sir Tom, I doff my cap to the fantastic life you have led, may it be an example and inspiration to all of us


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    With everything you did for the fight against the virus I hope your death rallies people once more to get behind the fight and get it done. RIP sir Tom

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