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So sorry to hear of the death of your dear brother
Lots of good memories drinking to the pubs in the east end in the 70's.
God bless you. Rest in peace.
|Message||The world is a smaller and quieter place without you.|
|Message||Sweet memories of a dear uncle - gawd bless reg xx|
It was an Honour work with you and to call you a friend.
Hope there's a pub up there and your having a drink with Jimmy Carless and Barry Watkinson.
rest in peace mate.
|Message||Im not really sure what to write here as i've never really done something like this. I spose I just want to say, thank you for being in my life. Thank you for all the lovely things you've given me and all the laughs we've been through. Rest in peace and i'll see you one day. Godspeed, I Love You.|
Have known you since about 1960 always a funny and well-liked character one of my brother Charlie's best friends - I remember poker nights on Wednesdays with Sid, Diane, Charlie and Gaeto -we used to have a good laugh
Rest in Peace Reggie xx
Every friday i would meet Tony for a drink. I would pour out my tales of woe and misfortune and Tony would listen. and then he would laugh and say "dont worry,something will turn up!"
This aint what i was expecting mate.
It was a privilege to know you. You were a kind and generous friend who was there when i needed help, and its not forgotten.So who do drink with on friday now?
You were a big man in every sense and an all round good egg. Until the next time,old sport!
your mate Steve
|Message||We were really sorry to hear about Reggie,he was a really nice man. I have known him since I was a little girl,used to enjoy the card nights at my brother Charlie and Diane. He will be missed very much. God Bless You. Xxxx|
|Message||i have work with reggi lemmerman since 1995 after moving to whitechapel office. he was funny made me laugh.he had high sense of humour. he was clam gentle giant. he used to crack some jokes making out of situations. i still can remember his laugh, voice even i have not met him or spoke to him since he retired.he will be surely missed. may he rest in peace. my sympathy and condolences to family amd friends.|
|Message||Hello. I have just come across this memorial site after trying to trace a reggie lemmerman i knew well in the 60's. I wonder whether someone could contact me to confirm whether this is my friend reggie. . . .my contact number is 07973920216. . .hope to hear from you soon.|