My wife's great uncle died this morning aged 95. He was a gunner captain in WW2, having been commissioned from the ranks at the outbreak of the war. I only met him a handful of times, but he was a real gentleman and full of life right to the end. He loved the Army and was rightly proud of his service (mentioned in despatches). I intend to show my respect by wearing uniform to his funeral and I think it would be fitting to have a bugler sound the last post at the funeral - and doubly fitting if it could be a gunner. Can anyone point me in the right direction? I know I could ring the RSA, but I don't know if the system would be interested. If it comes to it, I'd happily pay someone's expenses plus a suitable remuneration. I'm not yet sure where the funeral will be (he died in the Cotswolds) or even the date - but I want to explore the options. Thank you.