Discussion in 'Royal Signals' started by JT0475, Oct 10, 2011.
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Gents, heard via Faceache yesterday that Rich passed away over the weekend.
Very sad news, I knew Rich from working in Cyprus.
See below for more news on his death.Rich Angove - Cheltenham Civil Service RFC
i had the honor of working with Richie in 14 Sigs
a proper gent
rest in peace mate.
Rich will be much missed by many in these parts.
Very, very sad news indeed.
Sad Sad news I played many a game of rugby with Rich condolences to the rest of the family
A real character who always made himself the butt of his tall tales; he will be sorely missed, although his moustache may not!
RiP Richie, he was a pleasure to work with.
Really shocking news. I bumped into Rich a number of times throughout my career and he always (always) brought a smile to my face. He never seemed to take life too seriously, but underneath this facade was a very intelligent and astute individual. A real character of the Corps. RIP and condolences to his family.
I'd echo all the sentiments in this thread. A top bloke. First time I met him was Bonfire Night 1990 and he'd been promoted to Sgt that day. An absolutely great night out ensued. Always a smile on his face.
From what I heard also, a really shocking and tragic way to go.
Very sad news indeed, RIP Rich, a great bloke to know.
A horrible man with a huge personality and true class. A truly sad loss.
The superior man is modest in his speech, but exceeds in his actions.
Richie we only met a few times (over quite a few beers) but we clicked. Keep the sand out of your boots on your journey
Such a loss. The big fella was a great character and is sorely missed. Such a tragic way to go as well.
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