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Al Mathie - RIP

Old 25th Oct 2012, 22:53
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So we will never know what really happened.

Just that moment in time when something occurred that can never be explained but we all wish had never happened!

RIP Al and thanks for all you did for your friends and aviation
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Old 26th Oct 2012, 07:38
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A sad and sobbering read and when you comprehend that it happened to someone like Al Mathie, then it is a salutory reminder and lesson to us all.There are many tributes to Al on here, and I cannot add any more but ec`ho them all. Above all else, probably the most fitting tribute we can give to Al is to learn from it.Thanks for your time and the unconditional advice and help you gave to me and the boys Al. We do miss you. RIPTerry and the Boys
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Old 27th Jan 2013, 23:08
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A year on

A year has passed since the tragic death of Al

Sadly missed
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