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Sqn Ldr Clive Osborne RAF retd RIP

Old 12th Oct 2015, 10:30
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Sqn Ldr Clive Osborne RAF retd RIP

Lesley Lewis who is Clive's daughter has sent details of his funeral later this week. Clive was an A1 QFI, known to many ,and a great friend . His wife Evelyn died a few years ago.

Funeral service for Clive Osborne
(died on 28th September 2015)

Wednesday 14th October 2015 at 1.30 p.m.
Cheltenham Crematorium (North Chapel)
(Bouncers Lane, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL52 5JT)
Followed by refreshments and light buffet at
The Royal Oak
The Burgage
Prestbury
Cheltenham
GL52 3DL


The preference is for family flowers only, with any donations going to the Alzheimer’s Society, but this is obviously at your discretion. Donations can be made at the chapel or sent to the funeral director as follows:

W S Trenhaile
Apostle House
175 London Road
Cheltenham
Glos
GL52 6HN
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Old 12th Oct 2015, 20:19
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I presume that this is the same Clive O who was at METS, Finningley, in the late 1970's.

If so he was a really good bloke. A pleasure to work with.

Another one off to early retirement from life, it's joys and trials.

There seems to be so many these days who will be much missed.
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Old 15th Oct 2015, 12:02
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What a shame - one of the world's nice people.
I first met Clive on my Britannia OCU. He had just rejoined the RAF after trying his hand working in a bank in Devon. He was like an uncle to us first-tourists and we became good friends but sadly lost contact just a few years ago.
In the late 70s I was flying part-time at an AEF and took Clive up in a Chipmunk. It was probably 15 or more years since he had flown one, but he could still make it dance and sing!
It was too short a notice for me to make the funeral, but a donation is on its way.

RIP Uncle Clive
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