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The obituary notice of David SALTER

Plymouth, Published in: Plymouth Herald.

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DavidSALTERAt home on 9th November 2020 following an illness bravely borne, aged 78 years. Beloved husband of Maureen for 53 years, treasured dad of Jill and Matthew, father in law of Mark and Rebecca and adored poppa of Tiegan, Poppy and Lowenna. Private funeral service. Donations in lieu of flowers will benefit Marie Curie Nurses and may be made online via Plymouth Herald. Enquiries to Earl of Plymouth PL2 3AA 01752 605550
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Gerald Sleeman:Nomatchmen Skittles Team. Dave a valued member of the team.01/12/2020
Gerry Sleeman:Gerry Sleeman. Dave, good friend, sad loss, deepest sympath...01/12/2020
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Gillian Soley:A friend who will be missed. 30/11/2020
Gillian Soley:A dear friend, gone but never forgotten. 30/11/2020
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Kenneth Gibby:Our heartfelt sympathy is sent Maureen, Jill, Matthew and Fa...26/11/2020
Mr. Kenneth Gibby:I first met Dave at the electrical apprentices training centre a...26/11/2020
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Nomatchmen Skittles Team. Dave a valued member of the team.
Donation left by Gerald Sleeman
01/12/2020
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Gerry Sleeman. Dave, good friend, sad loss, deepest sympathy to his family. Valued member of the Nomatchmen Skittles Team.
Gerry Sleeman:
01/12/2020
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A friend who will be missed.
Donation left by Gillian Soley
30/11/2020
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A dear friend, gone but never forgotten.
Gillian Soley:
30/11/2020
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Our heartfelt sympathy is sent Maureen, Jill, Matthew and Families, at this sad time.
Ken & Mary
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26/11/2020
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I first met Dave at the electrical apprentices training centre at Devonport Dockyard , he was an entry ahead of me, but I well remember meeting him for the first time, there must have been something about him that gave me that memory.
Several years later our paths crossed again when he, along with Maureen became our neighbours at Saltash , our wives became good friends, a friendship that has lasted down through the years, and continues on.
Dave was always good company, with a ready wit and dry sense of humour which raised many a smile.
He was also a very stoical character and took any problems at face value, an attribute that served him well in the sad recent years of his life.
He will be greatly missed. Mary and I send our most sincerest condolences to Maureen, Jill, Matthew and families.
Ken and Mary Gibby
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26/11/2020
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