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Sam MacFarlane

Location:
United Kingdom


posted: 11.04.2008 20:10

Joe, sorry to hear you were disappointed. The Coventry survivors had a choice on whether to get involved and took it. It is after all our choice?
Sam MacFarlane

Location:
United Kingdom


posted: 11.04.2008 20:05

Dean, I am very sorry to hear your sad news. Your dad and I got on quite well and he borrowed my car after an incident in his just before we sailed. Knowing Dave he is very proud of you, Steve and your mum. God Bless.
Dean Ozbirn

Location:
United Kingdom


posted: 10.04.2008 00:10

Part 2.
My brother steve who is 34 was only 8 when my dad died and he never come to terms with what happened, he just felt cheated, but all he says now is that he can't wait to meet Dad upstairs for a pint. I think it has made him more comfortable with what is happening to him. I am sorry that i have gone on a bit and i will leave another message soon.

Dean...
Dean Ozbirn

Location:
United Kingdom


posted: 10.04.2008 00:04

I don't know if anyone will remember me, but i came to the reunion last year with my mother Pamela and my Brother Steve. It was such a moving night hearing stories about my Dad (CPO David Ozbirn) and what a joker he was. We were all planning to come to the reunion this year but a lot has happened in the last ten months. Seven months ago my brother Steve was diagnosed with oesophageal cancer and was given six months to live.
Well seven months on and he is not good, he was given two weeks to live, two weeks ago and he still has a little fight left in him, so we are just taking it day by day at the moment.
Joe Erskine





posted: 08.04.2008 16:04

Indulgence Passage now avaialable for Holders of the South Atlantic Medal to the Falkland Islands.

The Information is too long to post here.

All infoarmation available on the SAMA (82) website

http://www.sama82.org/members/index.php?showtopic=3645