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RIP Steve Armitage

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Just heard that we lost Steve today, so very sad. Some of you will remember Steve&Chez from rallies and meet ups.

Smashing guy and smashing family and our condolences to them all

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Greatly saddened by this news.

Steve will be missed by all who had the pleasure of knowing him.

Our thoughts are with Cheryl, Zac and Joe and all the family

XxXx

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Sincere Condolences To Cheryl & Boys

Such Sad News

Sue & Eric

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A wonderful man who will be sadly missed.

Our thoughts and condolences to Cheryl, Zac and Joe.x

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So very sad to hear this news, a real genuine bloke, thoughts go out to Cheryl and the boys

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Very sad indeed. How sudden and unexpected. I was only chatting to Steve on Facebook Thursday.

I have fond memories of late night rum coffees with Steve!

My thoughts are with Chez and the boys.

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A great bloke and I'll miss him - especially the banter about LPG powered Volvo's !

I'll have a rum with you later mate

Rest easy

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I remember him beating me at a running race at the Cheddar rally..............even though I cheated!!

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Remember the talk -- years ago about converting cars to LPG -- he had all the info -- especially Volvo's.

I think we were at the rally in Cheddar.

Although I am not very good on faces these days.

One of the founder members I think???

Shame to see any one go but he wasn't that old either -- had he been poorly?

Wishing Cheryl, Zac and Joe all condolences. He was a nice bloke.

Maurice

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Shocked to say the least .

Think it's fair to say Steve and I had a few Disagreements over various things but He was probably one of the kindest most thoughtful person you could wish to meet !

Still Remember those late nights with the Senseo Coffee maker at Wirral Country Park !

Thoughts are with Chez and the Boys

Love Garry and Linsey.

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WORDS cannot describe how I felt when I heard the news.

Rest in Peace Steve - you will be sorely missed.

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Post by RNLI about Steve

its all happened so quick

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We were so saddened to learn about Steve. He was a lovely man & we had many happy times with him. Deepest sympathies to his lovely family.

Tony & Mags.

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Says a lot about the guy http://www.hoylakelifeboat.org.uk/.

We had a members awning blow over in the winter on a rally in the middle of the night. Pouring down with rain/snow. Out comes Steve in full wet gear. 2thumbsup.gif

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Sad news indeed. Met up with Steve on a couple of T&T rallies. ( We were next door neighbours at the Wirral rally.) A genuine good bloke, who put himself at risk, saving others

RIP Steve

Dorothy & John.

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Steve's brother has posted the following on Facebook.

Steve's Funeral will be on Tuesday 12th May, the celebration of his life will take place at St Hildeburghs Church 1 Stanley Rd Hoylake. CH47 1HL. The service will start at 2.00pm. The committal will be at Landican at 3.30pm. Refreshments at the Hoylake Social Club, Trinity Rd. CH47 2BR. Family flowers only. Donations to Hoylake Life Boat please. Black attire not necessary.

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Sorry to read this, it was a bit if a shock to say the least. Condolences to the family.

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Very sad we cant get there today, we will be thinking all day

happy memories of Steve :cry:

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