Stanley Beer (30 Jun 1920 - 15 Feb 2018)

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StanleyThe Royal Air Force Benevolent Fund

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Location
Exeter Crematorium St Paul's Chapel Topsham Road Exeter EX2 6EU
Date
7th Mar 2018
Time
2pm
Funeral Director
M Sillifant and Sons

BEER
Stanley Walter (Stan)
Died peacefully on 15th February aged 97, at The Old Rectory.
Much loved and missed by Stephanie, Christopher, grandchildren Helen and Jonathan, great grand-daughter Lily.
Funeral Service Wednesday 7th March Exeter Crematorium 2.00pm St Paul's Chapel.
Family flowers only. Donations if wished to RAF Benevolent Fund by retiring collection or c/o M. Sillifant & Sons. 19-20 Holloway Street, Exeter. EX2 4JD

Andrew Mills donated £30 in memory of Stanley

The Sun of his life may have set, but the deeds shall forever shine on.

God Bless................

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Stuart Andrews wrote

A lovely man, whom I only met in his latter years. We often talked about his war service in the RAF (419 & 424 Squadrons). Night after night, Stan put his life on the line, in Bomber Command, so that Great Britain could be free. He was a volunteer, knowing that nearly one of every two crew members were not coming back from missions. Not only a lovely friendly man, devoted to his late wife, Peggy, but a very brave man, too. God bless you, Stan. Stuart Andrews

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Peter & Jane Howarth donated £25 in memory of Stanley

In memory of Stan

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Martin Mills wrote

Farewell Uncle Stan one of the brave men of the RAF.

Love Ginette and Martin

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Martin Mills donated £30 in memory of Stanley

Farewell Uncle Stan one of the brave men of the RAF.

Love Ginette and Martin

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Stephen Martin donated £30 in memory of Stanley
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terry beer donated £30 in memory of Stanley

In loving memory of my brother stan god bless.

love from joan & terry

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