Dearest Lou, I will miss you my Best Friend. Thank you for your enduring friendship and love that you showed me over the past forty four years. I will treasure them for ever.
We first met when we were both young men full of ambition and the whole world was ahead of us and we grew up together into older but no wiser men. We were similar in many ways and I think it was those bonds that kept us together as good friends for a life time. I remember the last few years often reflecting with you over a cup of coffee or a glass of beer and asking where did the last forty years go, but we always came to the same conclusion that we were fortunate enough to have loving wives, beautiful children and grandchildren as well as many close friends to share our lives.
I have many many fond memories of sharing great times with you at Jennings, our Famous Fishing Trips at the Lakes and also our many family camping days just to name a few. Those happy and precious memories will live on in my heart for ever.
I will always remember the opening words when you rang me to say hello ‘H Where are You’ and ‘What are you Doing?’
My dear Lou, I know where you are now and I also know what you are doing, so make sure you reserve a good spot for me. Till we meet again.
Love, Your Best Friend, Henry (H) (HB)
Rest in Peace
Dearest Lou, You will be sadly missed, but your memory will live on in my heart for ever. We shared many good times and I often reflect to the many dinner parties we shared together in the early days and how you enjoyed my famous Kuglof cake. They were great days when we were all much younger and our friendship has grown to include our children and grandchildren.
I remember the last couple of trips we shared together at Fiji and later the cruise on the Voyager of the Seas. I also have fond memories of us dancing and celebrating many New Years Eves with you at Sorrento. They were great times.
Dearest Lou although you are gone, your spirit and cherished memories will live on in our hearts for ever. Till we meet again my Dear Friend.
Love Irene xxxx
Rest in Peace