Leslie Holley

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Pam Davies on 30/04/2016

Leslie Holley

How would you describe them?

“Les, a loving, caring, sharing person who made friends wherever he went. He fought for what was right. My love, my soul-mate, my long time partner”

What did they love most?

“He loved Nature. He loved trees and gardens. His garden was his pride and joy He also loved music and books and his pets.”

What will you remember most about them?

“I will always remember his love, his support, his strength in adversity, his refusal to be brought down by the hard knocks he experienced through life”

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Donations 4
A gift

Mr John Smith

In memory of my cousin Les

A gift

Mrs Joyce Yeomans

From Cousin Joyce, and her husband John

A gift

Anon

A gift

Anon

In memory of Les From Ann and Frank in Ohio America

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Together again
Dreaming of long walks round the Common.

Memories of Leslie

Les had a bad start in life. He was born to his widowed Mother, 3 moths after his Father died during the war. He refused to let this stop him from achieving what he wanted to do with his life. He started working at 16 with the forestry commission, at 23 he started work in the Royal Parks as a Tree feller an Pruner (Tree Surgeon). Worked upwards to eventually become the General Foreman of Richmond Park. At this point he was required to live in the Park, in one of the Gate Lodges, in order to fulfill the full requirements of the position. When he was given early retirement at 50, due to grounds maintenance being put out to contract he then obtained a position at The Richmond Golf Club as a Woodsman?Gardener, which he held until his full retirement at 65. We then decided to leave the Richmond area and move to Wales, where he has spent the last 7½ very happy years and made some very good friends.

Entry added on 02/05/2016