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Malcolm Reginald Tooley

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of Hinckley passed away peacefully in the LRI on the 10th December 2020 aged 85 years. Beloved husband to Norma. A loving dad to Martin and Elizabeth and a much loved grandad to Jennifer, Louise, Christopher and Otto. Family flowers only please. Donations may be sent payable to 'Cancer Research UK'. A funeral service will take place on Thursday 31st December at 10:15am. For service streaming details please contact G.Seller 'Independent Funeral Directors' 75 Upper Bond Street, Hinckley, LE10 1RH. Tel: 01455 637457 or online at www.gseller.co.uk/obituaries

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Messages Of Condolence

Sorry we were unable to attend Malcolms funeral wi5h love Janet and Alan
I will forget the last time I saw him
It will fade as the years go by
But the joy and happiness he gave me
Will surely never die

He always had a smile to greet you
No matter how the day was dressed
Always had a piece of advice to give me
Whenever I was depressed

To try and describe this man
Talk of his friendly love
Not even all the words in all the Languages
Could even say enough

So one more handshake I gave him
One more tear I cried
Although it pains my soul to say it
To our dear friend I bid goodby,

My mentor through my later life and honoured to follow him in that position..sadly missed by John and Rita Swifty
Johns & Rita Swift
Malcolm was a dedicated and special man, enjoying long term membership in Freemasonry and also as a member of the Rotary Club of Hinckley.
He gave great service to both organisations and will be sadly missed by all who knew him.
Our sincere condolences to his loving wife Norma and their family
Barry & Glenys Hasdell
Dear Norma and family
Frances and I, as you know, send our love and condolences to you all. We have been privileged to have known you, Malcolm, Martin and Elizabeth since 6th February 1976 when you moved in next door to us. Our friendship started and developed from that day, allowing us to share many wonderful holiday, both here and abroad, together. Malcolm was the backbone of any organisation to which he belonged, whether it was the Magistracy, Lodge, Rotary or the Golf Club. No task was too difficult or onerous for him to volunteer first. His passing has quite certainly made the world a poorer place. Rest in Peace dear friend, your race is won.
Martin and Frances Gain
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Sad to see you go but I'll cherish many fond memories of a fine man and it's been a pleasure and privilege to have known you. R.I.P.
Peter Gibson-Leitch
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