Dave Newby

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Julie & I are so sorry to hear of David's passing.

Our thoughts are with Helen and family at this very sad time. David was a true stalwart for the marque and will be greatly missed in the Jensen community.

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Not sure what to say.

Will miss you Dave.

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My English isn't good enough to express what I feel about that really sad news.

Such a friendly, enthusiastic and open minded person - will always be remembered and my thoughts are with Helen.

Rest in peace.

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Our condolences go out to Helen and the family, Dave will be missed.

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Very sad news David was a great and enthusiastic ambassador for the club and a true gentleman who always had time to help others.

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Quite shocked to read that this morning. Been a stalwart of the club for so many years and of course a great champion of the Jensen-Healey marque.
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Shocked and saddened at the news,
A true gentlemen anytime we spoke,

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very sad news, condolences to the family. He was a great guy and will be sadly missed.
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Re: Dave Newby

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RIP David,

I can't believe I received an email from him on 27th August when he said he was looking forward to seeing everyone at events in the spring.

So sudden.

As many people have written, the big friendly smile, handshake & one of the first to help when anyone needed help.
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My heart felt condolences to Helen, Caroline, Mark & family.
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Shocked and saddened and also not sure what to say.
I'll really miss Dave's warm friendly welcomes.
A top man who couldn't do enough to help. I'll certainly miss him a lot as will the club but my thoughts are especially with Helen, Mark and Caroline.
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God Bless You David.

What a great guy.

My wife and I are thinking of you tonight here in Sydney Helen.

Stay Strong,

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This is terrible news, I confess I was moved me to tears when I read Lewi's post. It was David who encouraged me to take on the C-V8 Registrar's role back in 2011 and David's sage advice and cheery support along the way made the job all the more enjoyable and i will miss him a lot.

My heartfelt condolences to Helen and Family

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What sad news. David was the friendliest person you could meet.
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Rosemary and I are very sorry to hear the news. David has been such a help to both of us on many occasions and he will sorely missed.
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I never really knew Dave and it seems from the forgoing comments that I am much the poorer for not knowing him but my wife and I shared the breakfast table on the Sunday morning at this year's event in Ypres and the friendliness of Dave, and also of Helen, that has been spoken of in many of the comments here were obvious.
Our condolences also to Helen.
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