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Jeff Tanner

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It is with much sadness and regret that I have to inform you, that Jeff Tanner passed peacefully away shortly after midday on Tuesday 9th October 2018.
Jeff was a founder member of the MLAGB being one of the first 100 members and has stood as Branch Secretary for both East London and Essex and Thames Estuary Branch for much of that time, certainly since I have known him which is 38 years.
His first MLAIC Championship was in 1974 and he attended almost all Championships until 2016.
Jeff will be sadly missed by many of his friends throughout the muzzle loading world 
Jeff would wish me to tell you that: 
Is still open for business and all existing orders will be completed but there might be a slight delay - I am sure you will understand.
James, Jeff’s son, has been undertaking the manufacture of the moulds for some time now and will continue to do so.

Jeff’s funeral will take place at 12:30 on 29 October at the Bentley Crematorium, Brentwood and following on, a drink to celebrate his life at The White Horse. Details below:

The Bentley Crematorium & Cemetery
Ongar Road
Pilgrims Hatch
CM15 9RZ

The White Horse
173 Coxtie Green Road
Pilgrims Hatch
CM14 5PX
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