In Memory of
The Corps Colonel and all members of the Royal Corps of Army Music would like you to leave your comments and fond thoughts of Lindsay, our friend, colleague and a truly loved member of the Corps.
Owner :John Huggins, Corps Secretary
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Lindsay, it was an absolute pleasure to know and work with you. The consumate professional and one of the most genuinely kind-hearted people I have ever met. You will be sorely missed by us all. I hope you’ve found peace now. If anyone deserves it, you do. Thinking of you now and always x …
Lindsay, I’m sad to say I didn’t know you, but I’m familiar with your struggle. I’m so sorry it took you. You will be remembered so fondly by so many. Rest now. X …
It was truly a privilege to serve and work alongside Lindsay, she was a naturally gifted musician and phenomenal drummer. Such a kind hearted person who would help anyone and a role model to all. Rest in eternal peace, Martin X …
On behalf of James Littlewood
I was honoured and privileged to have known Lindsay as a friend and colleague, we worked together in the AGC Band Percussion section. Lindsay was a fantastic percussionist, a great friend who never moaned or grumbled about life or work. She will be missed by everybody she knew. My thoughts go out to all …
You will be sadly missed, but never forgotten. RIP Lindsay ❤️ …
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