Robert Viner (13 Jul 1946 - 15 Apr 2021)

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In loving memory of Robert Viner who sadly passed away on 15th April 2021

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From left to right. Our son Rameth, Tim my cousin and Rob my second cousin.

From left to right. Our son Rameth, Tim my cousin and Rob my second cousin.

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Tim Cole donated £20 in memory of Robert

With much love.

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Tim Cole wrote

I was so sorry to hear this news. Rob's grandmother (Auntie Beat to me) joined us on several childhood holidays and my father, Bob Cole, was best man to Charles at Roberts parents wedding. It was good to have met Rob a few years ago - thanks to Trudy having tracked him down. Even from that brief meeting, it was clear that he was a lovely man and with a gentle warmth and genuine interest in the person with whom he was speaking. Unlike Trudy, I was not around in the 50's to have played with Robert in the gardens at Dorking Road. This will be such a difficult time and my thoughts are with Alison and all Rob's family and friends.

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Helen Pennington donated in memory of Robert

Our sincere condolences to Alison and all the family.

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MICHAEL O'HANLON wrote

SO sorry to hear about Robert.

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  • heard through Nick Medlam an old school friend of his, who is an old friend of mine

    Posted by MICHAEL on 22/04/2021 Report abuse
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Danny Kahan donated in memory of Robert
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Danny Kahan wrote

Rob was the perfect boss, firm and fair and without ego ; a rarity in the commercial world . Meeting up with him more recently , nothing had changed , the same modest charactersitics that unknown to him, gave him a presence that others valued and respected . Add to this a sense of humour that was dry but not cutting and an eclectic intelligience and you had a great guy. My regret was that i didn't spent more time with him

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  • Thank you Danny We will all miss the old devil! Alison

    Posted by Alison on 22/04/2021 Report abuse
  • Our thoughts and prayers are with Alison and family at this sad time. With regret I only found my second cousin Rob by accident on “Ancestry” ten years ago. It was 60 years after our last meeting playing in my Grandmother’s garden in Surrey as children in the 50’s. Thankfully Mac & I met up a few times with Rob and Alison so got to know him a little. Such a giant of a man but so genteel and such a pity we found him so late in life.

    Posted by Trudy on 26/04/2021 Report abuse
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Ken Tester donated in memory of Robert
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Ken Tester wrote

I have lost a great friend who was always approachable, professional, intelligent and honest - qualities that were only reinforced as I grew to know him better over the years. He had a wealth of interests and a good sense of humour. Rob was extremely helpful over the years and I shall miss his views on a range of topics from politics to sport but above all I will his friendship.

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