Vale Victor "Rick" Quayle.

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Vale Victor "Rick" Quayle.

Postby Midshipman Easy » Mon Aug 07, 2017 9:21 pm

I have sad news to impart. Rick Quayle passed away last night. He had been very ill in hospital these last couple of weeks.Rick was a passionate wargamer and a true character who laughed loud as he never did anything queitly. He could and did rub people the wrong way but he was never half hearted about his wargaming or the Penrith Wargames Society (formerly The Emperor's Legion) club. R.I.P.
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Re: Vale Victor "Rick" Quayle.

Postby Chuckie » Tue Aug 08, 2017 6:56 pm

Very sorry to hear that, especially when there is an almost larger than life character behind them.

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Re: Vale Victor "Rick" Quayle.

Postby Tyberius » Wed Aug 09, 2017 9:36 pm

I have known Rick on and off since 1979.

In my first HR job, Rick was a fork Lift driver and union delegate.
He later left that job and went back to university to study history which was a true passion for him.

Rick went on to become a senior university tutor.

When Tin Soldier Penrith set up a lot of games tables and attracted all the Fantasy and 40K players to their shop to play for free instead of paying for PCYC membership, Rick stepped up to keep a wargames club at the PCYC made up of the historical players who wanted to stay independent of any shop.

Rick stepped up and ran the PCYC Penrith wargames society for 7 years.

For those that may have complained my response was step up or shut up.
Whingers never step up.

Rick earnt respect because he did step up.

Rick loved history, he loved wargames and he was indeed a character to remember.

Rest in Peace.
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