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Following the service, the footage will be posted and you can watch at a later time if you were unable to watch at the time of the service. Once editing is complete, the footage will be posted which will include all 3 camera angles.

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17 comments on “Leslie “Les” Napper”

  1. Goodbye to a much loved younger brother of Helen and special uncle of Teena. We both have wonderful memories of the times when we managed to catch up. Some laughs and friendly banter were always guaranteed when Uncle Les was around. Rest in peace. We miss you. Lots of love from your sister Helen and niece Teena xx.

  2. Wonderful to have known Les, such a warm-hearted and generous man and he will be sadly missed. in the Village
    Rest in peace Les

  3. Rest In Peace our beautiful Uncle Les for all the years gone by that you entertained us all at different family gatherings. We will miss you so much. Love you from your nieces Dawn and Diane

  4. To all of his family and friends
    Sorry I wasn’t there today to say Cheerio to Les….COVID restrictions
    He was a fabulous firefighter, well respected by all
    I met him when I joined the MFB in 1976 at HQ
    Always there to offer advice to recruits
    A true gentleman who loved his tennis and that beautiful HR Holden
    So saddened to hear of his passing
    RIP Les
    Frank

  5. Although Les and I worked on different shifts I always looked forward to crossing paths. A wonderful role model and deeply respect by our brothers.
    RIP Les

  6. Farewell Uncle Les.
    Reunited with your brothers and sisters. I’m sure you’ll have lots to reminisce about life and your early years in Sale. RIP

  7. Geri What a beautiful. Funeral…I watched it on my I pad. We’re sending our love to you from Margaret & Joan (Tasmania holiday in March). XXXX M

  8. Trevor and Cheryl Bristow wish to send their deepest sympathy to Gerri and family
    on the loss of one of life’s real gentlemen. Trevor remembers with great
    affection the many hours spent with Les on duty. Thanks for the memories mate
    and for supporting such a great team.

  9. Rest In Peace Les, I spent the 70’s working with Les at Eastern Hill, great memories of a great firefighter & a genuine gentleman.

  10. Wonderful service for such an amazing life, so well lived. Thank you for letting us share in your later years. We’ll never forget you Les.

  11. What a tremendous and genuine person Les was. I had the privilege of working alongside les in the MFB in his last few years. Rest in peace.

  12. Very sad that Les has passed away, he was a thorough gentleman that never had a bad word to say about anyone. He had a wonderful career in the MFB and was l believe liked and loved by all those that new him. RIP Les.

  13. Great memories from No. 1 station. One of the senior fire-fighters willing to pass on their vast experience to a young recruit. A true gentleman. RIP Les.

  14. my self i have great memories of working with Les a member of the magic circle club his workmates now what i mean rest in peace mate Phil and Dick Cleary

  15. I have great memories of working with Les, from the old number 1 station and after. I always found Les to be a great person to chat with for hours about his navy days and our common interest of navy and aircraft. Apart from that, Les was just a great guy and always had a beaming smile to greet you with. RIP Les, one of the “gentlemen” of the MFB

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