Many of you will know Mat Rew, he has worked in our Richmond Road store since we opened. Last week Mats Grandfather passed away, the funeral was on Friday.
Matthew's Grandfather fought in World War 2 and was a volunteer at Motat assisting with restoring planes and giving tours. The kind of thing people don't seem to have time to do today as we are too busy eating brunch or going to Sylvia Park.
It appears that Motat management were too busy to even attend his funeral.
I guess he had only donated his spare time since 1982, no biggie.
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