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Finally there was me, the lackey film herd, and basically the only responsible dude in the Lagger
household, which isn't saying that much.
JOHN Graham Reeves worked for 26 years as a pipe lagger
at Carmarthen Bay Power Station.
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The funeral he had to celebrate his life was wonderful, with so many laggers
from all over the county from different power stations coming who, like us, will miss his smile and infectious laugh.
Anthony O'Toole, 39, a lagger
, and his 19-year-old son, Dean, both from West Derby, Alan Gerrard, a 44- year-old roofer from Stockbridge Village and Harold Camello, 40, a garage owner from Anfield, were all detained in raids by police on Sunday in Merseyside.
Mr Lockley came into contact with asbestos while working as a lagger
, fitting thermal insulation at power stations, during the 1960s.
Retired pipe lagger
Mr Reeves from Burry Port, Carmarthenshire, died five weeks after the operation.
Fife MEP Alex Falconer, who used to be a lagger
at the yard, said: "If this film goes ahead at least there will be a few thousand workers on the site who could be extras.
Heslop has just started work as a lagger
last week, the court was told.
An inquest at Wirral coroner's court heard Mr Jones had worked as an apprentice lagger
at Stanlow in Ellesmere Port for almost three years.
Prosecutor Leighton Davies, QC, earlier told how retired pipe lagger
Mr Reeves underwent the operation on January 24, 2000, for a stone in his right kidney.