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16 July 2007

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Well, that's sad. I loved Matchbox cars as a kid and I've been waiting for my nephew to get to three years old so he can play with them, too. I preferred them to Hot Wheels because they were less garish and fanciful, more like real cars. So long, Mr. Odell, and thanks.

He was the best Uncle I ever had!!!! Kind, generous, funny, a great singer, and always there to help a family member in need. We will miss him.

I HAD THE OPPORTUNITY TO MEET MR. ODELL APPROXIMATELY 15 YEARS AGO WHEN I ATTENDED THE UNIVERSITY OF LONDON. HE TOOK ME AND A FRIEND OF MINE GOLFING AT HIS CLUB AND FOR A TOUR OF THE LLEDO FACTORY. HE WAS A GRACIOUS MAN WITH A WONDERFUL WIFE. MAY HE REST IN PEACE.

I came across this site whilst trying to arrange a re-union of friends who lived in the Olympia area of West London in the late 1960's. Seeing the comment from Lesley Odell, I wondered whether she used to live at Lisgar Terrace. i would be grateful for a response.

Quite nicely written actually, i like it. :)

Very sorry to that such a great innovator has left us.
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