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In Memory of

Brian Norman Clark

Brian died on 31/01/2023. He was 82. He was a long time supporter of Air Ambulance, not because he ever needed it, or knew anyone who did, but he just recognised its importance and its value and was unhappy that it is not government funded.


Brian's story

Brian was always popular, a warm, cheerful, sociable person, who always had time for people, to listen and learn from them. He was an interesting person to talk to. He was very widely read and seemed to know something about everything. He had great patience and persistence, evidenced by his ability to teach himself to do things. He was self taught on the guitar. He was caring. He cared for his wife Angela tirelessly through her recent years of ill health. He was forgiving and never bore grudges. Slow to criticise, he was accepting of people for who they were. He was loved by everyone who got to really know him. He had a great sense of humour, he was very funny and had the ability to make you laugh out loud. He was incredibly proud of his children, Trina, Angus, Sarah and Arthur, and his grandchildren, Isabella, Nancy, Maisie and George. He was dearly loved. The family is proud of him, of who he was and what he accomplished

Remembered by Angela Hull

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  • A personal tribute from me: from Funeral Blues by W.H. Auden. "He was my North, my South, my East and West, My working week and my Sunday rest, My noon, my midnight, my talk, my song; I thought that love would last forever: I was wrong".
    Donated by Angela Hull
  • The collection at the funeral raised £223. I thank everyone who gave a donation to Air Ambulance in his memory. - Angela
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