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In Memory of

Grahame Elson

Grahame Elson, 42 yrs old, supermarket store manager, author of “the best selling book “six weeks in Africa” depicting his travels to 6 African countries

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Grahame's story

Grahame was a much loved son , brother and fiancé. Grahame suffered a cardiac arrest due to a pulmonary embolism. Despite the valiant efforts of the DRLAA crew on the day, March 21st 2019 it was to no avail and Grahame sadly passed away leaving a huge void in all of our lives. Grahame was an avid traveler who along with his fiancé Shaun had visited 65 countries and another 8 booked for the following year. Grahame & Shaun had been together 20 years and were due to wed in May 1st 2019 with a honeymoon cruise to the Baltic booked and planned. At his funeral over a 100 former workmates came to pay tribute to a man every single one of them held in high regard. Grahame was a kind, compassionate man, never a wrong word or bad mouthing, just wasn’t his style. He is sorely missed every day, especially by his beloved niece Evie, who he absolutely as she did him.

Remembered by Margaret Elson

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  • Never met Grahame but know he was a lovely man much love to Margaret and family
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    Donated by Jackie Barton
    13/12/2022

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