Ian Owen

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1 Jan - 31 Dec 2019

Ian Owen

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Greg Easter

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In loving memory

In memory of

Ian Owen

Ian Owen was the loving husband of Rachel and a beloved dad, grandpa, brother and son. Ian died suddenly at his home on 27th of September 2019 aged 59.

Ian suffered from mouth cancer in 2016 and was able to make a full recovery, and we would like donations to be made to Cancer Research in his memory.

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Peter Dearnley



Sad to learn about the loss of a very kind, honest and top level scientist/technologist. A world leader in his field. I am greatly indebted to him.


Colin Grant



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Ian Hapgood



+£25.00 Gift Aid

Aileen Woodward



+£12.50 Gift Aid

Kimball Physics, Inc.



We were deeply saddened by Ian passing. He will be truly missed!
With heartfelt condolences to all at Scanwel and Ian’s family and friends.


SPECS Surface Nano Analysis GmbH, Ferdinand Bartels



My entire staff and I extend our deepest sympathy to you and your family on the loss of Ian.
Our hearts go out to you at this time of terrible loss.

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