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1 Jan 2019 - 31 Dec 2022

In Memory of Ron Bun

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Allan Bunclark

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+ £52.50 Gift Aid


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In loving memory

In memory of

Ron Bunclark

26 Sep 1934 - 15 May 2020

Thank you for visiting my Donate in Memory of Ron page.
Ron successfully battled through prostate & bone cancer but finally succumbed to a type of currently incurable lung cancer caused by working with asbestos called Mesothelioma, from his days as an electrician.
Ron had a great life and will be remembered for his dry sense of humour, practical skills, turning his hand to most things, and his particular attention to detail, although some might call it fussy.

Please do not feel obliged to give but if you feel you want to donate in memory of Ron this will all go to help prevent and help other sufferers by funding research and care provided by the many scientists, doctors and nurses working towards a world when hopefully one day all cancers are cured.

If you are a UK taxpayer the value of your donation can increase by 25% under the Gift Aid scheme – at no additional cost to you. Please tick the Gift Aid box when you donate.

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Janet Morris



Sadly missed but never forgotten, with all our love from Beryl, Janet and David xxx


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+£12.50 Gift Aid

In my thoughts.

Total raised£450.00



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