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David Green writes:

THE Ven. Mark Wilson, Archdeacon Emeritus of Dorking, died on 5 October, after being diagnosed four-and-a-half years ago with a brain tumour. He was 67.

Mark's ministry touched many people in Guildford diocese, since he served as a curate at Ashtead, Chaplain of Epsom College, Vicar of Christ Church, Epsom Common, Rural Dean of Epsom, Archdeacon of Dorking and Warden of the Community of St Peter, Woking. His funeral was held on 18 October at ...

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