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Deaths

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19 April 2013

ASHLEY. - On 4 April, the Revd Brian Christenson Ashley: Assistant Curate of Ridgeway, in charge of St Peter's, Basegreen (1972-74); Team Vicar in the Gleadless Team Ministry (1974-77); Rector of Dinnington (1977-85); Rural Dean of Laughton (1982-85); Vicar of Mosbrough (1985-88); Priest-in-Charge of Curbar and Stoney Middleton (1988-91); aged 76.

BEAZLEY. - On 8 April, the Revd Margaret Sheila Elizabeth Mary Beazley: NSM of St Mary's, Ware, since 1989; aged 80.

BUTLER. - On 8 April, the Revd Angela Elizabeth Butler: NSM of Wheatley with Forest Hill and Stanton St John (1989-97); NSM in the Wheatley Team Ministry (1997-2001); aged 81.

KELLY. - On 20 March, the Revd Albert Norman Kelly: Rector of Billy (1955-63); Assistant Curate of Dorking with Ranmore (1963-66); Curate-in-Charge of New Haw Conventional District (1966-72); Vicar of New Haw (1972-78); Rural Dean of Chertsey (1973-78); Runnymede (1975-78); Vicar of Egham Hythe (1978-86); Hon. Canon of Guildford Cathedral (1980-86); United Society for the Propagation of the Gospel Area Secretary (1988-93); aged 92.

MAUDE. - On 8 April, the Revd Alan Maude: Assistant Chaplain of Crumpsall and Springfield Hospitals (1973-75); Chaplain of the Royal Victoria Infirmary, Newcastle on Tyne (1975-94); Hon. Canon of Newcastle Cathedral (1988-2006); Canon Emeritus since 2006; Chaplain of the Royal Victoria Infirmary and Associated Hospitals NHS Trust (1994-98); Chaplain of Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals NHS Trust (1998-2006); Priest-in-Charge of Costa del Sol West since 2006; aged 71.

MEAD. - On 5 April, the Revd Colin Harvey Mead: Non- Stipendiary Minister of Talbot Village (1984-96); aged 86.

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