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Deaths

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10 March 2017

BRUNNING. — On 11 February, the Revd Neil Brunning: Vicar of Cheadle Hulme (1979-88); Glent­worth (1988-93); Priest-in-Charge of Hemswell with Harpswell (1988-93); Vicar of the Glentworth Group (1993-94); aged 87.

CLARK. — On 20 February, the Revd Dennis Henry Graham Clark: RAF Chaplain (1961-78); Assistant Chaplain-in-Chief (1978-82); Chap­lain of St Clement Danes, London (1979-82) Vicar of Godmanchester (1982-91); aged 91.

TUDOR. — On 16 October, the Revd David Charles Frederick Tu­­dor: Assistant Curate of St Elisa­beth’s, Reddish (1975-78); Curate-in-Charge of All Saints’, Hamer, Rochdale (1978-80); Vicar of Goldenhill (1980-87); Meir (1987-91); Chaplain Assistant of Notting­ham City Hospital (1991-94); Chap­lain of Central Sheffield University Hospitals NHS Trust (1994-96); Vicar of St George with St John, Nottingham (1996-2004); aged 74.

WALKER. — On 26 January, the Revd Charles Benjamin Walker: Assistant Curate of St Mary Mag­dalene’s, Woolwich (1950-55); Chap­lain of Peterhouse, Cambridge (1955-60); received into the RC Church in 1960; aged 92.

WOODLEY. — On 25 February, the Revd Ronald John Woodley: Curate-in-Charge of the Ascension Conventional District, Berwick Hills, Middlesbrough (1961-66); Vicar (1966-71); Rector of Stokesley (1971-85); Rural Dean (1977-85); Canon and Prebendary of York Minster (1982-2000); Arch­deacon of Cleveland (1985-91); aged 91.

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