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JACK WARMAN

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It is with great sadness that we have heard of Jack’s passing away.

A true gentleman, Jack had a ready sense of humour and kind words and encouragement for everyone.  He graced the stage for many years, latterly playing the Archbishop in The Sound Of Music and earning himself the nickname, “Archbishop Jack.”

For many years, Jack took on managerial roles within the Society, eventually becoming our long-serving Secretary and Trustee.  We will be forever grateful for his contributions to BOST’s well-being.

Jack’s family has sent the following information, with the intention that friends of his will join them to say their final goodbyes.

In Loving Memory of JACK ANTHONY WARMAN                                                                                                                                           29th May 1930 – 2nd March 2015

Beloved husband, father, brother and friend

Funeral Service to be held on
Friday 27th March
at 2pm
St. Mary’s Church
Eastham Village
CH62 0AQ
All welcome
Donations if desired to Macmillan Cancer Support instead of flowers please
Kindly contact kate.friar@charles-stephens.com

 

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