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From: Graham WhitesidePosted: 16-5-2020
wreath.jpg Farewell Edith White
 Lynne contacted us with the sad news of Ediths death.



I am just letting you know that Edith White who used to be an evening telephonist in Cathedral Exchange passed away peacefully on Sunday evening. She will be greatly missed by all of her family. The funeral is on the 28th May in Lytham but will be attended by immediate family only due to the coronavirus issue.

Kind regards

Lynne Pringle-Adley
 
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From: Graham WhitesidePosted: 15-5-2020
cross.jpg Farewell Mike Kelly
  Ged Morris has been in touch with the sad news of Mikes death.




I have just been contacted by Steven Wilson who is a relative of Mike Kelly a Mancass member. He has asked me to pass on news of Mike’s death to former colleagues.

He died from poor health On the 14th April with heart conditions and not CV19.

The funeral wii be at Dukinfield Crematorium next week.




Mike worked on Private Wires at customer premises for many years. When Openreach was formed he continued to work at customer sites on installations until his retirement.

Due to the current restrictions at funerals it will be family in attendance only.
 
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From: Graham WhitesidePosted: 24-4-2020
wreath.jpg Farewell Colin Bennett
  Geoff Stokes contacted us with this sad news.




Just heard the sad news that Colin passed away.

Colin worked on north area construction at Ashton-Under-Lyne ATE in the seventies.




Colin joined bt as a TTA in 1969 and retired in 2010. The photo was taken at Rutherford House in 1999.

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From: Alfred BrownPosted: 31-3-2020
cross.jpg Farewell Les Robinson
 It is with sadness to record the passing of Les Robinson who died today.
Les worked in Manchester Central Circuit Provision Control, then Manchester CPC, before moving like a number of us into Broadband Diagnostics where he finished his career.

Les had been unwell for some time and had been cared for in a Care Home in Salford.
 
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From: Graham WhitesidePosted: 24-3-2020
wreath.jpg Farewell Brian Warren
  Jessica Warren contacted us about her Dad's death




My Dad, Brian Warren sadly passed away last Monday (the 16th March). He had been poorly for a few months but his passing was sudden and unexpected - I have only just managed to get access to this site to inform you.

My Dad worked in Dial House in Manchester for many years, all he ever did was tell us stories about his days as BT Engineer and his escapades with ‘the lads’.

Due to the nature of our current situation there will be no funeral, once the restrictions have been lifted we will be arranging a memorial service for people to pay their respects. I will post the details on here as soon we have them.

Stay safe and thank you :)
 
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From: Pete LiveseyPosted: 23-3-2020
notice.jpg Farewell to Dennis Massey
 Sadly, Dennis passed away on Saturday 21st March after a two year battle with Lymphoma.

Dennis joined Post Office Telecoms in Manchester Central Area as a TTA in 1971, he then worked on PABX Maintence based in Gorton. After 15 years Dennis left the company and worked in Oman for 9 years before returning to the UK.

Ann, Dennis' wife hopes to organise a celebration of his life when current restrictions have been lifted.
 
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From: Chris LeonardPosted: 21-3-2020
notice.jpg Farewell David H Nicholson
 Dave’s son has just informed me that Dave passed away last Monday.

His funeral is this coming Tuesday but because of the cornavirus no celebration of his passing will take place. His son plans to organise a get together once things get back to normal.
 
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From: Mike NorrisPosted: 20-3-2020
cross.jpg Bill Clarke
 With regards the funeral of Bill Clarke this Monday 23rd March.

The family have been in touch to advise us that due to the current situation, they have requested ONLY FAMILY attend the funeral.

They are very disappointed friends and ex colleagues of Bill cannot attend, but In the current situation it is not allowed.
 
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From: Graham WhitesidePosted: 19-3-2020
question.jpg Corona Virus Symptoms
  As the covid-19 pandemic starts to take hold, How do you know if you have it?

Despite all the measures you can take it is inevitable that millions will catch the virus.

Indeed from a scientific point of view the only way that will stop the virus at the moment is that most people will eventually catch it.
If enough people build up immunity to covid-19 the virus will be stopped in it's tracks.

Presently there is no anti-viral vaccine available, it may take up to a year or even longer to develop and produce one.

For healthy and young people it can be no worse than traditional flu, but for anyone with other complications it can be deadly.

If you do contract covid-19, take care not pass it on to vulnerable people.

Take care and stay safe.
 
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From: Ian TomlinsonPosted: 12-3-2020
notice.jpg Terry Crowe
 Colleagues,

The Union Office has received a message from Terry Crowe's daughter, Fiona Butterworth, advising that her father had sadly died last Wednesday 4th March. Fiona said that she fondly remembers the Christmas Meals she had attended with her Dad at retired members events.

Terry was a much appreciated colleague who worked in TASS and Manchester Telex, in York Street.

Fiona wishes to let you know that the funeral has been arranged for Monday 23rd march at Altrincham Crem starting at 11.30.
 
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