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Memorial Service for HUMPHREYS

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HUMPHREYSCanon Philip There will be a memorial service to give thanks for the life and work of the late Canon Philip Humphreys at St Giles Church, West Bridgford on Saturday 7th October 2017 at 12 noon. All are welcome.
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Elaine Boon:What a great man. I knew Phillip in the 70's and 80's wh...07/10/2017
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What a great man. I knew Phillip in the 70's and 80's when he used to visit the Sandfield Children's unit on the City Hospital Campus, twice a week, to 'sing' with the children and staff at the unit. He was truly loved by all. I have many fond memories of him, a very special man. I remember his 'marathon' piano playing, his incredible ability to 're-write' the music to well known Christmas carols. He 'supported' our singing escapades, when we presented our own versions of the musicals. I sang many a duet with him and remember a stunt when we pulled the piano across the 'stage' as he carried on playing. But the one thing I will always remember is the love he showed to the children, who had severe mental and physical disabilities, and I know he was truly loved by them. A great man of God, a privilege to know him and he will never be forgotten.
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