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The obituary notice of Geoffrey Charles BISHOP

Lightwater, Published in: Aldershot News & Mail Series / StarCourier.

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Geoffrey CharlesBISHOPGeoff passed away peacefully at home on October 30, 2019; 9 days after his 93rd birthday. His funeral will be at Clandon Wood natural burial ground on Tuesday, November 12th at 11am. Please no flowers. Donations welcomed to The Royal Marsden Renal Unit or Phyllis Tuckwell Hospice at Home. Lodge Brothers, Lightwater. 01276 588107
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Geoff was such a great friend of my father Alan Startin. From when I was about 10 they would take me every Sunday evening to play squash, first in Bracknell and later to Lakeside in Frimley. At some point along the way I began to win a few points, until the day came that the three of us were evenly matched. We would work up quite a thirst on the court and then there was always much good cheer and laughter when Geoff and Alan were relaxing together afterwards. On a personal note, he generously helped me find my first car and came to our house many times to point us in the right direction as we struggled with a major overhaul. Geoff’s enthusiasm and guidance eventually helped us get the car on the road and this experience sowed in me a passion for things mechanical. When Alan became ill, Geoff could not have done more to provide steady comfort - he was the best of friends my father could have had.
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07/11/2019
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