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David Light, 1933-2019. David Light, artist, musician and muralist, died quietly on 15th June 2019 aged 86 after a short illness. He will be much missed by his wife Dorothy, and children Yvonne, Terence, Richard and Rebecca, and 8 grandchildren. David - a singer in the Ceramic City Choir for many years - taught art at Stanfield Technical High School and, after retirement, went on to paint the mural in Lobby 4 at the Potteries Shopping Centre in Hanley in 1988, and many other murals across the city. He continued carving, painting, and drawing until the end. In accordance with his wishes there will be no funeral service. A memorial celebration of his life and exhibition of his art is planned for August. If you would like to attend, please email or write to 11 Woodland Avenue, Norton ST6 8NE.
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Published in: Stoke Sentinel.
Published from: June 18, 2019.
Home town: Norton
Notable areas: Burslem, Wolstanton, Newcastle-under-Lyme
Mr. Light I will remember for always being a most gentle man and good teacher. I recall he had a green mini van and one day pointed out how women had wider pelvises to allow for child birth. Quite a revelation when you are 13. I was at Stanfield from 1959 to 1963. Michael Tunnicliffe.
Left by Michael Tunnicliffe: 12/08/2019
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Thank you all for your kind words and memories of David Light. The Sentinel will be publishing a tribute article about him this week. If any of you would like to see the exhibition of his art, or attend the memorial event, here are the details. An exhibition of David Light’s art will be on display in the Arthur Berry Room at the Burslem School of Art, Queen St, ST6 3EJ. A memorial gathering for family, friends and colleagues will be held on Tuesday 20th August at 2pm, after which the exhibition will be open to the public daily, 11am-3pm, until Monday 26th August 2019. Please email if you would like more details, or would like to attend the Memorial Service. With thanks Yvonne and Rebecca Light (daughters)
Left by Yvonne and Rebecca Light: 07/07/2019
He was my art teacher at Stanfields in the 1980s. A lovely man, so effortlessly talented, he made art look so easy! I'm so proud that he was my teacher! My thoughts and prayers go to his family, God Bless Mr Wright xx
Left by Joanne Bradbury : 29/06/2019
He taught my chidren, a very talented man who loved teachibg art. My sincere sympathy and condolences to his wife Dorothy and all the family. R I P you will be sadly missed.
Left by Jean Edwards: 25/06/2019
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