IN MEMORIAM

Michael John (Tiny) Porter March 2017 800, 809 POAM(AE)   Yeovil
Bob Snook 29/04/2016 800 LAM(AE)   Adelaide
Harry Butler MBE 20/04/2016 736, 801, 809, RNU CELMN(A) FAABA Member Cardiff
Colin Brown 26/02/2016 809 POAF(AE) FAABA Member Yeovil
John Stevenson 12/01/2016 809, RNU PO FAABA Member Nottingham
Ian Ross Oct 2015 800     Aberdeenshire
Mick Dwyer Sept 2015 809, RNU   FAABA Member Yeovil
Bill Copeland Jan 2015 800     Wiltshire
J. D. Brown May 2014 809, RNU POAF(AE) Worked at ERS VL Ilchester
Derek Noble 10/04/2014 764   (Fulmar Association) Morayshire
Ivan Towner April2014 801, 809, RNU PO FAABA Member Yeovil
Sandy Joyce Apr 2014 809   FAABA Member Bo'ness
Christopher 'Ben' Turpin Jan 2014 809, RNU NAM(AE)   Dorset
Norman Allen Nov 2013 809 WO Ex SMR 809 Cheshire
Tony Clarke Nov 2013 800 AA1    
Ray (Rocky) Mason Oct 2013 809, RNU Ex NAM(AE) FAABA Member Northants
Steve Johnson Sept 2013 736, 809 Ex EA(A)2   Hampshire
Lyn Middleton 3/12/2012 809, HMS Hermes R. Adml CO 809 Sqdn 1967-68, Capt HMS Hermes 1982, FONAC 1984 Surrey
Mike (Sammy) Tyler May 2011     FAABA Member  
Ian (Pincher) Martin 19/05/2011 736, 800, 803, 809, RNU Ex EMA FAABA founder member Aberdeen
Tom Lattimer 18/04/2011 800 Ex REA1 FAABA Member South Africa
Gerry (Scouse) Jones 26/08/2010 803, 809, RNU Ex CAF(AE)    
Brian Lawson 2008/2009 800 Ex LAM(AE)   Cornwall
Di (Taff) Rees 07/07/2009 800 Ex LAM(AE)   Hampshire
Albert Martin 10/06/2009 RNU, 809      
John Mowat 04/03/2009        
Tony Slater 29/01/2009 736, 809 AM1    
Phred Shiboo 02/06/2004 RNU, 809, 800 LREM(A) FAABA founder member  
Ronald Vanstone 1994 800 Ex LAM(AE) aka Rip  

Crossing the Bar

Sunset and evening star,
    And one clear call for me!
And may there be no moaning of the bar,
    When I put out to sea.

But such a tide as moving seems asleep,
    Too full for sound and foam,
When that which drew from out the boundless deep
    Turns again home!

Twilight and evening bell,
    And after that the dark!
And may there be no sadness of farewell,
    When I embark;

For though from out our bourn of Time and Place
    The flood may bear me far,
I hope to see my Pilot face to face
    When I have crost the bar.

Alfred, Lord Tennyson, 1889

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