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14 August 2018

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February 19, 2018
I will always remember Peter as being jolly, full of fun and slightly naughty, which had a great appeal! I'll miss him. Sent from Jane, Peter's cousin.
February 19, 2018
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February 15, 2018
Sorry to read of your's and your family's loss, Sheila. Your brother's was obviously a full life, well lived, and has left you memories to treasure x
February 15, 2018
(This is just an anecdote which hopefully shows a different bit of 'Peter' (as I knew him.) I well remember Peter from St. Paul's badminton club. I was some 8 years younger than him and just starting playing and he was an established first team player but he was willing to give me pertinent advice.
Principally, I remember him from one particular aspect of his play. Peter was never slim as long as I knew him (and I'm an expert at not being slim) but he had the fastest smash I ever played against. He would jump up and seemingly curl his body up while in the air then unleash an exceedingly fast smash with great accuracy.
These memories are nearly 50 years old but still fresh in my memory. RIP, Peter.