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Have received very sad news from Bob Cameron via Alistair McLeod and Monica Urban that former Police Inspector Malcolm ‘Malky’ MacKay passed away suddenly this afternoon  (7/1/20) at home despite the best efforts of paramedics to revive him.
Monica has asked that this sad news is circulated and once funeral arrangements are received I will advise.
From Eddie Herron
Update with Funeral arrangements. The link is for the crematorium location and facilities.

Funeral of Malky McKay (husband of Monica Urban and former BTP Inspector)

 

Funeral arrangements have been made for Friday 31/01/20 1130 hours at Holmsford Bridge Crematorium, Dreghorn, Irvine KA11 4EF

https://www.dignityfunerals.co.uk/crematoria-and-cemeteries/crematoria/find-a-crematorium/holmsford-bridge-crematorium/?utm_source=google&utm_medium=listings&utm_content=7565&utm_campaign=local_listings

Regards

EDDie

Arrangements have been made for Ernie's Funeral to be held on the 8th January 2020 at 2.15 pm at the following address:

Seven Hills Crematorium

Felixstowe Road
Nacton
Suffolk
IP10 0FG
Telephone: 01473 655614
The nearest station is Ipswich which is about 7 miles away
A reception with refreshments will be held  in Ipswich following the Service. If any one wishes to attend can you please advice Martyn Ripley via E mail which can be found in the Association Journal.

On behalf of our Chairman I wish to inform you all of the following;

Chief Constable Paul Crowther OBE has been made a Commander of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire (CBE) in todays New Years Honours List.

The President, Chairman and Committee send our hearty Congratulations to Mr Crowther.

From Bob Richardson
More sad news arrived today, just been informed by Steve Taylor that his father Kenneth Taylor retired PC Plymouth Rail and Plymouth Docks passed away on Friday 20th December following a series of strokes. Kenneth joined BTP at Plymouth in 1948 after having worked on the Great Western Railway during the war years. Ken served at Plymouth Rail and Millbank Docks in the City, part of his service as a Dog Handler. Ken was on the same recruit course as Nutty Parker who went on to greater things.
Steve tells me that a Funeral will be arranged at Plymouth Crematorium on Monday 13th January 2020, time to be confirmed..
Regards
Colin Bryan

Funeral arrangements for PC Stephen Wheal Rtd is as follows

Funeral Arrangements Monday 30th December. It’s at 1.30pm at the Forest of Dean Crematorium followed by a get together at The Rising Sun in Woolaston.

https://www.forestofdeancrematorium.co.uk/contact-map.php

Yew Tree Brake, Speech House Road,Nr Cinderford, Gloucestershire GL14 3HUTel: 01594 826624Fax: 01594 826684e info@forestofdeancrematorium.co.uk

Ernest (Ernie) Beyerman died on Sunday. He was 93 years of age.

He died in hospital in Suffolk having been admitted three weeks ago with an infection.

Ernie served in London and Leeds, retiring as Chief Superintendent.

He was a past Chairman of the National Association for Retired British Transport Police Officers. A long standing committee member of NARBTPO and used to organise NE Reunions Lunches.

His wife pre deceased him some time ago.

There are not details for the funeral but his relative Paul Beyerman has said he will ensure the Secretary is notified of the details. It is possible the funeral will not take place until after the New Year.

Information  received from our Secretary.

Ernest (Ernie) Beyerman died on Sunday. He was 93 years of age. He died in passed away in Hospital in Suffolk having been admitted three weeks ago with an infection.

Ernie served in London and Leeds, retiring as Chief Superintendent.

He was a past Chairman of the National Association for Retired British Transport Police Officers. A long standing committee member of NARBTPO and used to organise NE Reunions Lunches.

His wife pre deceased him some time ago.

There are no details for the funeral, but his relative Paul Beyerman has said he will ensure the Secretary is notified of the details. It is possible the funeral will not take place until after the New Year.

DECEMBER  2019 LOTTERY DRAW

 

1ST PRIZE      £1000.00    LOTTERY NUMBER      4109    B DIV EAST

2ND PRIZE     £500.00      LOTTERY NUMBER      4269     B DIV EAST

3RD PRIZE      £50.00        LOTTERY NUMBER      2955    TFL

4TH PRIZE      £50.00        LOTTERY NUMBER      1979    A DIV

5TH PRIZE      £50.00        LOTTERY NUMBER      3559    C DIV PENNINE WEST

DECEMBER BONUS  2019 LOTTERY DRAW 

1ST PRIZE      £1000.00    LOTTERY NUMBER      1066   TFL

2ND PRIZE     £500.00      LOTTERY NUMBER      1202   TFL

3RD PRIZE      £50.00        LOTTERY NUMBER      4535    B DIV EAST

4TH PRIZE      £50.00        LOTTERY NUMBER      3779    C DIV PENNINE WEST

5TH PRIZE      £50.00        LOTTERY NUMBER      4160    TFL

We have been notified of the death of another pensioner Stephen Wheale. He served with West Mercia between 1977 to 1978 and with BTP from 1979 to 2008. Post BTP he was an assistant Air Traffic Controller at Bristol.
He passed away today 11 December 2019 and was aged about 60.
We have no details of his funeral so when they are received the entry will be updated.


I have this afternoon been advised of the passing of a retired BTP officer, Anthony McEwan HOUGH, generally called Tony, Tony was a DC at Fleetwood Docks and Preston. He was not a member of NARBTPO as far as I am aware, he retired in the mid 80’s.
No further details available or possible funeral arrangements as yet, but the details will be posted when they are received.
(I am not a member of Facebook, but the informant asks if this could be posted there as well.)
UPDATE
Tony passed away on the 30th Nov after a long illness, his funeral will be held at Carleton Crematorium, Stocks Road, (Off Stocks Lane) Blackpool FY6 7QS. On Saturday 14th December @ 10:45 hrs. These are the only details I have I'm afraid. If I receive any more I will pass them on.