Sorry to hear bad news again
condolences to his family
Never met him except on AR9 Zoom calls, but seemed like a thoroughly good egg, taken way too soon. Condolences to family. RIP.
Philip Ambrose member no. 5869 since 2002 location Cotswolds
What utterly devastating news my heart goes out to the family.
I knew Brian well, as a neighbouring AR, at my local track - Castle Combe - as a Marshall, a career in aviation engineering which was not dissimilar to mine & our telephone conversations when he was part of the AR9.
He will be a loss not only to his family but to friends & the club.
Fair well Brian on your last flight to the great hanger in the sky.
So sorry to hear the sad news about Brian. He was a kind, caring and enthusiastic member of the club and will be missed.
I first met Brian when I was the Taffia AR & he took over as Bristol & Bath AR.
So sad, devastating news.
A true gentleman in every sense of the word, willing to give his time, his knowledge & his friendship.
Will be sadly missed but always remembered.
Very sad news to hear and my condolences to his wife and family.
Similar to other members of the AR9 group, we hadn't met in person but spoke plenty of times on Zoom or over the phone. I was certainly touched by his enthusiasm and passion for the club and his application of good old fashioned common sense. He called me several times for a chat to go through some points and he never failed to leave a positive end to the conversation with me.
We are deeply saddened by this news here in the office. Brian was such a lovely chap and was always so kind to us all. He will be truly missed.
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Like a few others, I worked with Brian during 2020 as he took on the Company Sec role, but never met him other than virtually. The last conversation I had with him would have been late November and I cannot believe how quickly he has been taken.
Such an enthusiast with a lot of energy and great ideas.
My thoughts and condolences are with Julie and the family