Dr Andrew Barton-Breck (19 May 1961 - 17 Oct 2016)

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Location
Buckfast Abbey Buckfastleigh TQ11 0EE
Date
3rd Nov 2016
Time
2.30pm

Dr Andrew BARTON-BRECK

In loving memory of our Andrew, aged 55 years who sadly passed away at Exeter & District Hospice on 17th October 2016 - the most precious and wonderful husband, father, son, brother and friend.

Beloved husband of Jules, adored father of Mark, Jack and Sam, dearly loved son of Harry and Joan, loving brother of Mark, Michael, Patrick and James.

A private funeral service will be held at Buckfast Abbey (St Michael's Chapel) on Thursday 3rd November at 2.30pm.
No flowers by request, donations welcomed for Hospiscare and can be sent to:

LeRoy Funerals, 94/95 High Street, Crediton, Devon EX17 3LB

Issadora Saeteng wrote

It’s 2019.. and I was searching my emails to find Dr Barton’s research dissertation that I got to contribute to with a poem. I found his published dissertation online but could not print the first 5 pages due to some password requirements!

I had a number of emails to and from him but realize that I didn’t have a copy of his final dissertation although I kept thinking that he possibly sent me a final draft? Not sure

Anyways, I thought... wonder how he is and perhaps I should google more to find him, get the bits I want from his dissertation and see what’s going on now..

I was ABSOLUTELY BLOWN AWAY and feel great SADNESS to learn of his death and to just learn about it NOW!

I don’t even know if this message will be received but thought I would give it a try.

Thank. You

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Kate Vizard wrote

How sad we are to hear the tragic news that Dr Barton-Breck has passed away. In 2014 he visited Fabian and wrote a helpful report about his Sensory Profile. We wish Jules and family all the best.

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Alan Penn wrote

Andy, the warmest and most inspirational guy ever. Our chats lit up my day. We always tried to meet up but we became too busy. If you're looking down mate, I am truly sorry and will always live in regret.

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Cara Collins wrote

Andy has had an enormous impact on both myself and my husband. Andrew has greatly enriched, enlightened and inspired our lives. We are very grateful to have known him and will always remember him very fondly.

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Catherine Heathfield donated in memory of Dr

May the peace which comes from the memories of love shared, comfort you now and in the days ahead. Thinking of you today. C xxx

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stephen peacock donated £100 in memory of Dr

For Andy in memory of the warmth, kindness and support he gave to our family over the last couple of years.

It has been a privilege to have known him and we will remember his advice always.

Stephen, Sarah and Ben

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Tessa & Robert Harrison wrote

Rest in peace, lovely funny Andy,
Rob and Tessa

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Natalie & John McGinlay donated in memory of Dr

Andy was a lovely and kind man. He was such a help to our family and his advice was always much appreciated. We feel privileged to have known him and we will be forever grateful for the time he spent he spent with us.

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adrian gunn donated £20 in memory of Dr

I grew up with Andrew who was my friend when we both attended Gillingham Technical High School (GTHS.) in the early 1970's.

During those formative years Andrew and myself formed a close bond which endured until our late teens. At GTHS we both shared a great interest in the Sciences, which as reflected through the mirror of time, both served us well.

We played on the Darland banks, went to Sharps Green on the Medway Estuary and generally caused mishap as teenagers do.

The latter part or our relationship found us with more pressing issues than school and youthful fun. Soon, music, work and other realities would fill out lives and our ways parted.

I'm very impressed to see that Andrew has been so successful and my only regret is that we did not make contact on Facebook earlier.

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Mark & Christine Johnson donated £100 in memory of Dr

"Sweet is the memory of distant friends! Like the mellow rays of the departing sun, it falls tenderly, yet sadly, on the heart."
[Washington Irvine]

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Hilary, Gary & Cameron wrote

Andy was an amazing friend and 'Uncle,' whose kindness, warmth and generosity will never be forgotten. We all feel privileged to have known him.

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Penny Wigram donated £50 in memory of Dr

My son Ben and I send our sympathy and warm wishes to Jules and all the family. Andy was such a help and friend to Ben over several months and made a deep impression on us all. He is very much missed .

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  • Best holiday memories ever xx

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Lee and Lolly Allen wrote

Andy. Our friend. Our patient, kind mischievous friend. We love you. Mr Lee and Lolly xxx

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