Charles Scott Lamb (2 Dec 1947 - 24 Sep 2017)

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Charles ScottAmnesty International UK

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Location
Poole Crematorium Gravel Hill Broadstone BH17 9BQ
Date
12th Oct 2017
Time
1pm
Funeral Director
Nicholas O'Hara Funeral Directors Ltd, Verwood

In loving memory of Charles Scott Lamb who sadly passed away on 24th September 2017

Clare and David Allerton donated in memory of Charles
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Dorothy Anderson donated in memory of Charles

Will always miss your wisdom. Dxx

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Jeremy Lamb donated in memory of Charles
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Frances Anderson-Lamb donated £50 in memory of Charles

On behalf of my late husband, Charles, who supported Amnesty for many years

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RICHARD HICKS donated £30 in memory of Charles
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Sarah-Jane Ash donated in memory of Charles

Just to say how very sorry I was to hear of Charles's death. He was a lovely man and an inspiration to us all. he will be very sadly missed. With love to Fran and all those left grieving, Sarah-Jane

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Matthew White donated £10 in memory of Charles
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Barbara Lamb donated in memory of Charles
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Wendy Malcolm Hicks donated £20 in memory of Charles
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Offline donation: Jeremy, Rita & Family (Clarke) donated in memory of Charles
Joe Webb wrote

To Fran and Charles' family, I would like to offer my heartfelt condolences. At a crucial time in my life, Charles offered knowledge, guidance and advice - always with a twinkle in his eye. So many of my lifelong interests began through discussions with Charles. If I asked him about a particular author, the next day he would bring in a book by that author for me to borrow. We would then discuss it once I'd read it. He would never tell me what to think, but I was so grateful to benefit from his opinions. To say he made a huge impact on my life is a big understatement. People make a career out of being a teacher; but no one receives remuneration for being a mentor. That's something else. I hope that one day I too will have the opportunity to act as a mentor to someone else. You see, Charles taught me an important lesson. People matter; and the thrill of aiding someone to learn is one of the most rewarding and altruistic things you can do. Thank you, Charles. You will be sorely missed, but never forgotten.

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Rebecca Hall wrote

I am so sorry to hear about the passing of Charles, he was a fantastic teacher who inspired generations of students. I remember my time at Jellicoe with Charles with great fondness. My condolences to all his family. Rebecca

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