Martin Travers (14 Mar 1946 - 30 Dec 2014)

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Funeral Service

Location
Wilford Hill Crematorium (West Chapel) Loughborough Road West Bridgford NG2 7FE
Date
20th Jan 2015
Time
12.20pm
Funeral Director
A.W. Lymn Bingham

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Date
20th Jan 2015
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In loving memory of the late Martin Travers who sadly passed away on 30th December 2014

Ann Wilson wrote

Thinking of you Martin. We will meet again. Lots love Ann. xxxxx

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Thinking of you on your birthday. A wonderful man. Xxx

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Andrew Goodier donated £50 in memory of Martin

Martin, was a true gentleman whose integrity was on a par with his drive for life which saw him skiing & fencing. A remarkable warm hearted, generous man who will be sorely missed.
Final point and match Martin.

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John Holt donated £20 in memory of Martin

Since I learned of Martin's passing, I find myself thinking of your family and you are all in my thoughts and prayers at this sad time.
We will all miss Martin within the fencing fraternity of the East Midlands. I am one of the lucky ones whose life was touched by this very special gentleman. I join you and the many others who will miss him, but I remain grateful still for having known him.

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Mel travers wrote

I love you and I am so pleased you are in 'peace' now, although I miss you like crazy every day. See you in a bit Grandad. <3 xxx

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Pete and Sue Jennette wrote

Martin was a man that we shall not soon forget. We first met on a trip to Alaska in 2001 and have been friends since then. Martin loved coming to "The Colonies" and seemed to enjoy everything he did here. He certainly lived life to the fullest and was always seeking some new adventure.
Since that trip to Alaska we met several times both here and in the UK, where he served as a marvelous "English speaking guide". Over here, we met in Washington and, years later, made two trips to the Outer Banks of North Carolina where he climbed to the top of the famed Hatteras lighthouse.
We always enjoyed Martin's company and these two Yanks shall never forget him.
Sadly,
Pete and Sue Jennette
Cardinal, Virginia

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Norman Randall donated £20 in memory of Martin

I was proud to have known Martin for 10 years. I taught him to sword fence – a sport he took up on retirment form his role as Parish Clerk in Radcliffe-on-Trent. He was largely responsible for the successful establishment of Radcliffe Sword Club and was its first Chairman, putting in place a solid foundation for the club's future. He was a good friend. May his dear soul rest in peace and his memory be for a blessing

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Geoff Neill donated £20 in memory of Martin

Our friendship started as a small pebble falling into the water, this cause ripples to grow and grow until they cascade outwards into chaos. I will never see you again my friend. I will miss the talks we once had.
Martin was my friend.

Heaven will be a happier place, with the sound of your laughter mate.
Blue Sky & Tail Winds my friend.

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Soo and Ian Shippen donated £20 in memory of Martin

Shall miss your quick wit and loyal friendship to all who knew you. Soo and Ian .

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I'm so glad we met and I'll never forget the wonderful times we had together, not least the flights in the old 'Warbirds'. Thank you for the times we had together. Di xx

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