Neville Barratt (26 Jul 1932 - 23 Jun 2019)

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Location
Exeter Crematorium St Paul's Chapel Topsham Road Exeter EX2 6EU
Date
5th Jul 2019
Time
11am
Funeral Director
M Sillifant and Sons

BARRATT Neville
On 23rd June 2019 peacefully in hospital aged 86 years of Exeter.
Loved and treasured by his family, Valerie, Martin, Susan, Frances, William and Daniel.
Funeral Service Friday 5th July Exeter Crematorium 11.00am St Paul's Chapel.
Family flowers only please, donations if desired for Hospiscare by retiring collection or c/o
M. Sillifant & Sons. 19-20 Holloway Street, Exeter. EX2 4JD

Susan Barratt donated £200 in memory of Neville

With all my love for an inspirational man

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David Rodgers donated £20 in memory of Neville

I have known Neville for the last forty or so years through attendance at NABBS/NOBBS meetings. During that time I always found him to be happy, humorous and inspirational. He will be sadly missed by all who’s life he touched. Both Linda and I wish to extend our sincere condolences to Valerie and family.

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Anthony Hollis donated £20 in memory of Neville

Rest in peace.

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Carol Davison donated in memory of Neville

Neville was a highly respected and much loved member of NABBS and the wider university technical community. We shall all miss him. Good wishes to Valerie and their family. Carol

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Jim Murison wrote

So sorry to hear about Neville, he was a much respected former University associate and friend for many years through NABBS (University Biology/Biochemistry Superintendents) and we all valued his integrity, great sense of humour and after dinner anecdotes. A lovely man. Love to Valerie and family from Jim & Anne

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Jim Murison donated in memory of Neville

So sorry to hear about Neville, he had been a University associate and friend for many years and my former colleagues in NABBS (University Biology/Biochemistry Superintedents) held him in high regard and he will be much missed, for his integrity, great sense of humour and after dinner anecdotes.
Love to Valerie and family, from Jim & Anne

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Terry Needham wrote

I remember Nev when he lived in Overpark Avenue , Braunstone, Leicester next door to relations of mine. We were the same age. I did meet him once by chance in Babbacombe.

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