Peter Robert Percival Skellett (7 Jul 1943 - 18 Jul 2020)

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In loving memory of Peter Robert Percival Skellett who sadly passed away on 18th July 2020

Lynda Dovey donated £30 in memory of Peter
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HELEN GIRECOURT donated in memory of Peter
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Renee Abbott donated £10 in memory of Peter

I am not absent, only invisible

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Chris Osborne donated £30 in memory of Peter

In memory of Pete. One of my oldest and dearest friends for almost 60 years. From Leicester School of Pharmacy throughout a long career with Boots and our families growing up. The epitome of a true family man.

Chris and Helen

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Cath Rhodes donated £30 in memory of Peter
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Michael Hughes donated in memory of Peter

A sad loss of a great friend of almost 60 years. I will miss our long occasional phone calls ,the last on his birthday just a couple of weeks ago. We shared so much in our private and professional lives along with many other people.
Rest well, old friend

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Trudi and Ash Hewitt donated £100 in memory of Peter

Many happy memories of years of friendship as students and pharmacists.
Tempes fugit too fast

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Trudi and Ash Hewitt wrote

Many happy memories of years of friendship as students, flat mates and pharmacists. Tempes fugit unfortunately.

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Ashley Hewitt wrote

Very many happy memories of years of friendship as pharmacy students and pharmacists. Wonderful times together.

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Michael Hughes wrote

In memory of a very dear friend

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Michael Hughes wrote

A quietly competent and unassuming man ideally suited to his chosen profession as a pharmacist being an attentive listener to his family, friends and colleagues. A friend for almost 60 years from our first days at Leicester School of Pharmacy in 1963. I shall miss our occasional long distance chats, the last on his birthday. Rest well, old friend

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david hopkinson wrote

I remember Peter once saying to me about playing golf with his son on holiday- "life doesn't get any better". Friend, colleague and occasional golf partner.David Hopkinson

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Cath wrote

Rest In Peace. My pharmacy mentor from 1987-8, started me in my professional career

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