Stephen Kevin Dugdale (24 Jan 1947 - 2 Aug 2020)

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DUGDALE
Stephen

Passed away peacefully on 2nd August 2020, aged 73 years.

Sadly missed by his wife Heather and his family Peter, Gae, Nan and Noon.

Due to current circumstances, Stephen’s funeral will be a private ceremony.

No flowers by request. Donations in memory of Stephen for Pancreatic Cancer UK and Macmillan Cancer Support may be sent to Walton and Taylor, Funeral Directors, 16 Railway Terrace, Rugby, CV21 3EW, telephone 01788 543008 or you may donate online at www.waltonandtaylor.co.uk/donate

Hélène Fallon Wood. Peter Wood and Brian Òg Wood Wood donated in memory of Stephen
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Rob Cunningham wrote

Steve has been an inspiration to many young engineers and I had the pleasure to work under him. You knew that if it got through Steve’s approval that you had done a good job.
It was an honour to be at his funeral. My thoughts go out to Heather and her family.

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Catherine Robinson donated £20 in memory of Stephen
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Alan Holmes donated in memory of Stephen

A lovely man, always helpful and a top notch engineer

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Alyson Berman donated £30 in memory of Stephen
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Mike McGuire donated in memory of Stephen

So sad - a great, fair minded bloke and outstanding engineer who was always well regarded by everyone.

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Steve Lewis wrote

Steve was both a great friend and mentor who taught me how to manage both my work and myself. He was a joy to work with and always brought a sense of calm and purpose along with his great engineering knowledge. The years that we spent together in GEC formed most of my values in work. I was blessed to have him as my first boss and I will and still greatly miss him. Thoughts and prayers from Steve and Shana.

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mark lewis wrote

Steve was one of the best bosses I ever had. He was always inspirational and a great mentor and one of the best and most professional engineers i've met. I'm sure he'll be greatly missed. Condolences to Heather and family. Mark Lewis worked with Steve from 1983 to 1998 at GEC Turbines, Rugby.

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