Paul Botterell (17 Feb 1962 - 18 Jun 2015)

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Location
Cheltenham Crematorium (South) Chapel Bouncers Lane Cheltenham GL52 5JT
Date
1st Jul 2015
Time
1pm
Funeral Director
Ian George (Funerals) Ltd

In loving memory of Paul Botterell who passed away peacefully at Cheltenham General Hospital on the 18th June 2015, aged 53 years.
Adored Father to Saskia and Brother to Sara.
He was our rock, and will be missed beyond compare.

Christopher Hale donated £20 in memory of Paul

Like most that knew Paul, I was shocked and saddened by the awful news of his passing. I worked with him (and for him) for 8 years and I will always remember his sense of humour, infectious enthusiasm and energy, his intelligence and his ability to see a way through any obstacle. He was taken far too soon and will be sorely missed. My thoughts and condolences are with Paul's family.

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Found another photo which was taken at work, probably for photo ID card

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Richard Bee donated in memory of Paul
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Richard Bee donated in memory of Paul

The very mention of your name brings a smile to my face. So many great memories. I'll always be thinking of you.

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Tania Woolf donated £53 in memory of Paul

I have known you for a shade under thirty years, so that's virtually all my adult life. Despite the sad ending of our marriage you were always there for me, and I always considered you a form of stability in my life and were there for me when I needed a friend.

You were a fantastic father, no little girl could have asked for more and you passed onto our daughter Saskia a love of sailing and cooking.

Actually, I still cannot believe you have left, but I do believe you are drinking a pint of Doombar upstairs in the "great bar in the sky" . I will miss you.

Having said the lovely part I would also like to say you are not forgiven for the following:
Spoiling our daughter rotten.
Encouraging her to call me "the dragon" and ....
ultimately for passing on your passion for Dr Feelgood !!

I donate £53 to the RNLI for every year that you lived.

Tania x

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Ray Hynes donated in memory of Paul
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Ray Hynes wrote

A great person and sad to have left us so early. Deepest sympathies.

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Ed Guyton donated £32.94 in memory of Paul

A gentleman and a scholar. Will be sadly missed.

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Brian White wrote

I still can't believe that Paul is no longer with us. He was one of the world's true Gentlemen. He was full of class and he had an infectious smile which he always wore even when he was angry or upset. It was a pleasure to have worked with him.

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Barry McKay donated £65.88 in memory of Paul

Cheers to all the good times... You will be greatly missed...

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Paul Timmins donated £65.88 in memory of Paul

My deepest condolences.
Paul Timmins

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David and Margaret Bell donated £20 in memory of Paul
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Anne Holmes donated £20 in memory of Paul
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chris lanyi donated £10 in memory of Paul

Great Guy who provided some great memories at work and leisure time.

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John Wilkins donated £20 in memory of Paul

Sad to hear about Paul, a great friend and work colleague for 25 years to me. He will be missed by many at Sperry / Halliburton.'s offices. worldwide. A legend gone too early and my sincere condolences to all his family.

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Richard Taylor wrote

Still in shock that Paul is no longer with us, its hard to believe that after 25 years he won't be walking in to my office again or we won't be sharing a pint or two together. Paul was one of, if not the most intelligent men I've ever met, yet he always had time for everyone ... work really won't be the same without him...

I will always have fond memories (and quite a few hazy ones as well!) of the many nights out we shared over the years, he was a true friend who will be very sadly missed ...

My thoughts are with Saskia and his family...

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Richard Taylor donated £50 in memory of Paul
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Graham McGredy-Hunt donated £20 in memory of Paul
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Graham McGredy-Hunt wrote

I was both shocked and saddened to learn of the loss of Paul. He was a much respected colleague and Paul was very supportive when I was diagnosed with Prostate Cancer in 2011. I always wanted to sail and the brief but numerous conversations we had about his favourite hobby while making a brew will be one of my best memories. My sincere condolences go to his family.

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Helen West donated £25 in memory of Paul

RIP Paul. May God bless you and watch over your family from now to eternity xx

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Neil Wilson donated £5 in memory of Paul
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Tsuniki Sawaya wrote

Sincere condolences from Sawaya San and Aaron San Hamamatsu Japan.

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Nick Buck donated in memory of Paul

So sorry to hear the very sad news about Paul. He was a fine man indeed; great to work with and great to drink with. He will be sorely missed by all....my condolences...

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Helen Weekes wrote

I was so terribly sad to hear the sad news. I know Paul will be missed very much, especially by Saskia. He was a wonderful father. Deepest sympathy to all the family. Helen

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Helen Weekes wrote

I was so terribly sorry to hear the sad news about Paul. I know he was a wonderful father to Saskia and always there for her. He will be missed very much. Hold onto the many happy memories together, as they can never be taken away. My deepest sympathy to all the family.

Helen

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Tom Mackintosh donated £100 in memory of Paul

It was with great sadness that we heard that Paul had passed away. It was a great honour to have worked with him over the years. He will be greatly missed by our team in the UK and Japan.

Our condolences go to Paul's family.

Shimamura, Haku, Ando, Tak and Tom

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