TEASDALE (JOHN ELVIN)
D.O.B 27.06.1941 Passed away unexpectedly 27.01.2020. To quote the famous Bob Dylan:
"Do not go gently into that good night,
Old age should burn and rave at close of day,
And you, my father, there on the sad height,
Curse, bless, me now with your fierce tears, I pray.
Do not go gentle into that good night
Rage, rage against the dying of the light".
Dedicated father to Jodie, James, Jonathon and Sybil. Loving Grandfather (Geeps) to Annabelle, Elliette and Madison.
Though our hearts are broken, we take solace knowing that you are looking down upon us.
TEASDALE (John Elvin):
D.O.B 27.06.1941 A man who was an institution within himself who touched the lives of many.
You will be greatly missed and never replaced.
Be at peace now John for you have surely earnt it, sleep quietly now with mum.
Sandy and Brian Hopley
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My deepest sympathies to James, Jono and Jodie and families. I will be unable to attend on Saturday but will visit John's grave in May when I come over.
TEASDALE JOHN Sincere and heartfelt sympathy to Sandy, James, John, Jodie and Sybil on John's sudden passing. He was a wonderful friend and man of superb intellect and compassion.
So many great memories over so many years.
Edney and Suellen Blackaby
DR JOHN ELVIN You were a friend and a pioneer in your field. You set me and countless others on a lifelong career. You were stubborn but generous, poor in time management but rich in time spent with your patients. I will always remember the chats, texts, dinners and Saturdays at Northam Hosp. Deepest sympathy to James, Jono and families. RIP JET. From David Baker
Deepest sympathy to Sandy, James, John and Jodie in the sad and sudden loss of your husband and father.
A great intellect and a great friend of John and Beryl Cooper.