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Graham Newman

Graham served for many years in the Anglican ministry at Warkworth (Northumberland), Haltwhistle and in Newcastle upon Tyne. He came to sailing relatively late in life, but became an avid off-shore cruiser and a long-time supporter of the RNLI. Graham dies suddenly in November, 2007, at the relatively early age of 63. He is sadly missed by his family and numerous friends, ex-parisioners and colleagues.

Added by: Barry Wyatt on 5 December 2007.

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