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Funeral Service

9th Nov 2020 1.00PM
1 attendee:DM
Director:Morse Funeral Services
Address:GreenAcres Chiltern, Potkiln Lane, Beaconsfield, HP9 2XB
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Michael Power

Michael Power

26th Oct 1965 - 21st Oct 2020
54 years
This site is dedicated to the memory of Michael Power 'Paddy' who died on 21st October 2020. Paddy is much loved and will always be remembered. Paddy's Funeral Service will take place at 1pm on Monday 9th November at GreenAcres Chiltern, Potkiln Lane, Beaconsfield, HP9 2XB. Parking is available within the woodland. Friends who are unable to attend the service are invited to line Westhorpe Road to pay their respects as the funeral cortege leaves Paddy's home. The hearse will be leaving at 12.15. Family Flowers only please. Donations in memory of Paddy can be made to 'Thames Hospice' via this site or cheques to 'Buckfast Butterflies & Dartmoor Otter Sanctuary' and 'Bumblebee Conservation Trust' may be sent c/o Morse Funeral Services, 7 Aysgarth Place, Church Road, Iver Heath, SL0 0RE. If you would like to make a donation via bank transfer, please call the office on 01753 372487. *Due to Covid-19 restrictions are in place on the number of mourners attending a funeral, the family will be making contact with guests with this in mind. It is also required that a face covering is worn whilst in the chapel and social distancing is observed.*


Pierre Anson-Tsang
I remember you well from Aylesbury Grammar School and feel so sad that our re-connection on social media after so many years has been cut cruelly short. You were always a gentleman and joy to be around and our loss is heaven's gain. Rest well Sir.
Hanx for the memories Paddy. With love to you, your family and friends. Mandy xxxx
Chris Murley
Such a wonderful person to know, he was a pleasure to work with, a lover of life and of people , he will always be up there with the best. Chris Murley
Andrew Turner
Just about to set off to say goodbye Paddy, seems the right time to write this. Thanks for some unbelievable memories. From watching Giles keel over at Stone School on hearing about the number of peppermint creams Theresa Farrant made. To when visiting you at Oxford and the first thing you asking when you stirred was how I was. A man who was passionate about everything. Humour, his work and the exhibition industry, his friends and of course his family Watching you fight ‘old boy’ has been inspirational and I will hold on to that forever. May you rest in peace my friend, it’s a pleasure to have had you as a friend Roo xx
Melinda Lawler
Ah, Paddy. This day has come. We talked about it and many other aspects relating to your cancer over coffee (me) peppermint tea (you) in the cafe in Marlow, Satollo over the last 4 years. I am a new friend. Only been in Marlow for 8 years. But I work for the NHS so we were able to have conversations about what was going on. You were mostly angry about what was going on. I was angry too. But I listened to how much you wanted to fight for as long as you could for Ali, Ed and Jess. Your passion and conviction for these three most important people in your world was awesome. You were awesome. In your courage, in your determination and in your immense love for your family. I have nothing but overwhelming admiration for the way you and your family went through this journey together. It taught me many things. But perhaps the single, most important thing was to be true to yourself. Because that’s what you remained. As a father and husband. I know your journey will go on and on as you will be talked about and honoured in the many future generations ahead of you. But today, I wish you the all peace you deserve at the end of such an exhausting fight. Sleep well, my friend. Melinda
Paula Paterson
Dear Paddy. I have the fondest of memories of you at my early days at Nomadic. Those were some of the best times ever and some of the greatest characters I've worked with. You will be remembered for your wit, being a truly genuine guy loved by all who worked with you. I will always remember your no expense spared 30th party. What a night that was. Sending my heart felt condolences to Ali, Ed and Jess and all your family and close friends. You will be deeply missed but never forgotten. RIP dear Paddy. X
Carl Buckland
Take care Pads we never did have the catch up coffee. One day we will X
Jamie wood
Paddy all the words your great friends have written sum up what an absolutely top man you are and it has been my privilege to be your friend over the last 30 odd years. We met through business and despite the difficulties and challenges we had you always had a smile on your face and remained positive. You are a lovely man who has lit up the lives of many and who until the last was always listening,giving and supporting. We will miss you hugely. Rest in peace my friend. Jamie