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Andy Funnell Forward

06/25/2004 - created by Trevor Funnell

Andy Funnell, 1982 - 2004

Andy has been returned to us.

 

The sea has given us back our beloved son. His body came ashore yesterday about 20 miles up the coast from Seaford at Bexhill on Sea during the biggest June storm since just before the D Day landings in 1944.

 

We would like to thank everyone so very much for all the tributes that have been sent by card, email and on his website. We knew Andy was well liked but could never have realised just how many hearts he had touched in his short life.

 

A very special thanks to Whitey, Nikky Boy, Nik, Guy, Peter, Mat, Steve, Dave, Richie and all the others who sailed for Andy with me at Shoreham in 48 knots plus yesterday.

 

I couldn’t have done it without you guys, I was barely holding onto a 3.7 but I know Andy would have been doing doubles for sure.

 

We are now able to make funeral and memorial service arrangements and will inform you all of these shortly.

 

Trevor, Linda and Kara Funnell.

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As there are many of you who will wish to pass on messages of condolence and sympathy, a website has been set up so that you may share your memories of Andy and give your regards to Andy's family. If you would like to leave a message then please leave your comments at www.andyfunnell.com

 

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