Pauline and Morris wish to extend deep gratitude to all those who have sent kind messages of condolence. They would particularly like to thank all those friends, neighbours and NHS workers who made his illness more bearable. They would particularly like to acknowledge the extraordinary palliative care given by the people at St. Christopher’s Hospice. They ask that those who would usually mark Andrew’s death with flowers make donations to St. Christopher’s instead.
All are invited to refreshments from 12 noon at ‘The Herne’ 22, Forest Hill Road SE22 0RR
Andrew was born in Madras (Chennai) South India the only son of Karl and Esther Nagel. He went to school in Newton Abbot where the family first lived when moving to the UK and then at King Edward 6th School, Aston, Birmingham. He eventually settled in South London where he lived the remainder of his life. He had a great love of music, reading and making things grow. Fiercely independent, he bore his illnesses with great resilience.
A selection of floral posies. Approximate sizes are:
A beautiful range of sympathy baskets. Approximate sizes include:
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