Make a Donation in Ian's Memory

Donations will be gifted to the following charities:

Blood Cancer UK & Christ Church Higher Bebington

Blood Cancer UK, is a UK based charity dedicated to funding research into all blood cancers including leukaemia, lymphoma and myeloma, as well as to offering information and support to blood cancer patients. Blood Cancer UK’s vision is to beat blood cancer.

Christ Church Higher Bebington is the church where Ian and Barbara were married in March 2020. The church is very active within their local community and were very supportive of Barbara and Ian throughout Ian’s illness.

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Messages of Condolence for Ian

Leave a message of condolence for Ian

Graham

Will continue to think of you often, Ian.

Jacqui Reynolds

Respected as my colleague and loved as my friend. I shall miss Ian terribly and feel very lucky to have known him. Thoughts are with Barbara & family. x

Mark

Family friend through thick and thin.
Introduced me to engineering and draughtsmanship.
Airshows, oh they were days out. Sat in back of a austin princess I think with him and my dad smoking cigars and cigarettes in front. Saw sr71 with him.
Top. Top. Bloke.
Barbara and family I send you my deepest condolences.

Emma Davies (Millbank)

Ian’s was a great friend & very supportive colleague over the past 26 years. He had a wonderful sense of humour & will be truly missed & never forgotten.

Doreen Sedgwick (Andromeda Engineering)

Always a kind and thoughtful person, a true gentleman who will be greatly missed. You always made me smile Ian, my condolences to Barb and all the family.

Anthony Marsden

Ian will be sadly missed by all of us at Millbank. A true gentleman. He wore his grumpiness and bluster like a badge of honour, but it always came with a smile and a cheeky grin.

Louise and Ian Carlisle

We are so sorry for your loss aunty Barbara. We just want you to know we are here for you and will keep you all in our prayers. Much love always xxxxx

Sue Ball - Balfour Beatty Rail, Liverpool

I want to add my deepest sympathy to Ian’s family and friends on the extremely sad passing of Ian. I was absolutely devastated to hear the sad news. Ian was such a great, great man, I have known Ian through our company for over 20 years, firstly through my colleague Doreen and then liaising with Ian myself. Nothing was ever too much trouble for Ian, he always went out of his way to help you, he was so easy talk to and he always made me laugh and smile – he was a pleasure to know. He is and will be very sadly missed. I feel lucky to have known him. God Bless you Ian, my heart goes out to Barbara and his family xxx Sue Ball (Balfour Beatty Rail, Liverpool)

Kenneth Pullen

Ian was a great man, he started me at Mowlem after I left school in the drawing office back in the days of YTS schemes and office full of drawing boards and smokers, he taught me all I needed to know and more. Ian, myself and a few of the others from the office often went to Wales for the WRC Rally meeting up at Stewarts for bacon butties. Ian was a great friend and will be sadly missed. My thoughts and condolences to Barb and the family.

Lynne Bergin

To Barbara and family,
Thinking of you all today.
Ian and I worked at Unilever Research in 1980’s and then I have had the pleasure of working with him at Millbank for the last 10 years. We quite often used to chat about LFC ,Scotland, the Wirral and theatre shows.
You don’t need me to tell you that he will be sadly missed xx Take care

June Walker and Family

Always in our hearts

Janet Clare

Will miss your sense of humour and love of life and will never be forgotten

Alex McConnell

Terribly sad to hear the news. Ian was a true gent and a pleasure to talk to when we worked together at Millbank. Not a character one soon forgets. Sending deepest condolences to his family.

Rosemary & Mike Sanderson

Ian – a great neighbour for over forty years -Thinking of Barbara and all the family at this very sad time.
Rosemary, Mike and all our family. (Rest In Peace Ian).

Andrea

I had never met anyone like Ian, he was one in a million.
Not only was he an ex colleague but a friend. He will be sadly missed.
Thoughts and best wishes to Barbara and all the family x

Andrea

I had never met anyone like Ian, he was one in a million.
Not only was he an ex colleague but a friend. He will be sadly missed.
Thoughts and best wishes to Barbara and all the family x

Sue and Peter Smethurst

We will remember all the happy, fun times we had

Julie Davies

I am truly lost for words. What a man. What a great loss to all who knew him. I am thinking of all his family Xxxx

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