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Martin Allan Wise

1948 - 2019

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  • British Heart Foundation
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  1. IN LOVING MEMORY OF A TRUE FRIEND AND FELLOW OFFICER. GONE NOW BUT FOREVER REMEMBERED. RIP MARTIN, LOVE FROM VERNON & JACKIE XX

    VERNON AND JACKIE ATTWELL
  2. RIP Martin, Love Liliane & John xx

    Liliane & John Brookes
  3. A perfect gentleman with the most amazing dry sense of humour. You will be greatly missed, we will always remember the wonderful times we had together, Amsterdam Le Touqet and Eypres. Our most wonderful tour guide.

    Sue Barry and Vicky Bunyan.
  4. Martin, so sorry buddy. We had some good times together on the SCPU and also socially, its seems like just yesterday we were having a good drink at Bris’s farewell!
    RIP Brother

    Barry Siviers
  5. Thinking of you all at this sad time.x

    Brian and Merielle .x
  6. We will always remeber the times we enjoyed your company with your droll sense of humour.
    We will be looking out for you as we are certain you will have borrowed a broom stick and will be flying through the night time sky!
    God Bless

    Judith and Roger
  7. Our thoughts are with you at this very sad time.
    Great bloke will be missed by all.

    Greg Dimond.
  8. To Lorna & Family

    What a Great Loss so early
    Always so full of life, and an excellent family man and mason.
    He will be so missed in his several walks of life.
    We are really sad at such bad news.

    Sandra & Tony (House)
  9. Our thoughts are with you all at this very sad time.
    Martin was a good, loyal and trusted friend for close on fifty nine years. So many great memories of the ‘adventures’, laughs and scrapes we got into as teenagers!
    In latter years we have valued and enjoyed the times we have spent together; Martin was always good company with his dry, wry and sometimes, delightfully irreverent sense of humour.
    A good friend who will be greatly missed.
    Dave and Kathy xx

    Dave and Kathy
  10. Martin,

    I will miss all the banter about your bad shoulder and my gorgeous bottom!
    Thanks for all the fun and laughter that we have had over the years

    Karanne

    Karanne Rance
  11. Such a character, scary at times being so little and you being so big! Will always be our BGG Big Grumpy Giant. Couldn’t have asked for a more caring, fun, lovely Godfather. Love Katie, Mark, Bruce & Lottie xxxx

    Katie Williams-Griffiths
  12. You’ll be sadly missed big boy.
    I raise a toast to ‘one of the best’
    Will miss the Tea Parties’!
    RIP. Martin

    Duncan Ellis
  13. Although we were reasonably close relatives, cousins, we didn’t communicate regularly or often. The times we did get together, however, normally at his instigation, were enjoyable and memorable. He passed too soon and will be sorely missed by his family and many friends. We were pleased to be able to attend the celebration of his life and get the chance to meet some of his close family.

    Be at peace Martin.

    THE PITT’S

    Mr Anthony Pitt
  14. With a glass of whisky in hand I shall always remember you.

    Jim A

    James Anderson
  15. Such a privilege to have known Martin over the last 10 years in Ringwood, some great stories shared, some amazing fish (giant trout) enjoyed, a fabulous friend and supporter of local causes, a real character, you are missed already.

    Lots of love to all your family
    The Stewart family

    The Stewart Family

Service Details

Tuesday, July 16th 2019 - 12:00 pm
FUNERAL LOCATION
Bournemouth Crematorium

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