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George Laurence Gladwin
Published in the Bucks Free Press on 31 August 12
GEORGE LAURENCE GLADWIN Born 20 September 1916 Died 28 August 2012 Mr. George Gladwin was the oldest practicing hypnotherapist and psychotherapist. He helped many patients in his community. George served in WWII and received the Armed Forces Veteran pin, France & Germany Bronze Star, Defence Medal, 1939-1945 Star for Service, and the War Medal for 1939-1945. George was a Master Mason and participated in his local lodge. President in recent years of the Buckinghamshire United Kingdom Independence Party local chapter. Preceded in death by his wife Dorothy. Survived by his brother, Geoff Gladwin and sister, Winifred Heck. Daughter, Judith and son- in- law Lawrence Salinetro and son: David Gladwin and daughter- in- law Carolyn. Nephews: Adrian and Clive Gladwin and niece- in- law Trudi Gladwin with great niece Amy and great nephew Christopher. Niece: Justine Garner and great nephews James, Max, and Alex Survived by grandchildren: Barbara & Steven Slowik, Michael Edwards & Carol Young, Anita Carnahan, Linda & William Morgan, Paula Morrison, Helen & Rob Heybrooke de Mare, Tia Begg, Sally & Ben Fahermann, Martin Gladwin, Meike & Graham Fortune, Georgia Gladwin, Alan Scott, Paula Scott & Bert White, Lorraine & Peter Stroy, and Mark Gladwin. Survived by Great-Grandchildren: Cheryl & Ray DiIulio, Logan Groselle, Bailey Morgan, Sawyer Morgan, Cameron Carnahan, Carly Carnahan, David Swinbank, Jacqui Heybrooke & Stuart Hunt, Danniella Heybrooke, Savannah de Mare, Bonnie Heybrooke de Mare, Sharna Begg, Chloe Scott, Ben Scott, Mollie Stroy, Megan Stroy. Survived by Great Great Grandchildren: Raymond, Daisy & Rocco DiIulio, Lucy & Maisie Scott and Rebecca Hunt. Services at St. Peter’s Church in Loudwater at 10:30 this Friday morning, 31st August followed by graveside service at Holtspur Cemetery. Friends and family will be received at the Happy Union Pub across from the church after the services. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to RNLI or Red Cross c/o Arnold Funeral Service, 891, London Road, Loudwater, High Wycombe. HP10 9TB.
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