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                   Betty Taylor, Graham Berry and Jeff Callow 2021 got off to a bad start as far as TPG is concerned because in January we lost three of our rnembers: Betty Taylor, Graham Berry and Jeff Callow. Betty died in her sleep at Beechcroft Care Home where she had been living for several years. She never recovered her power of speech after her stroke but she could understand what was said to her. She had the brightest of smiles and her face would light up when a group from TPG came to hold a short service on Sunday afternoons, She had been a member of the Women's Fellowship, helped preparing LINK and looked after the information desk in the Church vestibule As Mark mentioned in his address at Graham's funeral service, Graham was a man of many talents - mathematician, teacher, hockey player, mountaineer, church treasurer - and he excelled at all of them. Certainly, the fact that TPG's finances are in such good order is largely due to Graham's meticulous stewardship over many years. Despite his abundant gifts, however, Graham was always modest and unassuming. He also had a quiet gentle sense of humour. Jeff died in Oxton Grange. Pat and their son and daughter were be with him and he passed peacefully. Jeff was a regular at monthly Saturday morning meetings when they had breakfast in the session room and listened to a speaker. He also attended Wednesday lunchtime bread and soup gatherings. Jeff was a lovely man and Bill Craig and Ken Howell had some great chats with him when they visited Oxton Grange. Betty, Graham and Jeff were much loved and will be greatly missed. May they rest in peace and rise in glory.We send out deepest condolences to their families, and particularly to Sue and Pat.