My friend Pete Pope, who died in May, has received some moving testimonies on the internet. Jess Steele has a lovely post, “Scattering Virtual Ashes“, which includes a narrative of some of the Deptford history that Pete was part of. Pete’s friend Bill Ellson had several posts, starting with the funeral notice including some wonderful photos; some more fantastic photos; another; a video of his send-off; and a photo narrative of the send-off. Transpontine has a nice short post, where I left a comment. Crosswhatfields has more great visuals.
July 1, 2012
Senior Lecturer at the School of Social Science, History and Philosophy at Birkbeck, University of London. View all posts by bengidley
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