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198211 [2016/04/24 11:09] (current)
kennettj [Eulogy for Snow Brown]
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 He has gone but his spirit will live on with us. He has gone but his spirit will live on with us.
  
-Snow Brown joined the S.B.W. in 1952, and up to the time of his final illness continued to be a very active and enthusiastic bushwalker. His untimely death on 28th October was an occasion of great sorrow to his many friends in the Club, as evidenced by the large group of bushwalkers who attended his funeral on 1st November. This eulogy was spoken by Peter Stitt, and the following stanza from Rupert Brooke'​s "The Dead", a piece of verse which Snow had liked and fauna very, moving, was read by Geoff Wagg:+Snow Brown joined the S.B.W. in 1952, and up to the time of his final illness continued to be a very active and enthusiastic bushwalker. His untimely death on 28th October was an occasion of great sorrow to his many friends in the Club, as evidenced by the large group of bushwalkers who attended his funeral on 1st November. This eulogy was spoken by Peter Stitt, and the following stanza from Rupert Brooke'​s "The Dead", a piece of verse which Snow had liked and found very, moving, was read by Geoff Wagg:
  
 There are waters blown by changing winds to laughter, \\ There are waters blown by changing winds to laughter, \\
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