MR PAUL MALONEY BRANCH CHAIR BIRMINGHAM AND DISTRICT BRANCH

MR PAUL MALONEY BRANCH CHAIR BIRMINGHAM AND DISTRICT BRANCH
Further to LTB 585/15, it is with profound sadness that I have to advise you that Paul Maloney, Branch Chair, Birmingham District Amal Branch passed away on Saturday 19th November 2016.
Paul was 53 years of age and had recently suffered a number of serious health issues, including sepsis and had been hospitalised twice, most recently at the start of November after contracting MRSA. Unfortunately, Paul was unable to survive these serious health issues and passed away peacefully at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham. 
Paul leaves a wife, Jackie and three daughters, Laura, Kate and Helen.
Paul will be remembered as an inspirational man who met his life changing challenges with great dignity and humour. I know that he will be sorely missed by all his friends and colleagues in the union.
At this sad time our thoughts are of course with Paul’s wife, daughters and all his close family and friends. I will on behalf of the CWU convey our deepest sympathy and condolences to them.
We would wish to take this opportunity to thank Branches, Reps and members for all of the support given to Paul in so many ways. This support meant so much to Paul, his family and the Birmingham District Amal Branch.
A further LTB will be issued detailing funeral arrangements for Paul in due course.
If you have any enquiries on this LTB, these should be addressed to the General Secretary’s Office at gsoffice@cwu.org quoting the reference GS1.1/LTB 684/16.
 
Yours sincerely
 
Dave Ward

General Secretary
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LTB 684/16 – MR PAUL MALONEY BRANCH CHAIR BIRMINGHAM AND DISTRICT BRANCH

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