This page contains the full service in memory of city folk.



Lost Veterans and friends read by:


Brian Winterflood MBE, Hon. Vice President, Stock Exchange Veterans
Phil Nathan MBE, Charity Steward, Stock Exchange Veterans
Malcolm Wood, Stock Exchange Veterans

We Remember And Give Thanks For Them


Albert Briscoe, Sternberg Thomas Clarke
Albert Collins, GRE
Angus Ashton, Bisgood Bishop
Barry Oldham, Wedd Durlacher Mordaunt
Brian Newman, Investec
Bryan Allen, Walker Crips Weddle Beck
Chris Lester, Soc Gen (South African Trading)
Chris Scott, Quilter Cheviot (Jersey), CISI
Colin Mills, Pinchin Denny, Wood Mackenzie
David Advani, Wedd Durlacher Mordaunt
David Oldham, Wedd Durlacher Mordaunt
David Stoddart, Wedd Durlacher Mordaunt
Derek Osborne, Charles Stanley & Co
Diarmid Glencairn-Campbell, Gilbert Eliott
Don Perry, Pinchin Denny
Garth Nicholas, Smith New Court
Gerry Church, Dealing Partner of Laing & Cruickshank
James Buchanan-Jardine, NCL Investments
James Cox, Wedd Durlacher Mordaunt and Stock Exchange Benevolent Fund
Jason Berry, Daniel Stewart
John Adams, Walker Crips Weddle Beck, Charles Stanley
John Jenkins OBE, JP Jenkins, ofex
Lesley Sammons, Hedderwick
Mark Godson, Wedd Durlacher Mordaunt
Mark Redmayne, Investec Wealth
Michael Holmes, Kemp Gee, BZW
Michael Lewis, Quilter
Micky Belcher, Kleinwort Benson
Mike Pafford, Natwest Markets, Garban Equities
Niall Carrig, Beaufort Securities
Nigel Viney, Simon & Coates and Parrish
Peter Bennett, Walker Crips Weddle Beck, JM Finn
Peter Heming Johnson, Rowe & Pitman and of the Stock Exchange Ski Club
Roy Thompson, RJ Thompson
Simon Whittock, Smith New Court, Evolution
Terence Harvey, Brewin Dolphin
Tom O'Connell - GRE, Ely, Rathbone Bros
Tony Craze, Scott Goff, Vestra Wealth
Tony Dainton, Strauss
Leo DeWitte, de Zoete

Reading – The Train Of Life


(Anon./Adapted)

Roy Phillips, Stock Exchange Veteran

At birth, we boarded the train of life and met our parents, and we believed that they would always travel by our side. However, at some station, our parents would step down from the train, leaving us on life's journey alone.

As time goes by, some significant people will board the train: siblings, other children, friends, work colleagues, trading partners and perhaps even the love of our life.

Many will step down and leave a permanent vacuum. Others will go so unnoticed that we won't realize that they vacated their seats! This train ride has been a mixture of joy, sorrow, fantasy, expectations, hellos, goodbyes, and farewells.

A successful journey consists of having a good relationship with all passengers, requiring that we give the best of ourselves. The mystery that prevails is that we do not know at which station we ourselves will step down. Thus, we must try to travel along the track of life in the best possible way -- loving, forgiving, giving, and sharing.

When the time comes for us to step down and leave our seat empty -- we should leave behind beautiful memories for those who continue to travel on the train of life.

Let’s remember to thank Our Father for giving us life to participate in this journey.

I close by thanking the friends we remembered today for being one of the passengers on our train!