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In Obituary – Neville Tranter Rest in Peace.

 

In Obituary Neville Tranter,

 

Neville Tranter. Sadly passed away recently aged 86 – his funeral is on Tuesday 30th July 2.15 West Chapel, Bushbury Crematorium.

 

Helen his daughter told me “Dad knew so many people around Wolverhampton and Wednesfield especially with regard to football and most recently The Hub with his amazing watercolour paintings and artworks.

 

He lived in Overseal Road for nearly 60 years,”

 

Councillor Phil Bateman said Neville, you were a fine up standing Member of our community here in Wednesfield North, you were well known throughout  the Amateur Football World in the City of Wolverhampton.  Latterly your Art was exhibited at the Hub, where you were a valued member of the Art Class held there.

 

When the Queens representative – The Deputy Lord Lieutenant visited the Hub on Ashmore Park to award Queens Voluntary Award to the Ashmore Park Community Association you were a member of. The water colour of Her Majesty which you created, was very much the talking point,

 

Rest In Peace

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Phil Bateman

Phil Bateman is Married to Mary and lives in Wednesfield North. He was a long serving local politician having served previously on the now defunct West Midlands County Council... read more

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