Condolence: My heartfelt sympathy for your loss. Gwyn was a gentleman and generous mentor during the early days of my career at Atlas Steels, during the early '80s. I will always remember his kind words and wise advice. He had a very positive impact.
Condolence: I am so sorry for the loss of your dad and grandpa. He was such an interesting and accomplished man. My mum, Joan Elliott, got to know him when he would visit Bev Bannister at Plymouth Cordage 10 or so years ago. I still have a wooden duck he carved for her because she loved to feed the ducks. The world was a better place with Gwyn in it. May happy memories help you through this difficult time.
Condolence: I worked as a pharmacy assistant at Lewis and Krall where I had the pleasure of serving your father for 11 years while I was there.
He always came in with a joke, a new Welsh word to teach me or a story about his past.
I can easily say he was one of my favourite customers and that I was always happy when he came into the store.
My sincere condolences. I enjoyed reading the very heartfelt obituary you provided. It is a wonderful tribute to a wonderful man.
Condolence: Such a wonderful man and special companion to our mother (Bev) for over 20 years. We’ll miss his humour, his wit, and his love of life. Ironically he passed on the same date as our mother (Feb 26). Time for a well deserved rest for a life well lived.
Condolence: For the past 30+ years Gywn has been a special part of my life and our family. He was there for many milestones in my life. His stories about warplanes were always my favourite because he told them with such passion. He had a beautiful, kind heart and a joke to make you smile. My condolences to the family, I am so sorry for your loss. I will miss you dearly Gwyn xoxoxo