This page is Dedicated to the Memory of:

Paul Hayden

23/10/1956 -  /03/2010

RO1 (G)  onboard 1974 to 1977

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Sadly Paul passed away in March. I don't know who he would have known or who knew him but I know he kept up a keen interest in all things Yarmouth related even though ill health meant he could not be very involved in get togethers.
Hope all those who make it have a great weekend, if you choose the weekend of 23rd October that would have been Paul's 54th birthday, so spare him & his family a thought.

Rosie Hayden

That is a sad loss although not totally unexpected, his emails had been getting rarer and rarer.  Paul and I were oppos back in 74/75, the Yarmouth was our first ship.  He had been battling one illness after another starting on the Yarmouth in 75, for which he was discharged from the mob.

Paul leaves a wife whose name is Rosie, who looked after him through all his operations. He also leaves two daughters the eldest daughter is called Rachel, then comes Chloe and a son called David.

Paul Bissett

I knew Paul (in 74) when he was a very young JRO. I was ic of UHF and worked very closely with a fantastic " group" of Comms Operators in the MCO - I remember Paul very well and recall he used to pal around with Tom 'Taff' Reece; who too would be very sad to hear this news. My condolences to his family - a candle to be lit in memory.

John Scott (ex LREM)

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