In memory of
Alistair Fraser-Moodie

Hi everyone, thank you so much for taking the time to visit this page

We have chosen 3 charities close to Dad's heart for any kind donations made in his memory, and want to share with you a little of the background to how we came to choose each one. As many of you know, Dad was picked up by the wonderful air ambulance team after his accident, and their excellent care (and that of the bystanders and paramedics) meant that we got 24 precious hours to say goodbye. Dad / Alistair was at the pioneering forefront of roadside medical care throughout his 54 year career with the NHS, nearly 30 of those he sREAD MORE> pent as an A&E Consultant in Derby - a career we are all so immensely proud of, and one which he loved. He was one of the founders of the “flying squad” - doctors who attended road traffic accidents to attend to patients at that critical time, and regularly attended incidents at all times of the day and night, saving and helping a countless number of lives over the years.
Dad / Alistair felt so passionately about roadside medical care and ironically also benefited from it in the end, and so did we as a family, so donating to this charity in his name so that others will benefit too is just what he would have wanted.

Created by Lindsay Fraser-Moodie


Alistair Fraser-Moodie's sycamore tributes


Donated by: Alex Vinall


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Alistair was a uniquely kind, and warm hearted man who was loved and respected by us all. He loved his family beyond measure, but it is so moving to see the deep and lasting impact he also made in his work life and community. We will miss his smile and laughter, but will always treasure happy memories of family times.


Donated by: Mike and Ann Stanier


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Alistair was a very special person both for his medical work, as a friend who would always help in any way he could, a valuable member of St. Alkmund,s, Duffield Church Family, but perhaps especially for his Hospital Emergency Flying Squad work and his huge contribution to the A & E Department. It is entirely fitting that we should be able to support Air Ambulance in his memory.


Donated by: Claire Clarke


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We didn’t know Alistair very well, but spent a lovely couple of weeks in Australia with him and Christine when they overlapped with us on a visit to Ruth and James in 2014. We have lovely memories of Alistair and I’m sure all your own memories will help at this time. All our love to all the F-M family.


Donated by: Fiona McElhone


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With love and very fond memories of a wonderful man.