After a short illness Rodney sadly passed away on Thursday October 15th 2020 at University Hospital Coventry.
Rodney left school at 16 and started his working career as an apprentice with English Electric Company. He continued to work for EEC after his apprenticeship. In 1964 he joined Bristol Siddeley which subsequently amalgamated with Rolls Royce in 1968. He continued to work for Rolls Royce until he retired in 1993.
The greatest love of Rodney’s life was his motorbike. Rodney travelled all over the UK and Europe often attending motorbike rally’s. He made many good friends from throughout Europe. Many have remained life lonREAD MORE> long friends even though, in the recent past, he was unable to travel to see them.
Rodney supported the Warwickshire Air Ambulance Service due, in part, to the services they have offered to bikers involved in accidents.
We have requested no flowers and instead are asking for donations to be made, here, to Rodney’s preferred charity the Air Ambulance Service.
Created by Anita Dixon
Donated by: Anita & Marshall Dixon
26/10/2020click to watch your sycamore seed fly
You have been a good friend to many people. We have lots of happy memories of you. RIP dear Rodney.
Donated by: Ortrun and Wilhelm Telzer
29/10/2020click to watch your sycamore seed fly
Wir haben einen sehr guten Freund verloren. Die Begegnungen mit ihm bleiben uns unvergessen.
Donated by: Glen Heavens
30/10/2020click to watch your sycamore seed fly
Sadly your time with us has ended, but our memories (and your singing....) will live on.
Donated by: Frank Grimley
01/11/2020click to watch your sycamore seed fly
Gods speed on that BMW as you travel through the heavens. We will not forget you Rod and your cheeky laugh. Our lives are better for knowing you.