Richard passed away on December 16th 2020 at the age of 71. He started his Apprenticeship in 1966, the same intake as Peter Vallender who died only a month before at the same age. It was during that time that he met his wife to be, Andrea Hope, who was a Tracer in the Drawing Office. They had been married for 49 years.

Richard had a passion for Rugby. His Funeral Cortege was planned to pass  the Cinderford Rugby Ground on its way to the Crematorium. Does anyone know if he  ever played Rugby for Fieldings?

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  • More sad news. Moggsy Morgan, I remember you and, as Bob Howell says, you were quite a character! R.I.P

    By Graham 'Chippy' Aston (13/01/2021)
  • I’ve known Mogs for over 60 years, first at school, then our apprenticeship at Fielding’s, from September 1966 and later when we worked at Rank Xerox.
    Beyond work life we spent many’s years in our teens and twenties socialising in pubs/clubs and playing skittles in the Forest & Ross skittles leagues. Considerable volumes of beer being consumed along the way.
    Always the leader, always mischievous, he was a real character and always at the centre of whatever was happening.
    He will be missed by many, RIP big man.

    By Bob Howell (09/01/2021)

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