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Sad Passing of Paul Shearman

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We were very saddened to learn of the passing of Haddenham resident, Paul Shearman.

He died unexpectedly on 3rd April 2021 at home, and the funeral is on Saturday 24th April, at the Aylesbury Vale Crematorium.

Because of the small attendance with Covid, the cortege will slowly travel to St Mary's Church in Haddenham at 9.30am on Saturday should anyone want to come and pay their respects, as the cortege makes its way to the crematorium.

Paul was a much loved kiwi husband to Hero Brown and father of three, involved in helping to grow junior cricket in the village (despite not playing himself!), Chinnor rugby and very much part of Haddenham life for the 16 years that the couple have lived here.

Hero: "just the most awesome guy ever".

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