The Funeral Service

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13 comments on “The Honourable Robert Clive Tadgell AO”

  1. Dear Chris and Family
    Our thoughts are with you all at this sad time.
    Fond memories of times spent together.
    Cousin David, Anne and families, London and US

  2. Sending our sincere condolences to the whole family. Thank you for the opportunity to watch the lovely service and to hear Malcolm and Hamish talk so fondly about their Dad.

  3. Chris, Hamish, Malcolm and all the family it was privilege to join with you on live stream the service of celebration for the life of Clive. The Eulogy and poem from Hamish and Malcolm were a fitting tribute to a man who had accomplished a great deal in his professional life, his life of faith in the Lord and above all his love and devotion to his wife and family. I trust you found comfort from this uplifting service of praise and worship. May God Bless you all.

  4. Clive was a staunch supporter of the Book of Common Prayer. My thoughts are with the family as I watch the streamed Eucharist. Wonderful family eulogy and excellent homily by the Vicar.

  5. The Tadgell Family
    I am sorry I could not be with you in person today but am very grateful to have been able to witness the wonderful service for Clive. The Eulogy, written by Hamish and Malcolm, was very informative, lightened by humour and Hamish’s presentation was easy to listen to. Malcolm’s reading of Tennyson’s poem “Crossing the Bar” was excellent.
    The Church, the choir, and the clergy made the service so meaningful. The flowers were beautiful.
    With thanks to you all for allowing the Live Stream.
    Sending love, Jenny

  6. Dear Malcolm and family

    I didn’t know your father personally but I knew of him a little through you and of the bond you shared. The love and respect you had for him shows me that your father must have been a great family man and that certainly is a special treasure that lasts through time.

    My sincerest condolences and we look forward in the faith to the day when there will be no more mourning or death (Rev 21:4.5).

    May he rest in peace and rise in glory.


  7. It was my privilege to call Clive my uncle and my friend. Thank you for the opportunity to join you today via live-streaming.


  8. Christina and family

    We wish we were able to be with you
    today but we are sending our sincerest condolences to you all.

    God bless you and keep you.

    Paula and Brian

  9. Thank you for allowing me (from far distant in Shropshire UK) to join this farewell service for my very good friend Clive.

  10. May the long and wonderful life of your Father and Grandfather stay with you and be a constant strength to you all in the years ahead. Our love and blessings to you all Ailsa and Andrew Wilson

  11. Dear Malcolm and family,

    My sincerest condolences in the wake of Clive’s death. Clive was a wonderful man, a gentleman whose good graces were evident to all and from whom I received many. He was generous to me in many ways, not least with his time and welcome at our club, his sense of humour, acuity and candour, his erudition and wisdom and his wit and good company. I shall miss him.

    May he rest in peace, and rise in glory.


    Since I was unable to attend today’s service I am watching the livestream.

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