Monday, August 2, 2021

The Wit of Woolf

‘The Steeple Times’ remembers the late, great Woolf Gander

A businessman who travelled widely across across the globe, Woolf Gander was born in 1937 in London Hospital and sadly died just before Christmas.

A father of three – Beverley, Andrew and Adam – and a grandfather of three – Olivia, George and Victoria – Woolf was known for his wit and could often be found at the bar at the much missed La Brasserie in South Kensington. He regularly remarked on articles in The Steeple Times and was a fine example of a bon vivant.

Woolf’s favourite saying was “let’s get the show on the road“ and today at his funeral in Epping, he’s just about to play the final act. He will be greatly missed by many.

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The Wit of Woolf – Remembering the late great Woolf Gander – ‘The Steeple Times’ remembers the late, great Woolf Gander (1937 – 2019).
Woolf Gander – 1937 – 2019
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