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Chairman of Rhyl RNLI dies after a period of illness

Published date: 19 March 2014 |
Published by: Staff reporter
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THE CHAIRMAN of Rhyl RNLI lifeboat station has died after a period of illness.

Eric Davies had been the chairman of the Rhyl branch for many years. He died peacefully at Dolanog Residential home earlier today.

Mr Davies was a formally a Rhyl councillor and a town mayor and “had a soft spot for the RNLI and it’s volunteers”. He collected on Flag Days and officiated at naming ceremonies and open days.

The funeral will take place at St Anne’s Church on Vale Road, Rhyl at 12pm next Friday followed by interment in the Rhyl cemetery on Dyserth road

Friends are invited to take refreshments at the Rhyl Rugby Club after the funeral

A spokesperson from Rhyl RNLI said: “The crew hope to provide a fitting guard of honour to a true supporter and servant of Rhyl.”

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