In Loving Memory of

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David Arthur Williams

David sadly passed away suddenly on 15th December 2020 at his home in Hartford, aged 74 years.  Beloved husband to Jane, proud father of Katherine, Hayley & Stephen, and a loving grandad.  He had such a large heart and presence, and will be sorely missed by his family and so many friends. 

David will be remembered for his philanthropic work for numerous charities and organisations; his dedication to the plastics industry with his loyal membership to ‘The Worshipful Company of Horners’ and ‘The British Plastics Foundation’; his determination to succeed at every challenge he set himself (including cycling the ‘Cape Town Cycle Tour’ SIX times); his passion for football – including Manchester City FC and being a committed member of his local FA; his love for travel, adventure and sailing; and his wonderfully cheeky sense of humour and ability to tell a good story.

David had so many great people in his life and so if you would like to leave a message about any memories you have of him then please feel free to do so here.

Donations if desired to The Royal Marsden Cancer Charity, Macmillan Cancer Support or Shelter.  

 

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Gerald & Janet Tatlock

I worked for David for over 30 yeras and owe him so much not only as a boss but also as a friend It is unbelievable that he is no longer with us and our thoughts are with Jane and the family at this sad time His serious side at work usually ended up …

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Terry Harrop - Mid Cheshire DFA

David has been a member of the Mid Cheshire DFA since 1979 and was an outstanding referee during his time and has been President and Chairman for many years. David has given much to the development of football within our Association. The trips to the Etihad Stadium will not be the same. He will …

The Williams Family

David and Kathryn Forrest

Very sad to hear of the loss of David. We cycled many miles with him as part of the Hartford CATS cycling group, including a visit to my mums house in Bolton on the Tour of Lancashire, and when he cycled part of the Cheshire route to our pitstop in Middlewich on our LEJOG …

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Stephen, John and Karen Way

It’s still hard to believe that David is no longer with us particularly as we had seen him just recently looking so well. We all have many fond memories of him at family gatherings over the years. He used to enjoy visiting his Yorkshire Aunties but sadly, after the loss of our mother, his …

The Williams Family

Linda and Stephen MacDonald

We hope you can find comfort in the memories of the good times you had together. David will not be forgotten. With love Linda and Stephen …

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Lesley and Dave Howse

We were deeply shocked to hear of cousin David’s sudden death. He was always committed to the family and we remember well how supportive he was when my mother, his Auntie Flo, had a stroke.  David was such a live wire it is hard to imagine that he is no longer with us. …

Lesley and Dave

Robert and Margaret Quarshie

We  are sad that David is no longer with us. It was a privilege to have known him. He was warm, helpful and always went out of his way to ensure everyone was alright. He showed interest in our family and always made us welcomed at Horners events. We will miss his inspiring conversations. …

The Williams Family

The Steinholtz Family

Gone from our sight, but never from our hearts. With our deepest and heartfelt condolences, our hearts go out to you all today, Jane, Katherine, Hayley and Stephen. Our thoughts are with you. …

The Williams Family

Malcolm Wilkinson

I met David through the Horners and we have worked together on various Committees. I will always be grateful for David’s strong support to me as chair of the Polymer Committee when he chaired both the ECC and Awards Committee. He was always a strong presence with a firm but light touch and a …

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Jonathan Mead

My first meeting with David, Master Horner was when he interviewed me as a prospective Horner. Later, as the newly appointed Clerk, I attended my first committee meeting, the Polymer Committee, when David was Chairman.  He was very impressive, both in his obvious comprehensive knowledge of the polymer industry but also as a chairman …

The Williams Family

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