The 12th Century stone-built Parish Church of Saint Mary, Pulborough, West Sussex was the venue for a service of thanksgiving dedicated to the life of Francis Edgar Hunter who passed away on 30th September. The service was conducted by Fr Paul Welch. The Entrance Music was the Oundle School Song, followed by Jerusalem. Tributes from family and friends followed, revealing an interesting and mischievous life. Followed by Glory, Glory Hallelujah – the Congregation was by now in great voice. Then a poem by John Pyle, ‘You can shed tears that he is gone, Or you can smile because he has lived.’ Prayers and Committal.