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We knew Steve and Cynthia years ago when I worked at Christies with Steve. We were just having a random conversation today, June 28, 2019 about how much we used to enjoy their company and Sue decided to Google them. She was pleasantly surprised to find a result very quickly but we were both saddened to learn, so belatedly, about Cyn’s untimely death. We would like to reconnect with Steve and share a beer and recall good memories.
No competing interests
28 June 2019
Formerly of Christies Hospital, Physics Dept., Manchester