In Memory


14 Dec 1967 - 08 May 2019

A message from Rol's brother and sisters: Rollo’s life, although too short, was full and rewarding. He did not want to die young. Over a 3-year period he did everything in his power to win through and stay alive. “Not Today” was his daily mantra, after being told by doctors that there was nothing more that could be done for him. In our final correspondence, I quoted a letter from Jane Austen to her sister Cassandra (June 1808): “Where shall I begin? Which of all my important nothings shall I tell you first?” Rollo loved words and poetry, to the last. But Rollo still has an “important something” to achieve. Please give generously, in his memory, to the mole scanner campaign at Melanoma UK. He wanted this to be his legacy, a donation to his own cherished community: his “melanoma mates”. Thank you for your support.

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