Mr Frederick Payne

Donations in memory of Fred for the benefit of Parkinson's UK may be made via the donate button

Total collected to date: £1,080.30

Charity details

Parkinson's Disease Society Of The United Kingdom

They are the Parkinson's support and research charity. For more than 40 years they have been working to find a cure and improve life for everyone affected by Parkinson's.

Registered Number 258197

Messages of condolence

Fred was a truly inspiring leader and he has been missed at BWC since he retired. He always looked out for his staff and cared about the clients we supported. He had great energy, good stories and full of ideas. It was a pleasure to have worked with him. Rest well Fred. Payal

Mrs Payal Pisani

A lovely neighbour

Mr Jim and Twink Bassett

In Memory of Fred, A Wonderful Friend, never to be forgotten, Wendy & Philip.

Mr Philip Crowe

Fred Thank you for being such a great CEO at bwc-I enjoyed working with you so much and enjoyed the many happy times we shared together Tony

Mr Tony Ramos

So sad you were taken from us so suddenly.

Mr Edward Maylin

You will be sadly missed by all of us Fred.

Mrs Pauline Reid

Fred, I will always remember you throwing me straight into the deep end at BWC, persuading the trustees to make me Chair of the Finance & Investment Committee pretty much as soon as I joined the board. I will also remember the sage and well researched advise that you offered the board of the migraine charity Migraine Action when we were in the process of merging with the Migraine Trust. Thank you for your support. Gary George

Mr Gary George

Great sadness to lose a close pal and ex-colleague with this dreadful illness.We shared some incredible experiences in your early life and with the bank and it was great honour for me, to have been Fred and Sue's best man at their wedding. Rest in peace my old friend.

Mr Ken Barber

Dear Sue, Louise and Simon, My thoughts have been with you since the unreal and unbearable news, and I am sending you much strength and love. Fred was one of a kind, a role model, a visionary, a friend, a great boss and mentor. He had such care for others and a great sense of fairness. Never shy of hard work, as a matter of fact the more ideas to explore the better. We had such fun! From the moment I met Fred at my first interview, I knew he was someone I wanted to work for - 11.5 years went by in a flash but we had achieved so much. Loved him dearly and enjoyed the moments that I was able to spend with Sue and Fred post retirement. Sue, you are just as strong as Fred, keep focused on your progress and recovery so that you can look forward to a summer in your beautiful garden. I hope I will be able to join you there for a coffee then. Lots of love Alisa xx

Ms Alisa Hamzic

A wonderful, kind and helpful man taken from us too soon.

Mrs Sue Millington-Hore

Simon Louise Charlie, and family’s, Thinking about you all at this really sad time, your good memories of this wonderful Dad will see you through. Love you loads Maureen and Gary

Mrs Maureen Mitchelson

In Loving Memory of our dear friend Fred. We will always remember his determination and positive attitude in the face of any obstacle he came across. He was a very generous, kind and sociable friend. He did us proud in his role as Best Man at our wedding, We will miss him greatly.

Mr Ray and Christine Skinner

Please know that you are in our thoughts and prayers during this time, we all have such fond memories of Fred, he touched many lives and is truly missed. from EP team and Members.

Eastside Primetimers

With fond memories and deepest sympathy at this time, Andy & Gill

Mr Adrian Brown

Dear Sue, Simon, Louise and families. Fred's bravery and determination has been an inspiration to us all, he will always be remembered with great affection. Thinking of you all, David, Debra, Norman and family.

Mr David Bayley

In loving memory of a dear friend. Jane and Peter.

Mrs Jane Canfer

Dear Sue, Simon, Charlie, Sharon, Louise, Nathan & Amy… Thinking of you all at this extremely sad time. May your collective happy memories keep a strong, bright light burning forever more.

Miss Jacqueline Lightfoot

With deepest sympathies at this sad time. In memory of Fred who contributed so much to the BWC through his leadership, energy, enthusiasm and passion to help the needy.

Mr Roderick Alexander

My thoughts are with Sue, Louise and the rest of the family at this sad time. Fred was a superb CEO of BBF. I so enjoyed working with him and I hope he was really proud of what he achieved. I will miss his tremendous sense of fun. Get well soon Sue.

Mr Nigel Benwell