Dr Richard Anthony Lewin

Charity details

Royal Medical Benevolent Fund

The RMBF is the UK charity for doctors, medical students and their families.

We provide financial support, money advice and information when it is most needed due to age, ill health, disability and bereavement.

In a typical year, our beneficiaries range from young children to those well into their nineties or even older. Our approach is to provide a package of help to ensure dignity and quality of life.

Help that makes a difference

The RMBF provides support for doctors and their families through all stages of their career and beyond. Our help ranges from financial assistance in the form of grants and loans to a telephone befriending scheme for those who may be isolated and in need of support.

Nobody is immune to misfortune and each individual’s need is different. Each applicant is assessed according to their needs by our Case Committee and decisions are made quickly and in confidence to create a tailored package of support.

The RMBF is committed to leading the way in providing support and advice to members of the medical profession and their dependants at times of crisis and serious need. As the medical profession continues to change, we will be ready to meet new and emerging needs.

Guided by the profession

The majority of our Board and our volunteers come from a medical background. This means that as an organisation we understand the unique pressures facing doctors on a day to day basis. Our volunteers come from all areas in the medical profession and help to ensure that the RMBF is delivering the best support possible.

Funded by medical families

The RMBF relies on voluntary donations. The money we raise to support doctors and their families comes from fellow doctors and their families. Without the help of our generous donors we could not continue to provide vital support to the medical profession.

Registered Number 207275

http://www.rmbf.org

Gonville And Caius College In The University Of Cambridge Founded In Honour Of The Annunciation Of The Blessed Mary The Virgin

Gonville & Caius – usually known simply as 'Keys' – is home to nearly 1,000 undergraduates, graduates and academics.

Our students benefit from academic challenge, a supportive tutorial and pastoral system and excellent social, co-curricular and sports facilities.

Our Fellows represent the best academics in their subjects.

Registered Number 1137536

http://www.cai.cam.ac.uk

Messages of condolence

In memory of Richard and love to the family

Mrs Vivienne Emmett

With deepest condolences, Beryl

Mrs Beryl Jones

In memory of a lovely man and a wonderful friend. The time I spent in his company during our collaboration in Fives Company is among the happiest of my life. Bless you, Richard, and thank you for all the fun and laughter. Richard, Meriel and Gemma Price

Mr Richard Price

Such happy memories of family times together with all Lewins, and with Richard’s kind and gentle presence always with a twinkle in his eye. You will be so missed.

Mrs Sarah Taffinder

In fond memory of a Dear Friend and former work colleague for my years.

Sheila F. Bridgewater

Missing your cheery smile

With Love

Wendy, Patrick, Jennifer & Family

Wendy Collins

With love and thanks

Mr & Mrs Chris and David Fitton

With the happiest of memories of the many good times we spent together and with our love and sympathy to all the family, Jeremy and Elizabeth.

Mr Jeremy Wagener

As a member of the Bishop's Stortford 12 Club it was an honour to be just a part of Richard's wonderful life

Mr Gordon Morrison

Lovely memories of all aspects of Richard’s life, not least as being a “twin” to my beloved Peter and both performing on stage together.

Mrs Rosemary Thomson

With happy memories of a special man and grateful thanks for the help he gave my father in his final years Richard and Jenny

Mr Richard Price

Sincere condolences , Thoughts with the family. Richard, Sarah, Jack and Toby

Asst Curate Richard Crowther

In memory of Richard Lewin, a lovely man who was a good friend to my father and of our family. John Denis-Smith, in memory of Richard and of Derek Denis-Smith

Mr John Denis-Smith

In memory of a lovely doctor who cared for our family from 1980 when we arrived in Stortford until his retirement. Who showed his joy of life while entertaining us with some memorable perfomances with the rest of the Water Lane players and Fives Company.

Mr & Mrs Alan & Sheila Ferris

Service details

Church Service with Organist

11 April, 2022 12:30

St Michael's

Windhill, Bishop's Stortford, CM23 2ND.