Parkinson's Disease Society Of The United Kingdom
Registered Number 258197
Paul R Maxfield passed away on Saturday 19th, September, 2020. He was 77.
Paul was born on February 20, 1943, in Douglas on the Isle of Man. He moved to London to further his education, before embarking on a career in advertising and marketing. This spanned both agency and client side, working on brands including Mattesson's (Mmmm), Wall's ice cream, and Dr Pepper. He also lectured in advertising and marketing at the London College of Communication, part of the University of the Arts.
In 1971 Paul married Pru. They have two children, Stephen and Helen.
Paul loved all things sport, especially rugby and golf. Avid supporter, touch judge, past president and stalwart of Bishop's Stortford Rugby Club for nearly fifty years. The club remained his major propellant to get well, continue to contribute the club's planned centenary celebrations, and be there for the start of the socially distanced season. We're convinced he'll be cheering on Stortford's 1st XV (plus all other teams and sections of the club) from above, forever more!
The funeral service will be at Great Chesterford Crematorium, on Friday 9th October, 2020, at 2pm. The family will be there to welcome friends and relatives. A weblink will be available for all those who can't attend in person.
Parkinson's is a progressive neurological condition. This means that it causes problems in the brain and gets worse over time.
The number of people diagnosed with Parkinson's in the UK is about 145,000. That's around 1 adult in every 350.
People with Parkinson's don't have enough of the chemical dopamine because some of the nerve cells that make it have died.
There are lots of different treatments, therapies and support available to help manage the condition.
Our researchers are working hard to develop new and better treatments - and one day a cure.
Registered Number 258197
We will miss you Paul, you contributed greatly to the success of the BAMA degree at LCC. You will always be at the last game of season. Tony and Valerie Smith
Mr Tony Smith
To a lovely little brother and uncle. Lots of love Jo, Anne & Mark x
Mrs Jo Gell
In loving memory, Hugh & Julie x
Mr & Mrs Hugh Donavan
Paul was a good friend and we enjoyed his company at Bishop's Stortford Rugby Club functions for a number of years. He will be sorely missed by all his family and friends.
Mr & Mrs Reginald Plummer
In find memory of Paul , Pru's gentle giant
Mr & Mrs Ernie & Val Fenwick
Paul truly was a gentleman in every sense of the word. Always supportive, he was a good source of valued advice and opinion. He will be sorely missed.
Mr Colin Tilley
You will be missed in many ways Graham
Mr Graham Springham
With love Bonnie, Lee, Harry and George x
Mrs Bonnie Gisbourne
Much love to Paul’s family and friends. May he rest in peace. The John Family Xx
Mrs Camilla John
PAUL WAS A LOVELY MAN, WHO WILL BE SADLY MISSED. PARTICULARLY AT THE RUGBY CLUB AND ON THE GOLF COURSE.
Mr Neil Parker
Paul was a gentle giant of a man. As a child he was the tallest man I’d ever seen and had the kindest of smiles. He was much loved and will be greatly missed.
Mrs Felicity Mark
Here's to the best big brother. ! Dave and Lin Maxfield
Mr & Mrs David and Lin Maxfield
I will always be indebted to Paul for introducing me to Bishop's Stortford Rugby Club back in 1984. Whenever we stand on the touch line, or enter the club house in future years, I and his many friends will always remember. Peter Ward.
Mr PETER WARD
Remembering a great man and a wonderful supporter of Bishops Stortford Rugby Club Doris and Bevan
Mr Bevan Clarke
Along with the many people touched by Paul’s life I will miss his humour, his enthusiasm, his wise counsel and his friendship. Rod and Joan x
Mr Rod Homer
Paul, Since day one, you’ve always been very welcoming to me and made me feel at home at BSRFC. You made my parents welcome when they came to watch and I am forever grateful to you. I always enjoyed our post match chats, regardless of the result! I will miss them, but will always have the memories. Thank you and rest easy. JG
Mr Jon George
Sincere sympathy to Pru and family. .We are all going to miss Paul. who was the kindest and most loyal of men. He will be with us on the side of the pitch in spirit. John and Gwyn
Mr John Allanson
Deepest symathy to Pru, Helen and Stephen Paul will be missed.
Mr Len Lindop