Dr Tony Maisey

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Local charitable service was always a big part of Dad’s life. Giving his time, collecting money, organising and attending events, driving buses and always making himself available. Both directly and via his involvement in Rotary he helped many people and made many great friends.

 

These are three charities he was involved with and meant a lot to him:

 

 

Rennie Grove Hospice Careis a charity providing specialist care and support for adults and children with a life-limiting illness in Bucks and west Herts. A unique Hospice at Home service, supports patients and their families to live the best quality life they can with a choice about how and where they are cared for towards the end of life. 

 

 

Dad worked in partnership with Rennie Grove, a local charity, throughout his GP years, ensuring his patients received the palliative care and support they needed.  Rennie Grove helped provide the essential dignified care that meant Dad could come home and be in his house with Mum and his friends and family for his last few weeks. We thank them for the compassionate and loving care they gave Dad.

 

 

St John Ambulance, a volunteer-led health and first aid charity - responding to emergencies, supporting communities and saving lives. Providing training, first aid supplies and event and ambulance service together with temporary medical centres. 

 

 

Dad volunteered for St. John Ambulance in Oxfordshire between 1978 and 1993 and was the Chief Examiner for St John Ambulance Oxfordshire from 1994. In 1980 he was extremely proud to be awarded the Order of St John for Voluntary Service. 

 

 

Risborough Area Community Bus(RACB) provides easily accessible transport in and around Princes Risborough and surrounding villages for all those, of all ages, inadequately served by public transport. RACB started services in 2010 and carries around 400 passengers a week.

 

 

Dad was a member of the project group that got RACB up and running, serving as Treasurer and Director of the Company until 2017. He was also a volunteer driver on the bus from 2010 to 2012 enjoying the satisfaction and camaraderie of driving passengers in and around the town.

Total collected to date: £1,367.44

Charity details

Rennie Grove Hospice Care, Rennie House

Registered Number 1140386

http://www.renniegrove.org

Risborough Area Community Bus

Registered Number 1136169

http://www.racb.co.uk

St John's Ambulance (The Priory Of England And The Islands Of The Most Venerable Order Of The Hospital Of St. John Of Jerusalem)

Registered Number 1077265

http://www.sja.org.uk

Service details

Celebration of a Life

28 September, 2022 14:30

St Dunstan's Church,

Mill lane, Monks Risborough, HP27 9JF

Messages of condolence

Missing the old devil

Mr chris Brooks

In memory of a good friend , colleague and doctor .

Mr John Hayward

Sarah and I will sorely miss the joy and friendship that Big Tone brought into our lives.

Mr Tony Bacon

The Memorial service was a lovely celebration of Tony's amazing life. The fantastic attendance gives an indication of how many lives he touched. We will miss him.

Mr David and Alison Maycock

With fond memories. David & Lorraine Hodgkinson.

Mr David Hodgkinson

With happy memories of the time when we worked together as GPs at the Buckinghamshire FHSA

Dr Christopher Simon Trower

Goodbye to a very good friend for many years.

Mr Robert Ellisdon

May he rest in peace and forever hole his putts

Mr Ian Travers Smith