in loving memory of Graham Chapman
Graham Chapman sadly passed away on 7th February 2018. His funeral was held on 2nd March 2018, where representatives of the PMNW family attended.
Graham was an integral part of the PMNW team, who had worked with us for nearly 10 years. He was always striving for perfection in all he did. Graham was innovative in creating and sharing many new workshops on Crime Days all across the country. There was never a more encouraging, supportive co-worker than Graham, who made sure every new member was welcomed and made to feel a part of the team.
Hundreds of young people benefited from his tireless work ethic. He gave young people the valuable information, putting everything he could into ensuring students were left with the knowledge they needed in order to make appropriate life choices and decisions.
Graham was an extremely popular member of the team. Always willing to help and support colleagues wherever possible. He also had a mischievous side whereby he could make light of a situation that some might see as a problem.
He will be sadly missed by all those who had the pleasure of knowing him, both professionally and socially. We are not saying goodbye forever but goodbye for now. He will be greatly missed, but will forever live in our hearts because he has given us memories filled with laughter and happiness.
Graham will never be forgotten.
A ‘Graham Chapman Award’ is in the pipeline which will be awarded to a member of staff who has shown ‘motivation, inspiration, innovation and determination’.
All of which are qualities that Graham held.
‘Rest In Peace’ Graham.