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Norman Kelsey 1941-2017

18. April 2017 | Comments (4)

We have received the sad news of the death of Norman Kelsey, the former national service manager at Hewden Stuart Crane Hire. He was 75.

Kelsey retired in 2007 after 37 years with the company, he was a popular and widely respected engineer who spent most of his working life in the crane industry and regularly participated in the development and improvement of industry from a technical and safety point of view.

He is survived by his wife Pauline, the funeral will take place at Pontefract Crematorium, Wakefield Rd, Pontefract WF8 4HA on Monday 8th May at 11:00. followed by a reception at the Mid Yorkshire Golf Club in Darrington, near Pontefract.

Norman Kelsey
Norman Kelsey

Today has been Norman Kelsey's funeral and wake. Hewden Stuart northern area manager I know a lot of the guys follow you and see your publications. Could you please thank everyone who attended please. I did not get to thank them all for attending it was a good turn out.
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vertikal editor
8. May 2017 20:26

The family has sent in the following comment:

"Today has been Norman Kelsey's funeral and wake. Could you please thank everyone who attended. I did not get to thank them all for attending it was a good turn out. Many thanks!!!!!!!
Lesley

Ray Ledger
18. April 2017 21:50

I was saddened this weekend to hear of Norman passing away. I worked with Norman for many years and he was one of those people you just relied on to perform because he always did.I can recall many occasions when big cranes were booked for critical jobs and standing at the side of a motorway in the middle of the night in snow and rain.Very often when all looked lost Norman would be under the troubled crane and one way or another it would be on its way again.
I send my sincere condolences to Pauline and family.
Rest in peace old lad !
Ray Ledger

Barry Barnes
18. April 2017 20:31

Your article sums it up. Norman was one of the Greats in our Industry. He could rightly hammer you for any fault but the kindly offer a solution. His knowledge was vast and a credit to Hewden and well respected and valued by them. Many improvements in cranes were down to his understanding of what wouldn't break. It was an honour to have worked alongside him as a supplier and friend. Barry Barnes

Painful truth
18. April 2017 13:29

Sad news, Norman was one of the good guys, always up to his elbows in oil, with or without overalls. Not many of his ilk left now, God bless mate

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