Retired Chief Inspector Phil Every at one of our recent ExPo functions
 

We were deeply saddened to hear of the death of our very good friend and former colleague, Retired Chief Inspector Phillip 'Phil' Every who died on 1st September 2018 in Horsham, Sussex. 

Phil is survived by his wife Nicky, other relatives and friends in Bermuda and around the World. Cremain will take place in the U.K. and a Memorial Service will be held later in Bermuda details of which will be announced in due course.  

 Condolences can be sent to:-

Mrs. N. Every,

The Beaches, 3 Willowmead, Southwater, Horsham RH13 9AT, England.  Or by email to. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

Phil was a very popular and highly respected police officer who was also very liked by all who served with him.  On behalf of all of our ExPo colleagues we send our sincere condolences to Nicky and to all of Phil's family and friends.  

Editors note - Unfortunately, I'm presently in the U.K. to help celebrate my mother's 100th birthday, and as a result, I don't have access to Phil's files at Prospect, and can't access our usual photo files. As soon as I return from the U.K. we will update this entry.

 

UPDATE  -    We have received the following information from Nicky with regard to funeral arrangements for Phil in the U.K.

 

Dear All,


For those of you who have asked for the details of arrangements for Phil’s funeral they are as follows:-

There will be a cremation at Muntham Chapel, Worthing Crematorium, Horsham Road, Findon, West Sussex BN14 0RQ on the 21st September at 2.40 pm. There will only be family flowers but donations can be made to St Catherine’s Hospice and the RNLI at Aberavon, Port Talbot through This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it./remember. There is plenty of parking. However it is advisable to be there in ample time as the service will commence sharply.

I would like you to join me afterwards at the Findon Manor Hotel, High Street, Findon, West Sussex, BN14 OTA for afternoon tea. As we need numbers for catering please RSVP if you are wishing to attend.
Love
Nicky

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#6 Mike Jent 2018-09-17 07:03
More sad news,our deepest condolences to Nicky and all the family.
I anticipate attending the funeral next week.
Rest in peace Phil
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#5 Phil Taylor 2018-09-16 04:56
Had the pleasure of working with Phil as young PC's in Swansea. Was very well liked and respected there, and it was with mixed feelings we said farewell as he embarked on his new career in Bermuda. Although he left 47 years ago, he is still fondly remembered by many of his old colleagues. As the secretary of the Swansea branch of Narpo, I have been busy receiving calls from ex colleagues and friends. I have also placed the news on our Facebook page, Swansea Narpo, which you are welcome to view, but may need to ask to join to do so. R.I.P. Phil

Editors note - Many thanks for your email Phil. Just to avoid any confusion I should point out that we also have a retired BPS officer by the name of Phil Taylor.
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#4 Doug Proctor 2018-09-14 19:58
Knew of Phil during my time in Bermuda (1972 - 1978) Never had the pleasure of working with him but always sad at the passing of old comrades.
Deepest condolences to his family.
Doug Proctor
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#3 Mike Brown 2018-09-13 11:25
Phil was in my intake to Bermuda in 1971and we shared a house for some time in Riddles Bay. We have kept in touch over the years. My wife Sue and I have seen Phil and Nicky on a regular basis and were able to visit him at their home in Sussex only a week before he passed on. We were to be able to say "Goodbye" to him and it was an honour and pleasure to have known him. The man known in later years in Bermuda as "Chief" will be sadly missed. Mike Brown (ex 393 MCPS)

Editors note - Many thanks for writing Mike. I believe your sentiments are shared by all of us who knew Phil.
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#2 Mark Bothello 2018-09-06 15:13
Its a Sad day. I had the pleasure of working with Phil in Marine Section for a number of years. He was a fantastic supervisor and mentor. He was an inspiration to all of us who worked in the office. The work got done with lots of laughs and enjoyment. He will be a big miss. Rest in peace Phil.
Mark Bothello 467
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#1 Davie Kerr 2018-09-06 05:19
Update on Phil's funeral arrangements:- 1440 on Fri 21 Sep18 at Worthing Crem, Sussex, England.

Editors note - Many thanks Davie. I returned home from the UK last night and have posted full detais of the funeral arrangements for Phil on out Latest News article.
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