Eddie Spencer doing what he loved
 
Police Beach has been in the news just recently and we’re sure that many of our colleagues and their families will have the fondest of memories of wonderful times spent at this beautiful beach.

It certainly must have held fond memories for former P.C. Eddie Spencer who passed away in Scotland in July 2016, because his Glaswegian wife Anne, has just arrived on Island to make a very special visit to Police Beach.

Anne will be accompanied by Ed’s sister and brother-in-law, along with Ed’s daughter Amanda, who has great memories of being at Police Beach with her dad, and they would like to invite any of Ed’s friends and colleagues to join them at Police Beach on Sunday 16th June 2019 at 7.00pm for the scattering of Ed’s ashes. 

We’re grateful to Kevin Knights for bringing this to our attention and would encourage anyone who knew Ed or worked with him to join his family on this special occasion.
 
Eddie Spencer in happier days

Eddie was a most popular and well-liked member of the Bermuda Police who served in the BPS for 10 years, from 1978 - 1988 during which time he worked in Central Division (Hamilton), in Operations, and latterly in ‘E’ Department. You can read more about Eddie in the article we posted back in 2016 after hearing of his sad passing which can be found at http://expobermuda.com/index.php/latest-news/503-sad-passing-of-eddie-spencer
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#4 Stephen Rollin 2019-06-25 12:39
Many fond memories of Eddie. Fishing and leaving the CAT after BA's departure, bound for PRC.
Wish I could be there but I wont be in BDA on that date.
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#3 terry 2019-06-18 18:07
One of the few who did relate to sarcasim; he invented it.
Good old bouy. Really.

Take care family.
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#2 Bob Porter 2019-06-16 00:25
So glad that I am here for this, Eddie & I were good buddies at Central. We had a lot of fun together. He bought my car when I left despite the fact it had a large "I love Jesus" sticker covering the dashboard. I had to explain that the car was a lemon and the only way it would start was to thump the dashboard. Hence the sticker covered a fist sized hole. Needless to say I let him have it cheap. Bless him.
The Beach itself holds many memories. When my 2 oldest daughter's were here 3 years ago I asked them where they wanted to go, in unison they cried, "Police Beach"! We spent many a weekend there and were fortunate to camp there whilst trying out 'potential' tents for Outward Bound.....?
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#1 Don Urquhart 2019-06-12 07:09
Sorry I can't be there, I worked with Eddie in Operations in 1981, he was a great guy with a wonderful sense of humour, razor sharp, sadly missed, still.
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