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Thursday, 23 October 2014

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Tribute paid after sudden death of Cumbrian haulage boss

A tribute has been paid to a haulage firm boss who has died suddenly.

John Stamper photo
John Stamper

John Stamper passed away at Carlisle’s Cumberland Infirmary on Sunday. He was 56.

He was renowned throughout Cumbria as head of family firm R I Stamper Haulage Ltd, based in Kirkbride.

David Pritchard, operations director of Carlisle-based auctioneers Harrison & Hetherington, said: “He was an extremely well-respected person within the industry and he will be sadly missed.”

Mr Stamper’s funeral service will take place at St Bride’s Church, in Kirkbride, at 11am tomorrow

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