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Writer, editor and arts adviser Robert Maycock died in a car accident just weeks before his 64th birthday.
John Cunningham, who has died aged 66, was an NUJ life member and Connacht Tribune newspaper.
Alan Bott, once chairman of the NUJ Finance committee, was a clear thinker who believed that a bankrupt union was of no benefit to its members and he tried to do something about it.
Jackie Forster, who wrote under her maiden name Heap, has died aged 73 after a short illness at her Lancashire home at Thornton Cleveleys.
NUJ veteran Zelda Curtis – known affectionately by many friends as Zelda The Elder – died on January 31 2012 just a month after her 89th birthday.
Trevor Hoyland, the district reporter and NUJ member who drew a record attendance for his branch at the meeting which honoured him with Life membership, has died, aged 60.
Aengus Fanning, the editor of Ireland's Sunday Independent, has died aged 69.
Tributes have been paid to Mary Raftery, NUJ member and renowned journalist and broadcaster, who died in Dublin aged 54.
NUJ life member Ronald Searle, who has died in France aged 91, was widely regarded as one of Britain's leading cartoonists and graphic artists of the twentieth century.
David Candler, one of the few remaining links with Harold Wilson's Labour government, has died aged 71.