06.08.1959 – 19.07.2023
Mick was diagnosed with a brain tumour in October 2022. He came to the Nightingale cancer centre in Enfield several times. He came for reflexology, or as he liked to call it, his ‘foot tickles’. Every time he came, he said what a wonderful place it was, and how lovely everyone was that he met there.
He certainly benefitted not only from the ‘foot tickles’ but also from the positive atmosphere, and the emotional support given by the staff there. The centre offers exercise groups, social groups, coffee and a chat, as well as counselling and support.
He would love that he was able to give something back to the centre by setting up this ‘giving’ page, so that they can continue to provide this wonderful service for others who are still struggling with cancer.
Sending all our love and remembering happy times. Lucia
We will miss you dear Mick. Our close and very special friend. You fought so bravely. Rest in peace now. William and Mumune
Dearest Mick. You will be sorely missed by your loving family and friends and by all who spent any time at all in your company. Rest in peace dear friend. Much love and deepest, heartfelt condolences to Di and all the family from Marios, Maria and Connie xxx
It’s been an absolute pleasure knowing you Mick, your kindness to me and the unconditional love for your family was beautiful to see. You can rest easy now my friend, sleep well. X
Mick, you were a good friend for the 6 years I’ve known you. Always there for me and when Liam arrived and up to the end. I will always and still now talk about you and all the great and funny moments we had. I will remind Liam of who you are and how important you were in his life. We will miss you terribly which includes the video calls and normal calls. We will be there for your loved ones as you were there for us. Much love Monique & Liam xx
My condolences to the whole family, he was a lovely man and will be greatly missed. Amy
It was a pleasure to see Miguel every time he visited the centre. He’ll be missed by staff and volunteers at The Nightingale and we send all of our love to Miguel’s family. xx
In memory of a lovely man, may he rest in eternal peace. Rosa, Terry, Conor, Briony, Ido. Dillon
I will miss your humour, warmth and kindness at ASL. A true gentleman who always had time for the people around him and a friendly word. Wishing you peace and sending my deepest condolences to your family. Kristin x
Mick always gave us a hard time with a smile on his face – and I loved him for it. Proud to have known him. Grateful prayers and sympathy, Lorraine
Thinking of you at this difficult time x. Amanda
Never forgotten, always in our hearts and minds. Bernice
Diana shared many stories of Mick and their family with her work colleagues and although most of us sadly never got to meet Mick, we heard what a wonderful husband, father and grandfather he was. With very best wishes, Barnet and Chase Farm Therapy Team xx