Stephen 'Bosch' Fairn: 29th June 1966 - 27th March 2018
Stephen 'Bosch' Fairn
20th April 2018
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Stephen (Bosch) Fairn, Husband to Becca and Dad to Theo, Max and Ruby. Son of Sue Lawrence (nee Fairn) and Jonathan (deceased), brother to Martin, Tim and Nic. Steve/Bosch Fairn played rugby for over 45 years for Chinnor, Lord Williams School, Coventry, Rosslyn Park and finally Richmond Heavies. In the last 7 years he has also been an instrumental part of the Richmond junior section coaching his kids Theo, Max and Ruby. In his many years playing and coaching he has witnessed( thankfully only a few times) the amazing work the London Air Ambulance can do when players are injured and in need of emergency help. As a result we would like suggest that instead of buying flowers that we do something positive in his memory and help ensure that the Air Ambulance can continue to provide amazing support to the people of London and the south east of England. Thank you and love from Becca, Theo, Max, Ruby, Martin, Nicky, Tim and Mum x
My Chosen Charity
London’s Air Ambulance is the charity that delivers an advanced trauma team to critically injured people in London. The service provides pre-hospital medical care at the scene of the incident and serves the 10 million people who live, work and commute within the M25.
The team, which at all times includes an advanced trauma doctor and paramedic, perform advanced medical interventions, normally only found in the hospital Emergency Department, in time critical, life threatening situations.
Missions commonly involve serious road traffic collisions, falls from height, industrial accidents, assaults and injuries on the rail network.
Bosch- a great man that was taken to soon x
Big Love Salibas
Nicola Bullock (Arnott)
Due to horse accidents I have had several friends scooped up by the Air Ambulance, a charity I fully support, thank you for choosing this as Stephen's charity.
A great cause chosen by a great man who will be sadly missed by so many, Bosh brought with him laughter and fun everywhere , he touched everyone he met in a positive way and a part of that lives on in all of us.
Here's hoping that some good can come from the devastating loss of such a lovely person.
Many great times had with you Steve, miss you but can see your spirit, enthusiasm and humour already shining through with Ruby, Max and Theo. Jones Boy, Janet and Bethan X
with love from the Smyth family
In memory of an inspiring, energetic man who would always help and guide others.
Fantastic Cause ! RIP Bosch. Brad
I am sorry i was not able to join you for the funeral, Stephen was an amazing leader when i worked for him at Pricoa with so much charisma and fun for life. I pray that he rests in peace. All my sympathy to his family. Goody
In the short time we got to know Bosch through coaching Richmond juniors he was such a force for good. He will be hugely missed. We feel very fortunate for the time we had. Frances and Arthur Adams
Jennifer Gadsby Peet
In memory of a remarkable man whose enthusiasm and humour will be very much missed and always remembered with deep affection by all who knew him at RFC
In memory of a legend - Alastair, Maria, Paul, Cameron and Philip
A great Rugby man who inspired all who knew him. Will be greatly missed
In memory of Stephen who brought change and vision to the BDO team - it was great working with you Maureen
Mark and Sara Rigby
With fond memories of ‘Bosch’ on safari. A larger than life character who will be greatly missed. With deepest sympathy to all the family. Love from Sara and Mark.
So sorry to be donating in these terrible circumstances - thoughts are with the whole Fairn clan. Boobie X
In memory of a great student, tenacious rugby player and a fine team player at school and beyond.
Rest in peace Bosch.I’m heartbroken for you all.Sending you massive hugs and love xxxxxx
A fantastic charity. Love Zoë
Very sad news
A wonderful cause in memory of a man we knew all too briefly.
Always smiling, always with a story to tell, phenomenally generous whether at the bar or with his time. A class act who will be sorely missed.
For Bosch ... from Namibia 90 to Dubai 17 - always a pleasure!!