Ian Metcalfe Death, Obituary – Deener Ian Metcalfe passed away. During this trying time, all of us here at the Deeners are keeping Ian’s family in our thoughts and prayers as we know it must be tough for them. Sad news. I am sorry to have to break the news to you, but Ian Metcalfe passed away early on Sunday morning after a protracted fight against PSP (Progressive Supranuclear Palsy), which is a neuro-degenerative brain disorder). He had been struggling with this disease for a considerable amount of time 18th December. We are grateful that we were able to provide care for him in the comfort of his own home during his illness, and that we were able to be with him at his bedside when he passed away.
Since his diagnosis in 2018, things have gone as well as we could have hoped for, with Ian being able to stay at home with us and continuing to do what he could at each stage of the disease. Since his diagnosis, things have gone as well as we could have hoped for. In light of the fact that he was diagnosed in 2018, everything has gone as well as we could have wished for. Up until recent times, he found joy in painting, and he even continued to enjoy listening to e-audiobooks right up until the very end of his life. A Memorial Service as well as a Celebration of Ian’s Life will be conducted on January 10 at ten o’clock in the morning. This event is in his honor.
Ian will be cremated after his death. If you are interested in attending in person, I ask that you kindly share this message with the Deeners Community and encourage others to get in touch with me as soon as they can (we need an approximate estimate of the number of people attending by Friday, December 23 for catering considerations, but arriving later is OK). Additionally, if they are going to be attending us in person, we can supply them with the address, and if they are going to be joining us by live or delayed streaming, we can provide them.
We can say without a doubt that Ian’s time spent with the Deeners was quite enjoyable for him, which brings us to our final point. We hope with all of our hearts that you will never forget what a lovely, wise, and positive person Ian was, and that you will always treasure the good times and the friendship that you shared with him.