AN inquest is because of happen following the demise of a widely known retired dental surgeon.
Gordon Thistlethwaite, who ran a dental surgical procedure in Ulverston for a lot of his lengthy profession as a dentist, died on Could 19 following an accident at his house in Ireleth, Askam.
An inquest is because of be opened on Tuesday June 7 by Ms Margaret Taylor to find out the reason for Mr Thistlethwaite’s demise.
It is going to be adjourned till October 20 for the complete inquest.
Mr Thistlethwaite grew up and lived most of his life in Ulverston, attending Lightburn Faculty, Victoria Excessive and Ulverston Grammar Faculty earlier than learning for his dental diploma at Glasgow College, graduating within the late Nineteen Sixties.
He and spouse of 28 years, former Advertiser and Mail columnist Louise Allonby, 56, had lived in Ireleth for the previous 20 years.
The 79-year-old was a well-liked and revered dentist and his surgical procedure in Benson Road can be remembered by generations of sufferers for the massive rocking horse that was a much-loved focus of the ready room.
Alongside his Ulverston apply, for a few years Mr Thistlethwaite additionally ran denture clinics at Furness Dental Lab in Greengate Road, Barrow.
A eager rugby participant in his youth, Mr Thistlethwaite was a former secretary of Furness Rugby Union Membership in Barrow, taking part in competitively till his late 40s, after which, alongside along with his nice buddy, the late Furness physiotherapist Joe Harrison, he was a eager armchair fanatic of the sport.
Mrs Thistlethwaite described her husband as ‘an exquisite, type man who noticed the perfect in folks and had an enormous pleasure of life. He was all the time younger at coronary heart, constructive, modest and extra common than he ever realised. I used to be so privileged to have spent the final 30 years with him. His youngsters, grandchildren and I’ll miss him dreadfully and all the time.’
Alongside along with his spouse Louise, Mr Thistlethwaite leaves a sister, Elaine; three youngsters from earlier marriages, Donna, Gregory and Max; and 4 grandchildren, Tom, Emily, Mei and An Ni.