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His tour as Commander consolidated such changes and spread the ethos throughout 1 PC Group).So, he retired from the TA in November 1993 having thoroughly enjoyed the experience and definitely giving more than he received.With the 1992 reorganisation Ken was promoted to Director and General Manager SWSW and moved to Gloucester.He returned to Manchester for his final appointment as DGM Royal Mail NWNW before retiring finally in 1998.Yet, he never missed a morning parade and developed a strong desire to make the TA a place where soldiers learned, became better people and had such a good time that they wanted to come back for more the next year.His command of 61 PC Sqn RE (V) and 5 PC Regt RE (V) saw him make a sound start to these changes.Ken was born in Wigan in November 1938 and had two hugely successful careers both which involved things of import to him – people and the post. They benefited from it by enjoying themselves – having a good time – or learning and being better fitted for their jobs.
He loved to sail – especially on holiday with Liz and their boys.
The Mo D was indeed fortunate to have had the advice and guidance from this acknowledged expert in postal technology and mechanisation.
He gave freely of his time and expertise to plan the changes needed to bring the Mill Hill Depot into the world of postal automation.
A Lancastrian who joined the Post Office after leaving grammar school Ken’s career progressed through postal operations grades and he became Manchester’s youngest ever Assistant Head Postmaster in 1973 (at the age of 34).
After two stints as an Operations Controller, in Eastern Postal Region and later with North East Postal Board, split by a spell as Head Postmaster Sheffield Ken returned to Manchester as the District Head Postmaster (one of the UK’s big five offices).