Farewell to Brontë

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Martin Moodie
Martin Moodie is the Founder & Chairman of The Moodie Report.

Paul and Bronte

[Paul and Brontë at last August’s London Triathlon]

This message comes from Paul Hogan, owner of PPS Publications, a good man and the father of a beautiful, brave little daughter called Brontë who has battled a long illness and whom I have written about many times on this Blog. It requires no embellishment from me other than an expression of deepest sadness and heartfelt love which will be shared by many.

Dear Friends

It is with great sadness that I have to tell you of the passing of our dear daughter Brontë earlier this afternoon.

She was at home in her own bed, in our arms, surrounded by the people, things, and pets that she loved.

I know how much this news will devastate you, but I thank you all for all the support that you have all given to the family during Bron’s long illness.

Love Paul, Stacey and Team Bron xxxx

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  • hi paul, stacey, max and louis I’m extremely sorry for your loss I know how much she ment to you. I have known Bronte a long time and i will never forget her. R.I.P bron. xxxxxx

  • Dear Paul,

    I do not believe we have met, which is of no matter, as I write to you as a father. I am always touched by the sad loss of children before their parents, this is not how it is meant to be at any age, but especially at Dear Bronte’s age.

    I have one daughter, who is 24, almost 25, I cannot imagine life without Claire. My thoughts are truly with you and your family.

    With deepest sympathy

    Jonathan Smith

  • Dear Paul

    I cannot begin to imagine your grief, and can do no more than offer my deepest sympathy to you and your family.

    With warmest regards

    Nick