Our heartfelt sympathy goes out to Mrs Tyszkow and Margaret in their sad loss. Indeed his death at such an early age is a loss to the whole village. A White Russian who became a German prisoner-of-war, he was a hard worker and soon adapted himself to English people and ways. He had become a naturalised British subject, and was much appreciated in Badsey for his fine character and courteous friendliness and concern for others. In his long and painful illness, he was fortified by a courageous Christian faith.
Published in the August 1970 Parish Magazine.