Last Wednesday we said goodbye to a friend and former colleague Terry Russell.
Terry served as a pilot from 1952 to 1988 having served as an apprentice during the war years.
Terry played a big part in the major reorganisation of pilotage in the 1980s as well as being involved with the inception of the PNPF.
He continued having an active interest in the fortunes of Bristol Pilots throughout his retirement and was always wise counsel to those who sought his advice.
He will be sadly missed by his family and pilots past and present.