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1969

Paul Foxton

2024

Paul Foxton, born in 1969, passed away in 2024.

He was a dedicated husband and a beloved uncle to three nephews. His life was marked by his love for motorbikes and music, two passions that he pursued with fervour.

Paul Foxton
1969/2024

Paul Foxton, born in 1969, passed away in 2024.

He was a dedicated husband and a beloved uncle to three nephews. His life was marked by his love for motorbikes and music, two passions that he pursued with fervour.

Paul Foxton

1969 – 2024

Passionate Fan of Motorbikes and Music

Paul Foxton, born in 1969, passed away in 2024. He was a dedicated husband and a beloved uncle to three nephews. His life was marked by his love for motorbikes and music, two passions that he pursued with fervour. Paul was not only a fan but also an active participant in the music scene, playing guitar in local bands and bringing joy to many through his performances. His enthusiasm for motorbikes was matched by his generosity, as he dedicated much of his time to charitable work, including running marathons to raise funds for various causes.

Favourite Quote: “Life is not measured by the number of breaths we take, but by the moments that take our breath away.”

Favourite Book: “Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance” by Robert M. Pirsig – This book, blending philosophy and a passion for motorbikes, would resonate deeply with Paul, reflecting his love for both thoughtful reflection and the open road.

Favourite Films:

  1. “Easy Rider” – A film that encapsulates the freedom and adventure of the open road, perfectly aligning with Paul’s love for motorbikes.
  2. “The Blues Brothers” – Featuring great music and a story of camaraderie, this film would appeal to his musical side.
  3. “It Might Get Loud” – A documentary about the electric guitar, showcasing the instrument Paul loved to play.
  4. “Motorcycle Diaries” – The story of Che Guevara’s journey through South America on a motorcycle, blending adventure with a deeper narrative.
  5. “Run Fatboy Run” – A light-hearted film about running a marathon, reflecting Paul’s charitable marathon efforts.

Favourite Destination: The Isle of Man – Known for the famous TT motorcycle races, this destination would combine Paul’s love of motorbikes with the thrill of competition and the beauty of the landscape.

Favourite Songs:

  1. “Born to Run” by Bruce Springsteen – An anthem of freedom and the open road, resonating with his passion for motorbikes.
  2. “Sweet Child O’ Mine” by Guns N’ Roses – A rock classic that Paul might have enjoyed playing on his guitar.
  3. “Free Bird” by Lynyrd Skynyrd – A song about freedom and the open road, themes close to Paul’s heart.
  4. “Johnny B. Goode” by Chuck Berry – A rock and roll staple, perfect for a guitarist with a love for classic tunes.
  5. “Hotel California” by The Eagles – A timeless piece with intricate guitar work, showcasing his musical talent and taste.

A life in picture: Paul Foxton