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We are very sorry to tell you that one of our most active and long-standing Cllrs, Ken Angold-Stephens, has died, after a period of serious illness. As well as his council involvement, Ken has been heavily involved in helping to run LRA.
Ken had served as one of LRA’s Roding ward councillors at both the District and Town Councils, and as a Governor at Staples Road school, from 2004. He was Loughton Mayor (2009-10) and Epping Forest District Council Chairman (2011-12).
Much of Ken’s work at the Councils took place behind the scenes.
His most visible achievement - and one he was rightly very proud of - is the memorial garden on Roding Road. Ken tenaciously did all the fund-raising, the project management and a fair amount of the planting.
Ken was always willing to put in extra time and effort to improve our town.
He had a very co-operative working style with all his LRA and council colleagues.
He was well-respected by all and will be much missed.