In memory of my dear friend Neil McPhail

Neil McPhail was a man of his word. For the past decade, he had been the go-to courier for the Trike and Sidecar Exchange, ensuring that every delivery and collection was made on time, without fail. He took great pride in his work, and his reliability had become legendary within the company.

Born on the 1st of December 1962 in Newcastle-Upon-Tyne to Joyce and Hughie McPhail, Neil was raised with a strong work ethic and a deep sense of responsibility. He grew up to be a man of many talents, trying his hand at various jobs including security, catering, building, carpentry, and eventually finding his calling as a transport courier and driver. His dedication and hard work ethic were evident in every role he undertook.

After moving to Stoke, Neil started working in the pot bank, and it was during this time that his love for motorbikes began to flourish. He found joy in spending time with his two children, sharing his passion for motorbikes with them. He worked tirelessly to provide for his family, and his children were his pride and joy.

Neil was not only a hard worker, but he was also a fun-loving and sociable person. He was the life and soul of any gathering, with an infectious laugh that could light up a room. His love for motorbikes was evident in every conversation, and he made friends wherever he went while delivering the bikes. His passion for his work and his vibrant personality left a lasting impression on everyone he met.

Tragically, Neil passed away, leaving behind a void in the hearts of those who knew him. His unwavering dedication, infectious spirit, and love for his family and motorbikes will be deeply missed. His legacy as a reliable courier and a beloved friend will live on in the memories of those whose lives he touched.

David Evans

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