Ian, or Froggy as he was affectionately known to his friends, was a person who had always tried to live life to the full, always filling each day with as many things as he could possibly fit in.**
Family and friends were important to Ian and in recent years he had returned to Wiltshire to be near to the people he felt closest to.**
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