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SAC Hallam

the RAF Benevolent Fund
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Known as Pad

of Sutton-in-Ashfield

29 Aug 1990 - 25 May 2014

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Remembered by: Phil Hallam

Date added: 19 Nov 2014

Senior Aircraftsman Andrew Hallam, a member of the RAF Regiment, belonging to 3 Squadron based at RAF Wittering.

Andy was a larger than life character that loved every minute of his life. Life has always thrown obstacles in front of Andy and to speak to him you would never have guessed any of the hurdles he overcame. Losing our Mother as teenagers had a major influence on Andy joining the RAF as he wanted to make Mum proud, which he most certainly did.

Andy did two tours of Afghanistan, where he drove a variety of military vehicles. Andy had also worked at the London Olympics and had recently been selected to complete a Sniper course.

A keen sports fan Andy will be remembered for following a number of football teams including Notts Forest, AC Milan and Real Madrid. Andy was also a big fight fan and followed Carl Froch amongst other boxers.

On the 25th May 2014 Andy was on his way home from a night out with his mates when he was involved in a tragic accident on the A1. A promising young soldier in the regiment and the best friend, cousin, nephew, grandson, son and brother anyone could ask for, his loss has been felt by hundreds of people across the many places Andy visited within his life but Andy will live on through his memories and the smile he will continue to put on the faces of all that knew him. 

Rest well little Bro.

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