You are welcome to create a lasting tribute to your loved one in our Remembrance Garden. You can include their photo. The person you are remembering does not have to have suffered form Paget's disease. Create a Tribute by following this link.
If your memorial has been transferred from our old website and you would like to add a photo please send your image to [email protected] Your memorial will be approved by our administrator prior to appearing in the Garden. The Paget's Association reserve the right to edit or remove posts at our discretion. Please also contact us if you would like your memorial to be removed.
One of our longest serving Patrons, Sir Julian Paget passed away peacefully, on the 25th September 2016. Sir Julian had been involved with the Paget's Association for almost 20 years and members always looked forward to his fascinating talks at our Oxford conferences.
The Paget Baronetcy, of Harewood Place in the County of Middlesex, was created in the Baronetage of the United Kingdom in 1871 for the surgeon and pathologist James Paget, after whom Paget’s disease was named. Sir Julian was the great-grandson of Sir James Paget.
Our Honorary President, Professor Graham Russell reflects on Sir Julian’s time with the Association: “Sir Julian will be remembered with great affection. He gave great support to our Charity over many years. He attended several of the conferences on Paget’s disease held at St Catherine’s College in Oxford from 1998 onwards. He enjoyed meeting many of the leading international scientists and doctors involved in research into Paget’s disease. His talks about the Paget family and especially his great-grandfather, Sir James Paget, after whom the disease was named, were always highly appreciated. We will miss him.”
In memory of my sister Jose who suffered from Paget's for so many years and sadly passed away on Sunday 4th. October 2015. Jose will be deeply missed by all her family. From Sherena, Ron and family. xxxxxx
Together with Ann Stansfield, Professor Allan St. John Dixon helped to establish the National Association for the Relief of Paget’s Disease (NARPD) in 1973. He was the first Chairman of the charity and subsequently served as Honorary President until 2011. In addition to his role with the NARPD, now known as the Paget’s Association, Allan helped to establish the National Osteoporosis Society, National Ankylosing Spondylitis Society and Remedi, a charity that supports research into rehabilitation. Allan sadly passed away in 2014. We are indebted to Allan for his contribution to the Paget’s Association.
Lady Diana Frances Paget, wife of Patron, Sir Julian Paget sadly passed away in 2014. She was always supportive of the Paget’s Association and attended many of our events with her husband. Those of you who met her may perhaps remember her great love of gardening.
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