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  1. Martin3030 was Martin Kay and he was our siteteam manager for several years. Martin came from Liverpool and he died at the Royal Liverpool Hospital on Friday morning - 1st Feb 2013 - after an illness. He was only 54 years old. He will be terribly missed by all of us, his Site Team Colleagues - and I expect that his absence will be felt by the thousands of people he helped on this forum - either directly or indirectly over the years. Martin Kay's particular skill for relentless digging out of the little facts about individuals or organisations made him an extraordinarily valuable weapon against those who sought to dominate and bully ordinary people in difficulty. Like many of us, Martin had been there himself. He joined the CAG and learned how to deal with his own problems. He then became so energised by his new-found sense of his own ability that he started to help others to stand up for themselves as well. Martin Kay has had a difficult and disrupted life - but with the CAG, for the first time - he started to tap the great intellectual abilities which had been so unused for most of his lifetime and which had gone unnoticed by his schools and which resulted him in being regarded as a troublesome element. In fact Martin Kay was a frustrated intelligence which never found any satisfactory outlet for most of his life. With the CAG, for the first time Martin overcame many of the disadvantages of his life and he blossomed. In reality Martin Kay was extremely bright, talented, shy, patient and tenacious. He will be very difficult to replace as a team colleague and impossible to replace as a friend. I find it very difficult to express our sense of grief and the sense of loss and absence that I think we all feel. Martin Kay
  2. Martin Old CAG friend are you still out there? Rebecca
  3. I have just read the dreadfully sad news posted by BankFodder that Martin3030 passed away earlier today at just 54 years of age. I joined this site back in 2007 and have posted over 5,000 posts. Martin joined a year earlier and has made over 55,000 posts !!! As any regular on here will know, it takes a lot of time each day to respond to queries and from the number of posts made by Martin, it is clear that he DEDICATED most if not all of time to assisting people on this site. What a great person. I will certainly miss him. More here: http://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/forum/showthread.php?380870-Martin3030 RIP.
  4. I am extremely sorry to hear of Martins passing. My condolences to his Mum and brother David. My prayers are with you. 69Jay
  5. pitcher

    Martin3030

    Help, Hi Site team I am trying to make a small donation (like most on CAG, it's all I can do) to the Martin3030 Memorial fund. I'm using firefox with all add-ons off but all I get is a pay pal error page. I think a lot of us want to say thanks to martin for all his good works. I don't know the right place to post this but I know the site team will see this and give advice. My best wishes to Martins family and friends. Pitcher
  6. the official threads for comments appears to have been closed rest in peice mate know we had the occasional disagreement but thanks for all the help on everything
  7. http://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/forum/showthread.php?380870-Martin3030(15-Viewing)-nbsp http://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/forum/showthread.php?380872-I-am-so-sorry(5-Viewing)-nbsp http://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/forum/showthread.php?380878-RIP-Martin(36-Viewing)-nbsp I have just seen this sad news.
  8. I didn't directly know martin; as a member of this particular noble organisation though, i feel I did and the news has made me feel strangely moved. Not being in the position to send flowers; I will make a donation in his memory... Sounds like a puny thing to do I know but I m sure it would have been appreciated. RIP.
  9. Sorry to hear that Martin3030 this sad news ; his advise he will be greatly missed by colleagues may he rest in perfect peace. Knights templar
  10. Very sad news thank you for all the help you have given everybody you will be very hard to replace.
  11. What? I appreciate this may not be the place but, having just seen the announcement, I'd like to know a little more. 'Martin3030 Deceased' is, well, succinct. What happened? Where can I pass on my condolences? I can't post on the announcement thread. And I don't venture out of the benefits forum except for the odd foray into the bailiffs forum. A link really wouldn't go amiss. I have fond memories of Martin3030, especially from my early days on CAG when he held my hand and guided me. So many times. A real gent. Lot's of love to you, Martin, and your family and friends. x
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