Andrew Belben Obituary, Death – The news that Andrew Belben, a councilman who had served as the representative for Pound Hill South and Worth, had passed away yesterday filled me with a great sense of loss. He had been a member of the constituency that he had represented, Worth. In the past, he had served as the spokesperson for both communities. Since a very long time ago, he had been a stalwart advocate for the local communities of Pound Hill South and Worth. Formerly, he served as a representative for the districts of Pound Hill South and Worth.
This was one of his previous positions. Andrew was the member of the governing board who was in charge of representing Pound Hill South and Worth. He was responsible for both of both communities. As part of his responsibilities, he was responsible for maintaining the two residential zones. I would like to take this opportunity to extend my condolences, along with those of the Crawley Labour group of councillors, to Andrew’s wife, Councillor Tina Belben, as well as to his family and friends. I am very sorry to hear about Andrew’s passing.
I am shocked and saddened to learn about Andrew’s demise. The news of Andrew’s passing has left me totally astonished and inconsolably upset. The sad news about Andrew’s departure has left me completely stunned and unable to find any solace in my grief. My life has been turned upside down by the news of Andrew’s passing, and I am unable to find any comfort anywhere in this cruel world.
Our lives are currently going through a tremendously challenging and discouraging moment that provides a lot of different obstacles for us to deal with. I ask God to bless him with the kind of peace that is unfathomable to human beings so that he can help him through this difficult time. I beg you to give my request some consideration and to answer to it.