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Marlon Greaves - Sadly Missed


It is with sad regret we report the death of club member Marlon Greaves who passed away on Saturday 24 Mar 2007 as the result of a motorway accident on the M25.

The incident occurred around 6am on the clockwise stretch when a lorry and a silver BMW collided on the anti-clockwise stretch between Junction 28 and 29 smashing through the central reservation causing the death of at least two people, with several others injured in the nine vehicle pile up.

Motorbike enthusiast and Assistant Director of the Essex Harley Owners Group, Marlon was on his way to Dover riding his silver Harley Davidson accompanied by several other biker friends for a weekend in Belgium when the accident occured.

40 year old Enfield resident Marlon was a founding club committee member and regular in the rotating club house band on club jam nights.

Long standing regulars will remember him performing with original band Catfish along with fellow club members Laura (vocals), Noel (guitar) and Steve (Bass Guitar) whose fresh catchy songs, funky sound, solid rhythm section, sizzling guitar and awesome vocals had everyone wondering why they weren't signed.

Marlon played with several band line ups over the years, most I am sure will remember him at Trent Park Balloon Festival with Dave (vocals) and Mick (bass guitar) and more fondly for his own vocal renderings of Born to be Wild which always brought the house down on jam nights.

His energetic drumming and dynamic personality made him a popular and valued member of the club who will be sadly missed by all who knew him. Our condolences and deepest sympathies go to his family.

His spirit will forever rock.