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Brian Joscelyne

Updated: Dec 14, 2020

It was with great sadness that we learned yesterday of the passing of Club stalwart Brian Joscelyne.

Brian's contribution to AMOC and everything Aston Martin is simply immeasurable. With his passing, the Club has lost a Vice President and the Marque one of its best ever ambassadors. His family and friends have lost the most endearing and encouraging of Gentlemen. However he has left an amazing legacy through his colour photographs for us all to enjoy in the future.

A full tribute detailing his extraordinary life will appear in the Spring issue of AM Quarterly.

The Club sends it's sincere condolences to Ben, his brother, his nephews Timothy and Stuart and all the Joscelyne family.

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