Emile Sercombe Obituary, Death – Emile Sercombe was there at one of our early gatherings, which took place in 1982 and was one of our first get-togethers. In addition to being present at the moment in question, he was a substantial contributor to A+S. It was in the year 1982 that the performance that took place in that year took place. Because he played such an important role in the band, we were thrown into such a situation when we learned of his passing, and we were surprised and grieved by the news. After receiving the news, we were left in such a state.
During this difficult time, we want his family to know that they are in our thoughts and prayers, that they are in our thoughts and that we are thinking about them, and that they are in our thoughts and that we are thinking about them. In addition to that, we want them to be aware that we are considering them. Please accept my sincerest sympathies, and be certain that I will continue to keep you and your family in my thoughts and prayers. My heartfelt condolences go out to all of my close friends and members of my family who have lately endured the death of a treasured person in their lives. As you read this, please know that I am praying fervently that God would grant you the peace that your heart so desperately needs and that he will do so as a direct result of my prayers.
In Ilford, Essex, in 1936, Steve was the first of his four brothers to be born. He was also the oldest of his four brothers. Following the outbreak of the Second World War, the family came to the conclusion that it would be best for them to move to Surrey. After finishing primary school, he initially attended the Guildford School of Art before moving on to study at the Royal Academy Schools. During this time, he won several awards for his artwork. In 1964, he began his career as an art lecturer at Ravensbourne College of Art while also getting married to the artist Carol Kenna, who would ultimately become his first wife. They were able to have two children thanks to the good Lord.