John Powton Obituary, Death – I am sorry to inform you that Civilian Instructor John Powton passed away on May 17th, 2023. His passing comes as sad news to me as well. He was well-liked and respected by everyone in our town. I have no choice but to say this, despite the fact that I know it will put me through a great deal of emotional suffering. The fact that he has abandoned us is a tragic and unfortunate turn of circumstances. after John joined the organization for the very first time in 2012, the Squadron has benefited enormously from having him as a member.
This is especially true after John joined the organization for the very first time in 2012. It would not have been possible without his contributions. During this time period, he was able to assist hundreds of Cadets, and he was frequently seen on the range or instructing skills to Cadets in order to help them get their Duke of Edinburgh Award. During this time period, he was able to aid hundreds of Cadets. In the course of this time period, he was able to provide assistance to a large number of Cadets. During this time, he was a member of the Royal Air Cadets organization and served as a cadet in the organization. He was a staunch supporter of the group that was being taken into consideration.
During his time with the Squadron, John interacted with a large number of students, and he found himself immensely satisfied with each and every one of those students. He made sure that his family was always aware of the achievements that the cadets had achieved, regardless of whether or not they had occurred while the cadets were still a part of the Squadron or after they had graduated. Because of the many positive contributions he made to the organization, John will be much missed by each and every person who has ever served on the Staff or been a Cadet, both in the past and in the present. Per Ardua Ad Astra.