Smith Michael

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, Michael 1932-2000.
British-born Canadian biochemist who shared a 1993 Nobel Prize for developing a method for making a specific genetic mutation at any spot on a DNA molecule.
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SMITH Michael (Smudger) Will be sadly missed but not forgotten by the lads at Bellways.
SMITH Michael (Smudger) To a true, great friend and Godfather.
SMITH Michael (Smudger) You were one in a million and will be forever in our thoughts.
SMITH Michael (Smudger) Never forget you, will miss you mate.
x SMITH Michael A sleep I shall have, A rest I shall have, Yet death will be but a pause.
xxx SMITH Michael (Smudger) You have torn my heart apart and you will never know.
SMITH Michael (Smudger) Things will never be the same again.
SMITH Michael (Smudger) You broke my heart little fella, you were a mate in a million.
SMITH Michael (Smudger) You were one in a million mate and will be sadly missed.