Well-known Winchester businessman dies of brain tumour

Anthony Petersen: photo taken in the late 1980s

Anthony Petersen: photo taken in the late 1980s

First published in Winchester

A PROMINENT Winchester businessman has died of a brain tumour.

Respected chartered surveyor Tony Petersen died peacefully on May 6 after undergoing nearly a year's treatment.

Mr Petersen ran his own company in Winchester for more than 35 years, specialising in the surveying and restoration of listed and period buildings.

Over a long career Tony, who lived in Romsey, gained the admiration and respect of colleagues and clients for his wide knowledge and attention to detail.

He was a member of the Association Building Engineers, a Fellow of the Incorporated Society of Valuers and Auctioneers, fellow of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors.

Mr Petersen was chairman of the Winchester Chamber of Commerce from 1993 to 1994.

He worked with the Diocese of Winchester Youth Offices on projects in Kenya, Uganda and the Philippines.

Closer to home Mr Petersen also worked for the Sunday Lunch project for homeless people in Southampton and the Winchester Night Shelter as well as volunteering for the Samaritans during the 1970s.

He is survived by his mother, Margaret, sister, Ann, brother, John, and partner, Dave.

A private cremation service has already been held but there will be a Eucharist in his memory in Romsey Abbey on Monday, June 23, at 11.30am.

This will be followed by a thanksgiving and celebration of Tony’s life at 2pm in the abbey on the same day.

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