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The Mo D was indeed fortunate to have had the advice and guidance from this acknowledged expert in postal technology and mechanisation.
He gave freely of his time and expertise to plan the changes needed to bring the Mill Hill Depot into the world of postal automation.
They shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old: Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn. We will remember them Extract from ‘For the Fallen’ (1914) by Laurence Binyon (1869-1943) Ken Barker was one of a line of distinguished Post Office Directors to command the Postal and Courier Services TA.
He died on 25 May after a long and painful illness, which he bore with courage and his brave good humour.
Ken was born in Wigan in November 1938 and had two hugely successful careers both which involved things of import to him – people and the post. They benefited from it by enjoying themselves – having a good time – or learning and being better fitted for their jobs.
He was a huge character who easily filled a room – and often filled a bar!
He was a distinguished leader and a person who held the highest business ethics. Ken was a keen follower of sport and in his day a powerful rugby forward.
He loved to sail – especially on holiday with Liz and their boys.