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ICOM's iconic past president Tony Ellis dies

Tony Ellis, a former president of the ICOM Energy Association, who at the age of 77 ran the same commercial heating firm he founded in 1972, has died.
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News of the death of Tony Ellis on April 9 of heart failure, has saddened friends and colleagues at his Slough-based company A R Ellis. A thanksgiving service celebrating his life will be held on April 30 at St Mary's Church in Langley.

Thirty-eight years ago, Tony Ellis founded the heating company A R Ellis and became a member of the ICOM Energy Association that same year.

The ICOM Energy Association represents manufacturers and importers of industrial and commercial heating equipment and John Ellis was appointed as a member of association's council in 1981.

In 2005, Ellis was appointed president of the association, a post that he held three years.

As well as running his own business, Ellis remained an active member of council until his death.
22 April 2010

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