John Griffiths Obituary, Death – John “Morannedd” Griffiths has been pronounced dead after being hospitalized for a relatively short amount of time. It is with a very heavy heart that I make this article in the name of the W100MC to inform you of John’s passing. I am very sorry for your loss. He was a part of our club at one point. Both John and his wife Ann, who have a combined total of thirty years of experience in the career of marshaling, have recently retired from the profession after having served it with dedication for a combined total of thirty years. During the ceremony marking their retirement, a trophy was given to them as a token of appreciation for all that they had accomplished.

John was a marshal not only for our club but also for the Aintree Motorcycle Club, Crewe and South Cheshire, Thundersport GB, and No Limits, and he was frequently present at the Anglesey Circuit for a wide variety of events of varying kinds. Our club was one of the organizations that John marshaled for. John served as a marshal for a number of different clubs, including ours. To put it more succinctly, John devotes a sizeable portion of his free time to the realm of motorsport, and more specifically to the riding and racing of motorcycles, which happens to be his greatest passion. This is due to the fact that riding motorcycles is his number one hobby.

In addition to that, he was instrumental in the organization of trips for the North Wales bikers to various locations, such as the Skerries and the NEC, amongst others. These trips were taken all over the United Kingdom. To put it another way, the loss of John will cause significant hardship for a significant number of us as a direct consequence. A tragic passing has taken place in the family of one of my dearest friends. The news has left me feeling incredibly upset and helpless. On behalf of everyone here at the club, I would like to offer our deepest condolences to John’s wife Ann, his daughters Sharon and Gillian, and his son Andrew, as well as their respective families.

John was a beloved member of our community. Please accept my heartfelt condolences on the loss of your loved one. We would like to extend our condolences to the family and ask that you join us in doing so. We are thankful for your service, John, and hope that you are at peace now that you have passed away. Even though you are not physically present anymore, your legacy will endure even after you have passed away.