Maurice "Mo" Sparham   Senior Flight Engineer
Sadly we learn that Mo passed away on 22nd July 2020 in Truro hospital. My sincere condolences go out to his family, friends and former colleagues. Mo, former Fleet Air Arm, was the Senior Flight Engineer when he retired from the 747 Fleet.


Service details

Mo's service will be held at 11am on 20th August at Truro's Penmount Crematorium and will be subject to corona restrictions sadly. 

Map Here  address: Penmount Crematorium, Newquay Rd, Truro TR4 9AA
Mo Remembered

From Brian Seares
Sad news. I knew Mo Sparham very well. I first met Mo 1958. We were ground engineers at Field Aircraft Services (Hunting Clan). The triple bubble hangar was where terminal 4 now is at Heathrow. We worked on Vikings, DC 3, Viscount and DC6-B. We bought the last two DC 6B ever built, NA and NB. At that time Freddie Laker was equipping BUA with Britannia’s and recruiting F/E's. We did the exams and became F/E's .

From Phil Benson : I do remember Mo of course, my condolences to his family.

From Sally Simmonds : Very sorry to hear the news.

From Roger Warren : Yet another BCAL family member passes away, RIP MO

From Caron Phillips
: RIP and my condolences to his family and friends

From Fee Flee : So very sorry to hear. Fly Free Mo xx

From Marjorie Anglesea Jackson : Condolences to family and friends, RIP Mo.

From William (Bill) Newman.
Such sad news....I remember Mo very well, flying with him in the early DC10 days and latterly on the B747, always a pleasure. A great crew member, always warm and friendly, and I cannot picture him without his engaging smile and infectious giggle. A good man. Sincere condolences to his family and many friends. RIP Mo.




If you would like to leave a message in remembrance please drop me a line anytime at  BCalatribute@outlook.com



Condolences have also been extended by:

Dave Thaxter, Jim Will, Tina Harvey, Jenny Thomas, Christine Jegu, Kris Massie, Susie Douglas-Smith, Fran Cox, John Morgan, Mel Sanders, Riaz Butt, Lindsay Smith, Julie Nuttall, Peter Durran, Pat Cresswell


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