Sergeant Sturgess Death, Obituary – We are deeply sorry to be the ones to break the news to you, but we have to tell you that Sergeant Perry “Pez” Sturgess of the RAF Regiment has died. He will be sorely missed by everyone. We want the Pez family to know that they are in our thoughts and prayers as they go through this indescribably trying time, and we also want them to know that we are supporting them in this way.
Please keep the Pez family in your thoughts and prayers. During the entirety of his service at RAF Odiham, Pez was an esteemed member of the RAF Regiment and a valuable asset to the base. It is appropriate for him to feel pleased of himself. Because he was such a remarkable teacher at the Force Protection Training Flight (FPTF), everyone who worked there had a great deal of respect and admiration for him.
Additionally, the team valued him highly for the contributions he made to the group. According to Flight Lieutenant Tim Green, who is the Operations Commander of the Forward Presence Task Force (FPTF), having the opportunity to serve with Perry was both a tremendous honor and a wonderful experience.
Pez’s influence could be felt throughout the entirety of the Station since he maintained a high degree of professionalism and dedication. It is difficult to accurately convey the effects that this tragedy has had on everyone. The ripples are still being felt today.
When I make the comment that our immediate thoughts are with him and his family at this time, the rest of the Flight agrees with me and expresses their condolences. To him and his family, our instant thoughts and prayers go out.
After offering his deepest condolences to Sgt. Sturgess’s family, the Squadron Commander continued by saying the following: “Sgt. Sturgess was fully deserving of his promotion which he gained while he was in post at RAF Odiham, and a real team player.
He had a one-of-a-kind personality and will be lovingly remembered for a very long time by everyone who worked at the Station; everyone will miss him.