|Death: ||Jul. 7, 2005|
Killed in the London Bombings
Lee Patrick Baisden was an accountant with the London Fire Brigade and on his way from home in Romford, Essex, to work in Westminster when he was caught up in the bomb blast on the Circle Line between Liverpool Street and Aldgate. On July 7 he had left for work an hour later than usual.
He had worked there for 18 months and, to the delight of his widowed mother, Denise, who suffers from multiple sclerosis, seemed to be making a success of his new career. He was caring and considerate, especially towards his mother, regularly doing her shopping and walking the dog.
He had recently moved into a new flat, which he and his partner, Paul Groman, had begun to decorate. They had been planning to visit the Greek islands this summer. He was described as a shy, reserved person, but one who also loved to party and go out with friends.
Another friend said: "Lee is just a very personable, nice chap . . . and wouldn't hurt a fly."
Created by: Beth
Record added: Feb 13, 2006
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