It with great sadness we mark the passing of Huw Tudor
Huw established the successful Estate Agency private practice ‘Huw Tudor - Auctioneer, Surveyor and Valuer’ in 1968 and was renowned for his professional approach for the business. He always kept the business at the cutting edge with the use of the latest technologies.
He was supported in the business by his wife Gaynor, and daughter Anna who worked in the business for 26 years.
The philosophy of professionalism is continued through to the next two generations in the family business: with his son Stephen also a Chartered Surveyor, and grand-daughter Catrin.
Huw was a Fellow of the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors and was awarded a lifetime achievement award in 2008 for recognition in the surveying profession. Huw was an appointed member of the Committee for Wales of the National Trust, a nominated member of the Snowdonia National Park Authority for several years, and a member of the property committee of the Council for World Mission. He also contributed as a Valuer Member of the Rent Assessment Committee for Wales.
He took an active role in the community being the founder Chairman of the Pwllheli Round Table, President of Pwllheli Rotary Club, Chairman of the Llyn and Pwllheli Harbour Users Association and Chairman of Porth Pwllheli, a focus group and driving force behind the establishment of the Marina at Pwllheli.
Huw was a Magistrate in the Courts of North Wales for many years until his retirement.
Huw was most proud of the fact that he was an Elder in The Presbyterian Church of Wales and a secretary of the Presbytery property committee for a period of over 40 years.
Huw had great pride and fondness in his family, business, sailing and religion.
The funeral is at Capel y Drindod Pwllheli at 1pm, Wednesday 22nd March, then at Denio Cemetery, and all then welcomed to a funeral tea at Plas Heli.