Tribute To Nara (11-07-82 to 18-08-08)
                                                                













Tribute: Life of Nara Intha – written by Trevor Bide read by Norman Preston

NARA INTHA

Born Nakhon Sawan, Thailand 11th July 1982

Came to England in May 1992 to be with his mother, Lek and Step father Trevor.

Attended school at Parcroft Community Junior school and then on to Westfield Community
school in Yeovil.

‘’ He attended school in the very first few days without a word of English and still writing in
Thai‘’           

‘’ At Nara’s first school and during the early period we were called to school to answer why
whenever Nara saw a certain teacher called Mr Allinson he would run away as fast as he
could .
This was much puzzling to Mr Allinson who said he had never done nothing to Nara and in
fact never had him for any lessons.
On investigation at home we realised that Nara had never come across anyone with that
much facial hair before in Thailand and it really scared him.
This was explained to Mr Allinson who laughed, but understood.
All worked out well as a shave was not required on Mr Allinson’s behalf and Nara stopped
running.

On leaving school in the summer of 1998, Nara went on to further education in the form of
completing a 2 year level 1 and level 2 NVQ course in catering and hospitality at Yeovil
College.

In the summer of 2000 Nara joined up with the family business on two sides assisting in the
painting and decorating business and as a sous chef for Thai Gourmet Ltd to work along side
his mother providing genuine Thai food for special occasions.







                                                                  








Nara was also in popular demand with his grandfather who he worked with on many
occasions assisting in the building business.
‘’ Nara had a special bond with his grandfather and they shared many laughs together both in
work and social situations.

Nara went on to work in several fields before recently becoming employed by Silverline as a
warehouse operative, where he was very happy and in a tribute paid by the staff to him they
said he bought a lot of happiness in the short time he was there.
All worked out well as a shave was not required on Mr Allinson’s behalf and Nara stopped
running.

On leaving school in the summer of 1998, Nara went on to further education in the form of
completing a 2 year level 1 and level 2 NVQ course in catering and hospitality at Yeovil
College.

In the summer of 2000 Nara joined up with the family business on two sides assisting in the
painting and decorating business and as a sous chef for Thai Gourmet Ltd to work along side
his mother providing genuine Thai food for special occasions.

Nara was also in popular demand with his grandfather who he worked with on many
occasions assisting in the building business.
‘’ Nara had a special bond with his grandfather and they shared many laughs together both in
work and social situations.

There was a similar trait found in the sympathy cards and comments of most people’s tributes
to Nara





“Lovely chap’’
‘’Full of smiles’’
‘’Always had time for a laugh and a chat’’
‘’He was a credit’’
‘’A great lad’’
‘’A lovely cheerful bloke’’
‘’Cheerful and happy person’’
‘’Much loved by all’’
‘’Courteous young man’’
‘’Kind and Loving’’
‘’ A gentleman’’
‘’Respectful to his elders’’







Nara was a polite and happy boy with a heart of gold; he would not only have time for people,
but help out anyone without ever asking for anything in return.

Nara loved to have fun, but was not so fond of the serious stuff, if something was not fun he
would try to make it fun and if that failed you could be sure he would be doing his best not to
do it.

Nara loved cars whether real ones or the classic model cars that he collected, but his goal
was to get a real BMW.
Nara also enjoyed sketching and would often be drawing various cars.

The song ‘’ As long as you love me ‘’ by the Backstreet boys was a song he often sang at the
top of his voice.
He enjoyed giving and receiving love, he was both loving and loved in so many roles.

Nara was a loving son to Lek and Trevor always helping out with the family business
activities and very much a family boy.

A loving grandson to his grandmother and grandfather, he was forever helping out with things
that needed lifting in the garden or going down the shop to get things and general running
around.

‘’ His kind heart was shown again as his uncle passed away less than 2 months ago and it
caused great sadness to him, but the next day he took the biggest bouquet of flowers to his
grandmother who had lost her son and offered to look after her now’’

A loving brother to all his sisters Phawinee, Jennifer, Katrina and Isobel always chauffeuring
them around and making sure they got to and from their destinations safely, whether it was
collecting Jennifer from an evening out, collecting Phawinee and Katrina from work  or taking
and collecting the youngest Isobel to and from her friends parties.  He loved to take his
youngest sister Isobel to the pictures or to a restaurant as they shared so much loving time
together.
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