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14 Responses

  1. Vinay Kumar Vinay Kumar says:

    Sorry to hear but I wish you and your family good health. See you in Birmingham.

  2. Hi Old friend ,
    I am so sorry to hear this, but I have been telling you that youi work too hard for a few years now. Please give my regards to your family and enjoy your now retirement. Do not act like me and return because you miss the companionship, stay resolute.


  3. Sue Mobsby Sue Mobsby says:

    O Abby – you will be so missed. But it is completely understandable that family comes first. Thank you for all you have done over so many years. Always a true gentleman in both senses of the word!

  4. Dionne Curd Dionne Curd says:

    Abby I will soooooooo….miss you…you have been such an inspiration and encouragement since day one and wont forget the love and support you have poured into my training and development, up to this point.
    I wish you all the very best for the future
    god bless you

  5. Paul Booth Paul Booth says:

    Thank you, Abby for your unstinting service over so many years. Your commitment and passion has been second to none. I wish you peace and good health for you and your family.

  6. Tony Godfrey Tony Godfrey says:

    Abby, you can look back at the extraordinary improvements to the Association and our welfare that you have contributed to over the years. Your flawless management of our team at the 2012 Olympics is one of the highlights not to be forgotten. I look forward to seeing you again at this year’s All England.

  7. Sorry to hear that Abby. Hope all goes well in the future for you and your family.

  8. John Miskin John Miskin says:

    You will be sorely missed. Many thanks for all the help and advice that you have given me. Bless you and your family.

  9. Janet Smith Janet Smith says:

    You have done a brilliant job, Abby. Best wishes for a happy retirement.

  10. Dear Abby, Thank you so much for everything you have done for us. My thoughts are with you and your family xxxx

  11. Dear Abby
    I wish you and your family well for the future, and thank you for your support for the Association in general, but personal support in particular.
    You were the one who gave me the chance to start my Line Judging career, I will always be grateful for that, for giving me the opportunity to meet some lovely people and be involved in something that I really enjoy – thank you and good luck

  12. I will miss you Abby. You have been a wonderful support to me over many years. Take care and love and best wishes to your family xxx

  13. Dear Abby,

    You are an absolute legend and a real credit to Badminton England!
    You have conducted yourself par excellence that can only be emulated by others; never surpassed. Thank you for your encouragement and support over the years! Fantastic memories during the 2011 World Championships followed by the London 2012 Olympics – Wonderful memories walking along the Embankment; being entertained during matches. I will cherish the pictures taken together.
    Take care and best wishes to you and your family.

  14. Abby Kumar Abby Kumar says:

    Dear friends, thank you so much for all the lovely messages. I can’t tell you how much they mean to me. Over the many years that I have been involved in officiating, it is the friendships I that I have made that I treasure most. Seeing my friends is always the most enjoyable part of attending an event. I will follow the Association’s progress closely and I wish it the very best for the future.
    To all my dear friends, good luck, good health and enjoy the game!