Innings ends for Tim
Feb 20 2008 by Andrew Hirst, Huddersfield Daily Examiner
A WELL-known Huddersfield accountant and sportsman has died aged just 55.
Tim Sugden had been suffering from a brain tumour since last summer and died at Kirkwood Hospice on Saturday.
After graduating from University College Durham with an economics degree he joined Armitage and Norton in Huddersfield to study accountancy.
He qualified as a chartered accountant in May 1978 and later joined John Waddingtons in Leeds. He moved back to Huddersfield to join Sellers Engineering in 1980, rising quickly to become financial director and then managing director.
Mr Sugden was president of the Huddersfield Society of Chartered Accountants in 2006/7.
He was a member of Armitage Bridge Cricket Club for 33 years.
Mr Sugden leaves a widow, Tracy, and three sons Richard, Sam and Thomas.
His funeral will be tomorrow at Holy Trinity Church, Trinity Street, Huddersfield, at 10.30am.