Michael Perham, British Anglican prelate, Died at 69


Michael Francis Perham was born on November 8, 1947, and died on April 17, 2017.

He was a British Anglican bishop.

Perham served as the Bishop of Gloucester in the Church of England, from 2004 to 2014.

Perham attended Hardye’s School, Dorchester before going to Keble College, Oxford in 1971 to study theology.

Perham also studied theology at Cuddesdon College (now Ripon College Cuddesdon) where he later served as chair of the board of governors.

He continued as president of the Alcuin Club and as vice-president of Women and the Church.

Alison Grove was his wife, a palliative care consultant.

Together they had had four adult daughters: Rachel, Anna, Sarah and Mary.

Perham listed one of his hobbies as writing liturgical texts.

Michael Perham passed away at 69 years.