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Mr Lipkin will be joined by operating theatre technicians Adrian Shaw and Gordon Evans.
Operating theatre technician Tony Morris, 64, of nearby Hove, said he had wasted more than pounds 200 taking his family to the concert.
She met her husband-to-be, a hospital anaesthetist, when working as a hospital operating theatre technician, went on to become a secretary, then a full-time charity fundraiser.
Former chief operating theatre technician Bill Nicklin, 61, who lives in Stockingford, is chairman of the new forum, which has already drawn up a questionnaire for outpatients and looked at problems created by people under the influence of drink or drugs who have been taken to the George Eliot's accident and emergency department.
Operating theatre technician Ray Bristow, who served with the trio, said: "There was a group of four of us from out there who kept in touch.
A team of seven surgeons and operating theatre technicians from Edgbaston's Queen Elizabeth Hospital and Birmingham Children's Hospital gave up their own holiday time to fly to Trinidad and give the gift of life.
Operating theatre technician Kevin Murphy, 27, was found dead in a car with a specialist needle in his arm and drugs, normally used by anaesthetists, nearby, an inquest heard.
The firm could not supply the glass she really wanted Maree, an operating theatre technician, was told by the surveyor called to measure up: "That glass is no longer available.