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Graham was a quiet and gentle man, who was always there for everyone he loved.
Husband, Dad, Grandad, Brother, Uncle, Friend.
He was funny, calming, strong and made us all feel safe. We miss him everyday x
Deceased: 24 Nov 2013
Our dad was taken from us when he was only 58. He was strong, kind and loving. He loved music, making things and anything to do with the sea. He was exceedingly fond of a strategy game and a pint or two at his local. I adored him, and I miss him to this day. Mountbatten cared for dad on the In-Patient Unit, and I will be forever grateful for the care he received. A comfortable and dignified death is all anyone could ask for, and thanks to Mountbatten, dad died peacefully with family by his side.
19 Jan 1941 - 17 Aug 1999
He was the most loving caring husband and father. Kind, thoughtful and witty.
Had a fantastic sense of humour. Always laughing. Had the most beautiful smile
Nothing was ever too much trouble.
I will miss him so much.
24 May 1947 - 08 Feb 2022
Grace was a Mother, Grandmother and Great-Grandmother, who was affectionately known as Granny Grace by her Grandchildren and Great-Grandchildren. To her family, friends and new acquaintances, she was always warm, friendly and often made us laugh with her witty humour. Grace usually had a packed diary full of mostly social events, and, when she was well, spent her time at Church, with her British Korean Veteran friends, her school friends, the North Baddesley Historical Society and luncheon clubs
21 Jan 1936 - 27 Mar 2022
Robbie was our Dad, but he was also a son, a brother, a grandad, an uncle and a friend. He was very much loved by all of his close friends and his family, he will be remembered for his sense of humour, and how he loved to make people laugh, for always being willing to help anybody, and also for his kind and caring nature
23 Nov 1936 - 14 Feb 2022
In memory of Amy ♡
Sister - in - law
And Also a very special Aunty to her 5 Niece's .
Amy meant the world to us all. We are finding it very hard to accept she is no longer with us 💔
Amy was smart, funny, intelligent, And had a smile that lit up the room.
Amy tackled some problems through life, but no matter what, she pushed through it. She was so brave and so strong throughout her cancer treatment. Amy was an inspiration to others when she was also fight
14 Jul 1988 - 19 Jan 2022
On the 17th February 2022, the world got a little darker and a lot quieter when we lost our much loved son, brother, uncle and friend to many - Tom.
Tom was diagnosed with stage 4 bowel cancer in September 2020 at just 37 years old. Throughout his 15 month battle, he never once complained about the hand he was dealt - "it is what it is mate".
As the cancer spread through his body at a rapid rate, it went to his brain and shortly after to his spine which left him paralysed from the chest do
22 Jul 1983 - 17 Feb 2022
Taken far too soon, the most amazing man I had the privilege to call my partner for 12 years, hard working, never complained even when times got tough....
29 Dec 1967 - 23 Jan 2019