Patrick Touze

Calvin John Metcalfe

Tracey Stevens

Daniel Edward Matthews

Doris Burrell & Joe Burrell

Carol Juggins & Anthony Juggins

Chris Slavin

Stephen Seymour

Dorothy Gilbert

Peter Lane

Michael Horton

Shirley Smith

George Deakin

Maurice Smith

Ian McGregor, Margaret McGregor, Mary Flynn & Bridget Barrett

Sheila Elkington

Ted Hooker

Tony Baker

Richard Arden

Alan Thompson

Tom Nugent

Yvonne Bampton

Alan Williams

Keith Goodman

Paul Green

Geoff Smith

Tim Davies

Janet Dubber

Patrick Touze

From Miss Emma Touze

Merry Christmas Dad. Love and miss you all through the year xxx

Calvin John Metcalfe

From Mrs. Caroline Louise Metcalfe Hillman

Dad . Remembering you at Christmas and always in our hearts missed every day love all of us ❤

Tracey Stevens

From Mrs Hayley Gamblin

You will always be remembered but Christmas will never be the same without. You loved Christmas and we will continue to keep it a happy, fun and a lovely family day! Miss you always ❤️

Daniel Edward Matthews

From Mrs. Jeannette Cox

Forever in our hearts Dad, you are always in our thoughts xx

Doris Burrell & Joe Burrell

From Mrs. Sue Brown

Missing my mam and dad, as both passed away at Christmastime

Carol Juggins & Anthony Juggins

From Mrs. Jo Evans

you truly were the most caring💞kind💞funny💞loveable💞selfless Mum & Dad Grandma & Grandad us girls could ever wish for ….the angels came far to soon💫we miss you every single day 💞I truly hope your dancing with the angels 💫if love could of saved you…you would both be here forever 💞💫💞 forever young 💞keep us close always …until we meet again love all of us💞x

Chris Slavin

From Mr. Stuart Slater

Stephen Seymour

From Mrs. Sharon Seymour-Smalley

You are missed very much each and every day, and especially at Christmas and Birthdays.
Love and miss you millions Dad
Sharon, Adrian, Kyle, Kayleigh, keyley, Ashley, Sydnee and Lacie-Mae xxxxxxxxx

Dorothy Gilbert

From Mrs Sarah Hall

Christmas was always your time to bring our family together, I miss you mum

Peter Lane

From Mrs. Janis Smith

A great person, popular and friendly, loved by everyone especially his family
Will love and miss you always, sis and girlies

Michael Horton

From Miss Kerry Horton

Love you Dad ….miss you everyday
Xx

Shirley Smith

From Miss Julie Smith

We miss you so much mum forever in our hearts ❤

George Deakin

From Mrs. Jill Warcup

Dad missing you each and every day but especially at Christmas. Thank you for being my dad and always being there to help teach and guide me. Love you always xx

Maurice Smith

From Mrs. Louise Cheetham

Grandad,
You are so very missed.
Our lives are not the same.
We will forever cherish memories of you.
Until we meet again.
All our love forever.

Ian McGregor, Margaret McGregor, Mary Flynn & Bridget Barrett

From Mrs. Moira Scarborough

We are remembering my Grandad. An amazing trombone player in his day as well as a terrifically talented joiner. My Grandad was like a built in best friend. So funny, his smile and laugh just lit up the entire room. And I would always feel safe and secure whenever he was near, he just had a calming presence. He always reassured you that you would be fine and give you a big squeeze and you would instantly feel better. My grandad was so determined, this showed when he had a stroke when I was younger and he had to learn how to read, write and speak again and he did. He passed away two years ago now from falling on a rainy day and after all he had achieved recovering from those traumas, it left such a hole in our lives for him to be suddenly taken when he was so healthy. Our lives are definitely different without him as he was such a light and a joy. Everyone who met him says the same, he was just a force of nature. The best husband, father and grandad in the world.
We are also remembering my Granny (Grandad’s wife) unfortunately she passed when I was a baby so I didn’t get much time with her, which really upsets me but when I hear all the wonderful and also funny stories about her I truly feel like I know her so well. She was so kind, so creative, also a force of nature. She was very determined, she ran a restaurant whilst taking care of her family and just had so many feathers to her cap! She had an eye for detail. I wish I could have spent years on end with her, going around antique shops which she so dearly loved. She was a treasured wife, mother and Granny.
We are also remembering my Auntie Bridget. When my granny passed away Auntie Bridget sort of took on the role of Granny duties. And to this day , I can say she truly shaped who I am. She was so kind, so delicate, always fair. Auntie Bridget loved church and keeping her rosary beads close to her (which is something I like to do now because of her), everything in her home was perfect and beautiful. Some of the best memories of my childhood are school holidays at my Auntie Bridget’s. And walking through her front door and getting a whiff of her homemade chicken soup that she was cooking. Everyone who knew her, held a special place in their hearts for Auntie Bridget and that’s a fact. We miss her everyday.

And finally we are remembering my Granny Flynn (Auntie Bridget’s sister and my Mums Granny) she too passed when I was baby so I don’t have any memories with her and I so wish I did because of the stories I hear she was such a kind and wonderful person to know. I have one picture of her holding me when I was just born, I’m asleep in her lap and she is looking down at me just like an angel and she is so very gently holding my tiny hand with the tips of her fingers, the picture is so beautiful and special because although I never knew her that picture shows how much she loved me and how many memories we would have made together , the memories would have been wonderful. My mum describes her as so elegant and very much “a lady” and she was a huge part of my mum’s growing up, almost everyday they would see her, she was like a “second mum”. It just shows how treasured she was.

Sheila Elkington

From Miss Kate Elkington

Our first Christmas without Mum and it will feel very empty. Mum was always the life and soul of any gathering at Christmas and throughout the year and will be hugely missed. We will especially miss her delicious Christmas pudding! I’ll be raising a glass to Mum and hope she’ll be doing the same along with all her friends & family. Love always xxx

Ted Hooker

From Mrs. Karen Herbert

In memory of my lovely kind dad. Always there for me and my sister. Loved and missed every day xx

Tony Baker

From Mr. Tony Baker

You were like a son to me and a dearly loved member of the family.xxx

Richard Arden

From Mrs. Sarah Baker

To Dad

13 years gone by and we still miss you everyday. Keep shining, we love you always.
Xxxxx

Alan Thompson

From Miss Sophie Thompson

Merry Christmas Dad. The first one without you. I love you and miss you so so much!

Forever your little girl, Sophie xxxx

Tom Nugent

From Mrs. Claire Hewson

Well Tom another year has gone but not a day goes by wear we don’t say your name so merry Christmas Uncle Tom love from claire Joshua and also your lovely sister sue and husband Dave and we can not for get the little one you always talked about Mckenzie’s xxxxxxxxx

Yvonne Bampton

From Mr. Neville Bampton

Love you so much and miss you every second of every day. I wish I could just see you one more time to tell you how much I love you. X

Alan Williams

From Mrs Suzanne Williams

Always Remembered
Love Diane, Sue and Mandy

Keith Goodman

From Ms. Clare Goodman

In memory of our brother Keith, much missed and never forgotten. With thanks to St Barnabas for thier loving care.

Paul Green

From Mrs. Louise Green

Missing you so much my darling, love you so much.
All my love, Lucibelle xxxxx

Geoff Smith

From Mr. David Smith

My Dad passed away in 1997. He was an incredible man and a complete inspiration as he was also diabetic since he was 11. This never stopped him doing anything. He was a Scout leader for many years! Still miss him and love him loads. ❤️

Tim Davies

From Miss Helen Zealand

Tim was a friend to everyone, kind, gentle and nothing was too much trouble.
Tim attended Lincoln City Foundation ladies walking football matches, not only to support his wife Caz but to give a everyone present a reason to smile. From picnics to a supporting hug Tim was always there, taking photos, giving a full briefing on the matches via social media and making us laugh.
Tragically following a short battle with the c word, Tim was taken from us too soon.
Tim leaves behind a devastated family, especially wife Caz, and a very upset and confused daughter (aged 6), who does not really understand where or why her daddy was taken and cannot return.
Christmas will be hard for the whole family, but with the support of many people, will make it as best as we can for them, and never forget Tim.

Janet Dubber

From Mrs. Sally Perry

Remembering my beautiful mum who sadly passed away on 5.11.20.
Always in our hearts ❤
Missing you forever
Sally, Luke and Lucy xxx

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