Deaths

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Deaths


ATKINSON - LESLIE SWEETMAN, April 14, 2009. Passed away at Leighton Court Nursing Home, aged 82 years. Affectionate and devoted husband of Phyllis. Service and cremation on Thursday, April 23 at 11.30 am, at Landican Crematorium (North Chapel). Family flowers only please, donations in lieu of flowers may be sent to Clatterbridge Centre for Oncology c/o Charles Stephens Funeral Directors, Rock Ferry, Wirral, CH42 4QA. Tel: 0151 645 4396.

BENFIELD - HARRY, APRIL 13, 2009. ( Deep are the memories silently kept of a good friend I'll never forget.) - Love Sylvia x BENFIELD - HARRY, April 13, 2009. ( Dad, Not ever gone - just moved on, Love You.) - Daughter Karen and Jay, Granchildren and Great Grandchildren x BENFIELD - HARRY, April 13, 2009. ( Turning the pages of my life you are there on every line you made the light shine in the dark, made al l the bad things fine. I always put my trust in you for you could make the Grey skies Blue. Through the years you gave me love Sincere and True more than enough to Last My Whole Life through. When I come to were the sky meets the sea I know you'll be there waiting for Me.) - your Everloving Wife Babs xxx

PEARSON COLLINSON Funeral Directors, 24 hour service. Allerton 0151 722 1514. Hunts Cross 0151 448 0808.

YOUR LOCAL FUNERAL DIRECTOR: R McDougall Funeral Service, 213 Breck Road, Liverpool, L5 6PT. 0151 263 4380.

R McDougall Funeral Service, Sefton House, 39 Almonds Green, West Derby, Liverpool, L12 5HP.

0151 226 4433.

R.S.Cape, 18 South Road, Waterloo, Liverpool, L22 5PQ. 0151 928 3488..

BENFIELD - HARRY, April 13, 2009. ( Dad, you were robbed of so many precious years, this is not a goodbye - just freedom from your empty place. Our memories and love will stay forever.) - Brokenhearted Daughter Barbara, Grandchildren Claire, Paul, Shell and Ste.

( We w i l l l o o k f o r t h e brightest star and blow a great big kiss.) - Great Grandchildren Lydia, Bobby, Little Harry and Baby Mikey xxx.

BENFIELD - HARRY, April 13, 2009. ( Dad, you were simply the best you were always a fighter and you fought to the end. I am so very proud of you, love always.) - Julie and Keith xxx. ( Good night Grandad, hugs and kisses.) - Victoria xxx.

BENFIELD - HARRY, April 13, 2009. ( Dad you left us long ago. The pain I feel now is a blessing and a curse, But love is a power Greater than Death, Love Lives on.) - Steven BENFIELD - HARRY, April 1 3 , 2 0 0 9 . ( The l o n g goodbye is over Dad, what more can I say, I only wish with all my heart it didn't end this way, love you always.) - Brokenhearted Daughter Sue and Ste.

( Sleep peacefully Grandad.) - Love Stephen and Emily xx.

BENFIELD - HARRY, April 13, 2009. ( Dear Dad, You mean't the world to me, it broke my heart to see you suffer, but you fought till the end, I'm proud of you.) - Love Mark, Brenda and Children xxx BENFIELD - HARRY, April 13, 2009. ( Uncle Harry, always remembered, never forgotten. R. I. P.) - Colette and Family.

BLACKSTONE - MICHAEL, April 11, 2009. Peacefully at Marie Curie, aged 63 years. Reunited with brother Ronald and much loved Uncle to Shiela. Michael will be sadly missed by all his loving family and friends.

Funeral Service on Thursday April 23, at St. Anne's Church over Berry street. Followed by interment at Everton Cemetery. Michael will be resting at R McDougall Funeral Service, 213 Breck Road L5 6PT.

Tel: 0151 263 4380 where enquiries can be made.

BRADY - TERRY, April 4, 2009. Deepest sympathy to Michelle, Terry, Anne - Marie and Families. ( You will be sadly missed. R. I. P.) - Philip Kennedy, Alison and Family.

BURNS - HAROLD JAMES April 13, 2009. Suddenly, aged 68 years. " Our Dad" ( Special Angel up above, look down on your family with all your love, watch over us both day and night and guide us with your precious light.) - Loving sons Paul, David and daughter in law Clare xxx BURNS - HAROLD JAMES April 13, 2009.

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