Newspaper article Evening Gazette (Middlesbrough, England)

In Memoriam

Newspaper article Evening Gazette (Middlesbrough, England)

In Memoriam

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at Remember the one you love by placing a memoriam notice in the Evening Gazette to commemorate special anniversaries. Please note, we need your notice one day prior to publication date. For further details telephone 01642 252525 or visit our office on Borough Rd, M'bro or book on-line at BEGLEY Leo We, your family miss you, In the house where you used to be, We wanted so much to keep you But God willed it not to be.

Now you are in God's keeping, You suffer no more pain, So, dear God, take care of him, Until we meet again. Love from Margaret and all your family.

BEGLEY Leo We never will forget you, We'll never be apart, And all the special memories, We'll keep inside our hearts.

Catherine and David DAWSON Charlie A beautiful memory dearer than gold, Of a Dad and Grandad whose worth can never be told, There's a place in our hearts no one can fill, We miss you Dad and always will.

Lots of love from Valerie, Denise, Jeffrey and families. xxxxxx FINDLAY Yvonne (Nee Pearson) 11 years since you passed away, Think about you every day.

Loving sister Brenda.

HOPE Sid Love and miss you always. Shane, Andrea, Callum and Natasha. xx HOPE Sid Only ever a thought away. Love and miss you Grandad. Amy, Jimbo, Steph, Sid and Jayden. xx JENKINSON Joan Time may change many things, But not the memories this day brings, Today is not a good day, It tears my heart apart, Because five years ago today, You died and broke my heart, Although you are not with me, It's every day I find, That one way or another, You're back there in my mind, It might be our favourite love song, And at once my mind is stirred, Back to happier moments, The two of us shared, You were everything in life to me, My wife and my best friend, And although you had to leave me, Our love will never end.

Good night, God bless. From your loving husband Sonny. xxx McFARLANE Brian November 30, 2007 Two long and lonely years Brian.

Though I smile and seem carefree, No one misses you more than me. …

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