Deaths

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Deaths


ALBROW Bob Passed away peacefully on June 3, 2009, aged 94 years. Dear husband of Gwen (deceased), dearly loved father of Jacky and much loved gramps of Steven, Emma and Roos, and great grandpa of Megan and Lucy. Funeral Service to take place at Cannon Hill Chapel, Canley Crematorium on Monday, June 15 at 10.30 a.m. Family flowers only, donations, if desired, for W.N.A.A (Air Ambulance) c/o A.J. Lloyd Funeral Directors, 38, Wallace Road, Keresley, Coventry, CV6 2LX.

Tel. 024 7633 1900.

BYRNE Val Very fond memories we hold. You will be missed.

- Stuart and Sally..

BYRNE Veronica (Val) Irreplaceable mother of Shirley, Pamela, Noeleen, Doreen, Susan and Barbara. Beloved nan to Zowie, Benson, Pia, Kaleigh, Robert, Claire, Anton, Darrion, Mariah, Ethan, Jessica, Drew and Haise. Great nan to Shawna-K and Shawnia. A wonderful mother-in-law to Stuart, Richard, Danny, Dean, Steve and Peter. Taken from us suddenly on May 30th 2009, leaving us broken hearted and forever empty. We did not get a chance to say goodbye and can't believe you're gone.

Reception into St Mary's RC Church Raglan Street on Sunday June 14th at 7.00 p.m. Requiem mass on Monday June 15th at 9.30 a.m. Followed by cremation at Canley Charter Chapel at 10.45 a.m. Floral tributes c/o The Co-operative Funeral Service, 11 Lower Holyhead Road, Coventry, CV1 3AX.

Tel: 02476 225826

CHAMPION Mary Forever in my thoughts Bab. Love always Mam xx CHAMPION Mary You are not alone Bab because my heart will always be with you and I will be walking by your side forever more.

Lin and Tom xx..

CHAMPION Mary Aunty Fairy you will be sadly missed and always in our hearts. Little Fairy, Dean, Aaron and James xxxx CHAMPION Mary Aunty Mary, we will miss you every single day, you will always have a special place in our hearts. Love from Laura and Paul.

COLLINS Brian Passed away on May 29th 2009. Devoted husband to June, loving father to Chris, Mark, Sue and Sarah. Proud grandfather to Lewis, Emily, Dean and Adam.

Funeral Service to take place on Tuesday June 16th at Canley Crematorium, Charter Chapel at 11.30 a.m.

Close family flowers only but donations if desired to 'Crossroads c/o Grimmett and Timms, 118 Albany Road, Earlsdon, Coventry, CV5 6NG.

Tel 02476 674746 COLTMAN Jean Lilian (nee Elks) Much loved daughter of Lily and the late Frank, mother of Michael and Victoria and sister of Frank. Passed away after a short illness at home in Bishops Cleeve on March 27th 2009 aged 66 years.

HEARN Douglas Your hobbies were many: music, art, cathedrals, windmills, sports, philosophy and traveling. …

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